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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 2014 5 Grow your own backyard paradise in By MELINDA MYERS Create a backyard escape with the help of container gar- dens. Whether you're .look- ing for a visit to the desert, an English garden or tropi- cal paradise, a few planters can help create the mood. Reduce your workload and increase your enjoy- ment with a bit of planning and proper planting. Select a container with drainage holes and one that mimics the color and feel of the location you are trying to recreate. Use troughs, stone or other containers made from neutral colors when growing succulents. The container should complement, but not over- power the simple'beauty of the desert, plants. Keep things warm and natural ~vhen going for a more tropical feel. Wicker, bamboo and other natural material:s work well with the English cottage setting. Set them on your patio, steps or in the gar- den to create a focal point. Keep your plants looking lush fofiage and vibrant'col- ors of t~opical plants. Add a few terra cotta, Succulents stacked in troughs or pots can metal and basket type con- create a desert type feel in the landscape. tainer~ when creating an Se.nior Citizens good throughout the season with tile proper planting mix. Look for potting mixes with good drain- Center age and water holding abilities, news like Schultz Potting Soil Plus Bfy LIBBY KNECHTELIEMSC (schultz.com). Check the label as some mixes contain enough fer- ' Hi Everyone! ~' I feel so terrible! I thought tilizer to last the entire season and ~or sure I included all of our fabu- water-retaining crystals to reduce ~ous merchants when I gave the need to water. ,/thanks for all of their help for our Use a cactus mix that pro- Father's Day Party. I just found vides the perfect growing condi- tions for cacti and succulents. out I left out Gold Hill Outpost, Kranberry's, E1 Charro & The potting mix should retain the moisture and nutrients the plants Michael's Barber Shop! I am so need, while providing the excel- sorry! Believe me, this was an lent drainage that is a must for over site and won't happen again. Washburn to compete with NHS Rodeo Team Braiden Washburn, (above left) a 10th grade student at Animas High School, has earned a position on the New Mexico state Na- tional High School rodeo team and will be traveling to Rock Springs, Wyoming, July 13-19, 2014 to compete at the 66th Annual National High School Finals Rodeo (NHSFR). He will compete in the team roping competition with his partner, Derek Runyan, from Silver City, NM. After a year of competing at high school rodeos through- out the state, they earned their position on the team by winning the state team roping title at the finals in Lovington, NM. Braiden is the son of Owen andTriciaWashburn of Animas, NM. Courtesy photo pot these plants. Plant any orchids added to your backyard tropical paradise in a potting mix designed for these plants. Use an orchid mix that has excellent drain- age and aeration, yet retains the moisture and nutrients these beauties need to thrive. Check your planters daily and water thoroughly whenever the top few inches of soil are crumbly and slightly moist. Allow cacti and succulents to go a bit drier. Mulch the soil in tropi- cal, herb, vegetable and an- nual container gardens. Spread a thin layer of shred- ded leaves, evergreen needles or twice shredded bark over the soil surface. Use fine pebbles for cacti and succulents that like things hot and dry. And don't forget about garden accents. A wattle fence and arbor of twigs and branches work well for an English garden setting, while a water feature can enhance a tropical paradise themed garden, and some southwest garden art can com- plete the desert scene you're go- ing for. So start your vacation this year with a trip to the garden center. Invest in a few contain- ers, the right potting mix and plants. Then plant your way to the retreat of your dreams. Gardening expert, TV/radio host, author ~ columnist Melinda Myers has more than 30 years of horticulture experi- ence and has written over 20 gardening books, including Can't Miss Small Space Gar- dening and the Midwest Gardener's Handbook. She hosts