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% 6 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2010, WHAT A CHILD LEARNS ABOUT VIOLENCE A CHILD LEARNS FOR LIFE. LHS Cheerleaders to travel to Florida The Lordsburg High School Cheerleaders will be participating in the UCA Capital One Bowl in Florida on January 1,2011. Each girl is currently working diligently to raise the money necessary to attend • the event.The girls are asking for community support in their various fund raisers and by cheering them on as they participate in this pre-game performance at the UCA Capital One Bowl. Pictured above are Jodi Madero, Cory Sprott, Emily Aquino, Sarah Atilano, Valerie Mendoza and Kayla Gonzales. • Courtesy photo priations bill includ million for NM safety, justi Continued from Page 1 where need is greatest. / $250.000 - New Mexico Corrections Department, Pris- oner Reentry Program: Funding would be used to hire staff, in- crease staff training and profes- sional development, evolve the department's current risk and needs assessment pilot project, and build sustainable intensive case management structures. $650.000 - New Mexico Department of Public Safety (DPS/. Auto Theft Prevention Initiative: Funding would be used by DPS, which is based in Santa Fe, to develop and man- age an auto-theft task force to address,the high rate of stolen vehicles in the State. $200.000 - Men Engaged InNonviolence (MEN). Crime Prevention Initiative in Taos: Funding would be used to implement prevention and sup- Center. $200 000 - New Mexico State University (NMSU), Sci- ence, Engineering, Mathemat- ics, and Aerospace Academy (SEMAA): Funding would be used for SEMAA to continue to engage historically underrepresented youth in ac- tivities in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. $500.000 - New Mexico Juvenile Justice Continuum Ini- ~: Funding would be used to provide early intervention services and graduated sanctions for at-risk youth in 15 counties and cities across the state• $500.000- Dofia Ana County Simulcast Radio Initia- tive: Funding would be used to, complete phase three of the project to develop a stronger, more coordinated dispatch sys- tem for area law enforcement, port services to empower indi:*- em'ergency'-medical services and viduals to lead lives~ of fire servic¢~ Bhase three will nonviolence. The project will be improve the simulcast of emer- • X evaluated by the University of gencles so that all emergency New Mexico School of agencies can respond• and assist. Medicine's Prevention Research $200.000 - New Mexico Sher- Same Day Service Call for Appt. Count Herald 212 E. Motel Dr. Ste B. * L~rdsburg * 5757542.8705 initiatives iffand Police Athletic League, Gang Prevention-Intervention Program and Health Mentorship Program: Funding would be used to assist at-risk youth by providing educational and rec- reational opportunities that fos- ter a positive relationship be- tween law enforcement and youth. $150.000 - Sandoval County RestOrative Justice Pro- gram in Bernalillo: Funding would be used to expand the pro- gram, which focuses on victim compensation and offender ac- countability. Senior Citizens Lunch Menu Monday, September 27 Ham & Cheese Sandwich Lettuce & Tomato 3-Bean Salad Cottage Cheese & Peaches Tuesday, September 28 Baked Pork Loin Rice Pilaf Peas & Carrots Jelt-O w/Strawberries Wednesday, September 29 Chicken Fajita Pinto Beans Tomatoes & Green Chiles Pumpkin Spice Cookies Thursday, September 30 Chicken Fried Steak Mashed Potatoes/Gravy Buttered Pei!s ~. Yeast Roll/Margarine Spiced Peaches Friday, October 1 No Menu Available ue announces funding to upport New Mexi Courtesy submission Last week, Harry Teague an- nounced that New Mexico has been awarded $396,160 to fund programs that aim to enhance the competitiveness of the state's slSecialty crops. The grant, awarded through the USDA's Specialty Crop Block Grant pro- gram, will help bolster specialty crop producers and raise the profile of the regional crops. "New