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10 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 29, 2015 Preservation News MUND SAUC O&c sbL r Heritag Preservation Month celebrated throughout New Heritage Preservation Month how they are used. They reveal was celebrated throughout New our relationship to the natural Mexico during the month of May world. The New Mexico Historic with more than 30 events show- Preservation Division's 2015 casing local heritage. The month was high- lighted by this year's 43rd annual Heritage Preservation Awards ceremony on May 8, in Santa Fe, and a poster illustrating the theme: Cultural Landscapes that Inspired Art Cre- ated in New Mexico. The 2015 heritage pres- ervation poster depicts Chimney Rocks at Ghost Ranch. Ghost Ranch is a 21,000-acre retreat and education center located close to the village of Abiquid; NM, in Rio Arriba County in north central New Mexico. The geo- logic formation and the surrounding terrain form a cultural land- scape that was the sub- ject of many of artist Georgia O'Keefe's most renowned paintings. The 2015 heritage preservation poster Ms. O'Keefe's home Chimney Rocks at Ghost Ranch. and studio are located in Abiquid. poster celebrates cultural land- Cultural landscapes take sev- scapes that inspired artists who eral forms and illustrate history lived and worked in New through their form, features and Mexico. For Appointments call 575-. 42.8705 mail hcherald@aznex.net 4 Photos Same-Day- Service Available at the Hidalgo County Herald 212 East Motel Drive, Lordsburg, NM The World Heritage Com- mittee defines cultural land- scapes as the cultural properties that represent the combined works of nature and man. The Historic Preservation Division works to pre- serve these landscapes. There are three main cat- egories. Ethnographic landscapes are identified by strong artistic, reli- gious or cultural associa- tions with a natural ele-" ment or significant geo- logic formation. Manmade cultural land- scapes include gardens, parks or other landscapes constructed for aesthetic reasons, often associated with monumental or reli- gious buildings. The Washington Monument in Washington, DC, is a prime example. Organi- cally evolved landscapes illustrate social, eco- nomic, and administra- tive forces and their re- sponse to the natural en- depicts vironment. These land- scapes can evolve through a period of time and end abruptly or continue to play a role today. New Mexico has been home to and has inspired many a~'lStS. The Historic Preservation Division initiated nominations of artists' homes and studios that have been listed in the State Reg- ister of Cultural Properties in 2014 and the National Register of Historic Places in 2015. They are the properties of artists Luis Jimenez and Peter Hurd and Henriette Wyeth. Previously, the homes and studios of Georgia O'Keeffe, and Eanger Irving Couse and Joseph Henry Sharpe were listed in the Registers. Fallen veterans honored with flags The Lordsburg Elks, with the help of theYouth Volunteer Corps (YVC) and other local youth (above), placed Ameri- can flags on the graves of local veterans at Shakespeare and Mountain View Cemeteries Friday morning. More than 400 flags were placed in honor of these American heroes in honor of Memorial Day week- end. Flags were also placed on gravesites in Animas. Below, Elk member Larry Martinez replaces an old flag with a new one at Mountain View Cemetery.The flag place- ment project is an annual one for the local Elks lodge and is supported by the New Mexico Elks Associations' Veterans Services program. The Elks are currently ac- cepting torn and tattered flags that will be respectfully destroyed in a flag burning ceremony on June 13. Flags can be dropped off at Quality Auto, theCottage House and the Hidalgo County Herald. A Flag Day program will be performed at Sunshine Haven Nursing Home at 10:00 a.m. and is open to the public. Herald staff photos I Fast Approval Build Your Credit No Checking Account Needed No Hassles Call Us Today! Apply in person on call ahead! BEGIN /N]EI2 716 S. Main Street * Lord burg, NM Call today! Hidalgo Medical Services (HMS) is expanding services for Grant and Hidalgo Counties. Starting June 8, HMS will assume assume services being provided by La Frontera in our communities. There will be expanded mental health services for children, adults, and families. HIDALGO MEDICAL SERVICES COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH This is great news for the community! Mental health services will now include a 24/7 Crisis Line, and psychosocial rehabilitation, in addition to expanded capacity for psychotherapy, medication management, Community Support Services. Silver City HMS New Beginnings Recovery Center 2540 N Silver Street 1575-538-3205 Psychosocial Rehabilitation HMS Community Mental Health 1720 E 32nd street [ 575-388-4412 Outpatient; Substance Abuse, lOP HMS Med Square 114 W 1 lth St. 1575-388-1511 Comprehensive Community Support Services HMS Community Health Center 1007 Pope St. 1 575-388-1511 Psychotherapy, Medication Management HMS Ena Mitchel Senior and Wellness Center 532 E. DeMoss St. I P: 575-542-3304 Substance Abuse, Comprehensive Community Support Services; Outpatients HMS Lordsburg Site 530 E. DeMoss St. I 575-542-8384 Psychotherapy, Medication Management For more information, go to: hms-nm.org