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4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 2010 Pictured from left to right: front row are Shay Bjorkman, Britney Pena, Daniel Acosta, Carly Rico, Jason Gallegos and Lynne Click; second row are Kelly Arellin, Katie Hoolan, Jessie Diaz, Manuel Juare, Joel TreJo, Lionel Desiderio and Lewis Movish; third row are Patrick Mosley, Sammy Lopez, David Holguin, Randy Silva, Jason Carrillo and Michael Mann; back row are Albert Ortega, Jeremy McDonald, Jake Morales, Israel Valdez, Craig Ryan, Aaron Salazar and Adan Jacquez. Not pictured • is Emmanuel Salazar. WNMU students graduate from Police Academy Deming, Gallup, Santa Clara, Si- combined with the police certifi- By ABE VILLARREAL/WNMU Marking the largest class in a decade, 27 students graduated from the Police Academy at West- ern New Mexico University. The students are now eli- gible to take the New Mexico police officer certification exam. Many of the students are al- ready employed by law enforce- ment agencies in Silver City, erra County and Grant County. WNMU is the only four-year university in New Mexico to host a police academy. The 22-week program covers several training areas including patrol proce- dures, criminal investigations and legal issues. Thre degree programs are cation training including the As- sociate of Science in Criminal Justice, the Bachelor of Applied Science in Criminal Justice and the Bachelor of Applied Science in Forestry/Wildlife. The application process for the 2011 class begins in August. Interested• applicants can apply Applications available for Fall 2010 Family Cancer Retreat in September WHAT A CHILD LEARNS ABOUT VIOLENCE A CHILD LEARNS FOR LIFE. that the University would receive $125,000 to help expand its digi- tal communications program. "I want to develop a major film program, a major film indus- try for WNMU students," said Richardson. Allocated from the Governor's media fund, the money will help WNMU estab- ,dish a film technology training program that will focus on the post and pre-production areas of filming. Richardson stated that Submitted by CANCER SER- VICES NM Cancer Services of New Mexico's Fall 2010 Family Can- cer Retreat will be held Septem= ber 24-26, 2010, at the Lifeway Glorieta Conference Center in Glorieta, NM (18 miles from Santa re). This free, three-day educational program will pro- vide New Mexico's adult can- cer patients/survivors and their loved ones with the tools arid information they need to man- age the treatment and recovery process. Over 250 people from more than 100 New Mexican • familLes coping with cancer are expected to participate, making. this the largest general cancer education program in NM and the largest program of its type in the U.S. The program will combine discussions and lectures by many of New Mexico's leading cancer specialists with fun ac- tivities that provide a break from the day-to-day challenges of liv- ing with cancer. Planned edu- offered at WNMU that can be online at Gov. Richardson allocates $125,000 to WNMU to establish film training program By ABE VILLARREAL/WNMU 14,000 students are already en- certificate and associate degree Ryan Stoops Governor Bill Richardson rolled infilmtrainingprograms . program in Digital Media Com- Stoops iS visited Western New Mexico Uni- in colleges and. universities munications. Courses in Adobe versity Thursday to announce throughout New Mexico. Creative Suite programs like The School of Applied Tech- nology is implementing the new program in the second summer session, which begins July 5. Linda Thompson, Director of Instruction and Innovative Pro- grams, is developing the program for WNMU. "This additional funding will provide us with equipment necessary to focus on pre-produc- tion skills and training fo r the technical side of film produc- tion," said Thompson. WNMU currently offers a [  Hidalgo County Learning Center: By BECKY ESTRADAISenior Program Manager The following two classes have been added to the fall schedule for the Hidalgo Learning Center: DVSW-101 Developmental Writing I Tuesday 5:30 - 8:15 DVSW-102 Developmental Writing II Wed 6-8:45 p.m. There will be GED testing at the Hidalgo Learning Center on July 19 and 20. Candidates will need to come by the office at 520 W. 2 "+ Street to register two weeks before testing dates. Two forms of ID and $75 for the battery of tests must be brought in before you can be registered. For further information call 575-542-3315 or 519-0306. There is still time to register and apply for financial aid for fall ' 2010 classes. You may come by the office on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays to pick up a FASFA form for financial aid and our computer lab may be used to submit your FASFA. A. Community Open House will be held on June 30 form 5-9 p.m. Please come by and see your new center. There will be information on financial aid, the registration process and courses offered. Refresh- Photoshop, Dreamweaver, After Affects and Illustrator as well as Digital Film Editing and Audio Production are offered. Summer NMYCA Lunch Menu Monday, June .28 Ham & Cheese Sandwich Tossed Salad Chips Fruit Cup Milk' Tuesday, June 29 Chicken Patty on a Bun Tossed Salad Potato Wedges Applesauce Cup Milk Wednesday, June 30 Meat & Cheese Burrito Corn on the Cob Grapes Milk Thursday, July 1 Cheeseburger Fries