Mexico's specialty crops, like Hatch's famous chile, are an essential part of our lo- cal economy. By supporting our local farmers and helping to ex- pand the market for New Mexico's specialty crops, we cre- ate more jobs by keeping more money, here in New Mexico businesses," said Harry Teague. "The Specialty Crop Block Grant program is key in help- ing these signature crops suc- ceed in the market, which is. why I've introduced 'my ,Spe- cialty Crop Enhancement Act to pecialty ..... Enhancement Act, his latest bill to promote New Mexico agri- culture. The Act would increase the funding available ~or the USDA's Specialty Crop Block=, grant program in efforts to enj-,~ courage the competitiveness of local specialty crops. Some o,L the issues that will be addressed~ i as a result of the legislation ir~r ciude improving efficiency an.d~, - reducing ,costs of distribution,•. systems, investing in specialty,, crop research, and fostering or- ganic and sustainable production : practices. age agriculture operations in New Mexico•" The grant, which highlights New Mexico's chile, wine, and dry onion crops, among others, will fund eight programs through New Mexico's Depart- ment of Agriculture to provide outreach on the region's spe- cialty crops. Initiatives include outreach to highlight the prod- ucts at trade fairs, increase the market share nationally, con- sumer outreach, as well as a pro- gram partnering with New Mexico Environment Depart- ment (NMED) tO train NMED and Cooperative Extension Ser- vice personnel as well as farmer's market managers on the regulations and food safety issues related solely to home- based specialty crop processing and to provide a curriculum to train specialty Gop home-based processors. Last week, Harry Teague introduced the Specialty Crop Enjoying fellowship during the celebration t Baptist Church leb anniversary in Submitted by TINA GARCLA/ L qrdshb.u, rg -Scril~ture Baptist Church, located at319 E. 5th St, with Pas- tor George Philhour presiding, celebrated its 20th anniversary on September 18, 2010• The church officially opened its doors on August 19, 1990 with Pastor Doug Jenkins who now resides" in Kansas• with his wife Linda. Pastoral duties are con- ducted by pastor-Philhour (Pas- tor Jenkin's' Son-in-law) as of Eas- ter Sunday, 1999. The Philhour burg tist Church in Deming; Pastor Eldon Fowler and wife Laura of Calvar3; ]3aptlst Ci~ar~h in Silwi-i; City and Pastor' Dennis'Sterkel and wife Sharon of Victory Bap- tist Church in Wilcox, AZ. In at- tendance also were the Charlie Powell family, missionaries to Model, Mexico; as well as other .guests and members of Scripture Baptist Church. Special music was performed by Mr. Bruce Tingle who sang and played guitar; Miss Naomi Philhour who played keyboard Sterkel then gave a message o~;, fail~h;~ ::commending Pastor~,: Ptailhour and family on their dedi, cat;on and faithfulnes.s over the``• years. Pastor Philhour remairm-~_ steadfast in keeping Scripture ; Baptist Church's doors open so, that salvation through Jesus Christ be available to the ~om.- munity. Refreshments and fel~, lowship followed. '~/, Pastor and Mrs. Philhour inF vite all t6 attend worship and fel~ lowship on Sunday at 10 a.m.-for(~ Sunday school; 11 a.m. for wor-•_, family consist of wife Doralyn, for the offertory and Miss Tina ship service: 6 p.m. fo~" evening r~ Naomi, 10, and J.R.,8. Pastor and Garcia who sang cappella, service; and 7 p.m. on Wednes~ ~n Mrs. Philhour were married in the Mrs. Philhour presented a day for Bible study and pray~?i church on June 24, 1995 with heartwarming history of the service. If we at Scripture Baptist Pastor Jenkins officiating, church since its inception by her Church can pray for you or if you,, Celbrants included Pastor father, who was led by God start have any questions please call.?. James Flores of Lighthouse Bap- the church in Lordsburg. Pastor 575-542-8059. :~~ • " Brln'g a fr~end~t ~ .IN,, ,,~.' 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