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8 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD , , FRIDAY, JUNE' 18, 2010 Placing a classified ad in the Hidalgo County Herald is easy! Simply stop in at 212 E. Motel Drive, Suite B, in Lordsburg, or drop us a line at the same address. Ads may also be called in to 575-542-8705 or e-mailed to A 25-word classifiedad will only cost you $5.00. Any additional words will be 5 each, HELPWANTED PRAYER HELPWANTED LEGAL NOTICE REAL ESTATE FOR RENT YARD SALE: Saturday, June 19~ at 8 AM to 11 AM. 95 Sotol Street. New Baby Bassinette, white w/baskets HOME FOR SALE IN ANIMAS: Newly $35, "Pooh" High Chair $15 and remodeled 4 bedroom, 2 full bath mo- Walker $10, Stroller $15, Complete bile home on 2 1/2 acres. New win- Crib/Toddler Bedding, all excellent dows as well as other improvements, condition. For more information call pellet stove w/1 ton pellets, 24x24 542-3753. Please leave message, shop, chicken pen w/ laying box, ltp fenced garden area, porches, horse ........................... -" ................ corral, well w/great drinking water. YARD SALE: Friday & Saturday, June Asking $ 62,000 negotiable, would 18 & 19 at 410 E. 'B' Street, 7 AM to ??? Clothesl shoes, baked items, consider owner financing on ap- misc. Proceeds to benefit Zion Baca, proved credit. Call 575-534-5298. who is battling cancer, jl 1/18c ltp ......................................... L-. ............................................ LAND FOR SALE: 4 10-acre tracts YARD SALE: June 18, 2010, 8:00 AM of unimproved, unrestricted land on - ?? 512 North Gold Street (Julia Munroe Road. $25,000 each. Call Jacquez). Burritos for sale also! Smith Real Estate, Agent HenryTorres ltp at 575-538-5373. tfnc EIIos le respondieron cree en el se- nor Jesucristo y seras salvo del costigo del pecado tu y tu familia. Hechos 16:31 JJ ltp REVELATIONS 16-15 Behold, I come as a thief. Blessed is he that watcheth and keepeth his garments, lest he walk naked, and they see his SHAME. J4/jy2p HOUSE FOR RENT: 2 BR, 1 Bath at 1528 S. Animas St. Chainlink fence around property. Available the 21st of June. $500.00 per month. Call 575- 542-9663. 'ltp FOR RENT: Spanish Arms'Apart- ments is now accepting applications for rentals. Call 575-436-2574 or 575- 741-0846. tfnc FOR RENT: Small 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Den House. Large back yard. Ideal for single or couple with one child. Perfect foF Border Patrol. $400 per month, $200 deposit. Year lease re- quired. Call 818-530-6377. ffnc REAL ESTATE FOR SALE HOUSE FOR SALE: 4 BR, 2 Bath, double size living room, dining area, large fenced yard, new energy effi- cient roof. Great Family Home. Lo- cated near school and stores. 712 Shakespeare, Lordsburg, NM. Fixer Upper $85,000 OBO. Call 575-574- 7947 or 575-313-7492. J4/25pcc HOUSE FOR SALE: 2 BR, 1 Bath. All new kitchen cabinets, plumbing, lami- nated floors, carpet in bedrooms, in- terior and exterior paint, remodeled bathroom. 209 E. 7th Street in Lordsburg. $65,000 OBO. Call 575- 574-2257. tfnc Hidalgo County Fair Board is seeking a group interested in manning the gates at the 2010 Hidalgo County Fair. Fair gate committee expectations: Group or organization wishing to ful- fill the obligation of manning the gate should meet the following minimum expectations: Have workers at each of the two gates the following hours: Thursday, August 26 5:00 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.; Friday, August 27 6:30 a.m.- 8:30 p.m.; Saturday, August 23~ 6:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Be ableto supply an ad- equate number (2-3) of workers for all shifts, and guarantee that those workers be adults. Under no circum- stances will allow children or teenag- ers to man the gate. Work cooperatively with members of the Hidalgo County Fair board. Agree to meet Fair Board rep- resentative after gate closing time each day to turn in daily proceeds. Group or organization se- lected to man the gate will receive 10% of the total gate proceeds, less any related expenses. Fair Board re- serves the right to reduce the % if the job is not adequa, tely performed, If interested please contact Tammy Pompeo at 575.534.5010 or mt m @vt .n t to acquire an Application for Consideration. ffnc ......... , .................................. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT ENERGY MANAGEMENT SPEClAUST The Hidalgo County Board of Com- missioners is accepting applicati6ns for the position Of Energy Manage- ment Specialist. Minimum require- ments: Bachelor's degree, or four years experience in engineering, ar- chitecture, renewable energy, effi- ciency and green building design. Position is grant funded: Employment contingent on funding availability. Applications and job description avail- able at the Hidalgo County Manager' Office, 300 Shakespeare, Lordsburg, NM 88045. For more information call 575-542-9428. Position open until filled. EOE. J18c The Hidalgo County Sheriffs Office is seeking applications for the position of a FullTime Dispatcher. Applica- tions may be picked up and returned to the Communication Center at 305 Pyramid Street. Applicants should be proficient with computers, have pro- ficient typing skills and the ability to multi task is a priority. The applica- tions will be accepted until the posi- tions are filled. HCSO is an equal opportunity employer. J 18/25c WHAT A CHILD LEARNS ABOUT VIOLENCE A CHILD LEARNS FOR LIFE. evo Valedon--- g~o partments for 1 & 2 Bedroom Available starting at $499/lO 8/15/10 All New Appliances included! For more information contact Randy Norrick at portal-Rodeo Realty 575-557-2242 SUNSHINE HAVEN at LORDSBURG At Sunshine Haven, you'll not only make a living, you'll make a differ- ence. We believe that our parents have earned their position in life.They have cared for us for a lifetime. Now we have the opportunity to return the love and attention each has unselfishly given. Sunshine Haven is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of each our residents by treating him or her as a member of our family. We have opportunities at Sunshine Haven for individuals interested in working in Long-Term Care.tWe are searching for: Full-Time and/or Part-Time RNs & Full-Time and/or Part-Time CNAs & Medical Records Apply in person or email gwhitaker @ 603 Hadeco Drive Lordsburg, NM 88045 575-542-3539 tfnc NOTICE OF REQUEST OF PROPOSALS Qualifications-based competitive sealed proposals for professional engineering services will be received by the Contracting Agency, GLEN ACRES WATER CO-OP, for RFP No.2010-01. The Contracting Agency is request- ing proposals for professional engi- neering services for Glen Acres Wa- ter Co-op Facilities in Hidalgo County, New Mexico. Glen Acres Water Co- op as Incorporated could seek fund- ing from any and all available sources including, but limited to: New Mexico Finance Authority Planning Grant, U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Utility Service grant/loan, and other Local, State or Federal Funds as Acquired Project No. 2010-01. Sealed Proposals will be received at 118 Lee Trevino Dr, Lordsburg, New Mexico 88045 until, July 01,2010 at 5:00 p.m. Packets must include no less than seven copies of the pro- posal. Copies of the Request for Proposals can be obtained in person from Tommy or Tracv Chavez at 118 Lee ~, Lordsburg, New Mexico or will be mailed upon written or telephone request at (505) 469-5919 or 505- 469-0198. Purchasing Agent: Glen Acres Wa- ter Co-op Date: 06/15/2010 J 18/25c LEGAL NOTICE The Annual Meeting of the Southwest ,New Mexico Council of Govemments will be held Thursday, June 24, 2010, 9:00 a.m. at the Bayard Community Center, 209 Hurley Avenue, Bayard, New Mexico, in'the board room. A closed session may be called dur- ing the Annual Meeting, pursuant to NMSA 1978 10-15(H). If you are an individual with a disability who needs a reader, amplifier, qualified sign lan- guage interpreter or any other form of auxiliary aid or service to attend or participate in the meeting, please con- tact the Council of Governments of- fice at 1203 North Hudson, Silver City, New Mexico or call 388-1509 at least one week prior to the meeting. An agenda may be obtained at 1203 North Hudson (Town of Silver City Annex, 2nd floor) in Silver City or by calling (575) 388-1509. All members are urged to attend. The meeting is open and the public is invited to at- tend. Jovita G. Gonzales, Chair J18c .......................................... .~. PUBLIC NOTICE Lodger's Tax requests are now being accepted for fiscal year 2010-2011. Please submit your requests to the Office of the Mayor, 409 Wabash Street, Lordsburg, NM 88045. Dead- line is June 18, 2010. /s/Frank M. Rodriguez Laynee Kuenstler, third from left, does well at Nationals. Laynee Kuenstler attends National FFA competition in City, OK Editor's Note: Laynee Kuenstler and has vast experience in the against 184 other contestants is the daughter of 1988 LHS judging programs. Laynee only from across the U.S. graduate Bud Kuenstler and the dropped 18 points and finished Homesite is a practical judg- granddaughter of Hidalgo individually in a tie for 13~ place, ing test involving soil texture, County residents Harold and She stated that it was a great way slope , erosion, permeability of Linda Kuenstler to end her senior year and that the soil. The student must take There is no greater combina- she gave alot of credit to the com- all of this into consideration and don than the energy of youth and bination of Nate Wolf and Willard calculate recommendations for the wisdom of experience. Hot Hall. Taysha also a senior has been foundations and substructures of Springs FFA program has found a a mainstay in