The Great Courses "How to Grow Anything" DVD series and the nationally syndicated Melinda's Garden Moment seg- ments. Myers is also a colum- nist and contributing editor for Birds & Blooms magazine. Myers' web site, www.melindamyers.com, offers gardening videos and tips. Los Sabores de Mi Familia/The Flavors of My Family book SPIRIT of Hidalgo is seek- ing submissions for a new recipe book that will be published this fall. This book will feature reci- pes that include foods that are native to Hidalgo County and the southwest. Those who sub- mit a recipe for this book will not only be asked for the ingre- dients and directions of how to prepare them, they will be asked to submit a short explanation of how this recipe reflects the cul- ture, traditions, and/or history of their family. Pictures illus- trating that connection are en- couraged, as well. Submissions can be sent to hidalgospirit @ yahoo.corn or mailed to P O Box 107, Lordsburg, NM 88045. The book will be available in time for Christmas 2014. For more information, call Christy Ortiz at 520-507-0455. The l"t place winner for lhe 2014 Gila Classic was the Griffin Propane Team, (Johnnie Sanchez, AI Moreno James Maestas and John Maestas - pictured above), GRMC hosts 2014 Gila Classic Golf Tournament Submitted by GRMC/Silver City ways the Foundation has used the reau Team (David De La Torre, The Gila Regional Medical funds in the past was to assist in Vince De La Torre, Doug Odell Center's (GRMC) Foundation the purchased a New Ambulance, and Chris Odell) and 3rd Place had its 2014 Gila Classic Satur- the construction of the Cancer went to the Town of Silver City day, June 14. The day was beau- Center and Billy Casper Wellness Team (Peter Penn, Richard Perales, tiful and 19 te~ims came out to Center and to help put in a new Buzz Perales and Roman play some, golf, have some fun Helipad. The Gila Classic is the Madrid). The winner of the Fur- and raise some money to help primary fundraiser to raise money GRMC. Every year the hospital for the Hospital. thest Drive was Eric Chavez and budgets for new equipment, butThe P' place winner for the the Closest to the Hole was Tony not every need can be filled for 2014 Gila Classic was the Griffin Ferruccio . All had a great time every department. The GRMC Propane Team, (Johnnie Sanchez, and closed with a fantastic lunch Foundation, through the Wish AI Moreno James Maestas and of Pork Carnitas provided by List, identifies and prioritizes John Maestas), 2"d Place was held Morrison Foods, the Meal Spon- those areas of need. Some of the by the Big O Tire and Farm Bu- soy for the event. urg children not to handle wild animals, make sure pets are vaccinated Submitted by NM DEPT OF "The City of Albuquerque contact areas thoroughly with HEALTH~Santa Fe can respond to reports of sick or soap and water. The New Mexico Depart-dead wildlife, and in some cases Contact a healthcare ment of Health and the City of will investigate possible disease, provider immediately for evalu- Albuquerque Environmental Citizens of Albuquerque can con- ation. The Department of Health Department announced , tact 311 to file a report," said Dr. Health is available to providers today two bats from the South Mark DiMenna with the City of for consultation about rabies 24/ Valley of Albuquerque have Albuquerque's Environmental7 at (505) 827-0006. tested positive for rabies in the Health Department. "This helps Call the local animal last two weeks. The bats were to prevent the community from control department to report the tested at the Department's Scien- being exposed to dangerous ill- incident and provide the depart- tific Laboratory Division. hess like rabies, and also pro- merit with an accurate descrip- The most recent bat tested vides our public health staff with tion of the animal. positive June 3'd and had been an idea of the prevalence of Try to keep the animal found crawling on a woman's bare wildlife diseases." confined, but don't risk further foot before she kicked it away. The following guidelines injury if the animal is danger- She will be receiving a series of can help protect you and your ous. vaccinations to prevent her from family from rabies: Keep children away developing rabies. Stay away