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What's Happenin' in Sierra County

Posted May 24, 2013

5/29/2013Open Meeting for all interested in T or C Community Theatre6:00 p.m., Community Theatre Building, 311 North Foch St., Truth or ConsequencesIf you have an interest in Community Theatre, please come to our Open Meeting held the last Wednesday of each month. We welcome your comments, submissions, questions & ideas!Contact: T or C Community Theatre, Cathy Lacey, 575 894 6689,cathywithac1013@gmail.com.http://truthorconsequencescommunitytheatre.org/



 

5/31/2013 - 6/2/2013Jeannie's Weekend Retreat6:30 PM Fri. to 3 PM Sun, La Paloma Hot Springs and Spa, 311 Marr Street, Truth or ConsequencesWeekend Retreat. Soak, Raindrop & More! Jeannie Nichols Certified CARE (Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education) Instructor offers Raindrop technique(Retreat special $90). We will make smoothies, have an organic gardening talk and a nature walk is offered. A get-acquainted Pot Luck supper Friday, May 31 @ 6:30 PM. We will view The Living Matrix. La Paloma offers round the clock soaking. Book early for best choice of rooms. Book for this event and receive discount for 2 or more nites.Cost: love offering for our organic gardening speaker.Contact: Jeannie's La Paloma Weekend Retreat, Jeannie Nichols, 575 937 1420,jeanniesvoice@yahoo.com.http://www.lapalomasprings.com



 

5/31/2013Jazz Duo: Josh Breakstone-Guitar + Earl Sauls-Bass7pm, LeeBelle Johnson Center, 301 South Foch St., in historic downtown Truth or Consequences, New MexicoJoshua Breakstone - Guitar: "Fire in velvet. A fitting description of Joshua Breakstone's jazz guitar," wrote Paul Weidman in The Sante Fe New Mexican. "His flowing lines on up-tempo cookers are impeccably clean and fiery, bearing the mark of a first-rate improviser, while his chordal work on heartbreaker ballads is the final word in finesse," has raved Guitar Player magazine. Japan's Jazz Hihyo (Jazz Critique) recognizes that "The style in which Joshua develops his fluid single-note solos used to be thought of as the Grant Green school, but now this man leads the school." Downbeat also has written that "There is no shortage of knock-out jazz guitarists about us these days. And Joshua Breakstone is among the best of them." . . . Earl Sauls - Acoustic bass: Earl Sauls has been a professional musician for over thirty five years and has played with some of the all-time jazz greats such as Stan Getz, Howard McGhee, Woody Herman, Pepper Adams, Chuck Wayne and many more. He is also featured on recordings by Joshua Breakstone, Peter Prisco and others. Earl currently freelances in the New York / New Jersey area.Cost: FREE! Donations Appreciated.Contact: Sierra County Arts Council, sophia peron, 5758940528, jazzinn.peron@gmail.com.http://sierracountyart.org



 

6/1/2013Sierra County Farmers Market8:30 - 11:30 am, Ralph Edwards Park, Riverside Dr between Cedar and BirchFresh fruits & vegetables in season. Eggs, when chickens are feeling generous, baked goods, & crafts - all grown or handmade in Sierra County. EBT and WIC accepted and use by all is encouraged. Live music most Saturdays. If interested in becoming a vendor or guest musician call Colleen @ 575-894-9375 for more information.Contact: Sierra County Farmers Market, Colleen Davis, 575-894-9375,colleen@sierracountyfarmersmarket.org.http://www.sierracountyfarmersmarket.org



 

6/1/2013Annual Race to the Elephant9am-2pm, Rock Canyon Marina to Elephant Butte near Damsite Marina, Elephant Butte Lake State ParkSailboat race on the lake.Cost: $5 day use permit.Contact: Lago Rico, Inc, Alan Brown, 575-744-4791, kandace@lagorico.com.



