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4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2014 Animas Public Honor R011 list All "A" Honor Roll 1st Grade MaKayla Jarvis Levi Kellogg Rhylee Potter Kimber Rudiger 2rid Grade Ava Peterson 3rd Grade David Hurt 4th Grade James Hurt Boy Kellogg Erick Sanchez 5th Grade Parker Winkler 6th Grade AngaLeena Jarvis Sierra Minos YVC team takes part in Summit 7th Grade Ryan Estrada LordsburgYouth Volunteer Corp (YVC) team members traveled to Kansas City, Missouri last week to 8th Grade participate in theYVC Summit. Pictured above with Kansas City Mayor Sly James is Jessica Sanchez,. Lindsey Massey first 9 ks Johnny Holder Amie Manos Tell Swift Ty Wagley Ryb.ecca Webster 9th Grade Chance Kipp 10th Grade Brenda Acosta Leann Ashurst Gilbert Graham Kylee Guilliam Patrick Needham Job Sarellano llth Grade Garrett Green Logan Klump Braiden Washburn Zachary Winkler 12th Grade Alondra Armendariz Christian Arredondo Jared Floyd Brittney Hoffman Tommy Holder Tyler Shultis Lordsburg Schools Breakfast/Lunch Menu Monday, October 20 Maverick Burger Breakfast With Green Chile Cereal French Fries Fresh Fruit Lettuce/Tomato/Pickle Christy Ortiz, Natasha McCants and Lupita Barsness. Courtesy photo Xavier Schartz Fruit Juice Bananas Annual MLK Day event to include Y TierneyWashburn Graham Crackers(K-12) Asst. Low-FatMilk • 9th Grade Asst. Low-Fat Milk Thursday, October 23 Cody Moore Lunch Breakfast 10th Grade Nachos Supreme Breakfast Sandwich competition for area s ',h001 stud nts TianaGibson Pinto Beans Fresh Fruit t Jade Massey Tossed Salad Fruit Juice • Rayce Wagley Tropical Fruit Asst. Low-Fat Milk Submitted by ABE What It Means To Me". " Essay writers from the el- 12tb Grade Asst. Low-Fat Milk Lunch VILLARREALIWNMU Essay participants will be ementary and middle school lev- Esmeralda Bajo Tuesday, October 21 Chicken Nuggets Students of all ages in the celebrated along with other spy- els should submit essays that are Holly Freeman Breakfast Potato Wedges Grant County, Luna County and cial guests at the annual Martin a minimum of one paragraph in Emily Graham Breakfast Burrito Green Beans Hidalgo County school districts Luther King Jr Day celebration length. These essays should also Dallas Pompeo Fresh Fruit School Roll are invited to participate in an on Monday, January 19 on the address the meaning of the Mar- A/B Honor Roll Fruit Juice Pineapple Tidbits essay contest titled "The Dream: Western New Mexico University tin Luther King Jr legacy to each 1st Grade Asst. Low-Fat Milk Asst. Low-Fat Milk I • l . = campus, writer. Isabel Dominguez Lunch Friday, LOCal nauntea For the high school division, Essays can be'written in any October 24 Haley Elias Stuffed Crust Pizza Breakfast ......... a panel of submission readers will language. Entry deadline is De- 2rid Grade Tossed Salad Mini Pancakes . r select one student participant to cember 1. All entries will be dis- Aric Conover n~H_~{~. _~.~ 'r~'~r receive a paid semester of tuition played prominently in a public Broccoli w/Ranch Dressing Fresh Fruit Berenise Garcia Grapes Fruit Juice ............ to WNMU, High school entries setting on the WNMU campus James Jarvis . ---- AA should be aminimum of threethroughout January and February. Lucas Mulgannon Wednesday,ASst" Low-FatoctoberMilk 22 LunchASSt" Low-Fat Milk |]~.t ~'."~[~ paragraphs in length. Essays For more information, con- Journey Sheehan Breakfast Turkey Ham & Cheese Hoagie vv~,a m,v vv should address what the legacy tact Abe Villarreal at 3rd Grade Breakfast Pizza Lettuce/Tomato/Pickle Spear • of Martin Luther King Jr means 575 538 6336 or Rylee Cook Nightmare on DeMoss " " " Fresh Fruit Chips to the student news@wnmu edu Street--that's the theme of this ' • • Diego Renteria ' Halloween haunted house ' ~t/]' ~ 4th Grade Fruit Juice Apple years l t lAl rc/l Hrlrl l ii1¢ Asst. Low-Fat Milk Asst. Low-Fat Milk at the Hidalgo Complex, which VIwlILIIIt¢, t~l/I,#llt,~/d/ /U/II I1~1 I¥l IIl~=]l LeeOra Jarvis Lunch will be open on Wednesday, Oc- Johnny Johannes tober20 from29 6andto ThursdaY,9 p.m. OrganizingOCt°ber scholarship deadline is Nov. 10 JolieAngeleSybarraRUbi°-P°nce doptive parents the event this year is the Submitted by NMCGA/Albuquer- their families continue their edu- 5th Grade Susana Alvarez Lordsburg Elks Lodge, with as- _u=q'' cation and hopefully return to the " n in New M sistance, from La Frontera NewThe~ u~,~u..~a~oAl: ....... ~u '~vwy" fo-• the agriculture business." Omar Cast!llo will try almost anything Mexmo. annual scholarship awarded by The three scholarships will Michael Hfllebert his Indlwdual Jayden enjoys at especially likes mattl ann com puter lab, and The mission of the haunted iors in good academiCnew, standing V ,L e h~;,~°~ster,fahnai~Y do~ngin, enen tic roum man I~e affectionate,, p se enjOYcall.