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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2010 5 Here's tO Healtht. t. t. i Early detection key with breast cancer Contributed by HIDALGO into the breast formational pamphlets and COUNTY HEALTH CONSOR- * Discharge (fluid) from shower self-exam cards at TIUM the nipple, especially if it's Animus Schools' Kindergarten Did you know that breastbloody through Fifth grade parent- cancer is the most common * Scaly, red, or swollen skin teacher conferences. A draw- cause of cancer in women, aside on the breast, nipple, or areola ing was held using the names from non-melanoma skin can- (the dark area of skin at the cen- of attendees, and thege bags were cer? The sent home for risk of get- those parents. ling breast The Health Con- cancer in- sortium would creases with like to offer age. but more informa- with the ad- tionai pamphlets vances " in and self-exam screening, shower cards to ( d i a g n o s i s, county residents and treat- to help keep ment. the them on track )) death rate for monthly self- has de- exams. More clined. Re- promotional ac- search is tivities will be ongoing to held in upeom- Seniors Merrilee Richardson, Elizabeth Richins, Nidia Nieblas, Kayla Shelton develop ing months Lady Panthers end season in State Semi Finals even more throughout the - effective county. Please screening email or call for By ELIZABETH. RICHINSl a little harder time. They lost both 25-19. and treatment programs as well. ter of the breast). The skin may information: (575)313-33"48 or Hidalgo County Herald sets to Jal, though, and this put Their win ~ainst Des Here are some things to look for, have ridges or pitting so that it We The Animas Lady Panthers them 2"d in their pool. Moines made tl~c Panthers one of as early breast cancer most of- looks like the skin of an orange, would also like to thank all who ended their 2010 volleyball sea- They were matched up with the final tour team~ i, lhc tourna- ten does not cause any syrmp- See your health care pro- donatedto thiswonderful sen'in Albuquerque during the Cimarron in Regional play Thurs- ment. and also put them in the toms: vider about any symptom that cause! State Tournament. The Panthers day night, and won in 3 sets. The Semi-finals against Tatum. A lump or thickening in does not go away. Get regular made it all the way to-the Semi- scores of the sets were 25-19, 25- Though the Panthers fought hard. or near the breast or in the un- checkups and do monthly Self- -. e,.,,linl Jamt,v~'dl~l finals, and then lost to the Tatum 15, and 25-23. Once they beat out they lost the game in 3 sets to the derarm area exams. Remember, Early De- Coyotes, who went on to become Cimarron, the Panthers advanced Lady Coyotes. A change in the size or tection Saves Lives! L the 2010 State Champions. to quarter finals, where they met The Lady Panthers had a shape of the breast The Health Consortium re- De held ~n Silver ,n pool play on Thursday, up with the Des MoinesDemons. great season. There were four se- '~ Dimpling or puckering incently offered bags with free Animus played Escalante and Jal. The game was intense, and ntors on the team who will be the skin of the breast Breast Cancer Awareness t-shirts City Dec-i~~e~ Pool play was set up with 3 teams Animus won the first 2 sets. 25- missed next year and that in- * A nipple turned inwardpromoting early screening, in- . in each pool, and they played 2 17 and 25-18. In the 3rd set. the eluded Merrilcc Ric.hardson. sets to 25. The Panthers played Demons came back and won 23- Kavla Shelton. Nidia Nieblas. Whodunit Entertainment, well against both teams, and beat 25. but that didn't stop the Pan- and Eliz~abeth Richi,:s. Great job out of Clifton. Arizona, will be Escalante in both sets, 25-8. thers. They ended the match in on a fantastic sca~son