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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD ' FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 2010 5 Ruth Hamby is featured rtist Submitted by GCAGISilver City taken lessons from Bill Galban of is diverse, spanning from surreal- The Featured Artist at Grant Teas and Krystyna Renata istic abstract subjects to finely County Art Guild for this Friday, Robbins of E1 Paso, and locally detailed realism. A current South- August 27 is Ruth Hereby. from Phylis Hawman and Mona western series on wooden cigar The featured artist for this Tanzola. Her work can also be boxes is a tribute to the "Apache Saturday, August 28 is Barbara seen at Silver Spirit Gallery. People". To view Kent's artwork Smith whose subjects are land- The featured artist for Sun- visit his "Zibbet Shop" at scapes and still-life in oils and day, August 29 is Thomas Kent w w w . z i b b e t . c o m / acrylics, as well as portraits and Tallman who is a self-taught art- southwestconnoisseur Contact other subjects in pastels. She has ist born in West Virginia. His art h i m : southwestconnoisseur@gmail.com Special Tour ~o Grant County Art Guild gallery is located in the historic Hearst Church on Golden Avenue mber 4 ir~ Pines Altos and is open Friday offered through Sunday from 10am to5 pm as well as major holidays. A Submitted by GCONMISilver City wide variety of art as well as crafts Superintendent Steve Riley announced today that Gila Cliff are displayed and all work is for Dwellings National Monument will offer a ranger-guided tour of sale. Visitors are invited to visit the TJ Site on Saturday, September 4. 2010. the gallery and meet the artists. Visitors to Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument have the Go to www.gcag.org for more in- unique opportunity to explore the TJ Site. an unexcavated surface formation. Ignoring the blockers, Merrilee Richardson Karina Serillano tips the ball over the block. slams the ball down for a point. pueblo that is usually closed to the public. This free tour of the BYA offers cure Lady Panthers kick off 2010 volleyball season TJ site will be offered on Saturday, September 4th at I1:00 a m. and will last approximately l 1/2 hours. The tour is limited to 20 Both the JV and Varsity AHS VolleybalITeams kicked off their seasons with a scrimmage tournament reservations should be made in advance by calling the for boredom people and on Friday, August 20.The tournament was held atValley Union High School and participating teams Gila Visitor Center at (575) 536-946 l. included Valley Union, San Simon,Wilcox, and Animas.The JV and Varsity teams were split, with each While there is no established trail through the TJ Site. partici- Nothing to do? playing in their own separate tournament.The Varsity Lady Panthers won 2 out of 3 games, losing pants are required to stay with the guides. To preserve the integ- Come to the BYA office we only to Wilcox.While the JV team also won 2 out of 3 games.They beat Wilcox and Valley Union the, rity of the site and allow future visitors the s~me opportunity to are open from 4pm-8pm Tues- firsttimetheyplayedthem~butfe~sh~rtt~Va~eyUni~nwhen~heyp~ayedth~mthe2"~me.~e~a~l~ view this site in the same condition, participants on the hike may days-Fridays and 12pm-4pm on both teams showed that they are ready for a successful season. not pick up or disturb any artifacts or natural features. Sturdy Saturdays. Come hang out and By ELIZABETH RICHINSlHidalgo County Herald walking shoes and water are recommended. Visitors should dress learn some interesting facts, do veryfrthe weather, asthe TJ Site is on an open mesatop and maybewindy, ning.Crafts" and help with event plan-we are located at 7th and n0my evenin t Gila Cliff For further information, please con:act the Gila Visitor Con- Pyramid. If you have any ques- becky_latanich@nps.gov.terat 1575)536-9461 or e-m ,l Becky Latanich at tions feel to give us a call at 542-3908. Dwellings