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E  ' lUlItD I IIDImlIIIDIIIIHIIIIBIIIPLJIIIII]III!I Jd ItLIJ q ll'LI t !1!1L/,. [InllJUIJil;;i![ 4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2010 DTMS Dogies of the Week Above, DTMS Dogies of the Week for the week of October 11-15, 2010 were Arhen Higginbotham, Monet Neave and Shane Kline, Pictured with the students is Leo Garcia, Prin- cipal. At left, DTMS Dogies of the Week for the week of October 4-8, 2010 were Mikayla Munoz, Zachary Pfaff and Francine Newell. Pictured with the stu- dents is Leo Garcia Principal. Courtesy photos Operation Christmas Child 00,nares joy of Christmas with needy children Submitted by JONI KERROpera- tion Christmas Child Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan's Purse. The first year shoebox gifts were handed out was 1993. The idea was to use a regular sized shoe box, fill it with gift items for a child in unfortunate circum- stances to show them the love of Jesus. It has grown into a huge outreach ministry. Last year there were 8.2 million shoeboxes handed out in many different countries. The mission of Op- eration Christmas Child is to demonstrate God's love in a tan- gible way to needy children around the world, and together wi Iie' ocal ,church worldwide, to slia?re flie Good News of Jest/s thing to create with (pencils, cray- ons, notepads, drawing pads, etc), something to wear (socks,' T-shirt; hat. etc), and something sweet (hard candy, candy canes, lolli- pops). Some inappropriate items include breakable items, war re- lated toys, real money or toy money, anything liquid, any- thing perishable). Most of the children receiving these gifts can- not believe that someone loves them enough to grve them a gift. A photo or short note is also ap- propriate in put in your box. BUt. the most important part of pack- ing a shoebox is prayer. Pray that God will use your box to intro- duce a child to Jesus Christ and that Gd-wiH-meet that child's needs. ": c .. [ would like to share with you the journey of a shoe box. Use a standard sized shoe box (or use a plastic box with lid). You can wrap the shoe box (lid separately) but that is not necessary. The Lord already knows who will re- ceive the box you prepare. Prayerfully ask the Holy Spirit what that child needs in the shoebox. Determine whether your gift_will be for a boy or a girl, and the child's age category (2-4, 5-9. or 10-14). Use the ap- propriate label. You can down- load labels from the Samaritan's Purse website: www.samaritanspurse.org/occ. Fill the box with a variety of gifts that will bring delight to a child. Some gift suggestions are: some- thing to love (a soft toy), some- thing to play with (a ball, toy car. doll etc.), something to care for self with (a comb, toothbrush. toothpaste, hair ties, etc), some- .... , ...... After the shoebox.is com=, pleted with label and $7 dona- tion (used for shipping, publica- tion material), then you take it to a drop off center. You can also donate online using the EZ-Give method: If you donate online there is an option to track your shoe box and find out the desti- nation of your box. There is a drop off location in Lordsburg, at the Church of Christ on 5 th street. Hours of drop off during the collection week (Nov. 15-22) will be Tuesday (16  12-2pm) Wednesday (IT h 5-7pm) Friday (19  9-12am) and Sunday (21  8am-lpm). I am also available to pick up boxes if you make ar- rangements with me. The boxes are then taken to a collection site in Las Cruces and then shipped to Denver where they are processed and prepared for shipping. The boxes are then shipped overseas to the OCC Na- tional Leadership Teams, local Birthday, VINCE! 00,ouality BODY & PAINT Insurance Claims Expert Color Match Fiberglass Repair Buffing Detailing All Makes, All Models (including mototcyde) . FREE Estimates Lou Montenegro Wabash Street (across from McDonald's) Lordsburg, NM 88045 Call 575-741-0791 churches, and ministry partners to distribute the shoeboxes in their area. There is usually a big pro- duction with clowns, songs, or other visuals that tell the story of the Greatest Gift of All, Jesus. Then the children get their shoe boxes and the gospel booklet called "the Greatest Gift of All" in their own language. It doesn't stop there! The children are then invited back to participate in a discipleship program. It is called the Greatest Journey. The pro- gram consists of a 12 lesson