ladies! hosting Jingle Jam Christmas Against Jal, though, Animus had the 4th set. beating the Demons Concert inSilverCityonDecem- 'BI Me Ultima' to conclude state ber 18, 2010. According to pro- moter Jacques Bergmans, per- formers who will be on the ticket included Amanda Perez, tour in Silver City November 19 Broadkast, Blast, Dirty Mexican Joe and Geminii. The event will Submitted by MRAClSilverCity "Bless Me. Ultima." the play. The production wil] feature be hosted by China and Maul of KNUW 95.1 FM. "Everything is connected. The spectacular event will dance, live music and traditiomt! Take all that is good and beauti- be held at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 19 at New Mexican populaT music (in- The event will be held in the ful into your heart - you will see the Western New Mexico Univer- eluding corridos and Christmas Grant County Conference Center how it is all one beautiful mys- sity Fine Arts Center Theatre. carols) sung by tt~e cast. (the old Wal-Mart).Sponsorship is tery."-Ultima Rudoffo Anaya's award-win- In many scenes, video pro- being sought to help out with this The Mimbres Region Arts nlng novel, which many locals jections highlighting the beauty event, and artist booth spaces area Council in a partnership with had the opportunity to read dur- of the New Mexican landscapes available. For more information Theater Group New Mexico, The ing the 200.9 Big Read program, of Santa Rosa. Las Pasturas and contact Robert Roman at 210- Vortex Theater and the National has been adapted by the author Puerto deLum~ will be shown m 394-5633 or Bergmans at 928- Hispanic Cultural Center will expressly for the interpretation by thb background ot the drama. 865- 1155 or present the Southwest J~inale of Albuquerque's Vortex Theatre. Rivera said dfis ~i~ual imag- " " 'l" r~ ~. ,'. While in Silver City. day presen- cry compliments the ~oal_~ ~'t ~t,~. .... Dugan-Tarango Middle School tation will also include children tima. the play's main character, to actors from Silver City's Theater opening hel .veung hicnd "Ibnv'~ Boy's 7th 8 8th Grade Basketball 20010- 1 Group New Mexico. eyes so he can sec' the beauty of DATE OPPONENT TIME The group's presentatiofi in the landscape and tmderstand the: Tuesday, November 16 vs: Duncan, AZ 4:00/6:00PMGrant County will be umque in spiritual roots of his culture. Tuesday, No~ember30 @ I..a Plata 4:00/5:00 PM that it is the final production in Tickets arc $5 for students. the Vortex' series. As thecommon $15 for MRAC memt~crs and $20 Saturday, December 4 @ Morenci, AZ Tournament TBA Monday, December6 vs. Moretlci, AZ 4:00/5:00PM phrase goes - the best will be for non-membcr~. Mcmbcr~ can Thursday, December 9 vs. ka Plata 4:00/5:00 PM saved for last! also purchase a ~e~'..,,o~ pass earl- Set in Guadal.upe. a rural tling them m three p,:rl'ormancc~ Tyke Kipp in the Saddle Bronc competition Saturday, December11 @Snell 10:00/11:00 AM town in eastern New Mexico.series shows ff~r ~;4~! Tyke Kipp wins five of Thursday, December,6 vs. MesillaValleyChristian 4:00/5:00PM struggling with socioeconomic The addition:,{ pcrformanc~ Tuesday, January 4 @ Cliff 5:00/6:00 PM .changes brought about by WWII. series even~ will tc~ti~rc the ex- ' Thursday, January6 vs.Snell 4:00/5:00PM "Bless Me, Ultima" begins with plosive gypsy jazz ~,f FJshtank All Around ), title~ Tuesday, January,, vs. Cti. 4:00,5:30PM the book's author experimenting Ensemble. Jan 29. 2011. and the . 