to be held on September 4 Submitted by GCDNMISilver City connection between the night sky couraged to bring their own field Take advantage of New and the Gila's earliest inhabit- glasses or telescopes. Mexico's magnificent dark skies ants. This event is free and open by attending the season's second 8:30 - 10:30 p.m. to the public. For more informa- astronomy evening at Gila Cliff Night sky viewing (weather per- tion. please contact Becky Dwellings National Monument mitting). Latanich at (575) 536-9461 or by on Saturday, September 4~h begin- Telescopes provided by area e-mail at ning al 7:00 p.m. astronomers, but-visitors are on- becky_latanich@nps.gov. Schedule of events: 7:00-7:15 p.m. Make your S ~ ~ I~1 e 1A own Star Wheel O~ ~i~ ~e~ Court:e~y Navigate your way around ~lli hi Dept. of the night sky. This fun take-home S 0 a=e & planisphere will show you "what's up" each night. Gila River - The flow is 78 cfs and fishing is slowin the lower 7:15 - 8:00 Evening pro- streams. Reports are good for the upper Middle and East Forks, /gl;am: The Life and Times of but anglers will need to hike in or go by horseback. Aide Leopold Rio Grande - The flow is 2.180 cfs below Elephant Butte Dam. Dr. Scott Fritz, Assistant Pro- No fishing report. tosser of History at Western New Bill Evans Lake: Winter trout waters - Trout are slow with fire- Mexico University will present an balls, salmon eggs or worms. No reports on other species. illustrated evening program "The Caballo Lake - White bass are fair casting minnows or worms Life and Times of Aide Leopold" around the brush in the shady areas and trolling by the dam with at the Aldo Leopold Amphithe- bombers. Kastmasters or sassy shad. Catfish are good with chicken ater adjacent to the Gila Visitor liver. No reports on other species. Center. Elephant Butte Lake - Fishing for white bass is very good with gq/again Iley ......... 8:00 - 8:30 p.m.Evening shiners or sassy shad. Striped bass, in the 15-20 pound range~ are AHS Panthers scrimma stVa. Union :,:- ~,:,~ :~,-~ ............. -o~ Stars of the Gila good at the south end of the lake trolling live bait. Catfish-are The AHS football team started thei~season with a " Dr. A1 Grauer, an astronomer The Panthers were able to scrimmage against Valley Union, as ~fr~ha the University of Arizona good with liver or shrimp. Crappie are fair ,on minnows. No re- ports on other species. there.Theyplayedwe~lf~rtheirfirstgameandpr~vedthattheyhavea~~t~ffightinthemt~makef~r will offer visitors an opportunity Glenwood Ponds - Stocker-size trout are good with worms or a great season. The Panthers' first game will be a home game on Friday, August 27, against Tatum. to explore the wonders of the cos- salmon eggs. Game time is at 6:00 PM, so be sure to come out and support your boys to their first victory! mos with "Stars of the Gila" an Lake Roberts - Pressure has been light and trout are slow to fair By ELIZABETH RICHINSIHidalgo County Herald evening program examining the near the spillway with Power Bait, salmon eggs or worms. Catfish are reported as good with worms or chicken liver. No reports on Dugan Tarango Middle School Dugan Tarongo Middle School bass. "oo"-a" Quemado Lake- Trout are good with Power Bait or worms. Last Dogie Volleyba'll -~~ .... week. a 30-inch rainbow was caught from the bank on a spinner. Dogie r iu ii 2010-2011 2010-2011 Tiger muskies are good with Z-rays, spinners or worms. A 42- ..... inch muskie was caught last week and several other keeper-size DATE OPPONENT TIME muskies were caught and released. DATE OPPONERT LOCATION TIME Thurs., AUg. 26 at Snell (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PM August 28 La Plata Home 11:00 AM Tues., Aug. 31 Duncan 4:00/5:00 PM Snow Lake - No report. September 9 @ Snell Away 4:00 PM Tues., Sept. 7 La Plata (7-8) 4:00/5:00 P~ i g h Thurs. Sept. 9 Morenc,. AZ (7-8) 4:00/5:00 A n i m a s H S c h o el September 11 Thatcher Home 11:00 AM Sat. Sept. 11 MV Christian (7-8) 