 

6/2/2013CARE Bible Oils ClassRegistration 9 am, La Paloma Hot Springs "Cottage", 311 Marr St., T or C, NM,This Bible oils class is good for CE's for massage therapists and bodyworkers. It is a wonderful introduction to the historical uses for healing oils. We will experience the most commonly used oils of Bible times. Those registering and paying for the class ($40) receive full class notes in class and Certificate of Attendance from CARE Headquarters afterward. Registration: 9 am, Intro to CARE at 9:30 AM. Bible Oils class begins at 10 AM - noon.Contact: Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education (CARE), Jeannie Nichols, 575-937-1420, jeanniesvoice@yahoo.com.http://www.raindroptraining.com/event.php?id=610



 

6/2/2013Weekly mainstream square dance2 pm - 4:30 pm, Moose Lodge Dining Room, 202 W. Smith Street, Truth or ConsequencesWeekly mainstream square dance open to the public. Come solo or as a couple. Need not be a member of the Moose to come and dance or just watch the fun. Call ahead to be sure the venue hasn't been temporarily changed. No charge to watch. There is a $3.00 per person charge to dance. We would be pleased to have you visit.Contact: Sierra Twirlers of Truth or Consequences, Carole Wheeler, 575-313-9971,randcintennessee@msn.com.

What's Happenin' in Sierra County

Posted May 17, 2013

5/22/2013 - 5/25/2013 Celebration of Gourds Festival and Gourd Art Classes 9:30am & 4pm, Hispanic Arts Bldg., Expo NM Fairgrounds, 300 San Pedro NE, Albuquerque
Join us for the NM Gourd Society's Celebration of Gourds Festival and Art Classes. Take a class - meet our artists! Learn new techniques from our artists like: D.R. Nance, Dominic Arquero, and Sue Brogdon. Our very own renowned Sierra County artist, Steph Ross, will be there with her amazing gourds!! We have vendors, beads, inks, jewelry findings, dried gourds, an art competition, raffles, plus a scavenger hunt for the kids. Admission is free. To enroll in classes or more info visit our web site. Contact: New Mexico Gourd Society, 505-891-8925, nmgscog@aol.com. http://www.newmexicogourdsociety.org
5/25/2013 Fly Freedom's Flag Boat Parade 10am, Dam Site Marina, Marina del Sur, Elephant Butte Lake State Park
The event begins at 10am with a POW/MIA service at Dam Site Restaurant Patio. Decorated boats meet at Dam Site to start the boat parade at noon. At 12:30 the boats pass by the main boat ramp for wreath toss and playing of taps. All are invited to decorate their boats, rvs or campsites and join the parade honoring those who've served in the military. Cost: free. Contact: Lago Rico, Inc., Kandace Dalrymple, 575-744-5567, kandace@lagorico.com. http://www.thedamsite.com
5/25/2013 Sierra County Farmers Market Opening Weekend 8:30-11am, Ralph Edwards Park, Cedar @ Riverside, Truth or Consequences
Sierra County's official start of summer! Fresh produce, eggs, baked goods, and crafts are all available, complete with live music accompaniment! All products sold are locally grown and/or made in Sierra County. EBT and Debit cards are accepted and there's plenty of free parking. See the Farmers' Market website for more information and late-breaking news. Cost: free admission. Contact: Sierra County Farmers Market, Colleen Davis Davis, 575-894-9375, colleen@sierracountyfarmersmarket.org. http://www.sierracountyfarmersmarket.org
5/25/2013 Memorial Weekend Gathering 10am, Veterans Memorial Park, 996 South Broadway Street, Truth Or Consequences
Memorial Day Weekend begins at 10am on Saturday, May 25 at Veterans Memorial Park. A short program will be conducted by the talented Sam Parker of the VFW post in Williamsburg. The ROTC Color Guard will be students of Hot Springs High School. Afterward, visitors can tour the famous Hamilton Military Museum and a replica of the Veterans Wall + a stroll along the Walk of Education. Have a tailgate picnic to share. Bring friends. Contact: Sierra Saints USA, Richard J. Fields, 575-740-6681, VeteransHeadquarters@gmail.com. http://torcveteransmemorial.com/

What's Happenin' in Sierra County

Posted May 11, 2013

5/18/2013  Sailboat Regatta 11am-4pm, Elephant Butte Lake State Park

Sailboat regatta on the lake! Cost: park entrance fee.Contact: Rio Grande Yacht Club, Richard Alexander, 970-946-9118, rlalex@aol.com.http://www.sierracountynewmexico.info/elephantbuttelake/

5/18/2013 - 5/19/2013 Duke City Bass Bums Tournament  6am-1pm, Marina del Sur, Elephant Butte Lake State Park

Bass fishing tournament on the lake. Cost: park entrance fee.Contact: Duke City Bass Bums, Gary Thomas, 505-353-1610, not2busy2fish@gmail.com.http://www.sierracountynewmexico.info/elephantbuttelake/

5/18/2013 - 5/19/2013 Catch & Release Bass Tournament 6am-3pm, Elephant Butte Lake State Park/ Marina del Sur

Bass fishing tournament/ Catch and release. Weigh-ins at 3pm on Saturday and 1pm on Sunday on the south side boat ramp. Cost: day use fee or annual required.Contact: Duke City Bass Bums, Gary Thomas, 505-353-1610, not2busy2fish@gmail.com.

