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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JULY 30, 2010 5 Youth Cake/Pie of Show" contest new at Submitted by TAMMY DUNLAP/ Exhibit Building Superintendent 1. One whole cake or one whole pie, made from scratch, will be selected for "Best of Show~'. No box cake recipes will be allowed. Pie crust must be made from scratch. Filling in the pie must be made from scratch. Do not use non-eatable products on cakes. No custard or egg fill- ing/icing will be allowed. Cakes requiring refrigeration will not be allowed. 2. Hidalgo County Fair Youth Best ,of Show Cake/Pie will be sold at the beginning of the Jun- ior Livestock Sale during the Hidalgo County Fair. Youth re- ceiving a Best of Show award must be present at the Buyers' Luncheon. Failure to sell the Hidalgo County Fair ture of all Best of Show awards, including rosettes and premiums. 3. The original cake will be given to the Hidalgo County Fairboard. 4. The exhibitor must be a bona fide resident of Hidalgo County (ages 9 to 19); 4-H or FFA member: or a member of any other vocational/educational organi- zation such as BPA, Mock Trial, FBLA, FCCLA, etc. 5. An exhibitor may not en- ter more that one cake in the same year. 6. An exhibitor may only enter one cake - they can not compete against themselves. 7. A club/organization may have as many cakes/pies as that club/organization wishes to qualify. Entries must be entered only) of photos showing Food Preparation, Leadership and Citi- zenship activities. 1 I. Youth who have won Best of Show with a pie or cake and sold at the Junior Livestock Sale may not enter in the same category again. 12. The winner of the Youth Best of Show Cake/Pie will be required to make a fresh cake/pie for the Junior Livestock Sale at the Hidalgo County Fair For questions or concern contact Tammy Dunlap at 575- 574-7169 or email tammyelizabethdunlap @ football Cake/Pie will result in a forfei-zationalWith permission from the Organi-Leader/Sponsor. to begin the following: Practice begins Monday, August 9, 2010 at the following times: 7th grade 3:30 - 4:30 8" grade 4:30 - 5:30 DTMS Football: Meet at Lordsburg High School football field at 4:00 p.m. on Monday, August 9. 2010. You will need a sports physical before you will be able "to practice. Forms are available at the DTMS office. 8. The baked item is due in DTMS Volleyball, the Exhibit Building with the All Free milk for a year , .: other county entries on entry day. f'lU Diana Esquivel was Saucedo s Super Market's winner of a year's supply of milk. Her name wits Football 9. Food containers will not pickedout bylda Martinez. CourtesypltOto I coo,aioe,p,ayer, aro to report to,.e Area 74 pre cr ed fire completed successfully :! practice to begin,_ 10. The following items LHS Football Fieldhouse on i must be entered to be eligible for Monday, August 2, 2010 through Submitted by GNF/Silver City burn, so as expected, with the wet agers, the Area 74 Prescribed Fiye judging (Please put the follow- Thursday, August 6, 2010 at 5:00 The Black Range Range/" winter, spring rains and high live moves the forest closer to a ngtu- ! All 7" and 8'h grade girls ing information in a three ring PM for meetings, equipment and Districton the Gila National For- fuel moistures, trees of this fuel rat--fire dependent---ecosystem. who are interested in playing binder): volleyball - please make note of form handout, and the last of the est successfully "'It's an ongoing pro- I a. Copy of the recipe typed on a 8 V2 X 11 sheet of paper b. Letter of support from or- ganization leader/sponsor typed on a 8 V2 X 11 sheet of paper c. An informational Story in- cluding: 1. Personal Goals 2 Accomplishments 5 Leadership activities 6. Citizenship activities 7. How food preparation knowledge will be used in the future d. Two pages (one side Gila River - The flow is 101 cfs and the water is higher and muddy. There has been a lot of rain and no pressure. Fishing is slow with Pistol Petes, spinners and salmon eggs. Rio Grande - The flow is 2.140 cfs below Elephant Butte Dam. No fishing report. Bill Evans Lake: Winter trout waters - No report ; f'-~ballo Lak~.Walle3te are.stqw with jigs and minnows. White bass are good from the bank and t~'olling with spinners, worms or min- nows. A feW-largemouth bass have Been caught in the coves With minnows. Catfish are good with Right crawlers or chicken liver. Elephant Butte Lake - Four days of rain has slowed the fishing and there has been light pressure. White bass are slow with shiners or sassy shad. Largemouth and smallmouth bass are slow using white or green bombers. Striped bass are slow trolling big shiners or shad. No reports on other species. Glenwood Ponds - There has been light pressure and trout are slow. Lake Roberts - C~fish are good at the upper end of the lake with stink bait or chicken liver. It is weedy around the shore but trout are fair in the open water using spinners. Quemado Lake - Trout are fair with Power Bait or worms Tiger muskies are fair with Rapalas. worms or salmon eggs. Snow Lake - Trout are reported as slow due to rains summer workouts. Formal prac- tice will begin on Monday, Au- gust 9, 2010 at 6:00 AM and 4:00 PM at Maverick Stadium. Play- ers must have a current physical. parental consent and insurance forms for the 2010-I 1 school year on file at LHS before they are able to practice on August 9 and on. A school bus will be avail- able on Friday, July 30. 