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4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD Elks host Kids' Bingo The Lordsburg Elks Lodge hosted its' annual Kids Bingo on July 31, 2010. The event pro- vides school supplies for hun- dreds of Hidalgo County youth. The Lordsburg Elks Lodge is able to provide these much- needed school supplies through local doantions and lodge fund raisers held throughout the year. Courtesy photos Lordsburg Schools Breakfast, Lunch Menu Monday, August 16 Apple Lunch Breakfast Asst. L0wfat Milk Chicken Fried Steak PB& Jelly Uncrustable Wednesday, August 18 Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy Asst. Juice Breakfast Mixed Vegetables Asst. Lowfat Milk Sausage; Biscuit School Roll Lunch Jelly Fruit Ham & Cheese Sandwich Asst. Juice Asst. Lowfat Milk Shredded Lettuce, Tomato Asst. L0wf~it Milk Friday, August 20 Tatar Tots Lunch Breakfast Chilled Pears. Comfy Dog Bacon Burrito Asst. Lowfat Milk Pork & Beans Salsa Tuesday, August 17 Veggies w/Dip Asst. Juice Breakfast Fresh Fruit Asst. Lowfat Milk Danish Asst. Lowfat Milk Lunch Asst. Juice Thursday, August 19 Pizza Asst. Lowfat Milk Breakfast Garden Salad Lunch Quesadilla Max Stick. Bean Burrito Enchilada Style Salsa Fruit Cocktail Spanish Rice Asst. Juice Asst. Lowfat Milk Tossed Salad Asst. L0wfat Milk AuU a I ty BODY & PAIN1 Insurance Claims Expert Color Match Fiberglass Repair Buffing Detailing All Makes, All Models (inc|udlng motorcycles) FREE Estimates Lou Montenegro Wabash Street ~ actoss from McDonald's} Lordsburg, NM 88045 Call 575-741-0791 ~Stucco "~Cement Work ~Fences ~ Carpet ~ Commercial ~ Tile ~ Residential ~Roofing ~ Block Work FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 2010 Constrnttion ,iti)ers ort 4merita Jose Retana 320 w. Railway Ave Lordsburg, NM 88045 "Let us build your home." Office 575-542-3529 Cell 575-574-2257 License #93832 Dept. seeks citizen participation in Habitat Stamp program Submitted by NM DEPT of GAME & FISH/Santa Fe The Department of Game and Fish is seeking individuals inter- ested in serving as advisors for the Habitat Stamp Program. Vol- unteer advisors review landscape plans, prioritize habitat improve- ment proposals and forward rec- ommendations to the State Game Commission. Since 1990. all anglers, hunt- ers and trappers who use U.S. For- est Service or Bureau of Land Management lands must pur- chase a Habitat Stamp. The Habi- tat Stamp Program then uses the $5 stamp fee for on-the-ground habitat improvements. Citizens have been involved in every aspect of the program, advising which habitats are most in need of improvement. Citizens representing sporting, environ- mental or public-land permittee interests meet each winter to pro- vide input to and review, habitat plans covering numerous land- scapes. In spring, they reconvene to prioritize habitat proposals. Advisors serve 3-year terms. "We have five regional Citi- zen Advisory Committees to in- volve citizens early on in the project-planning process," said Dale Hall. Habitat Stamp Program manager. "What separates this program ernment particiF looking the Dep~ zen invc lection landscat Apl Commis from other typical gov- programs is its Citizen tion. Currently we are For volunteers to assist "tment in expanding citi- vement into project se- ld design processes at a ". level." ointed by the Game ion, 21 current Citizen Advisor~/ Committee members' terms e~pire December 2010. Sen Udall invites Expiring terms include 15 Sports- men, three environmentalists and three permittees. Besides meet- ing twice a year, they attend field tours in summer months. Partici- pation is completely voluntary. To volunteer, contact Dale Hall at (505) 222-4725 or dale.hall@state.nm.us for an ap- plication. Applicatiohs are due September 10, 2010. students to apply for in-state internships Courtes information U.S. Senator Tom Udall is inviting New Mexico college students to apply "or internships in each of his state offices. To apply for an in- state ii~ternship with Sen. Udall's office, please visit tomudall senate.gov and select Internships. The online application is accessibl ~ from that page. All nternships are unpaid, but may count toward college