'Saturday January15 vs. Deming 10:00/11:00AM with his story in order to find the energetic, but lraditional Celti~ Tuesday, January 18 Animas (8t" Only) 5:00 PM truth of his past and Ultima's true sounds of Slide on March 26. Thursday, January 20 @ Hatch Valley 4:00/5:00 PM narrative. For more i nlormation, call Couitesy submission Saturday, January22 @ MesillaValleyChristian 10:00/11:O0AM Dramatic scenes move flu- the Arts Council au 575-538- What a fall semester Animus High School senior Tyke Kipp has Tuesday, January 25 @ Animus (8t" Only) 5:0015M idly between the reality of a rural 2505. visit New Mexico family and commu- or stop into the MRAC olfice lo- rodeohad duringassociation.the fallTherOdeONMHRAseasOnheldfor sixtherodeosNeW Mexicothis semesterHigh startingSChl Thursday, January 27vs. Hatch Valley 4:00/5:00 PM nity into the realms of fantasy, cared on the south '.dde of the in Gallup on August 27-28. Each location has to full two rounds each Dugan-Tarango Middle School memory and magic. Wells Fargo Bank lh.filding, 1201 weekend. Animus High School has three senior members participat- Girl's ~ 8 8th Grade Basketball 2010-1 "The play, as the novel, pro- N. Pope St. ing this year including; Channing Moore (Bull Riding), Gabe PATE_ ~ OPPONENT TIME poses responses to the contempo- The performance is being rary crisis of values based on the supported by miler sponsor Scott Hernandez (Team Roping) and four event cowboy Tyke Kipp (Bare- Tuesday, November 16 vs. Duncan, AZ (7-8) 3:O0/5:00 PM need for spiritual healing and re- Nichols Motors and the 24 Club. back. Saddle Bronc. Team Roping,Steer Wrestling). The following are results from the rodeos this semester. Tuesday, November30 vs. ka Plata (7-8) 4:00/5:0~ PMconstruction," Vortex direct or lodging sponsol:s Copper Manor GALLUP (Aug 27-28) BBR SBR SW TR Saturday, December 4 @ Morenci, AZToumarnent (7/8) (TBA) Villi Rivera said. "We consider and Holiday [nn Ex press, radio/ Tyke Kipp All-Around 1st 68 1st 68 (Ave) 3rd 64 1ST 5.17 IST Monday, December6 @ Morenci, AZ(7-8) 4:00/5:00PM the play a testament to the slg- media sponsor Q92 FM. and the 5:12 (Ave)'6tfi Thursday, December9 @ La Plata (7-8) 4:00/5:00PM nificance of Chicano tradition New Mexico Depamncm of Tour- GRANTS (Sept. 11-12) Saturday, December 11vs. Snell (7-8) 10:00/11:00 AM and to the Native American myth ism. Tyke Kipp All-Around 1st 65 1st 65 (Ave) 3rd 64 4th 5.85 2rid 5.81 Thursday, December16 @ Mesilla Valley Christian (7-8) 4:00/5:00PM for spirituality growth and devel- This project i,, also made 7th w/Gibe Tuesday, January 4 vs. Cliff (7-8) 5:00/6:00 PM opment." possible in par~ by New Mexico Rivera said the production is Arts. a division of the Department TykeALAMOGORDOKipp 1st 2nd(Sept'20.4611-19) Thursday, January 6 @ Snell (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PMalso a tribute to curanderismo and of Cultural Affairs. the National ARTESIA (Oct. 1-2) Tuesday, January11 @ Cliff (7-8) 5:00/6:00 PMits teachings and the quest for all Endowment for the Arts. and the Tyke Kipp All-Around 2rid 71 2rid 7.25 2rid 11.89 8th w/Gibe Thursday, January 13@Deming(7-8)_ 4:00/5:00PM New Mexicans' personal and cul- Amerfcan Recovery and Rein- MORIARTY (Oct. 8-9) Tuesday, January 18 vs. Animus (7-8) 3:00/4:00 PMrural identity, vestment Act. Tyke Kipp 1st 70 2rid 63 1st 5.4 1st 5.82 (Ave) Thursday, January20 " vs. Hatch Valley (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PM"Bless Me, Ultima" is based The Mimbres Region Arts LOVINGTON (Oct. 23-24). Saturday, January22 vs.MesValleyChristian_(7-8) 10/11AM on respect for all creation, human Council uses the power of the Tyke Kipp All-Around 1st 68 (Ave) 1st 5.69 4th 16.70 Tuesday, January25 @ Animus (7-8) 3:00/4:00PM and earth; and the quest for har- Arts to inspire, enrich, and The students will begin spring schedule starting in March. Keep Thursday, January27 @ HatchVailey (7-8) 4:00/5:00PM mony" he said. strengthen our local communi- up the good work. ' " ties. Las Asembleas De Dios 701 Animas St. t Lordsburg, NM Cada servicio en Domingo a las 1"0.45 a.m. y Tenemos un en Espanol. How Does Methamphetamlne Affect the Brain? 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