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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2010 3 SBDC Report ' A board of advisors can keep a business on track By J. ROY MILLER, State Direc- torNew Mexico Small Business Development Center Network A business doesn't have to be big to benefit from the advice and expertise of other profession- als. A savvy entrepreneur will as- semble a board of trusted advis- ers.to provide feedback and sug- gestions for leading the organi- zation. Unlike a board of directors, an advisory board comprises people with no legal authority, fiduciary responsibilities or other obligations to the business. Terms of membership Before joining an advisory board, potential members should know what is expected of them. tuarles Because they will learn confiden- tial information about the com- pany, board members "are ex- pected to sign agreements to not disclose information about -- and not compete with -- the com- pany. Anyone who refuses to sign a nondisclosure and non-compete agreement should not be on the advisory board. Because board members of- ten Serve without compensation, an entrepreneur shouldn't expect these individuals to provide free advice within the scope of their professions or careers. Requests for advice should be general, and it's a good idea to plan meetings around meals. These terms should be spelled out in a written invitation to prospective board members. Participants should know how frequent meetings will be, what day and time they'll be and any other commitments they'll be expected to make. An attorney should review the invitations and any other Abby M0reno Allen Abby Moreno Allen, 54, a resident of Bosque Farms, for- merly of Lordsburg, entered eter- nal rest Saturday, August 28, 2010 at her residence.- She was born February 12, 1956 to Miguel Moreno and Maria Rodriguez in Lordsburg, NM. She is survived by her par- ents; one daughter, Heather Allen of Ohio; her companion, Mike Valdez of Bosque Farms; two sis- ters, Anita Burwell and husband Charlie of Rockford, IL and Mary Ann Gomez and husband David of Lordsburg; one grandchild, Johnna Husvar of Ohio; three nieces, Leigh Ann Chavez and husband Benjie, Micayla Chavez and Averie Chavez; three neph- ews, David "Dukie" Gomez, Hailio Chavez, Caius Chavez; and other nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by one daughter, Angelina Hope Moreno-Gonzalez. A holy rosary will be held at St. Joseph's Catholic Church on Friday, September 3 'd at 9:30am with Father Mike Williams recit- ing. The funeral liturgy will fol- low at 10am at St. Joseph's Catho- lic Church with Father Mike Wil- liams officiating. The interment will follow at Shakespeare Cem- etery. Pallbearers will be Angel Gonzales, Benjamin Chavez, David Gomez Sr., Billy Burt, John Jarrott and Paul Flores. Arrangements are with Terrazas Funeral Chapels ."Trusted care for the ones you love" ~ 575-537-0777. To send condolences, visit www.terrazasfuneralchapel.com. documents related to the advisory board before formal requests are made. What kind of advice to ex- pect An advisory board is rou- tinely expected to weigh in on the implementation and review of internal and external business policies, capital needs and pos- sible funding sources, plans for growth and diversification, agree- ments regarding conflicts of in- terest or confidentiality of infor- mation and marketing and pub- lic relations campaigns. Before deciding who could be the best sources of such ad- vice, the business owner should evaluate his own skills and con- sider the types of challenges the company typically faces, as well as special but predictable chal- I lenges. He should visualize how the business might loo.k a year later because of the advis'ory board's involvement. And an hon- est appraisal of what aspects of the business make him most anx- ious will help the business owner know what kinds of help he needs to feel more confident. Time to choose After the leader has identi- fied the types of experience that will most benefit his business, he c/n start identifying individuals from those fields of expertise. The qualities to look for in a board member include objectivity, hon- esty, the ability to work collaboratively with the leader and other board members and a personal interest in hellping the business succeed. The most effective board members are people w'hom the business owner respects for. their accomplishments or their general integrity. And it certainly helps to have people with connections to other business resources. The Western New Mexico university Small Business Devel- opment