~ ""~"£" ~'~v'~"l spending~suu 4~z Zol~time • " Purina Mills and the New Mexico be presented to the top three up- Jalyn McDonald Submitted by CYFD ....... .... :-~... ¢~.~ ..... a..- Iamlly routine where ne is a vii- Norman Wright house ]s to prowde a safe envl- Cattle Growers Association,s plicantsduring the Joint B~umm~ ~t ~u~tc~ u~ ~tUUlJ- . ued member This young guy 6th Grade ronment for area youth and fami- ~ v .... c,,,~ .... '~ tive parent can make a huge dif- • hes The entry fee this ear will (NMCGA ~) ~,,~,~ ,~,,~,c,.~. ~ Slockmen's Convention slated for ference in the life of a child, likes to eat mac & cheese and • Y Leadership Committee (YCLC) is December 4 through December 7,, Rachel Estrada ........ Please call bean burritos, but Helena Ramlrez be one canned good per person a , November 10, 2014 according to 2014 ai the Marriott Pyramid ' Patricia Hale, ' . jacket/coat (does not have to be Cr" stal Diamond Winston North in Albuquerque. Xayden Schartz new), or a NEW toy for the Toys Y ' ' • . Klarisma Veleta CYFD Foster & . : • ......... , , .... YCLC Committee Chairman. For more lnformatmn or Adoptive Parent - Coy Wagley for Tots campmgn No monetary • • The $1,000 scholarship will scholarship applications, please " ' Recruiter at ~~ii~l~ tending school, fees or donations will be accepted be awarded to a New Mexicocontact the NMCGA office at8thC°dlGradeWrlght (505) 327-5316 . , this year to enter The items col • - • - student who is a member of the 505.247.0584 or via email at . ' ext. 1123 or 505- - Hadee Cruz lected will be used towards assist- NMCGA, the New Mexico Jun- Brenda Elias 327-5316 for mg the community throughout • " ior Cattle Growers Association, more information does benefit from HldalgoLa Frontera'shohdayandprojectsSPIRITof or the child of an NMCGA RVT, " • ' . " • . member. Graduating .high entral to celebrate R d or visit us on the - web at ized Education The event will be a multi- school seniors, and college Plan. He attends agency collaboration, with vari- • freshmen, sophomores and jun- ous groups committing to the Ribbon """'- ,~.,m Se Habla - ~l~ ~- ~ weekly therapy Espanol Jayden that will need to decoration/creation of a scary are eli-ible to a-'-l" for "-^ ..... ~ v~ y t,,c - - - continue in his roomts) ~acn agency zs respon • - award. In addition, the Young Courtesy ,uOm~,sio, Foster or Ad0pt a • new adoptive home. Jayden will sible for purchasing their own , • ' supphes setting up the room and Cattlemen s Leadership Com- In honor of Red Ribbon Week, Central and R.V. Traylor Elemen- . ........ do well in a two parent home with • , " mittee and the Allied Industries tary Schools will celebrate with the following themes: Mexico YOUth a family that is patient, calm, and cleaning ~t up afterwards A tour • ." • . Committee will also be present- Friday, October 24--LHS Homecoming (wear orange and black) .... can provide clear, repetitive, and of the Hidalgo Complex will be r~ame:g jaytteng Y g ing two $500 scholarships - one Monday, October 27--Sock it to Drugs (wear crazy socks/attire) - .~ consistent guidance. The ideal offered on October 3 at 11"00 a m ..... • • - ~ge: t~ . ,~. . . . • family for Jayden would be large, • • • to a nlgn scnom semor ano one Tuesday, October 28--The Best Me is Drug Free (wear red/pink for ~torY.eJayoen is anengag- to allow.participants to visualize to a continuing college student breast cancer awareness) the facility together, and have lots of pets • - at this same time. Wednesday, October 29--Drugs Ruin Dreams (wear sleeping apparel) enjoys being outside, riding his " There are still rooms avail ....... able and interested agencies/in- . Louege can ne very ex- Red Ribbon Week began as tribute to DEA agent Enrique "Kiki" bike, taking things apart and put- pensive for students, and we are ........... For more information about dividuals should contact Maria very pleased to be able to offer Camerena. The hometown of Kiki donned red ribbons in his honor, tag mem oack togemer. Jayaen .... • • . ...... ~oster or adoptive parentmg Sanchez Elks Youth Activities .......... • -. The red ribbon became their symbol for prevention in" order to reduce also enjoys spenamg rime wxtn ...... , me rurlna wnus scnmarsnlp .... through the New Mexico ~ml- Chairman at 575 639 2484 or [ahl~ ~een~ yo~eUat~s • ' - - again:, plus the two scholar-the demand of illegal drugs, ann.~.,,a;e~r.~,~,.L lpd42sanchez@yahoo com or r • ships Diamond said. We want According totheDEAandtheNationalFamilyPartnership, ap- ,.,~**,..~oo.~..o~,,,,~..g Edgar Gomez at 575 551 1327 or • • to help NMCGA members and proximately 80 million people participate in Red Ribbon events ev- ping, or watching movies. 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