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4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD i FRIDAY, JULY 9, 2010 Naomi Philhour, Kristian DeLaO, Cody McCants and Candelario Mendoza, top readers, pose with their medals and prizes for the Lordsburg Hidalgo Summer Reading Program, Bugs, Bugs, Books & Bugs wraps up at Lordsburg Hidalgo Library Bugs, Bugs, Books & Bugs, the Lordsbtirg-Hidalgo Library's Summer Reading Program, con- cluded with a star-studded awards program and some very happy prize winners.. There were 1,749 books read during the four-week program, vhich included 368 hours, 32 minutes of reading time logged by the young readers. Bug books and extra credit bug projects were all turned in and recognized during the reader competition. Following are the winners: Overall Grand Champion in all categories: Girl--Naomi Philhour Boy--Kristian DeLaO Most Books Read--Cody McCants and Madison Miller Most Books Read Runner Ups--McKay Bernal and Camille Miller Most Time Spent Reading-- Candalario Mendoza and Mia Bernal Most Time Spent Reading Run- ner Ups--Deven DeLaO and Brooklyn Kempton Grade Level Winners: Preschool Boys--Preston Miller, Austin Cole, Zeke DeLaO, Matthew Sells, Joshua Sells Preschool Girls--Sofia Rivera, Overall Winners: Naomi Philhour and Kristian DeLaO 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000 O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O , O O O O O 0 Foster & Adoptive Parents Needed in New Mexicol 0 0 0 0 O MAKE A bZFFERENCE IN THE LIFE OF A CHZLb O O 13 D O O Become a foster or adoptive parent. Find out how! O Join us for aninformation meeting to be held this month of June in your area. Please call Ronny Diaz, CYFD Foster & Adoptive Parent 13 Recruiter at (575) 434.5950 ext. 121. **Se Habla Espanol** 13 O 13 O Visit us on the web at www.c'fd.org O O 0 0 O "0 13 0 O 0000130000000000013000000130000000000000000 Emily Kempton, Micaha Martinez, Clea Kerr, Kayleen Kempton lt Grade--Nathan, Kempton and Amanda Liu 2 "d Grade--George Philhour and Danica Salazar 3 rd Grade--McKenna Hendrix 4 th Grade--Brandon Saenz 5 th Grade--Destinee Ramirez Special Awards: Most Extra Credit--McKay Bernal, Mia Bernal and Cody McCants Helpers: Madison Miller, Mireya Saenz, Ismael Talavera, Jonathon Saucedo and Brandon Garcia Game Winners: Bug Brain Stretchers--Naomi, Philhour Bugs in a Jar--Mireya Saenz and Leo Kerr Ants on Your Pants Team-- Ishmael Talavera, Anita Longoria, Layo Mendoza, Jose Caldera, Seline Saenz Summer Lunch Menu Monday, July 12 Ham & Cheese Sandwich Tossed Salad Chips Fruit Cup Milk Tuesday, July 13 Chicken Patty on a Bun Tossed Salad Potato Wedges Applesauce Cup Milk Wednesday, July 14 Meat & Cheese Burrito Corn on the Cob Grapes Milk Thursday, July 15 Cheeseburger Fries Lettuce, Tomato, Pickles Cantaloupe Milk Friday, July 16 Pizza Garden Salad w/Dressing Pear Milk Hidalgo County Fair Queen & Princess Contest ,,,,=,......., entry forms available Courtesy submission The Annual Hidalgo County Fair is just around the corner. The theme for this year's fair is "Cel- ebrating Our Youth!" The first event that kicks off fair festivi- ties is the Hidalgo County Fair Princess and Queen Contest. The contest is hosted by the Omega Alpha Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International and is sched- uled for Friday, August 20 'h at 7 p.m. at the Animas High School Auditorium. All young ladies from the ages of 3 through 21 who reside in or attend school in Hidalgo County are eligible to participate. We are calling all young la- dies from the communities of Animas, Cotton City, Hachita, Lordsburg, Red Rock, Rodeo, Virden and all parts in between to join in this special event! The Fair Princesses and Queen assist with fair activities throughout the weekend and the search is on for the young individuals who will serve as 2010 Hidalgo County Fair Royalty! Entry forms are available by contacting Sheila Massey at 575-. 