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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2009 3 SBDC Report Not enough hours in a day and crunched for ti: By LINDA HOLLANDER, for the SBDC Are you feeling like there aren't enough hours in the day .for everything you have to do? If you're time-crunched, here are 7 Sips to let help you add more pro- "ductive hours in your day and even take the time to...breathe. 1. Use the 80/20 Rule. We "all know that 80 percent of our .results come from 20 percent of our efforts. Figure out what the top 20 percent of your activities are and concentrate on them. Del- .egate the other tasks or put them Work with a Timer. Buy a kitchen timer and turn it on when you start a task. Take Frequent Breaks. Avoid working for hours on the phone or your computer with no breaks. Get up, stretch and walk around every hour. If you're in a home office, you could take a walk around the block. If not, you can just go outside. Breathing in fresh air and looking at nature will re-charge your battery. Strive For Completion, Not Perfection. Too many of us are perfectionists and it blocks us 1430, and her we iswww.WealthyBagLady The Western New University Small Busines: opment Center (SBDC) o sistance to entrepreneurs starting a business or wa expand an existing bt These services are avallat cost. Call 538-6320 for pointment with a busine sor. or email sbdc@wm The SBDC office is loc the second floor of the Be ward Global Resource C~ 12th Street. More info~ file off until later Reduce the Time You Spend on Email. Set up electronic file folders and flag messages from clients and other key contacts. Avoid the urge to check your email every few minutes. Put Fun Names On Your Daily Activities. According to Lisa Nichols, one of the teachers in the Secret Movie, we need to -put fun names on our tasks. In- stead of checking email, she calls it "'Finding money." Instead of "working out, she calls it, "Bring- ing sexy back." site com Mexico Devel ~fers as who are ating to siness. le at no an ap- ;s advi- ated on se-For- ;nter on mation from completing tasks and mov- may be found at ing on to the most important cash ercity/ flow activities in our businesses, index.html. ' Reward Yourself For Corn- Call the office for more in- aPletingtask, indulgeTaSks" After completingyourself with a events.frmatin about these u coming, After the Game Huddle a success at Ace piece of chocolate and savor the -October 9-10; 16-17: "Okla- Football players, "students, ["Facing The Giants" was Valley View Community Church, flavor, homa , Fine Arts Theater parents and pastors all got to- shown on the "big screen" thanks Joni Kerr, Bill and Nancy Cloudt Linda' Hollander, The .October 23-25: WNMU We thy Bag Lady, is the (author Homecoming Weekend gether after the game on Friday to I on Turnage of Playas Corn- from the Rodeo Gorcery, Tammy night Sept. 25 for the first 'After mur ity Ministries. " Hopkins, Bootheel Youth Assoc., of ' Bags to Riches" and founder .October 24: WNMU vs The Game Huddle"at the Animas [Thanks to the many support- Coach Thatcher his wife Terry, of the (Women s Small Business Highlands University Expo on April 28, 2010.((She is .November 10: Men's bas- Community Center. ers fthis event; Leroy Lacey of Sandy Arambula and Olga Everyone was treated to the I Animas/Rodeo BaptistRamirez of Lordsburg and all of also the president of the Interna- ketball - WNMU vs University FREE pizza from the Rodeo Tav- Chu :ches, Ernie, Beverly and the coachescplayers, students and tional Sponsorship Association. of Arizona in Tucson em. candy, snacks, popcorn, soda Jare~l Fralie, Dale and Kip Young,parents for attending. She can be reached at 310-337- Senior Citizens and water. / Lunch Menu Monday, October 12 Continued from Page I plea Center Closed Ruiz accOunt Pi; Socorro Rico of Silver City, Maria Columbus Day Rico of Las Cruces and Dora Tuesday, October 13 An account has been estab'- Juanita P.Rico Alvarez and husband Danny of Beef Stroganoff lished at Western Bank to help a fr Egg Noodles raise funds for Elisa Ruiz. who is Con "Juanita P. Rico, 69 of Silver City; 3 brothers, Jose, Broccoli in need of a kidney transplant dtie Lordsburg entered eternal rest on :Friday, October 2, 2009 at Gila Regional Medical Center. A visitation and Rosary were held on Sunday, October 4 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Lordsburg. The funeral liturgy was" celebrated on Monday, October 5, 2009 at the same church with .Father Vigilio Flores officiating. The committal service and inter- Juanita P. ment followed at Shakespeare Rico and sister, Guadalupe Salas. Ventura and Pedro Pena and their families of Mexico. Also surviving her are 9 grandchildren. Julio Escobar, Maricela Pesqueira, Gina Alvarez, Ruby Alvarez, Jaime Alvarez, Venessa Chavez, Samantha Tarar/go, Luna Tarango and Brandon Rico; 8 great-grandchildren, Lexi, Ismeria, Cruz, Ayden, Alina, Kai, Avi and Roary. Many friends and family also survive her. She was preceded in death by her mother Carrot Raisin Salad Banana Wednesday, October 14 Chicken Pot Pie Green Beans/Mushrooms Salad Dinner Roll Fruit Salad Thursday, October 15 Beef Taco Lettuce/Tomato/Onion Spanish Rice Salsa Corn Gelatin/Apricots Friday, October 16 " Roast Beef Mashed Potatoes/Gravy Mixed Vegetables WW Roll/Margarine Cake 'Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jaime '" Mfs I i66 was b srifM /r6h Alvarez, Julio Escobar, Brandon 1, 1.940in Buenaventtlra, Chihua- Rico, Anthony Munoz, Danny hua, Mexico to Ventura and Alvarez, Nee Pesqueira and Ray Concepcion (Tapia) Pena. She Chavez. was a communicant of the Catho- To send condolences, please lic Church and enjoyed helping login to: her family and children, worry- ing and taking care of them all. She also enjoyed going to bingo and to the casinos. Mrs. Rico is survived by her husband of 50 yrs., Tomas Rico of the home; son, Jesus Tomas Rico of Las Cruces; 3 daughters, Entrusted to the care of Baca's Funeral Chapels of Silver City, Baca's Silver City Crema- tory, 3805 Delk Drive. Phone 388- 2334. Exclusive provider for "Veterans & Family Memorial Care" My grandson Robert has gone forever. I won't f6i'get him, no not ever. He wash]he strongest boyyou will ever see. He was eve hm i always wanted him to be He Wag milch wiser than hisyears, talk, you wouldn't believeyour ears. filled with love. re wa5 no'doubt he was an angel from above. _ in so much pain c using the blood from .... I staved by hts side day I a ked hi ' da/ly tf he wanted to 5, jb He;f0ught so hard until ! heldhis hand and told him tel all he wantedJ and lesus took him'by ;S h , ey showed:htmahe way to a b K ert ught everyone:so ma When they left hls room they knew Gbd hadblessed him. We have all come together to show! iur love, I know he is in heaven smiling down at us from above. Robert is alive in all our hearts. He ts alive in Heaven where it all starts Cottage House 575.542.8880 So let's take from him one last lesson, And know he's an angel in another world called Heaven. to Lupus. Visit any Western Bank teller to make a donation. Court closed Municipal Court will be closed October 12-16 to allow staff members to attend training. The office will re-open on Mon- day, October 19, 2009. Active & Alive The ACTIVE and ALIVE groups meet a couple of days each week and would love to have anyone that would like to im- prove thier health through exer- cise come and join them. The Fall session will start on Oct. 12th and will run ~hrough December 18th with the Walking & Activity Club meeting on Mondays and Wednesdays from 1-2 p.m at the Special Events Center. There are two aerobic classes- Beginners and Intermediates that meet on Monday and Wednesday. The Beginners meet from 5-6 p.m. and the interemediates from 6:15- 7:30 p.m. at the RVT Elementary School. On Tuesdays and Thurs- days the Step Aerobics class meets from 6-7 p.m. at the Central School. These classes are spon- sored by Hidalgo Medical Ser- vices. If you have any questions 200 4 Lu _, il Saturday, Octo ,i r 10 Startir/g at 11:00 AM in front of H&R Block Sm tl Medium $4 t rse $6 For more information call Lucy May at 575-542-9439 or 575-534-5292 Hidalgo County ' New Mexico Press Ii!1 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, issues a year. Subscription rates vary. Subscription rate is $30 )er 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 property of the Hidalgo County Herald and will not be returned. All information con- tained herein ts copyrighted 2009 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. Me- 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 Glteolt out our g at Iltll s! ~..~pyraisals:.Ttome, ~aneh & Commercial Hachita- BR, Bath MH plus extras 600 E. 'B' Street E. 6th St. SBR, Bath. Pyramid Shadows acres Pyramid-Fixer Upper! i 50 Lee Trevino Corner Lot. Commercial Buildings on block of Shakespeare Property Management Don Kerr-Real Estate Broker & Certified Appraisal call 542-8384 ext. 104, 6:45 p.m. Team Kids is open to Eating. contest AerobicStUdentsinclassgrades 1-6. ! Mama Rosa's Pizza will host e Halloween Pizza Eating The class that has been meet- est on Saturday, October 31. ing at the HMSConference room will now return to the Central at 8:00 p.m. There will be Schools Gym on Aug. 18th from groups. 6:30-7:30 p.m. EVERYONE IS ch to Learn INVITED to come burn fat, in: Lunch to Learn Love & Log Parenting classes are being held at HMS every Wednesday at nee beginning September 30. Plea e call 542-8384 ext. 441 to regi: ~er or for information. Te= m Kids Feam Kids is held every Wed~nesday at the First Baptist Church of Lordsburg from 6:00- crease your oxygen intake and strei~gthen you heart. Sponsored by Hidalgo Medical Services Marquez account An account has been opened at Westem Bank in Lordsburg to help benefit Joaquin Marquez. who is currently awaiting a kid- ney transplant. Ask any Western Bank teller for more information mauM [ike ta. t/tank weeqo,e Ice.e" t[teie #eaqerj, t/w,qhh, at d dc;ttatit t.t t/trauql tt ese tauqh. ~ik#. Iqltt. wouM like. to. eJ#eetd@ thm k a# .,;d #ie.& /a,, all Ju#part. ()ad q#l. ry u. ( 11. Largest Inventory y Used Vehicles in the Area! Ch dt out tla s great on used Trucks! 1995 Ford F-250 1990 Ford F-150 2000 Ford F-250 2000 Nissan Frontier 2008 Ford Explorer 2009 Ford Escape 2005 Chevy Silverad0 2008 Ford F-150 Silver 1977 Ford F-150 2000 Ford Windstar 2009 ford Taurus White 2000 Ford Taurus (Blue) 2008 Ford Edge 2007 Ford Fusion (red) 2009 Ford Focus (silver 2009 Ford Focus (Blue) 2003 Crown Victoria 2009 Ford Taurus Silver 2004 Lincoln T0wncar 2008 Ford Fusion 2007 Ford Edge(black) 542-3551 FORD INC. ,,,,,.,.,0,,...,,,,.,,,,,