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4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2011 RVT Students of the Week R.V.Traylor Elementary School Students of the Week for the week of September 26, 2011 were (back) Aleeh Almendarez, Angel Alvarado, Angelina Aguilar, Ignacio Zambrano, Amaya Rios, (front) Ishan Bhakta, Halley Barker and Joseph Artiaga. Courtesy photo New Mexico ACLU Southwest Chapter holds songwriter competition Submitted by WILLIAM HUDSONISan Lorenzo On Friday evening, October 28, The Southwestern Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of New Mexico will hold its Annual Meeting. at the Woman's Club in Silver City. In recognition of the National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Month, The evening's activities will focus on Constitutional civil liberties re- lated specifically to the LGBT community. As part of the event, the ACLU of New Mexico Southwest- ern Chapter and Mountain Air Productions, located at the Seedboat Gallery on Yankee Street, will co-sponsor a Singer/ Songwriter competition. Perform- ers from throughout the region were invited to submit original songs, in any genre, that focus on LGBT issues of civil liberties. Art Lordsburg Schools breakfastLunch Menu Monday, October 3 Breakfast Pop Tart Sliced Apples Juice Asst. Lowfat Milk Lunch Cheese Coney ,Dog Fries Chocolate Chip Cookie Grapes Asst. Lowfat Milk Tuesday, October 4 Breakfast French Toast Sticks Juice Asst. Lowfat Milk Lunch Hot & Spicy @ LHS & DTMS Chicken Patty on a Bun Sweet Potato Puffs Lettuce, Tomato Fruit Cocktail Asst. Lowfat Mill Wednesday, October 5 Breakfast Breakfast Pizza Juice Asst. Lowfat Milk Lunch Bean Burrito Enchilada Style Spanish Rice Tossed Salad Orange Wedges Asst. Lowfat Milk Thursday, October 6 Breakfast Breakfast Burrito Salsa Juice Asst. Lowfat Milk Lunch Breaded Chicken Drumsiick Mashed Potatoes Broccoli School Roll Bananas & Strawberries Asst. Lowfat Milk Friday, October 7 NO SCHOOE DISTRICT INSERVICE has long been a way of express- ing ideas to the public; and the Southwestern ACLU-NM chapter wants to encourage dialogue on gender and sexual orientation Day of Peace recognized The Lordsburg Girl Scout Troop was out in force throughout the community on September 23, 2011, placing pinwheels that they made 'hemselves in recognition of International Day of Peace. 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The third finalist, Mark Courtney, from Las Cruces, submitted a gentle lament on the loss of a friend. The winning Singer/Songwriter will be se- lected that evening and will be awarded a certificate for a aro- fessional recording session at Mountain Air Productions. Between performances, a premier group of speakers will address issues that affect us all, gay and straight. The speakers come with a variety of experi- ences working for LGBT equal- ity through various organiza- tions. Damie Nelson, a teacher m Cliff and President of the Silver City Chapter of Parents Families & Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) will discuss PFLAG's work supporting the local LGBI" community. Michael Huerta is the first openly gay politician to run for Mayor of Las Cruces and a Board member for New Mexico GLBTQ Centers, a local sup- port, and social organization that is now spreading to other communities in the state. The final speaker is Kathryn Turnipseed, the Assistant Direc- tor of ACLU-NM. She will provide insight into the history of LGBT efforts to achieve rights equity, as well as contin- ued efforts by the ACLU and cooperating organizations. We invite ACLU members, as well as non-members inter- ested in the civil liberties of all people to join us for an evening of wonderful music, stimulat- ing, informative presentations, "and discussion over snacks. 4-H, {i t" gradersto build wind energy technologies on 4-H National Youth Science Day Submitted by HIDALGO COUNTY 4-H On October 5% 2011 youth in Hidalgo County 4-H. and Lordsburg 6 t grade classes will join millions of young people across the nation to become sci-. entists for the day during the fourth annual 4-H National Youth Science Day (NYSD). This annual event seeks to spark an early youth interest in science and future science careers, and to reclaim the nation's position of lead- ership in scientific ex- ploration. As part of 4-H NYSD, youth will participate in Wired for Wind: the 2011 National Science Experiment. Designed by the University of Nebraska - Lincoln Extension and working in partnership with KidW'md, the 2011 National Sci- ence Experiment will demon- strate how young people can implement alternatives to tradi- tional energy production and have a positive impact on their communities and ecosystems. In Hidalgo, Wired for Wind participants will enhance their engineering skills by designing, building and testing two differ- ent wind turbine models. The National Science Experiment will also help Hidlago County Youth relate their scientific ex- periences back to their own fives as they determine the best loca- tion for a wind farm in Hidalgo County by calculaffng wind power and studying wind data and maps. "Our nation is falling be- hind other countries