Hot Springs FFA buildings as well as limitations way~ to harness this tandem, in judging program is the current on septic and sewer systems and new teacher Nate Wolf who had Chapter Vice-President and a past gardens and landscape on the never been to a national judging 4-H State President. She stated grounds for homeowners. competition and Willard Hall that she was amazed when they Upon his arrival back home who may have been at the first called out their name for National Willard commented that he had National Land and Pasture and Champions and was excited now shown the new kid how to Range judging and is recognized about the way friends and family train a championship team. around the country for his exper- came out to support them with a Nate's swift reply was that he tise in training Land Judging parade. She had an outstanding would like a few more years of teams. Somehow this;has re- competition dropping only 26help and training before he flies mained a fairly v~ell kept secret points and finishing in 25~ place solo. as not a lot of people are aware locally of Willard's fame and re- spect at the National Judging Level. Eleven qualifying teams from 1976 to 2000, 5'h and 7th place finishes in 1995 and 1996 a third place in 1997, second place finishes in 1998 and 2001 and 2002 and two National Championships in 2000 and 2006 and another in 2010 in Homesite. Many people thought that Nate Wolf's energetic partici- pation in all phases of his Ag pro- gram would eventually pay divi- dends, but one dreamed that he would bring home a National Championship in his first year as the head of Hot Springs Ag pro- gram. But this story is really only partially about a team of energy and experience and more about four young high school students that worked hard to prepare for the ultimate contest at the Na- tional level in Oklahoma City, OK. Anchored by two seniors Laynee Kuenstler and Taysha Ham, along with a rising star jun- ior Michelle Shivers and solid backup from sophomore Arliss Chavez, Hot Springs Homesite judging team left for Oklahoma May 2nd , 2010 to compete with over 50 teams from all over America. The team competed at the district level and placed 1st and was 4th at the state level. They had high hopes as they headed for Oklahoma. Laynee a senior, is the current Chapter FFA president, and was 2"d at the State Judging contest in Las Cruces, Mayor J4/18c i , ad ptive nts 1 Mexico needed in N -it Submitted by CYFD will do best in a family where she Becoming a foster or adop- can be the youngest or only child, tive parent can make a huge dif- where she can continue counsel- ference in the life of a child, ing, and where she is allowed and Join us for an information encouraged to continue to have meetifig to be held this month life-long contact with all 6f her of February in your area. Please younger siblings as that is very call Ronny Diaz, CYFD Foster important to her. She takes pride & Adoptive Parent Recruiter at in being in charge of a family but (575) 434-5950 ext. 121 for needs help to remember that she is a child herself. Domonica ver- more information or visit us on balizes her desire to have a fam- 7. the web at Se ily, and she would be a dynamite Habla Espanol addition to yours! Her forever Foster or Adopt a family will have ongoing support, from professional staff available New Mexico Youth to help with the transition and de- velopment of a lasting relation- ship. For further information about this child, please contact Camille Scarcella, CYFD Adop- tion Consultant, at camille.scarcella @ or 505-827-7450 ext. 1032 (phone For general information on how you can become a foster/adoptive par- ent with the Chil- dren, Youth and Families Depart- ment, please call 1- 800-432-2075 or v i s i t I Domonica Age: 13 Grade: 7th Domonica is ready to per- form her latest ballet dance for you, and you will be amazed at her talent. She also enjoys family outings and swimming. Domonica appears "shy at first and takes her time to warm up, but once she gains trust, she is extremely loyal and giving. Domonica works hard in school and benefits from extra Domonica support from the staff when needed. Domonica REAL WESTCINEMA M0n-Thurs 1:30 6:30 9:15 M0n-Thurs l:30 6:30 9:15 Fri-Sun 1:00 4:00 6:30 9:15 Fri-Sun h00 3:30 6:15 9:00 Coming Soon: Eclipse (6/30) & Killers (6/25) Friday & Saturday, June 18 & 19 410 E. 'B' Street * Lordsburg 7 AM to ??? Clothes, shoes, baked items, misc. Procceds to benefit Zion Baca, who is VISIT COLORADO, GET A FREE HAT! Order yours at COLORADO.COM and pick it up when you visit any Official Colorado Welcome Center. LAND CALLED L.,OLORADO LF N L N Kung-Fu, Kempo, Bo and Jo $20/Month 205-207 S. Shakespeare Street L0rdsburg, NM email deagh P0 Box 520 * Lordsburg, NM 88045 ri'r1 "tttllt li l|lllinllllllTlllf |Jllilili. f, ! . t ' II , ,I, alll, , +t!, i ~l, ll'[ /I, I lllllnlll .