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imilRiiilllmllll ............ -, 2 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBER 17, 2010 Four advance to District Hoop Shoot Lordsburg Elks Lodge #1813 hosted'its annual Hoop Shoot at the Special Events Center last Satur- day.Those who won their age groups and will be advancing to the District Hoop Shoot in Las Cruces on January 8, 2011 ar6-Joseph Gonzales, Lorena Martinez, Gabriella Artiaga and Johnny Plowman (not pictured).They are pictured above with Lordsburg Elks Hoop Shoot Chairman Suehaye Marquez. Herald staff photo to busi with over the holidays? Go online! By RAY VlGIIdSocial Security Public Affairs Speciafist in El Paso, Texas There's a lot to do during the holiday season. Probably the last thing on your list is spend- ing precious time at a Social Security office, waiting to con- duct business, especially if you don't need to. The busiest times for So- cial Security field offices and the agency's toll free telephone number are early in the week and early in the month So if your business can wait. it's best to contact us at other times. The same is true during the holiday season -- especially the week between Christmas and New Year's. If you must do busi- ness with Social Security dur- ing the holidays, you may ex- perience more busy signals on the telephone and longer wait times in local offices. There's an even better way to conduct your business: online at www.socialsecurity.gov. There you'll find a wealth of information and online services. For example,, you can apply Senior Citizens Lunch Menu Monday, December 20 Green Chile Hamburger Stew Salad & Dressing Cornbread & Margarine Peanut Butter Cookie Tuesday, December 21 Chicken Spaghetti Green Salad/Dressing Beets Garlic Bread Peaches Wednesday, December 22 Sweet & Sour Pork Oriental Vegetables Carrots Fruit Cocktail/Gelatin/Topping Thursday, December 23 Glazed Ham Yams Seasoned Green Beans Roll Pineapple Upside Down Cake Friday, December 24 Center Closed for Christmas rity online for Social Security ben- efits or for Medicare, and then you can check on the status of your pending application. If you're already a Social Security beneficiary, you can go online to change your address, phone number, or your direct deposit information, get a replacement Medicare card, or request a proof of income letter. Visit our website at www.socialsecurity.gov and save yourself a call or a trip to our office. But if you do need to speak to a Social Security rep- resentative one-on-one, we'll be there for you. GNF recruiting for 2 F p0siti0 Submitted by GNFISilver City Starting in early January 2011. the Gila National Forest will be recruiting wildland firefighter~, and other fire support positions for the Southwest Firefighters (SWFF) Program to supplement firefighting capabili- ties on the Forest and other na- tional incidents such as hurri-- canes, flooding, etc . The SWFF program is an organized wildland firefighting crew employed on a call-when-needed basis: the pro- gram provides the necessary train- ing, supervision, and equipment for wildland firefighting. To qualify, a person must be 18 years of age by January 1. 20tl. pass a pack test. and attend firefighting and safety training. The pack test is a test of physical endurance that requires walking a three-mile course with a 45- pound pack in less than 45 min- utes. To become a SWFF crew member or assist with other fire support positions such as a time- keeper, drivers. Public Informa- tion Officer. etc.. interested indi- viduals must attend at least one of the three scheduled informa- tion meetings. January 6. 2011. 6:00 p.m., Silver City at the Grant County Convention Center. 3031 U. S. Highway 180 East. ns January 12, 2011. 6:00 p.m., Truth or Consequences at the Black Range Ranger District of_ rice. 1804 North Date Street. January 29, 2011. 6:00 p.m., Reserve at the.Reserve Ranger District on NM Highway 12, one mile west of the village. A 2011 SWFF appli..cation packet, a training schedule, and information on the physical re- quirements will be provided at all scheduled meetings. We hope to see you there. For additional information. please contact Acting Fire Staff Officer Gabe Holguin. (575) 388- 8233. at the Gila National Forest Supervisor's Office in Silver City. Coat Drivq being held by AmeriCorps By ELIZABETH RICHINS/ Hidalgo County Herald Channing Moore and Damien Janzen. two of Animas' AmeriCorps kids. are having a coat drive. They are collecting coats for underprivileged youth. to give to them this winter sea- son. If you have any coats you would like to donate, please see one of these boys or drop off your coats to a coat collecting box. These boxes will be put in the Animas High School and at{he Cotton City LDS Church. If you have any other questions you can contact Channing Moore at 575- 636-7949. Email us at hcherald@ aznex net or give us a call at 575.542.8705 We have all the tools to keep your Business K & IN THE B We offer Professional Services for all aspeets of your small business! Including: # Payroll Monthly, Quarterly & Annual Tax Preparation Financial Statements # Bank Reconciliations i'l'l'Pl [] . 