11:00AM/12:00 PM September18 HuachucaOity, AZ Home 11:00AM Thurs. Sept. 16 at Hatch (7-8) 4:O0/5:00PM Footb ! September 21 MV Christian Home 4:00 PM Tues. Sept. 21 at La Plata (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PM 2010 a l October 2 @ Morenci AZ Away 2:00 PM Thurs. Sept. 23 Snell (7-8) 4:00/5:00PM Sat.. Sept. 25 at MV Christian11:00 AM/12:00 PM Date Location Game Time (mdt) Tues. Sept. 28 Animas (7-8) 3:00/4:00 PM October7 @HatehValley Away 4:00PM Sat. Oct. 2 atMorenci. AZ Round Robin (7-8) TBA Augusi 20 @ Valley Union 6:00 p.m. Head Coach: Jason Hawley Tues. Oct. 5 at Animas (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PM Assistant Coach: Ioimmy Lopez Athletic Director: :]on Smith Head Coach: Tom Stidham August 27 vs. Tatum 6:00 p.m. Principal: Leo Gorcia Superintendent: Jim Barentine Assistant Coach: Amanda Guerrero Athletic Director: Don Smith September 3 @ Melrose 4:00 p.m. Princ pal: Leo Garcia Superint,endent: Jim Barentine ' September 10 @ Duncan 7:30 p.m. I Lordsburg High School Lordsburg High School September 18 @ Menaul 10:00 a.m. Lady Maverick Volleyball Maverick Football September 24 vs. Gateway 7:00 p.m. October 1 vs. Juarez 7:00 p.m. 2010-2011 201 0-201 1 - October 9 vs. Foothills 100 p.m. DATE OPPONENT TIME DATE OPPONENT TIME October 15 vs. M0untainair 7:00 p.m, Fri,& Sat.. August 20,21 MagdalenaTourney(V/V/V) TBA Thursday, August 19 vs. Silver- C/JV/V (Scrimmage) Tues..August24 San Simon (JV-V) 5:OO/6:OOPM 5:30PM October 22 @ Reserve 3:00 p.m, Thurs. August 26 @ Cobra (C-JV-V) '4:00/5:00/6:00 PM :l-hursday, August 26JV vs. Willcox. AZ 6:00 PM Tues. August 31 @ Duncan, AZ (JV-V) 5:00/6:00 PM Friday, August 27 @ Willcox, AZ 8:00 PM Sat. Sept. 1.1 @ Morenci Tournament TBA Thursday, September 2JV @ Hatch Valley 6:00 PM Tues. Sept: 14 vs. Animas (JV-V) 5:00/6:00 PM Friday, September 3 vs. Hatch Valley 7:00 PM Thurs. Saint. 16 @ San Simon (JV-V) 5:00/6:00 PM mdt Thursday, September 9JV @ Cobra 6:00 PM Tues. Sept. 2,1 vs. Cobra (C-JV-V) 4:00/5:00/6:00 PM Friday, September 10 vs. Cobra*** Homecoming*** 7:00 PM Tues. Sept. 28 @ Animas (JV-V) 5:00/6:00 PM Thursday, September 16 JV vs. Silver 6:00 PM Tues. October 5 vs.MesillaValleyChristian (JV-V)Friday, September 17 ***OPEN*** August 31 @ San Simon 6 PM 5:00/6:30 PM Thursday, September 23 JV vs. Doming 9th 5:00 PM September 10 @ Duncan 5/6 PM Sat.October9 @Tularosa(C-JV-V) 1:00/2:00/3:00PM Friday, September24@ Hot Springs 7:00PM September 11 @ Morenci Tournament TBA Sat. October16 vs. Cloudcroft (JV-V) 2:00/3:00 PM Saturday, September25 JVvs. HotSprings 11:00AM September 14 Lordsburg 5/6 PM Friday, October 1 @ Anthony, TX 7:00 PM September 21 Duncan 516 PM Sat. October 23 vs.Tularosa(C-JV-V) 1:00/2:00/3:00 PM Friday, October8 vs. Ruidoso 7:00PM September 24-25 @ Capitan Tournament TBA Tues. October 26 @ MesillaValley Christian (JV-V) Friday, October 15 vs. LagunaAcoma 7:00 PM September 28 @ Lordsburg 5/6 PM 5:00/6:30 PM Friday, October 22 @ Estancla 7:00 PM October 1 Carrizozo 4/5 PM Sat. October 30 @ Cloudcroft (JV-V) 2:00/3:00 PM Friday, October 29 @ Tularosa 7:00 PM October 2 @ Reserve t/2/3 PM Man. November I District Tournament (V) 6:00 PM Saturday, November 13 State Quarter-finals TBA October 9 @ Quemado 2/3/4 PM Tues. November 2 District Tournament (V) 6:00 PM Saturday, November20 StateSemi-finals TBA October 14 Reserve 415/6 PM Thurs. November 4 District Tournament (V) 6:00 PM Saturday, November27 State Championship TBA October 21 @ Carrizozo 1/2 PM Sat. November6 District Championship (V) 6:00 PM October 23 Quemado 2/314 PM Thurs.-Sat. Nov. 11-13 StateTournament (V) T.B.A. Head Coach: Louie 8aiso District TBA Assistant Coaches: Head Coach: Nacona Grijalva Mike Newell. Brian Culberson. Greg Martinez, Rodney Plowman 1st Round of State TBA Assistant Coach: Armando Rosales Principal: J. Vance Lee November 11-t3 State TBA Principaf/AD: J. Vance Lee Superintendent: Jim Barentine Athletic Director Don Smith Superintendent: Jim Barentine