credit. Students should check with their respective college or university for requiren ents. College students from New Mexico or college stu- dents att~;nding New Mexico schools are given first preference, and students ~f all majors are encouraged to apply. "Wo rking in my New Mexico offices will give students unique and unp~ ralleled perspective of the inner workings of the 'world's greatest 9~eliberative body.' Interns also play an integrat role in my offices' day-to-day operations," Udall said. "This is a great learning experience for anyone interested in public service and I encourage New Me~iCo students to apply. The [dates for internships in Udall's New Mexico offices are flex- ible and tall state offices are currently accepting applications for the 2010 fall semester. Appropriations bill includes $3.5 million for NM safety, justice initiatives Courtesy information U.S. Senators Jeff Bingaman and Tom Udall this week ap- plauded a spending bill working its way through the Senate that contains $3.5 million for New Mexico projects to support at-risk youth, reduce recidivism, and cut crime across the state. The Senate's version of the fiscal year 2011 Commerce, Jus- tice and'Science bill has cleared the Senate Appropriations Com- mittee and is now ready for full Senate consideration. The measure contains more than $1.1 million in funding for projects requested by the senators to assist at-risk youth across New the Dofia Ana County Simulcast Radio Ii~itiative, which ,~,ill co- ordinat4 and improve the re- sponses Of multiple agencies re- sponsible for emergency ser- vices. The Commerce, Justice and Science appropriations bill con- tains the following: $200.000 - Big Brothers Big Sisters New Mexico Consortium: Funding would be used statewide to expand mentoring services to 200 additional at-risk children and youth not currently being served, with a focus on low-in- come, rural, Hispanic and Native American youth. $650.000 - New Mexico De- partment of Public Safety (DPS), Auto Theft Prevention Initiative: Funding would be used by DPS, which is based in Santa Fe, to develop and manage an auto- theft task force to address the high rate of stolen vehicles in the State. $200.000 - New Mexico State University (NMSU)0 Sci- ence. Engineering. Mathematics, and Aerospace Academy (SEMAA): Funding would be used for SEMAA to continue to engage historically underrepresented youth in activi- ties in the fields of science, tech- nology, engineering, and math- ematics. " ' : $200.000 - Border Area-~ '~, for Mental Health Services. Jail Di- ex- version Program in Silver City: ow- Funding would be used to pro- Na- vide outpatient behavioral ser- and vices designed to prevent recidi- ~tion vism of offenders by providing 9ugh them with therapy, medication stice regulation, and assistance in es- tablishing life goals, rests $250.000 - New Mexico Ad- sup- ministrative Office of the Courts, anent Drug Court Program: Funding .ate. would be used to standardize the imd- drug court database, perform on- this site evaluations of each program, way and provide increased resources man for programs where need is great- est. New $250.000 - New Mexico itive Corrections Department, Prisoner artu- Reentry Program: Funding each would be used to hire staff, in- ;aid. crease staff training and prates- risk sional development, evolve the help department's current risk and needs assessment pilot project, fund and build sustainable intensive ;e of case management structures. Mexico. including" $200,001 Big Brothers Big Sisters t( pand mentoring services to income, rural. Hispanic and rive youth statewide, $500.000 for early interve] services for at-risk youth thr the New Mexico Juvenile Jt Contin uum. "This spending bill in in New Mexico's youth and ports important law enforce initiatives throughout the s We will work to ensure this 1 ing will remain in place as bill continues to work its through Congress," Bingz said. "If we can steer at-risk Mexico youth toward a po~, path, we open doors to opp nity that will allow them to ] for their dreams," Udall "These programs give at teens and young adults when they need it most." 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