575-542-3125 212 E. Motel Drive * Suite A * Lordsburg Sixth Annual Hidalgo County H ritage Quilt Show to be held January Submitted by HIDALGO COUNTY HERITAGE QUILT SHOW COMMITTEE The Hidalgo County Heri- tage Quilt Show will be held on January 28-29. 2011. This is just around the corner! We need quilts and handwork. After rive years, our resources seem lim- ited. If you have already dis- played a quilt but would like to do another quilt, we want to include you this year. If you Mona, Grandma. Aunt or other relative sewed, knitted, cro- cheted, weaved, embroidered. etc. we want to include you. This show is to archive sto- ries about women who have a connection to Hidalgo County, Library to hold Holiday Open House Dec. 23 The Lordsburg Hidalgo Li- brary will hold its annual Holi- day Open House all day on Thurs- day, December 23. 2010. Every- one and anyone is invited to come by,"visit, enjoy the library atmo- sphere and share a little Christ- mas cheer with us. Hot apple cider will be served and a few goodies will be featured for tasting. Books from New Mexico with the emphasis on Christmas in the Southwest will be displayed. Try one of our Kindles (e-books) and read a Christmas story. The Sleigh Bell Story time for children will begin at 2:00 p.m. Littl~ ones can listen to sto- ries; build a craft and check out some holiday books. This is the time of year we like to thank all of our patrons for their support and renew old friendships plus hopefully meet some new resi- dents in our community. Come ,and join us for a day of fun. Our holiday hours will be: December 24 and 27~ Closed whether they lived here o[ you live here now. The quilts may be old. They may be in pieces. They. may be dirty. They do not need to be fancy. However they are. they have a story. Please call the Lordsburg Hidalgo Library to let us know you have one to display. We will help you write the story. We will need you to bring us the quilt beginning the first week in Janu- ary, any time during Library hours. Call 575-542-9646. Li- brary hours are 10-12, 1-6 Mon- day through Friday. Health Report released, highlights decade of health trends Continued from Page 1 2009 Unintentional injury mor- tality: 54.1 deaths per 100.000 in 2000 and 67.4 in 2009 Stable trends: Youth sexual activity HIV new infection Influenza and pneumonia mortality Suicide rates The Department's Epide- miology and Response Division compiles the State of the Health Report to better understand the complex picture of health and disease in New Mexico so the State and its partners can focus efforts to improve health. The report provides summaries of 14 issues, including healthy chil- dren. unintentional injuries. mental health, environmental health, substance abuse, health disparities and access tb health care. The report is now avail- able on the Department's website http://nmhealth.org/ ERD/healthdata/hdata.shtml or by calling 505-827-0006. CLD registration to be held January 8 in Silver City Submitted by CLDISilver City Registration for the Spring Semester of Contextualized Leadership Development (CLD) classes will be held on Saturday January 8. 2011 from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. The Silver City registration site is the Bap- tist Student Union. 909 W. Col- lege Ave. Sil'ver City. Deming registration will be held at the First Baptist Church. 206 W. Pine St.. Deming. These classes are sponsored by the South- western Baptist Association in cooperation with the Golden Gate Baptist Theological Semi- nary. CLD classes have been developed to provide quality, Bible-based ministry training in both pastors and church leaders who desire to increase their knowledge of the Bible and Christian ministry. Two classes are being of- fered for the Spring semester. "Foundations of Ministry" will be taught in Silver City by Rob- ert Brasier. pastor of First Bap- tist Church. Joe B yers, pastor of First Baptist Church. Deming will be teaching "Communicat- ing the Gospel" in Deming. Classes begin the last week of January. Cost is $225 for three hour class Payment is due at the time of registration. For additional information contact Director Tar Henderson. 575-535 2977 and December 3Ut--Closed. All ....... :11 ~.. ~n 1, , c a geographically convenient set- teh0623@gilanet.com otner oay~ wi, oc tu-l~., ~-o M,,,~a,,, ,h .... h Frin-,, .~ti~g.- ~sse~,are::~desig~qd ffor .,, .: ..... DTMS holdsannual spelling bee Dugan-Tarango Middle School held its annual spelling bee on Friday, December 10, 2010.The spellin! bee was organized by Raquel Montiel and was judged by Lois Saucedo, Rebecca Estrad~ Culberson. Brian Culberson was the pronouncer. The winners of the spelling bee were: 1st place-- Dakota, Ulibarri, 2nd place~Veronica Eckert, 3rd place--Samantha Contreras, 4th place~Lorena Gandarilla, 5th place~Taylor Gandara and 6th place---Kayci Alvarez. The DTMS winners will com- pete against the winners from Central Elementary School on January 21, 2011 at the DTMS gym Pictured above are all the students who participated in the event. Courtesy photo FUNERAL HOME 408 Main Street Lordsburg, NM 88045 (575) 542-9444 Harry Bright/Owner ,. Cremations and Monuments Grant Luna Hidalgo Catron Counties @ znex .net i