Center (SBDC) offers as- sistance to entrepreneurs, who are starting a business or wanting to expand an existing business. These services are available at no cost. Call 538-6320 for an ap- pointment with a business advi- sor, or email sbdc@wnmu.edu. The SBDC office is lolcated on the second floor of the B,esse-For- ward Global Resource Center on 12th Street. More information may be found at www.nmsbdc.com/sil vercity/ index.html. Contact the SBDC office for information about these work- shops: September 16 - "How tO Write a Marketing Plan" (pre- sented in Deming) September 27 - " Jour- ney to Financial Security" HUGE SELECTION! Deming Silver City area (575) 546-0070 (575) 537-0777 Local Calls (575) 542-3330 Reasonably Priced Funeral And Cremation Services Excellence in service and care for your family zhould always be affordable... It can and always will be with us. I I I DECLARAT ONS OF CAND DACY DECLARATIONS OF CANDIDACY I, Lloyd V. Payne, hereby announce my candidacy for re-election to the office of Hidalgo County Probab Judge Lloyd V. Payne I, David A. Rarnos, hereby announce my candidacy to the office of County Commissioner Position 1. Your vote and support in the November 2, 2010 General Eledtion Will be appreciated. Thank You and Muchas Gracias. David A. Ramos I, Jody Hatch, hereby announce my Republican candidacy to the office of Hidalgo County Assessor. Your votes of support are appreci- ated. Jody Hatch I, Saturnino "Nino" Madero, would like to announce my Demo- cratic Candidacy for Hidalgo County Sheriff. I have been the Under Sheriff for Hidalgo County for the past eight years. As a secondary career I am a Certified School Bus Safety Inspector for the State of New Mexico since 1996, performing School Bus Safety Inspections throughout the state. I have been a Firearms Instructor since 1994 and New Mexico Press Iiii Association Member Hidalgo County Herald (USPS 020697) is published weekly by Hidalgo County Herald in the City of Lordsburg, County of Hidalgo, 212 E. Motel Drive, Suite B, Lordsburg, New Mexico 88045-1948, 52 issues a year. SubsCription rates vary. Subscription rate is $30 per year. Requests for corrections and complaints concerning news and editorial content of the Hidalgo County Herald should be di- rected to the editor. For further information on the Hidalgo County Herald's approved grievance policies, readers may contact the pub- lisher. Any unsolicited manuscripts become the property of the Hidalgo County Herald and will not be returned. All information con- tained herein is copyrighted 2010 by the Hidalgo County Herald. All photos/stories, unless stated, are written by our staff. POSTMAS- TER: Send address changes to Hidalgo County Herald, 212 E Mo- tel Drive, Suite B, Lordsburg, NM 88045-1948 Periodicals Postage Paid at Lordsburg, New Mexico. PUBLIsHER/EDITOR: Brenda Hood ADVERTISING MANAGER: Glenda Greene PHONE: 575-542-8705 FAX: 575-542-8704 E-MAIL hcherald@aznexnet Circle H victim of yet another break in Circle H Grocery, located on Duncan Highway, has been burglarized four times in the last two weeks. Burglars have gained entry by breaking windows and helping themselves to alcohol and cigarettes. The Lordsburg Police Department is currently investigating the rash of crimes and Circle H Grocery is offering a reward for any information leading to the apprehension of the individuals responsible for the break-ina.Tipsters can remain anonymous. Contact the LPD at 575-542-3505 or Circle H at 575- 542-9800 of you have any information. NM Commission on the Status of Courtesy submission WOMEN OF NEW MEXICO: Need assistance look- ing for employment? Don't know who to call when facing a crisis? Need access to a computer to post a resume for a job opening? The NM Commission on the Status of Women is the state agency you need. "The Commission was cre- ated in 1973," states Commission Executive Director, Mary Molina Mescall. "We are pleased to pro- vide free services to the women and girls of New Mexico, espe- cially during this challenging economic time." The Commission, whose pri- mary office is located in Albu- querque, is charged by the State of New Mexico with the follow- ing tasks: Conduct statewide studies on the status of women and girls in New Mexico Act as a clearinghouse of information and provide referrals (toll free 1-800-432-9168) Recommend methods of overcoming discrimination against women in public and pri- vate employment Promote methods of en- abling women to develop their skills, continue their education, to be retrained, and to assume leadership roles Conduct periodic statewide conferences to