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Water meeting planned today

A second water program will be held today (Wednesday), 7 p.m., at the Magdalena Public Library.
Denise Fort, Professor of Law at the University of New Mexico, will present “Water Marketing in the West: A Legal Perspective.”
Protesters should be sure to send a $25 check to the State Engineers Office — only if they are a formal protester of the San Agustin wells, which has successfully completed steps No. 1 and No. 2 — before the Monday, June 28, deadline.
For more information call Don Wiltshire at 575-854-3370.

Class reunion fundraiser

The Socorro High School Classes of 1979-1980  will hold a car wash fundraiser on Saturday, June 19, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., in the parking lot at First State Bank.
Proceeds of the fundraiser go toward reunion activities planned for Friday through Sunday, July 16-18.

Openings for fundraisers

New Mexico Tech’s 18th Annual Fourth of July Celebration is an opportunity waiting to happen. Non-profit vendors are invited to set up during the event to raise funds for their club or organization.
For more information, contact Dana at 575-835-5688.

Training for older workers

The New Mexico Aging and Long-Term Services Department Senior Employment Program provides training opportunities to qualified, low-income New Mexico residents who are 55 years of age or older.
The Senior Employment Program provides work experience, on-the-job training and skills development.
The program is currently looking for someone who would be interested in training as an NCIC clerk.
If you think that you qualify or would like more information about this program, contact Bea Valdes toll-free at 866-810-2101, ext. 1006.
With an emphasis on home and community services, the New Mexico Aging and Long-Term Services Department provides support to elderly and disabled New Mexicans so they can remain independent and maintain their dignity and quality of life.

 


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