Bible study with booklets in their own language. Upon graduating from the discipleship program they are given a New Testament (with se- lected Old Testament stories in- chided) in their own language. In Romans 10:13-15 (NLT) it says "For 'Everyone who calls on the name of the LORD will be saved.' But how can they call on him to save them unless they be- lieve in him? And how can they believe in him if they have never heard about him? And how can they hear about him unless some- one tells them? And how will anyone go and tell them without being sent? That is why the Scrip- tures say, 'How beautiful are the feet of messengers who bring good news!" The shoeboxes are an ex- tremely important part, because they are the means to provide the opportunity to share the gospel with these children, which is the most crucial part. If you are interested in pack- ing a box. hosting a packing party, or getting involved in some other way and need more infor- mation please contact Joni Kerr at 575-548-0001 or email jjkerr @ vtc.net. Lordsburg High School Honor Roll released Carbajal, Christian Garcia, Anthony ' Grado, Cristian Grado, Mariah Gutierrez, Higuera, Kline, Rebecca Munoz, Selina Sturges, Michael Talavera, Christina Tovar, Danielle Whitmore, Christopher Juniors 4,0 Lopez, Kristin Montenegro, Kristopher 3.0 Allen, Riley Allen, Ryan Alvarez, Javier Bejarano, Marisa Freshmen 4.0 Camacho-Terrazas, Joseph Gonzalez, Jessica 3.0 Artiaga, DeFoor, Tyler Gandara, Aryn Grado, Julian Gutierrez, Galrielle Marquez, Bryan Martinez, Derik McGarvey, Katie Rodriguez, Ernesto Whipple; Devany Sophomores 4.0 Sprott, Cory Thomas, Michelle 3.0 Burrola, Tonya Lordsburg Schools Breakfast, Lu,lq:h Menu Monday, October 25 Breakfast PB&J Uncrustable Asst. Juice Asst. Lowfat Milk Lunch Hamburger Curly Fries Lettuce, Tomato, Pickles Fresh Fruit Lime Applesauce . Asst. Lowfat Milk Tuesday, October 26 Breakfast Breakfast Pizza Asst. Juice Asst. Lowfat Milk Lunch Red Enchiladas Pinto Beans Tossed Salad School Roll Fruit Cocktail Asst. Lowfat Milk Wednesday, October 27 Breakfast Chorizo Burrito Asst. Juice Asst. Lowfat .Milk Lunch Asian Chicken White Rice Oriental Vegetables Fortune Cookie Pineapple Tidbits Asst. Lowfat Milk Thursday, October 28 Breakfast Nutri Grain Bar St n'pg Cheese ' '" AsSL Juice .... ," Agst. Lowfat Milk Lunch Tacos w/Cheese Spanish Rice Tossed Salad Salsa Peach Crisp Asst. Lowfat Milk Friday, October 29 B'eakfast Sausage Patty w/Biscnit Jelly O010ber, 2010, ks Fridays, S Saiurdayn and [ SundaTs. Tkis will n0l happen ugaln [or 832 7eats! ELBROCK WATER SYSTEMS, LLC General Contractors. *Pump & Windmill repair & installation *Septic Systems serviced & installed *Metal Building construction *Roofing & Concrete work West Highway 9 Edward Elbrock PO Box 50 575-548-2429 Animas. NM 88020 Cell 575-538-1812 We now accept Mastercard & Visa [] Septic Tank Pumping & Inspections [] Portable Toilet Rentals & Service [] Septic Tank Treatment Products Elbr0ek Water Systems, LLC BONDED & INSURED 575-548-2429 NM LIC, #81570-MS03 575-557-2291 gz LIC. #194466-K-80 Asst. Juice Asst. Lowfat Milk Lunch Witchy Grilled Cheese Sandwich Slimy Chicken Soup Spidery Rice Krispy Treat Eyeball Mandarin Oranges Asst: Lowfat Milk II ....... 1,: ......... I IijW' r. maA*00* !1 ELBROcKDRILLING, LLC lYxaos OSll Wecn , , POBox67 P I  Mastercapd& Animas, New Mexico 88020 I ' (575) 548-2429 ., I [I AZ RN/oMZc!iie:ii# W D!i ! Chavez, Thomas Dominguez, Lupita Estrada, Kristine Evans, Kenneth Gomez, Rachelle Gonzales, Harley Gonzalez, Kayla Gonzalez, Star Jarrott, Demitria Murillo, Karissa Sprott, Matthew Talavera, Adrianna Talavera, Daniel Thomas, Melissa Seniors 4.0 Craig, Natasha Montiel, Micah Mora, Denette Newell, Kayla 3.0 Atilano, Sarah Carbajal, Laura De La Garza, Michael Gonzalez, Alisha Lara, Abel Marquez, Alysha Martinez, Bo Oruelas, Zachary Pena, Oscar Salinas, Boaz Talavera, Zachary Tovar, Ruben Vasquez, Cassandra Southside Students of the Week Southside Elementary School Students of the Week for October 12, 2010 were Ethan Murillo, Artemisia Romero-Gallegos, Malachi Salinas and Keanna Haynes. Courtesy photo RVT Students of the Week R.V.Traylor Elementary School Students of the Week for the week of October 18, 2010 were (back) Derek Gonzalez, Evan Gomez, Angelina Aguilar, Hector Ibarra, Destiny Villa, (front) Kaylee Kempton, Mauricio Zambrano and EvaTrujillo. 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