inform women of their rights and opportunities, and to learn about their problems and needs Recognize New Mexico women's accomplishments and contributions to the state The Displaced Homemakers at present I also instruct Survival Spanish to the cadets at Western New Mexico University. Prior to that i have worked for the Motor Transportation Department, the Lordsburg Police Department and started my career with the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Department as a Detention Officer 22 years ago. I have been a big part in appropriat- ing grants and programs that have boosted equipment and vehicles that the Sheriff's Department has today. Your vote on November 2, 2010 will be greatly appreciated. Saturnino "Nino" Madero I, Mark Thomas, hereby announce my candidacy to the office of Magistrate Judge. Your support in the November 2, 2010 General Election will be appreciated. Mark Thomas I, Warren D. Walter, Republican, announce my candidacy to the office of Hidalgo County Sheriff. Your votes of support in the Novem- ber 2, 2010 General Election will be appreciated. Warren D. Walter , I, Larry E Martinez, hereby declare my candidacy to the office of Hidalgo County Commissioner, Position 2. The future" of Hidalgo County is based on: - Our Children Economic Growth Education Government tran.,sparency with spending Opportunity for jobs with work ethics Your support in the upcoming November 2nd 2010 General Election will be greatly appreciated Larry P. Martinez I, Darr Reynolds Shannon, a Republican hereby declare my can- didacy to the office of Hidalgo County Commissioner, Position 2. Your vote of support during the November 2, 2010 General Election will be very much appreciated. Darr Reynolds Shannon I, Ed Kerr, ask for your vote for Hidalgo County .Commissioner Position 1 in the November general election this fall. Ed Kerr I, Nyla Dawn Waltzer, Republican, declare my candidacy for Mag- istrate Judge of Hidalgo County. I respectfully request your vote in the General Election; November 2, 2010. I will honor your support with honesty and faimess. Nyla Dawn Walter I, The0doro V. "Chopo" Castillo, hereby announce my candi- dacy to the office of Hidalgo County Assessor. Your support in the November General Electionwill be very much appreciated. Theodoro V. Castillo paid by candidates Women offers many free services Office (DHO), added to the Com- phone calls and a copier." In ad - mission in 1977, is dedicated to providing women in transition and displaced homemakers with the skills and confidence to help them achieve economic and emo- tional self-sufficiency for them- selves and their families. The Office offers free workshops on job search skills, financial plan- ning for older women and a four- week series of classes for women contemplating or experiencing divorce Additionally, Lorraine Bantista, the DHO Coordinator, offers one-one-one mentoring to .women who visit the office, in- formation and referrals through the Commission's toll-free phone line and guidance in the Commu- nity Work Room. "The Community Work Room is offered Monday through Friday during office hours," states Bantista. "We offer women free access to computers, the internet, fax machines, typewriters, local dition Commission staff is on- hand to assist women with ques- tions about the computers, job search, or finding help in meet- ing other housing, medical, legal or mental health needs. "The Commission is also known for our annual Governor's Awards for Outstanding New Mexico Women and, while we are exceptionally proud of our larg- est event of the year, we want the women of New Mexico to know we are here to assist them with the needs and problems they may be facing," states Molina Mescall. "We are a resource for all New Mexicans." To contact the Commission: NM Commission on the Status of Women 300 San Mateo Blvd. NE, Suite 101, Albuquerque, NM 87108 Outside the Albuquerque Area: 1-800-432-9168 www.wo " ion.state.nrn.us EWEL.KY ellq ,ulton 'ELerow q'o nce 'ar "Nose 9,,vet R,nq. boq,e. "Loqo. I',.o'om PIERCI00IE Located inside the Cottage House, 214 E. Motel Drive, Lordsburg Largest Inventory of Quality [ Used Vehicles in the Area! I beck out these great .... ks! on used lrU00 2000 Ford Expedition 1995 l000rd F-250 2008 Ford Edge 2005 Ford F-250 2007 Ford F-150 2010 Ford F-150 Red, Low Miles 2008 Ford F-250 4x4 ' -2004 Ford Explorer 2009 Ford F-150 Silver, Low Miles 2010 Ford Expl0rer2007 Ford Expedition 2008 Ford F-350 Diesel corde 2006 Ford 500 2010 Ford Flex 2009 Ford Escape 2001 Nissan Sentra 2010 Ford Fusion, Very Low Miles 412 E. Molel Drive, Lordsburg, NM !