in the fields of science, technology, engineer- ing and math," John R. Allen, Hidalgo County 4-H Director. "Participation in 4-H NYSD and other year:round 4-H science pro- gramming offers youth and adults the opportunity to engage in sci- entific exploration and work to- gether to build the next genera- tion of our nation's scientists, engineers and mathematicians." To combat a national short- age of young people pursuing science college majors and occu- pations, and to enhance the nation's contribution to the sci- ences, 4-H National Youth Sci- ence Day demonstrates that sci- ence, engineenng, math and tech- nology are fun and attainable options for college degrees and future careers. Currently, more than five million young people across the nation participate in 4- H science, engineering, technol- ogy and applied math year-long programming. Through the One Million New Scientists, One Mil- lion New Ideas campaign, 4-H is working toward a bold goal to engage one million new young people ,in science, engineering, technology and applied math prggrams by the year 2013. Research has shownthat par- ticipation in 4-H programs like 4-H NYSD makes a positive dif- ference in the lives of youth. Youth development scholar, Dr. Richard Lerner, works with re- searchers at the Institute for Ap- plied Research in Youth Devel- opment at Tufts University to conduct The 4-H Study of Posi- tive Youth Development. The lon- gitudinal study has found that, when compared to other youth, young people involved in 4-H are: Two times more likely to get better grades in school; Two times more likely to plan to go to coNege; Nearly three times more likely to participate in science, engineering, or computer tech- nology programs, and, Three times more likely to make positive contributions to SEPTIC TANK SERVICES [] Septic Tank Installation [] Septic Tank Pumping & Inspections [] Portable Toilet Rentals & Service [] Septic Tank Treatment Products Elbr0cl00 Water Systems, LLC BONDED & INSURED 575-548.2429 NM LIC. #81570-MS03 575-557-2291 AZ LIC. #t94466-K-80  Carpet  Commercial  Stucco Tile t Residential  Cement Work  Roofing *t Block Work Fences IConstruttion t'00nil00ers o[ 004merita I "Let us build your home, " l Jose Retana Office 575.542-3529 320 W. Railway Ave Cell 575-574-2257 Lordsburg, NM 88045 License #93832 their families and communities. Overall, the study found that the advantages of 4-H participa- tion include higher educational achievement and higher motiva- tion for future education. As part of the Cooperative Extension System of the United States Department of Agriculture and implemented by the nation's 111 land-grant colleges and uni- versifies, 4-H has been educating youth in the sciences for more than 100 years. In fact, the land- grant colleges and universities have been deeply involved in en- vironmental research for some time and will showcase their work to inspire youth around the na- tion on 4-H National Youth Sci- ence Day. 4-H'S robust, university re- search-based science curriculum, combined with new initiatives like 4-H National Youth Science Day, will arm young people with the necessary technical skills to help Ameiica maintain its com- petitive edge in the global mar- ketplace. About 4-H National. Youth Science Day 4-H National Youth Science Day takes place every year dur- ing National 4-H Week (this year October 2 'd through the 8). Pre- vious National Science Experi- ments include: Helpful Hydrogels Biofuel Blast, and 4-HO. The 2011 4-H National Sci- ence Experiment - Wired for Wind - was developed by the Univer- sity of Nebraska-Lincoln and the University of Nebraska Coopera- tive Extension program. Gener- ous sponsor support has been pro- vided by Toyota, Motorola, BAE Systems, Fleischmann's Yeast, Wal-Mart, the KidWind Project and the NAtional Science Teach- ers Association. For more infor- mation on 4-H National Youth Science Day, please visit www.4- h.org/nysd. Or, to find a 4-H youth development program near you, go to www.4-H.org. . "11 About 4-H -:--c., 4 " "   -H is a commumty i'.::. of six million young ,, ,:' people across America  learning leadership, citizen- ship, and life skills. National 4- H Council is the private sector, non-profit partner of 4-H National Headquarters located at the Na- tional Institute of Food and Agri- culture (NIFA) within'USDA. 4- H programs are implemented by the 111" land-grant colleges and universities and the Cooperative Extension System through their 3,100 local Extension offices across the country. Learn more about 4-H at www.4-H.org or find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/4-H. Used band instruments wanted The Lordsburg Municipal Schools Band program is cur- rently seeking used instruments. Any county resident who has an instrument that they are not us- ing are invited to donate it to the school, This donation can be used as a tax deduction. For more in- formation, contact Ms. Cordova at jcordova@lmsed.org, 575- 542-3782 or Jacob Dunlap at jsdunlap06@gmail.com. Southside Readers of the Week Southside's "100,000 Word" Readers of the Week were Toby Cruz and Keanna Haynes. 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