5/19/2013 Weekly mainstream square dance2 pm - 4:30 pm, Moose Lodge Dining Room, 202 W. Smith Street, Truth or Consequences

Weekly mainstream square dance open to the public. Come solo or as a couple. Need not be a member of the Moose to come and dance or just watch the fun. Call ahead to be sure the venue hasn't been temporarily changed. No charge to watch. There is a $3.00 per person charge to dance. We would be pleased to have you visit.Contact: Sierra Twirlers of Truth or Consequences, Carole Wheeler, 575-313-9971, randcintennessee@msn.com.

 

 

Sierra County 1935 to Current Day

Posted May 3, 2013

The year 1935 also marks another highlight for Sierra County.  That year, Governor Clyde Tingley pledged nearly $200,000 for a children's hospital, at a time when the state didn't have a dime to spare.  His creative finances made it possible to construct a medical facility in Hot Springs that served the needs of hundreds of children afflicted with polio.  The hospital was relocated to Albuquerque in 1981 to serve a larger patient community.

When TV star Ralph Edwards, host of the popular radio show Truth or Consequence announced in 1950 he would broadcast his show from any town that would change its name for a day, Hot Springs jumped at the chance and changed its name to Truth or Consequences.  Then residents decided they liked the name and kept it.  Over the years there have been several attempts to change back to Hot Springs.  Each attempt has been voted down.  T or C had a long-standing relationship with Edwards for years after, holding an annual fiesta visited by many of Edward's celebrity friends and included the crowning a fiesta queen.

Like much of a sparsely populated New Mexico, modern Sierra County has been known for its ranching and there is some current interest in resuming mining.  Beyond that, the county is known for its outstanding outdoor recreation opportunities.  And soon the county will be able to make another claim:  with the advent of spaceflight operations at Spaceport America, Sierra County will become the launching point of the nation's commercial spaceflight industry.  But then that will be the "history" of Sierra County's future.



 

Sierra County: The First 27 Years

Posted April 26, 2013

In 1911, Sierra County underwent another important change.  Engineers began building the Elephant Butte Dam across the Rio Grande near Hot Springs, creating a reservoir of immeasurable value to desert dwellers.  Dedicated in 1916, the dam impounded 2.6 million acre feet - enough water to cover the entire county to a depth of one foot.

Hillsboro had outlived the rampages of rustlers and criminals.  It survived the decline of mining and loss of commerce.  It even rebuilt after devastating floods, but it could not endure changing political winds.

In 1935, the Board of County Commissions determined to move the county seat to Hot Springs.  Hillsboro's leaders fought fiercely in court for three years.  In the end they lost and, in 1938, the county seat was moved.  The photo is of Hot Springs in 1938.

What's Happenin' in Sierra County

Posted April 25, 2013

4/27/2013  Miss Fiesta 2013   7pm, Ralph Edwards Auditorium at the Truth or Consequences Civic Center, 400 W. Fourth, T or C

The Miss Fiesta Contest is sponsored annually by the Hot Springs Woman's Club. Young women between the ages of 16 and 21, who have lived in Sierra County for at least 6 months are eligible.Contact: Hot Springs Womans Club, Sarah Stagner, 505-818-7145.http://www.torcfiesta.com
 

4/27/2013 - 4/28/2013  NMBFN State Qualifier Tournament  6am-4:30pm, Marina del Sur, Elephant Butte Lake State Park

NM Bass Federation fishing tournament on the lake. Cost: park entrance fee.Contact: NM Bass Federation, Royce Scheetz, 720-300-7854, TD@NMBFN.com.

