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2 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 2010 iii Gabriel Hernandez andTyke Kipp in theTeam Roping event. Tyke Kipp advan to National High School Rod Finals in Gillette, WY Courtesy information tional High School Rodeo Finals The New Mexico State High to be held July 18-24, 2010 in School Rodeo Championships Gillette, Wyoming. were held June 10=13, 2010 in Tyke Kipp from Lordsburg, Clovis, New Mexico. Three cow- New Mexico, is a Junior attend- boys represented Hidalgo ing Animas High School. He County, Channing Moore, competed in all the rodeos for the Gabriel Hernandez and Tyke school year 2009-2010 and com- Kipp. After two semesters of ex- peted in the State Finals and fin- citing rodeo action the finals nar- ished the year off winning the title rowed each event down to the top of being the 2010 New Mexico four cowboys and cowgirls in State All - Around Cowboy with each event. These top athletes will an accumulation of 398 points, represent New Mexico in the Na- he won a saddle and buckle. He Tyke Kipp took 4th overall inthe Saddle Bronc category. also finished the year winning the title of 2010 New Mexico State Bareback Champion, which he won a saddle for that title. Add- ing to those titles he won the Sportsmanship award. His' other year end placings were 4th in the Saddle Bronc riding, and 4th in the Steer Wrestling. Gabriel Hernandez and Tyke finished the year end 5th in the team roping. "They went into the short go tied for 4th place with Cody Runyan and Cade Passig. It was a very exciting finish. For the State Finals rodeo Tyke won a buckle and title for being the All - Around Cowboy and Bareback Champion. Tyke will represent Hidalg6 County and Animas High School at the National Finals Rodeo in Bareback Riding, SaddleBronc Riding and Steer Wrestling. Other qualifiers from the area are Ethan Shelley, Cliff, New Mexico. He finished 2nd in the State in the Calf Roping and 2rid and 3rd split in the State for Team Roping with his partner Reno Eddy. Cody Runyan, Cliff, New Mexico was 2010 New Mexico State Calf Roping Champion and was 4th in the State for Team Rop- ing wi~ his partner Cade Passig. Jordan Noe from Magdelena, New Mexico placed 4th in the GQat Tying Event. Bingaman advocates for NM cattle ranchers Courtesy submission U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman is working to open up export markets" to New Mexico cattle ranchers. Bingaman was a cosponsor of a Senate-passed resolution that seeks to open up greater .ppor- tnnities for New Mexico beef ex- ports, which is a major part of our state's agricultural economy. In 2008, the last year that data are available, sales of beef cattle in New Mexico were $1 billion. "Cattle ranching is not only a major part of our state's cultural identity, it's also the backbone of our economy. My goal is to find ways to expand New Mexico cattle ranchers' opportunities to export," Bingaman said. In 2008 the American beef industry had a value of $76 bil- lion, while only 7.1 percent of beef production was exported; it was roughly 10 percent in 2003. Specifically, the resolution calls on seven countries that im- posed unfair restrictions against U.S. beef exports to reopen Vietnam were valued at about their markets to American ex- $3.3 billon; this revenue has de- ports. The restrictions were based clined sharply since 2004. on the discovery of bovine "American cattle producers spongiform encephalopathy, or grow some of the best beef in the mad cow disease, in one Cana- world, yet they have been unfairly dian-born cow. No traces of the blocked from exporting into disease were ever found in Ameri- these important markets," can-born cattle. Before the cur- Bingaman said. "It's time for the rent restrictions U.S. beef exports United States to press its case on to China, Japan, Hong Kong, Tai- behalf of ranchers in New Mexico wan, South Korea, Mexico, and and across the West." Senior izens Cancer Resource Lending Library available to residents Lunch Menu Monday, June 21 Fidelos con Carne Salad/Dressing Mixed Vegetables Flour Tortilla/Margarine Orange/Pineapple Mix Tuesday, June 22 Sour Cream Enchilada Spanish Rice Green Beans Green Chile Salsa Fruit Cocktail Oatmeal Cookie Wednesday, June 23 Salisbury Steak Mashed Potatoes/Gravy Spinach WW R011/Margarine Tropical Fruit Salad Thursday, June 24 Chicken Adovado Pinto Beans Country Blend Vegetables Flour Tortillas Jell-O/Fruit Friday, June 25 Roast Beef Scalloped Potatoes Green Salad :~ Biscuit/Margarine Chocolate Chip Cookies By TAMMY HOPKINSIHCHC Coordinator Hidalgo County recently set up its own Cancer Resource Lend- ing Library, which is housed at HMS. Available through this library are numerous cancer prevention and treatment books, cookbooks, brochures, videos, resource directories, and CDs. Brochures are free for the taking, where as all others may be checked out. The Health Consortium has also collaborated with the Una Mano Amiga Program, which offers a helping hand to navigate the health care system. Una Mano Amiga, translated as the helping hand, offers trained guides to patients, families, and caregivers to help them navi- gate the many health care systems and support services needed dur- ing the cancer journey. Trained patient navigators link those dealing with cancer to needed programs and resources. Packets are available through the Health Consortium to help you get started with this pro- gram, and are free of charge. For a packet or information, please call: (575)313-3348 or email hidalgohealth@gmail.com. In addition to the library and Navigator program, Hidalgo County also has an online survivor support group for anyone who has had cancer, who is living through cancer or any other disease, or who is a caregiver to someone with an illness. The suport group leader is PLTC (People Living Through Cancer) trained. PLTC strives to bring together those who understand the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual repercussions of cancer. Our programs and services help people face the challenges of cancer, obtain support from others in similar situations, and provide information and resources regarding various cancer issues. With supportive programs, PLTC is dedicated to helping improve the quality of life for cancer patients, family mem- bers, and caregivers as they cope with the various phases of cancer, including diagnosis, treatment, and life-after-cancer concerns. Though much of this group is dedicated to the support of cancer patients, it is open to all survivors or caregivers of any type of dis= ease. If you have any questions regarding this group, would like to sign up for informational emails, or would just like to chat regarding your diagnosis, please email the fo!,!owing: hidalgosurvivotsgroup @ yahoo.com. [t i; Ii II ii i- t: The Amedcon Cancer Society 569,490 Americans are expected to die of cancer this year. th " t ~0 June 8th -19th, 6pm-6am LIFE Ill Because cancer never sleeps, Short Park ,oftball Fi id Lord burg 0 i: J $~afis~s ~ ~,~w,can.~er .q Cancer Facts ~;, F~ur~ 2010 t - "i