548-2420 or email at masseyfarm@vtc.net. Forms are also available by calling the Hidalgo County Extension office in Lordsburg at 575-542-929l. July 31 is the deadline for entry in the parade as well as be on forms to reach Sheila Massey. hand to assist fair officials in Massey stated "We would presenting awards for the vari- like to encourage young ladies ous fair events. Prizes donated from all,areas of the county to by generous community busi- participate in this event." Con- nesses will be awarded to the test categories, include the fol- contest winners." lowing: Little Miss, ages 3 Again, we invite the public through 5; three Princess cat- to come out and enjoy the fes- egories for ages, 6 through 9, tivities. Help make this 2010 10 through 12, and 13 through Hidalgo County Fair Queen & 15; and the Queen category for Princess Contest one that will ages 16 through 21. Massey an- be long remembered. For more nounced, "The top winner in information about the contest, each category will reign over all contact Sheila Massey. fair activities. They will ride Rural Bookmobil. = West to visit .Hidalgo county The New Mexico State Library Rural Bookmobile West will be visiting Hidalgo County and surrounding areas on the following dates: Thursday, July 15, August 12 and September 16 Rodeo Grocery/Cafr-2:00 - 2:45 Animas Post Office-3:15 - 3:45 Hachita Food Mart-4:30 - 5:30 Rural Bookmobile West serves Catron, Cibola, Grant, Hidalgo, McKinley, Sierra, Socorro and Valencia Counties. The program is funded in part with a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services which administers the Library Services and Technology Act. The bookmobile Vehicles are purchased with funding appropriated by the New Mexico state legislature. Funds contributed by several counties support the book budget. NM Magazine offers prizes, prestige in annual photo contest AZUc# Submitted by NM DEPT of TOUR- ISMISanta Fe Prestige and prizes await amateur photographers entering the 10th annual New Mexico Magazine Photo Contest, co- sponsored by Eloquent Light Photography Workshops, LLC. of Santa Fe. The grand prize winner will receive a workshop from Elo- quent Light Photography Work- shops, valued at $1,679, as well as six-nights lodging at The Lodge at Santa Fe. "We're thrilled to be build- ing on this successful tradition," said Ethel Hess, Publisher of New Mexico Magazine. More than 350 photographers entered ap- proximatelY 1,500 images in last year's contest. ;'With entrants from across New Mexico and the nation, the contest not only high- lights the legacy of New Mexico photography, but also celebrates the land and people we love." Co-sPonsor Eloquent Light Photography Workshops is the brainchild of photographer/in- structor Craig Varjabedian, known for. his book, "Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby" (UNM Press), which is the 2010 winner of the Western Heritage Award for Outstanding Photogra- phy Book, awarded by the Na- tional Cowboy and Western Heri- tage Museum in Oklahoma City. Additional prizes include gift certificates, software and equip- ment packages courtesy of Lowepro, Alien Skin Software, Manfrotto Distribution, ColorRight, X-rite, West Coast Imaging, Foliolink, the Lodge at Santa Fe, OnOne Software and University of New Mexico Press. The top three photos in each of six categories, plus some hon- orable mentions, will' be featured in the January 2011 issue of New Mexico Magazine. A slideshow of all winners and more will be on view at www.nmmagazine.0m throughout 2011. Winners will be juried by Craig Varjabedian, director of the Eloquent Light Photography Workshops; Fabian West, art di- rector of New Mexico Magazine; and David Halpern, photogra- pher, author, teacher, and 1 l-time National Parks Artist-in-Resi- dence. The decisions of the judges' decision are final. The deadline for submis- sions is September 27, 2010. For rules and entry forms visit: Iwww.nmmagazirA.comlimgs/ e x 1 u  i v  / nmm photocontestmles2010.pdf. New Mexico Magazine is a division of the New Mexico Tour- ism Department. Founded in 1922, it is the nation's first state magazine and third largest by cir- culation. Cottage House s7s.542.88o Cassandra Graham Cassandra Graham to attend Princeton summerprogam Cassandra Graham, 14, a freshman at Animas High School next fall, has been invited to at- tend the Junior Statesmen. Sum- mer School Program at Princeton University in New Jersey. The Princeton Junior States- men Summer School Program consists of outstanding hi'gh school students from across the globe, young people who are in- volved in their communities and schools, who have a passion for politics and who love a chal- lenge. The program gives kigh , school students an opportunity to experience college life while attaining academic enrichment. Focus areas of the program in- clude government, American his- tory, constitutional law, interna- tional relations, war and diplo- macy and microeconomics. The 2010 Summer School session will be held from July 11 to August 1, 2010. Graham is the daughter of Elfigo and Lisa Graham of Wind- mill. She plans to pursue a career in law. 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