4/27/2013  New Mexico Old Time Fiddler's Association Saturday Night Playhouse Dance  7-9pm, New Mexico Old Time Fiddler's Playhouse, 710 Elm Street, Truth or Consequences

New Mexico Old Time Fiddler's Saturday Playhouse Dance. LIVE GOOD OLD TIME MUSIC! We welcome you to bring, family, or a co-worker. Children welcome. Family friendly. No alcohol or smoking in the building. Handicap access. Refreshments served. Door prizes. NO Charge. Donations appreciated. If you would like to play at the dances, please call us. We are looking for musicians and singers! Cost: donations greatly appreciated. .Contact: New Mexico Old Time Fiddler's Association , Zelma Iorio, 575-297-4071

Sierra County is Born!!!

Posted April 20, 2013

Because of the immense size of Dona Ana County, influential residents in Hillsboro and other towns objected to the distances they had to travel to Mesilla to transact county business.  So they petitioned the territorial government and, in 1884, the government carved out portions of Dona Ana County, Grants County to the west, and Socorro County to the north to create Sierra County. The new county represented more than 4,200 square miles of land.
 
Hillsboro, which had become a hub of commerce and transportation, was named county seat.  It was central in supporting the mining towns of Chloride, Kingston, Lake Valley, Monticello, and Winston.  A new jail was constructed in 1884 and a new courthouse in 1892, both of which played important roles in Sierra County history.  Three men, Oliver Lee (for whom New Mexico created a state park in Otero County), Jim Gilliland, and William McNew were accused of cattle rustling. Colonel Albert Fountain had been charged with arraigning the men in Lincoln County.   On his return from there, Fountain and his son, Henry, were murdered.  The alleged rustlers were accused.   Lee and Gilliland were tried and acquitted in Hillsboro. Charges against McNew were dropped.  The bodies and the murderers were never found; this case remains unsolved to this day.  Pictured is Colonel Albert Fountain.
 

What's Happenin' in Sierra County

Posted April 18, 2013

4/20/2013   American Bass Association Fishing Tournament  6am-3:30pm, Marina del Sur, Elephant Butte Lake State Park

Bass fishing tournament at Elephant Butte Lake Cost: park entrance fee.Contact: American Bass Association, Bobby Brewster, 575-740-7320.

 

4/20/2013 - 4/21/2013  Sailboat Regatta11am-4pm, Elephant Butte Lake State Park

Sailboat regatta on the lake! Cost: park entrance fee.Contact: Rio Grande Yacht Club, Richard Alexander, 970-946-9118, rlalex@aol.com.

4/20/2013 TBA Spring Celebration 6:30-9pm, Grapes Gallery, 407 Main St, Truth or Consequences

Celebrate spring with The Bountiful Alliance and the fabulous music of the renowned Hard Knocks Blues Band. The Bountiful Kitchen and TBA Board members will provide delicious finger food, some gluten-free. "Select your prize" raffle tickets for soaks, food, massages, handmade items and donations from local businesses are only a buck. The Hard Knocks Blues Band features Dan Bishop on guitar and vocals; Pat Dutton on harmonica and vocals; Bill Bussmann on bass and Chris Wood on drums. Cost: free (donations appreciated).Contact: The Bountiful Alliance, Colleen Davis, 575-894-9375, colleen@sierracountyfarmersmarket.org.http://www.sierracountyevents.com/flyer/TBASpringCelebration.pdf

4/20/2013  Spring Boutique10 a.m.-12 noon, Elephant Butte Inn, 401 Hwy 95, Elephant Butte

Looking for that perfect gift for Mothers Day, Graduation, Weddings, or other special occasions? Come see the newest products from various companies and join us for a couple hours of fun. Each Consultant will give a brief overview of her products and door prize drawings will be held. Many thanks to the Elephant Butte Inn for hosting the event. A representative will be present to share information on their services. Consider having lunch at the Ivory Tusk Restaurant that afternoon. Cost: free.Contact: Melissa Robinson, (575) 693-7087, mlisrobinson@yahoo.com.http://www.sierracountyevents.com/flyer/SpringBoutiqueFlyerApril2013.pdf

4/20/2013 New Mexico Old Time Fiddler's Association Saturday Night Playhouse Dance 7-9pm, New Mexico Old Time Fiddler's Playhouse, 710 Elm Street, Truth or Consequences

New Mexico Old Time Fiddler's Saturday Playhouse Dance. LIVE GOOD OLD TIME MUSIC! We welcome you to bring, family, or a co-worker. Children welcome. Family friendly. No alcohol or smoking in the building. Handicap access. Refreshments served. Door prizes. NO Charge. Donations appreciated. If you would like to play at the dances, please call us. We are looking for musicians and singers! Cost: donations greatly appreciated!.Contact: New Mexico Old Time Fiddler's Association, Zelma Iorio, 575 297-4071, nmotfa@hotmail.com.http://www.nmotfa.com

4/21/2013 Spring Concert Community Chorus  3pm, Lee Belle Johnson Center, Foch Street between Main and Broadway, Truth or Consequences

The Community Chorus' Spring concert will feature heritage cowboy music and special guest musicians and dancers. Tickets will be on sale soon, stay tuned.Contact: Community Chorus of Sierra County, Doris Dawkins, 575-740-1674.