2010 to take high school athletes to Southwest Bone and J.oint for physicals. The bus will leave at 12:30 PM. Cost is $5.00 per per- son. Physicals are from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. A parent or guardian may drive you there. Physicals may also be taken at HMS in Lordsburg. You may pick up forms at the Lordsburg High School office between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM Mon- day through Friday. If football players need more information. please call Coach Balsa at 575- 313-5243. BYA offers cure for boredom Nothing to do? ' Come to the BYA office we are open from 4pm-8pm Tues- days-Fridays and 12pm-4pm on Saturdays. Come hang out and learn some interesting facts, do crafts, and help with event plan- ning. We are located at 7th and Pyramid If you have any ques- tions feel to, give us a call at 542- 3908. treated approxi- mately 9000 acres during the Area 74 Prescribed Fire in May and June. The overall goal of the prescribed fire, which was located in the Poverty Creek area, about fifty miles northwest Of Truth or Conse- quences. NM. was to improve forest health while reintro- ducing fire into a fire adapted ecosys- tem. With help from BLM. Poverty Creek Volunteer Fire De- partment, Cibola National Forest. Santa Fe National Forest. the Nez Perce National Forest and other Gila National Forest employees, the Black Range Ranger District safely met many objectives of the prescribed fire. All objectives for reducing (burning up) dead and down fuels, ranging from pine needles and twigs to large branches and logs were met. as well as objectives to trees in the ponderosa and mixed conifer stands creating, open- rags to increase browse and habi- tat for wildlife. Pifion and juniper trees re- quire hot and dry conditions to type were not reduced in number by enough to meet the objectives of the prescribed fire. Black Range District Fire Management Officer. Dennis Fahl. explained. "We understood as we burned, that conditions were not favorable for our pifion and juniper objec- tives. With that in mind, we fo- cused time. resources and efforts on objectives that could be met." While it will take years to realize all the goals of fire man- cess," said Fahl. "His- torically thisarea saw fire every seven to "ten years. A single burn won't catch us up to that, but it is another step ;in the right direction." Travelers who drive along State Highway, 59 or Forest Road 226 at the fire boundary can be~n . to see the area greenmg~- up, as nutrients from the ash enter the soil and fer- tilize the grasses. "We%e already received compli- ments from people pass- ing through." said BJ!ly Madrid, Foreman of l~ire Crew 621. "Member,5,~of the public see how green the burn area is becom- ing and that elk are al- ready browsing in there and they are amazed."- For additional in- formation on the Area 74 Prescribed Fire inqlud- ing deta'iled 0bjecti~)6s and results please ~all the Black Range District Office at (575) 894-6677. ~'~ WHAT A CHILD LEARNS ABOUT VIOLENCE A CHILD LEARNS FOR LIFE. u zo.z wauld la ,e ta exiteej f aue ,rineeee and deer, eat eatitude ta tie eammunit a~ ve and Jul,t aet Open 7 Days a Week! 604 E, Motel Drive 6 AM - 8=30 PM Now Accepting Lordsburg, NM Credit Cards 575-542-8989 *2, 3 & 4 part business forms i *Business Cards *Bumper Stickers'- *Letterhead *Invoices *Envelopes *Work Or, *Tickets *Photo Reprints'. * Posters! *Flyers! *Receiptsi *Certificates ,.~-- *And Much More! continues through the end of July! STOP BY OR CALL TODAY FOR ALL YOUR CYCLE HEEDS OIL CHAHGES ~ TIRES BATTERIES ~ TUHE UPS A~OTOR WORK ~$111RT$ 1020 W, Motel Drive'A Lordsburg, NM 57 5-5 . Love, Mommy, Daddy, Grandma Veva. Uncle & Mya The Family of Zion Baca would like to extend their deepest gratitude to the following: Mayor Frank Rodriguez, Mary Ant Gomez, Kiki and Richard haires, Luz Marquez and Family, Morayma and sons, Anna Ortiz, David and Annie Quintillo, everyone who helped with the enchilada dinner--kitchen, delivery or tickets, and those who sold and bought raffle tickets. Thank you to everyone during this difficult time for your support, cards, calls, flowers and especially the prayers JR, 5usy, Manuel. Luz and Ernie Dominguez ! Stop in and try one of our daily lunch specials/