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4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2012 Southside Students of the Month Students of the Month at Southside Elementary School for December 2012 are Noah Madrid, Chloe Barrera, Artie DeLaGarza and Xaria DeLaGarza. Courtesy photo DOH launches Pertussis campaign Continued from Page 1 months of age All children should re- ceive a booster dose, called DTaP, prior to school entry at 4 to 6 years of age Children between 7 and 10 years of age who are behind on pertussis vaccine should get a Tdap Children should receive a booster dose of Tdap at entry to middle school if they haven't , Lu Monday, January 7 Breakfast Breakfast Break Juice Asst. Low-fat Milk Lunch Stuffed Bread Stivks Marinara Sauce Garden Salad w/Tomato Wedges Pineapple Tidbits Asst. Low-fat Milk Tuesday, January 8 Breakfast ~ ~ ~ + ,, Peanut Butter'~ & Uncrustable Juice Asst. Low-fat Milk Lunch Chicken Patty on a Bun French Fries Tomato & Cucumber Salad Orange Asst. Low-fat Milk Wednesday, January 9 Breakfast Breakfast Burrito Juice Asst. Low-fat Milk Lunch received one previously All teens or adults should receive a Tdap booster if one was not given at entry to middle school All pregnant women should receive a Tdap booster after the 20'h week of pregnancy if they have not received one in the past Anyone caring for or spending time with an infant iS nch menu Tuna Boat should receive a Tdap booster if they have not received one in the past, including people 65 'and older All healthcare personnel should receive a Tdap booster, as soon as feasible, if they have not received or are unsure if they have previously received a dose of Tdap Anyone With a cough illness should make sure to cover their cough, wash hands frequently with soap and water or an alco- hol-based hand sanitizer and have the cough evaluated by a healthcare provider. Early de- tection and treatment of pertus- sis is an important step to help prevent ongoing spread of the disease. You can find more in- Sun Chips Shredded Lettuce & Tomato w/ formation at pertussis at http:// Pickle Spear nmhealth.org/Pertussis/ Fresh Pear Asst. Low-fat Milk Thursday, January 10 Breakfast Ham & Cheese Croissant Asst. Low-fat Milk Lunch Chicken Nuggets Jelly-" "M~xed Vegetables-'-=" ~ School Roll Apple Asst. Low-fat Milk Friday, January 1.1 Breakfast Pancake on a Stick Asst. Low-fat Milk Lunch Meat Burrito w/Potatoes & Green Chile Refried Beans Shredded Lettuce & Tomato Assorted Fruit Asst. Low-fat Milk Rural Bookmobile West to visit ,.,o,+o,,+ .... '"'+ ++ Hida 0C0tmty d of the Week The Teacher's Association of Lordsburg is dedicating this space to the memory of the brave and dedicated teachers who lost their lives in the Sandy Hook Elementary, Newtown. CT shooting on December 14. TAL also salutes those faculty and staff at the school who took heroic actions to keep their students safe in the horrific face of danger. The New Mexico State Li- brary Rural Bookmobile West will be visfting Hidalgo County and surrounding areas on the fol- lowing dates: Thursday, January 17, February 14 and March 14 Rodeo Grocery/Cafr-2:00 - 2:45 Animas Post Office-3:i5 - 3:45 Hachita Food Mart-4:30 - 5:30 Rural Bookmobile West serves Catron, Cibola. Grant, Hidalgo, McKinley, Sierra, Socorro and Valencia Counties. The program is funded in part with a grant from the Insti- tute of Museum and Library Ser- vices which administers the Li- brary Services and Technology Act. The bookmobile vehicles are purchased with funding appro- priated by the New Mexico state legislature. Funds contributed by several counties support the book budget. presents Trails nd Rails in concert Courtesy submission Trails & Rails is pleased to return to the Sierra Vista area and to everyone's favor- ite place to play, and to listen - the Arizona Folklore Preserve. Their last ap- pearance here was during the Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival in February where they intro- duced the Trails & Rails Trio - Walt Richards and Paula Strong with bass player extra- ordinaire, Mike Craig. Since Mike's return from a long sojourn in Florida to Trails & Rails' home area of San Diego, the Trio has been playing all kinds of different events - Western, of course, but also his- torically-based pro- grams that tell an intriguing story of the development of the west- em half of the country. Audience response to these shows is always enthusiastic. In addition to wonderful trio harmonies, Walt on banjo and Mike on his unique stand-up bass have amazing instrumental 'du- ets' that have to be seen/heard to be believed. Their latest CD, Off the Beaten Path, is in the list of top 20 CDs compiled for the fall edi- tion of The Western Music Association's journal, The West- ern Way. It joins six prior CDs by Trails & Rails that can be found on iTunes and Amazon, as well as at the AFP bookstore. In addition, Trails & Rails has had multiple past Western Music Association nominations, including CD Of the Year, Song of the Year, Traditional Group of the Year, Instrumentalist of the Year, and Poet (Les Buffham)/ Musician Collaboration of the Year. There's more about them on their website: www.trailsandrails .net and on CDBaby, where you .. c~n,hear a ,sao~=ling of all their faO .