Lettuce, Tomato, Pickles Cantaloupe Milk Friday, July 2 Pizza Garden Salad w/Dressing Pear Milk graduate Ryan Stoops, 17, has graduated with honors from the New Mexico Youth Challenge Academy ' in Roswell, New Mexico. ' " ' ' ' St0opSl  of Lofdsbu'rg' t- tended the 22 Y2 week alterna- tive high school from January through June, 2010. He finished the course in the top three of his class, earning a $I000 schol- arship to Eastern New Mexico University, where he plans to study mechanics. While at the NMYCA, Stoops, a Sr. Cadet, earned col- lege credits in CPR, First Aid, EMT and Fire Training. He volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, Hike It & Spike It, Toss No Mas, Customer Service and Latrine Sanitation. In ad- dition to earning his GED, Stoops took the ACT and ASVAB tests.' He is the son of Amanda Fitzherbert and Ron Fitzherbert. His grandparents are Kathy Denton, Alvin Mueller, Judy Fitzherbert and Norma Robertson. Thomas Guerra [ Attorney At Law 117 East Spruce'Street Deming, New Mexico 88030 ments will be served. 81570 AZt.k I ELBROCK WATER SYSTEMS, LLC Genera/Contractors *Pump & Windmill repair & installation *Septic Systems serviced & installed *Metal Building construction *Roofing & Concrete work West Highway 9 Edward Elbrock PO Box 50 575-548-2429 Animas, NM 88020 Cell 575-538-1812 We now accept Mastercard & Visa (575) 546-3298 (575) 546-5938 € Carpet € Commercial ,'R Stucco € Tile  Residential € Cement Work +t Roofing t Block Work Fences - DRILUNG, LLC - ' I, BROCK .ih. J We now P.O. 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Participants will also have the opportunity to spend time with each other in informal sessions, speaking with and learning from others who are coping with similar is- sues. Supervised child care and recreational activities will be provided for children and teens during the educational sessions. There is no charge to par- ticipate in the retreat - the en- tire program, including meals, lodging, and all educational ac- tivities is provided at no cost to participants. +This program is made possible by many gener- ous supporters, including: the NM Department of Health, United Way of Central New Mexico, the Northern NM Health Grant Group, Amgen, Biogen Idec, Celgene Corpora- Millennium Pharmaceuticals, OSI Pharmaceuticals, sanofi- aventis, ImClone Systems, Graphic Connection, The Printer's Press, Sprint, and Walmart. Space is limited, so inter- ested families are encouraged to apply as early as possible. For more information or to request an application packet, please contact Mike Capeless at (505) 239-4239 or go to www.CancerServicesNM .org. About Cancer Services of New Mexico (CSNM) Formed in 2001, Cancer Services of New Mexico is an independent, non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that pro- vides services to reduce cancer suffering for New Mexican families. We work closely with other cancer services providers to ensure coordination and avoid duplication of effort. We are' the only statewide non- profit organization that looks broadly at addressing gaps in cancer-related services while' maintaining a 100% focus on New Mexico. tion, Ethicon Endg-Surgery, [$0.thweet APes Fishing Re [ ....... P ........... Gila River - The flow is at 95 cfs. Some upper fiver sections are fair, but the heat has slowed the fishing in the lower areas. Fly fishermen report that Willow Creek is good. Rio Grande - The flow is 2,480 cfs below Elephant Butte Dam. Although the water is high and muddy, there are reports of wall- eye being caught on white bombers. Bill Evans Lake: Winter trout waters - Fishing is slow for all species. Caballo Lake - Whitg bass are reported as good from the bank with minnows and trolling with plugs or white plastics. Walleye are good trolling Wally Divers, white plastics, minnows or worms. Catfish are fair at night with worms or shrimp on trotlines. Crap- pie are good to excellent with worms and jigs. Elephant :Butte',tke u White bass a6 reported, as fair,t0 good :itollig gaSSy shrillS )atidstill fishing;WithshiriefL Smalimouth qtnd ,largemouth ,basg, are, fair; with,White bombers anti shiners. Walleye are slow using shiners and jigs. Crappie arereported as fair with jigs and minnows. Striped bass are slow trolling shiners at 20 feel Catfish are good at the north end of the lake with shrimp. Glenwood Ponds -Trout are slow. Salmon eggs or worms are your best bets. Lake Roberts - Fishing is slow for rainbows and bass, Catfish are good with chicken liver and worms. Quemado Lake - Trout are slow to fair with orange or peach Power Bait work/rig best. Tiger muskies are fair to good with spinners or corn. No reports on any large enough to keep. Snow Lake - No report. We Love & Miss You! Quality BODY & PAINT Insurance Claims * FREE Estimates Expert Color Match Fiberglass Repair 8ufling Detailing All Makes, All Models • (including motorc.ycle} Lou Montenegro Wabash Street (across from McDonald's) Lordsburg, NM 88045, Call 57§-741-0791 A,T, DISPOSAL, INC, For +.'our Residential & Commercial needs P0 Box 177 Lordsburg, NM 88045 Phone: 575-542-8708 Fax: 575-542-8706 ail: atdisposalinc SEPTIC TANK SERVICES [] Septic Tank Installation I Septic Tank Pumping &Inspections [] Portable Toilet Rentals & Service [] Septic Tank Treatment Products Elbr0ck Water Systems, LLC BONDED & INSURED 575-548-2429 NM LIC. #81570-MS03 575-557-2291 AZ LIC..#I94466-K-80