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4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY. JUNE 5. 2009 Characters from The Monkey and The Alligator are introduced. Alligator bites Chirnpey the monkey, First graders present three plays The first grade students in Mrs. Gandara's class put on three plays to end the school year. Mrs. Gandara and Ms. Garcia want to thank the students for an overall lovely year.They hope these talented actors have an , enjoyable summer. Courtesy photos Submitted by ABE VILLARREALIWNMU Playwriting, Chicano stud- ies, and self-defense are just three of the unique summer courses that will be offered at Western New Mexico University (WNMU) through two summer sessions. Summer Session I courses begin June 1, 2009 and WNMU Scholar in Residence Dr. Felipe Ortego is ready for his role as in- structor with his class Playwriting (Theatre 336/580). Available to both undergraduates and gradu- ates~ the one-month course fo- cuses on the analysis of writing in the play form, reading dramatic literature, and the development of a scene by each student. Ortega has more than 100 stage roles to his credit. An award-winning playwright, he co- authored Elsinore, a musical ad- aptation of Hamlet. Ortego also wrote Madre del Sol~Mother of Sun, which has been staged in several American cities, and Mexico. Director of numerous l~lays, Ortego has also appeared in a number of movies including the 1998 film Dancer, Texas. Other Summer Session I courses available are Microbiol- ogy, Web Production, and History of America's National Parks. ,The second Summer Session begins July 6, 2009 with offer- ings including Intro to Chicano Studies (CCHS 253). The course provides a basic understanding of the historical, social, and cultural context of Mexican Americans. Also taught by Ortego, the Chicano Studies course will cover the Chicano movement of the last four decades. Ortego is Summer Lunch Program Menu Monday, june 8 Hot Pockets Garden Salad w/Dressing Apple Milk Tuesday, June 9 Turkey Ham & Cheese Sandwich Lettuce, Tomato Chips Fruit Cup Milk Wednesday, June 10 Chicken Nuggets Potato Wedges Sliced Bread Oraiige Milk Thursday, June 11 Hamburger Fries Lettuce, Tomato, Pickles Strawberries Milk Friday, June 12 Pizza Garden Salad w/Dressing Fruit Cup Milk unique summec courses considered the founder of Chicano literary history having taught the first course on the sub- ject in the country (1969). Summer Session II courses also include Beginning Spanish. Graphic Design Software, and Public Speaking. Available to students any- where, WNMU is also offering several online courses including Ps~,chopathology, International Business, and Homeland Secu- rity. Registration for summer courses is available at www.wnmu.edu . Hatch; Moore receive Tobosa Belles' 2009 scholarships Submitted by BETSY CABRALITobosa Belles The Tobosa Belles, Hidalgo County chapter, are pleased to an- nounce the 2009 scholarship awards. Jaci Lyn Hatch and Chea L. Moore, both Animas High School graduates, were the recipients. Congratulations, ladies. We are proud of you. WNMU to offer Information Assurance Risk Analysis course Submitted by ABE VILLARREALIWNMU Students at Western New Mexico University will have a unique opportunity of earning a federally recognized certifica- tion in information assurance risk analysis this summer. Instructed by Dr. J.A. "Drew" Hamilton, a visiting professor from Auburn Univer- sity and son of New Mexico State Representative Dianne Hamilton, the course begins June 5, 2009 and runs through the duration of Summer Session I. The course, Information Risk Analysis (CMPS 480/580), is the first of its kind at WNMU and across the country. Recently designed by Hamilton, it will be awarded a curriculum award from the National Security Agency in June. Distinguishing it from other courses of its kind. stu- dents in different disciplines can enroll in the computer-based course. Objectives include un- derstanding why risk analysis is important in information assur- ance. learning practical experi- ence in performing risk analy- sis on a computer network, and improving research skills. Computer systems affecting nearly all workplaces, Informa- tion Assurance knowledge is useful in most jobs. Jobster.com lists more than 32,000 career- related entries. Hamilton is at WNMU on a grant from the National Sci- ence Foundation. A 1975 Sil- ver High School graduate, he graduated from Navy War Col- lege and earned a Ph.D. in Com- puter Science from Texas A&M University. His daughter cur- rently attends WNMU. For more information on the course, please call the Math and Computer Science Depart- ment at 575-538-6788 or emait Located in Silver City, New Mexico. Western New Mexico University has served the people of the state of New Mexico and its surrounding ar- eas as a comprehensive, regional, rural, public coeducational uni- versity since 1893 and caters to a student body-diverse in age, culture, language, and ethnic background. ion underway for 4-H Day 4-H Day Camp will be held July 6-10 from 8:30 a.m. to noon at the James H. Baxter Civic Ceri- ter in Lordsburg. The 4-H Day Camp is open to youth ages 5-12. Children will participate in. arts, crafts, activi~ ties and games in several subject areas including sports fishing, gardening, nutrition, leather craft, scrap booking, t-shirt decorating and lots more. There is a $5 registration fee which will cover all camp mate- rials. Participants will need to bring a plain T-shirt to decorate. 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