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t0 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2010 F'00eservation News 00X/3rk begins on Gothic library in Massachusetts By MARGARET FOSTER I Pres- ervation Magazine - Online Only One of the most striking buildings in Framingham, Mass., a Victorian Gothic li- brary that has stood on the city's central com- mon since 1872, is be- ing restored, thanks to a $100,000 grant from Partners in Preserva- tion. The Edgell Me - aerial Library won fourth place in last year's online voting competition: About 175,000 people se- lected the library from a list of 25 historic Boston-area sites con- tending for grants. This summer, the Framingham History the building. Today "the building is in Interior of Edgell Memorial Library, Framingham, Mass. Photo credit: Framingham History Center the Framingham History Cen- ter. "It's beautiful inside,-even though it's not in good repair." Hoping to rem- edy that, the center will oversee repairs to the library's exterior ma- sonry. A grant from the Massachusetts Histori- cal Society will fund re- pairs, which will begin as early as this fall, Murphy says. "We'll do it. We're looking at all different kinds of funding," she says. "We're going to get all the money we need to finish [restora- tion]." Despite the building's lack of win- dows, the Edgetl Me- morial Library's offices and temporary exhibits Center, which oversees the li- "pretty bad shape," says Annie remain open. "It's pretty noisy," brary, is putting the grant to Murphy, executive director of Murphy says. good use. Workers from Dipping vat Campground Kronenberger and Sons Resto- ration Inc., based in temporarily closed Submitted by GNFISilver City The upper end (west end) of the Dipping Vat Campground at Snow Lake will be temporarily closed for public use from Sep- tember 15 through, September 18 Middletown, Conn., removed 22 of the building's 64 windows earlier this month and will in- stall the restored windows by the end of August. Built from local granite as a Civil War memorial, the Edgell Memorial Library was threatened with demolition in 1963, but local activists saved t, be00b00e EXPERIENCE makes the DIFFERENCE Hidalgo County Assessor (Wednesday through Saturday) for an employee meeting recog- nizing Diversity Day. Snow Lake is located approximately 53 miles southeast of Reserve on the northern border of the Gila Wil- derness. Diversity Day is a day that all Gila Forest employees cbme together to celebrate diversity in the workplace; recognize the strengths and benefits of diverse experience, knowledge, and skills that employees bring to the workplace; and promote em- ployee productivity and team- work. The lower end (east side) of Dipping Vat Campground re- mains open to the public during this temporary closure, with 10 sites available. Further information may be obtained by contacting the Re- serve Ranger District at (575) 533- 6231. AHS Drama to present "The 11 th' Friday By ELIZABETH RICHINS/ Hidalgo County Herald The Animas High School Drama students will be putting on a one-act play called "The 11 th,, on Friday, September 23 'd in memory of the 9-11 attack. Written by David J. LeMaster, the )play is about re- membering the fallen of September 11, 2001 and how America was changed forever. The play will be held in the Animas Auditorium at 7:00, with a dinner before at 6:00. The din- ner will be $8 a plate, and will include lasagna, breadstick, salad, and NY cheesecake. Admis- sion for the play .will be $2 for adults and $1 for students. Come on out for a night of entertainment in honor of those who died in the horrible attack on our country 9 years ago. How did Liberty Gym cut the fat on its energy bill? It started with retrofitting fluorescent lamps on existing fixtures and upgrading others to higher-performance units. These upgrades will help Liberty Gym save more than $5,500 a year =n energy costs. And PNM rebates paid for 82 percent of the project. This is just one example of how PNM is helping businesses mprove energy eff:iency. To find out more about bberly Gym and other business stones, go to PNM.conowetstofies. The power to make life better. Together. PAL football underway The Lordsburg Police Athletic League Pop Warner football league is up and running for the 2010 season. The upper, lower and flag divisions have been traveling to Silver City to com- pete each weekend. The Little Mavericks will be hosting games in Lordsburg at Maver- ick Stadium on Saturday, Octo- ber 2, 2010. Pictured are action shots of the Upper Division Mavericks, who defeated the Cardinals last weekend, 25-0. Photos courtesy JAMIE DIAZlLordsburg We have all the tools to keep your Business ON TRACK & IN THE BLACK We offer Prossional Services for all aspects of your small business! 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