4/21/2013  Socorro Bass Club Fishing Tournament  6am-3pm, Marina del Sur, Elephant Butte Lake State Park

One-day bass fishing tournament. Cost: park entrance fee.Contact: Socorro Bass Club, 575-835-1200.http://www.sierracountynewmexico.info/elephantbuttelake/

4/21/2013  Weekly mainstream square dance2 pm - 4:30 pm, Moose Lodge Dining Room, 202 W. Smith Street, Truth or Consequences

Weekly mainstream square dance open to the public. Come solo or as a couple. Need not be a member of the Moose to come and dance or just watch the fun. Call ahead to be sure the venue hasn't been temporarily changed. No charge to watch. There is a $3.00 per person charge to dance. We would be pleased to have you visit.Contact: Sierra Twirlers of Truth or Consequences, Carole Wheeler, 575-313-9971, randcintennessee@msn.com.

4/24/2013Open Meeting for all interested in T or C Community Theatre 6:00 p.m., Community Theatre Building, 311 North Foch St., Truth or Consequences

If you have an interest in Community Theatre, please come to our Open Meeting held the last Wednesday of each month. We welcome your comments, submissions, questions & ideas!Contact: T or C Community Theatre, Cathy Lacey, 575 894 6689, cathywithac1013@gmail.com.http://truthorconsequencescommunitytheatre.org/

4/24/2013  Performance: Ray Tarantino7-9pm , Hillsboro Community Center, Elenora Street, Hillsboro

Come enjoy the sounds of Ray Tarantino. His music will tell you a story. There is a sonic image and there is a literal image. Blend them together and you have one of his tunes. Buffalo News Website Says "Ray Tarantino put on a show that was worthy of a record deal, the sound was studio ready and the band played like one finely tuned unit." His third album is being recorded in Nashville and will come out this year. Cost: $5 donation at the door.Contact: Hillsboro Community Center, Laurie McKray, 575-895-5686, lmckray@me.com.

 

 

Game and Fish Update

Posted April 14, 2013

According to NM Game & Fish, right now is a great time to be fishing for catfish, crappie and small mouth bass at Elephant Butte Lake.  The state small mouth record was just caught!

There was a lot of stocking of largemouth and striped bass in 2012..this winter the ponds and river was stocked with trout..a lot of the stripers didn't make it but the Elephant Butte Summer fishing is going to be GREAT!!  White bass should again be prolific.

A lot of people don't know that Caballo Lake, right down the road, is a "sleeper walleye lake"...a few weeks ago was a tremendous spawning time so look for some great catches there!

Ash Canyon (down by the Damsite) has had bighorn sheep sightings...New Mexico herds are growing!

We'll keep you posted from time to time on fishing conditions here at the Butte!

 

What's Happenin' in Sierra County

Posted April 11, 2013

4/13/2013 Second Saturday Art Hop - April 6-9pm, Downtown Truth or Consequences

Galleries, studios, shops and restaurants are open late on the 2nd Saturday of every month. Check the MainStreet Truth or Consequences website for info on opening exhibits and special events. Cost: free. Contact: MainStreet Truth or Consequences, promotions@torcmainstreet.org. http://www.torcmainstreet.org/events/art-hop

4/13/2013 Ralph Edwards Tribute Dinner 5:30pm cocktails, 6pm din, Moose Lodge, Smith Street off N. Date, Truth or Consequences

Come celebrate Ralph and the Fiesta 2013 theme, "How The West Was Fun!" Dinner: chili con carne, ranch style beans, baked potato bar, cornbread and cobbler. Live music from On Call. Buy tickets at Happy Belly Deli, The Herald, and R&C Sumthins Ice Cream Shop. Cost: $12 singles, $20 couples. Contact: Fiesta Board, Destiny Mitchell, info@torcfiesta.com. http://www.torcfiesta.com