~ :- ww w~cdb'ab y~com/Ar.r~is t/ "Celebrate Silver" opening at MRAC Gallery A new exhibit will be open- ing on January 4 in the Mimbres Region Art Council gallery in the Wells Fargo Bank building and is featuring the photography of local FeVa Fotos photographers Sandy Feutz and Tom Vaughan. "Celebrate S ilver" is the theme for this show and features many never-seen-before photos of lo- cal events, people, places and more. The public is cordially in- vited to an opening reception from 3:30 till 4:30 on Friday, January 4. The exhibit will also be available for viewing from 9 am through 4 pm . Tuesday through Friday and ending Janu- ary 31. ber TrailsRails. Energy - Variety - Songs you know and love - with a bit of his- Trails & Rails tory on the side. With some- thing for everyone, they'll have you laughing and singing and being very glad you came out to the Folklore Preserve to cel- ebrate the last weekend of 2012. Make your reservations soon to see this dynamic trio - you'll be glad you did. And you might want to plan to spend time before the concert hiking in The Nature Conservancy's beautiful Ramsey Canyon Preserve or vis- iting the old ranch house at Brown Canyon Ranch. Both are located on Ramsey Canyon Road, just a stone's throw from the AFP. You'll want to al- low time, either before or after the perfor- mance, to browse through the selection of CDs, books, hand- made pottery and jew- elry, and other items offered for sale in the AFP bookstore. Light refreshments and bev- erages are also avail- able for purchase. Admission is $15 for adults, $6 for chil- dren age 17 and under. All performances start at 2 p.m. To make res- ervations, visit the AFP website, www.arizona folklore.cam, or call 520-378-6165. Upcoming per- formers at the AFP in- clude Carolyn Martin with a tribute to Patsy Cline on January 5 and 6, and Territorial Brass, recreating the golden age of the American town band, on January 12 and 13. To Get There: Go 6 miles south of Sierra Vista on Highway 92 to Ramsey Canyon Road. Turn right (west) on Ramsey Canyon Road, drive 3.3 miles into the canyon, and watch for the AFP sign and en- trance on the left. r, adoptive parents nl in-New Mexico Submitted by CYFD Becoming a foster or adop- tive parent can make a huge dif- ference in the life of a child. Join us for an information meeting to be held this month of Feb- ruary in your area. Please call Ronny Diaz| t~GYEt~_ Foster & Adop- , ti~ Parrot ~i cruiter at (575) 434-5950 ext. 121 for more informatioo or wsit us on the web at www.cyfd.org. Se Habla Espanol Foster or Adopt a New Mexico Youth Name: Fred Age: 13 Gender: Male Introducing Fred. a bright, outgoing and energetic guy! When he is not playing with his electronic games or reading books, he can be found on the baseball diamond. Star Wars is a big favorite of his, and he likes to do woodworking and other craft projects. Fred is a hard one to keep up with! He prefers to make light of situations and always tries to stay positive. Fred In the fifth grade, Fred isvery bright and does well academi- cally. Spelling and reading are the subjects he en~ joys the most. He benefits from an 1EP (In- dividualized Education Plan) and coun- seling, which will need to continue after 'p'l~ c e m e n t. Fred is in need of a forever family who will be supportive and encourag- ing. His case- worker prefers a two-parent fam- ily willing to participate in a tran- sitional plan prior to placement, a home m which Fred would be the only child: however, all fam- ily types will be considered. Fi- nancial assistance may be avail- able for adoption-related services. For New Mexico children, both homestudied and non- homestudied New Mexico fami- lies are encouraged to inquire; only homestudied families from other states should do so. For more information about adopting or fostering through the New Mexico Children. 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