from wild from all animals involved in the "Rabies is fatal in humans, or unfamiliar animals. Do not incident but if you have been exposed to attempt to feed, approach, or For more information about a rabid animal, it can be pry- touch wild animals (alive or rabies visit the Department of vented by vaccination." said De- dead). Teach this importantHealth's website at http:// partment of Health Cabinet Sec- message to your children and archive.nmhealth.org/ERD/ retary Retta Ward, MPH. "We keep a close eye on your kids at HealthData/rabies.shtml want to make sure that people are all times. aware that wildlife, such as abat If you see a sick or Elks to host Mud on the ground, should be avoided dead wild animal or a wild ani- as they could be carrying dis- mal acting abnormally, report it ill || II IIII eases." to your local animal control votleyDatt Children should be re- authorities. Rabid animals may minded that they should never show no fear of people and may'" ~yT"urn""~,y'u"' 4th touch a bat and that they should even seem friendly or become always report any bat exposures aggressive. The Lordsburg Elks Lodge to their parents immediately: Keep pets on a leash at will host a 4th of July Mud Vol- "In New Mexico, bats, all times. Pets should be up to leyball Tournament. Cost is $50 skunks and foxes are reservoirs, date on rabies vaccinations and per team and all entrants will re- for rabies and can transmit rabies wearing current license tags on ceive a t-shirt. First and second to people, pets, livestock or other their collar. If your cat or dog place teams will receive trophies/ wild animals," said Dr. Paul has been bitten or scratched, call medals. Ettestad, public health veterinar- your pet's veterinarian, even if A food sale will be held in ian with the department. "We urge the wound is minor, conjunction with the holiday everyone to vaccinate their pets If you are bitten orevent. and livestock against rabies; vac- scratched by a wild animal or a For more info, or to pre-reg- cination is one of the most effec- pet, the Department of Health ister, contact Glenda Greene at tive public health tools we have recommends the following 575-639-2484 or Maria Sanchez to prevent humans from beingguidelines: at 575-654-3870 or email exposed to rabies." - Wash all wounds and dairygreene@hotmail.com This is what we have in stock ri ht now. These arc NEW in the box GLOCK PISTOLS: G19 9mm $450; G22 Gen4 40cal $480; G36 45cal compact $490 Remington 700 243 w/Scope $369 Ruger 10/22 w/Lazer and 100 rounds ,22s $325 ,*- Hossberg 715 Tactical w/Adjustable Stock 22 LR (Looks like AR15) Comes with 100 Rounds of .22s $349 Bushmaster AR!5.223 w/Red Dot Scope S865.99 SPECtAL PRICE--S765.99 USG SAR Semi Auto t2 Ga Shotgun (Home Defense) Pistol Grip Stock S420 Ruger Hodel LC9 9 i',tM Semi Auto Pistol with lasen Retail $685, SALE! $585 "* S&W .22 auto pistol. Comes with Two Boxes of ,22 Ammo. $290 EAA Witness Protection, 40SW cal., semi-auto pistol with light raii, lifetime guarantee--retail $511--SALE $460! ,r som, HIDALGO YOUTH RODEO ASSOCIATION 2014 Summer Series Hidalgo County Fairgrounds-Lordsburg, NM Tuesday, June *7 @ Thursday, July lO @ Saturday July @ (Sponsor Appreciation fun Sunday, July Cowboy Church Rodeo @ 9:oo AM Thursday, July 31 @ 6:oo PM Thursday, August 7 @ 6:oo PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 9:00 AM events addedl) @ 8:00 AM Open to all youth through 18 yrs. old as of June 17 4 age groups: 0-5, 6-9, m-13, 14-18 Great year end awards for everyonel!! Events: 0-5 leadline, barrels, poles, flag race, goat tying, dummy roping, team roping, breakaway roping, tie down roping, step down roping, double mugging, steer stopping, and chute dogging. $35 single membership/$50 family membership $15 per gymkhana (stock events will add stock charge) For more information, contact Kay Peterson kaypeterson@wildblue.net or 575-436-2611 Pry-entries are We Goldhill Outpost 1000 Birchfield Street * Lordsburg, NM 575-542-8865 We are right next to l_x)ve's Truck Stop is now also a 5ig Sauer 357 cal. semi automatic $500 Ruger P94.9mm semi automatic $375 Ruger Super Black Hawk semi automatic 44 mag Revolver $225 We Buy Used Guns! do transfers for $20 New Inventory coming soon!