4/13/2013 The Cosmic Talent Expo N Concerto of TorC 2pm-8pm, Lee Belle Johnson Senior Rec Center, 301 S. Foch, Truth or Consequences

Art Hop Day! Support Talent in Sierra County! The Cosmic Talent Expo N Challenges is a day packed of talent. The Expo features exhibit, vendor and community tables from 2pm until 8pm. In addition, we have local artist,Steve Haynes who will be offering Caricature drawings for $5 each and an artist from Las Cruces, who will be selling her pottery. Check out the photo-op area to get a free photo. The stage will be set for Open-Mic from 2pm until 5pm. The Talent Challenge will start at 5pm. Cost: free. Contact: Cosmic Talent World, Cindy Bellelli, 5757402016, cindy@cosmictalent.com. http://www.cosmictalent.com/USA_Launch_Pads.html#Truth_or_Consequences_LPs
 

4/13/2013 Senior Olympic Field Day 5 pm to 8 pm, Hot Springs High School, Truth or Consequences

Come and enjoy the thrill of victory by supporting and competing in the Senior Olympic Field Events! Qualify for the State Games or just bring some friendly competition to the following events: Discus/Shot Put/Standing Long Jump/Pole Vault/Javelin/High Jump/Long Jump/Track 50M,100M, 200M, 400M. Registration is available on-site, $5 entry fee for all the local events you would like to participate in.... call or come by the Senior Center at 360 W 4th - 894-6641. Open to anyone 50 or up! Contact: Senior Olympic, Gigi Callahan, 575-894-6641, gg_sjoa@fastwave.biz.

4/14/2013 2nd Sunday Poetry Reading 1pm, Black Cat Books and Coffee, 128 Broadway, T or C Read or listen on the 2nd Sunday of every month. Cost: free. Contact: Black Cat Books and Coffee, Rhonda Brittan, 575-894-7070.

4/14/2013 Weekly mainstream square dance 2 pm - 4:30 pm, Moose Lodge Dining Room, 202 W. Smith Street, Truth or Consequences

Weekly mainstream square dance open to the public. Come solo or as a couple. Need not be a member of the Moose to come and dance or just watch the fun. Call ahead to be sure the venue hasn't been temporarily changed. No charge to watch. There is a $3.00 per person charge to dance. We would be pleased to have you visit. Contact: Sierra Twirlers of Truth or Consequences, Carole Wheeler, 575-313-9971, randcintennessee@msn.com.

4/15/2013 Culpepper & Merriweather Circus 5pm & 7:30pm, Louis Armijo Sports Complex, South Broadway, Truth or Consequences

Trapeze artists, big jungle cats, clowns, & a menagerie. Sponsored by the Truth or Consequences Lions Club. Advance tickets available at Howell & Associates Real Estate on Foch St, The Herald of T or C on Date St, and R&C Sumthins on Date St. Advance tickets prices: adults = $10, kids ages 2-12 = $6, and children under 2 are always free. On show day, tickets will be $13 for adults and $7 for kids. Contact: Main Circus office, 866-BIG-TOP-6, or T or C Lions Club, 575-740-4534. Contact: T or C Lions Club, 575-740-4534.

4/16/2013 Chantilly (Handmade) Card Workshop 6:00pm, Private residence in Elephant Butte. Address will be provided to attendees as workshop fee is paid. RSVP by April 7 for this card workshop, where you will have the opportunity to make five handmade greeting cards! If you have never tried papercrafting before, now is your chance to give it a try. It is fun and relaxing and a great opportunity to fellowship with other community members. Visit my blog at www.mlisrobinson.blogspot.com and click on the Upcoming Events link in the right column for complete details. Contact me if you have any questions. Cost: $10. Contact: Melissa Robinson, 5756937087, mlisrobinson@yahoo.com. http://www.sierracountyevents.com/flyer/ChantillyCardWorkshop.pdf

4/17/2013 Free Spring Dance 7-9pm, Lee Belle Johnson Rec Center, 301 Foch, Truth or Consequences Come and join us for an great evening of good music, good friends and an overall good time! This monthly event is hosted by the Sierra Joint Office on Aging and is free to all seniors 55 and up! Refreshments provided. Contact: Sierra Joint Office on Aging, Barb Vestal, 575-894-6641, rsvp_sjoa@fastwave.biz.

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