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enchantment The Voice of New Mexico’s Rural Electric Cooperatives

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A Man and His Legacy Carl Turner served his neighbors as a state representative, led the NMRECA and shepherded a college scholarship Page 14

Carl Turner speaking with riders on the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad. PHOTO COURTESY OF NMRECA


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OCTOBER 2021 CONTENTS  We Are enchantment  View From enchantment  Hale to the Stars  NMSU Degree Plan Gets an Update

 Energy Sense  Book Chat

 A Man and His Legacy  Your Electric Co-op

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 Coping Through COVID-  NMSU Fire Department Celebrates Centennial  On the Menu

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 Time for a Fall Tuneup  NSF Donates $ Million  The Market Place  Youth Art

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Congratulations to … Central New Mexico Electric Cooperative member Gloria Zamora, who photographed her great-grandson, 10-monthold Zaidyen, enjoying the colorful cover of enchantment magazine.

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Email enchantment@nmelectric.coop Facebook facebook.com/enchantmentnmreca Mail 614 Don Gaspar Ave. Santa Fe, NM 87505 Community Events events@nmelectric.coop Display Ads enchantmentads@nmelectric.coop Book Chat Inquiries enchantment@nmelectric.coop Take a photo of yourself or someone with the magazine and email it with a few words about the photo. Include your name, mailing address and co-op name. One lucky member will win $20. Submitting your photo(s) gives us permission to publish or post the photo(s) in enchantment, on Facebook and in other media outlets. Email to: enchantment@nmelectric.coop

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October 1, 2021 • Vol. 73, No. 10 USPS 175-880 • ISSN 0046-1946 enchantment (ISSN -) is published monthly by the New Mexico Rural Electric Cooperative Association,  Don Gaspar Ave., Santa Fe, NM . enchantment provides reliable, helpful information on rural living and energy use to electric cooperative members and customers. More than , families and businesses receive enchantment magazine as electric cooperative members. Nonmember subscriptions are available at $ a year or $ for two years, payable to NMRECA. Allow four to eight weeks for first delivery. PERIODICAL POSTAGE paid at Santa Fe, NM - and additional mailing offices. CHANGE OF ADDRESS: Postmaster, please send address changes to  Don Gaspar Ave., Santa Fe, NM -. Readers who receive the publication through their electric cooperative membership should report address changes to their local electric cooperative office. THE NEW MEXICO RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION provides legislative and educational services

to the cooperatives that are members of the association and deliver electric power to New Mexico’s rural areas and small communities. The mission of the New Mexico Rural Electric Cooperative Association is to strengthen, support, unify and represent cooperative member interests at the local, state and national levels. Each cooperative has a representative on the association’s board of directors, which controls the editorial content and advertising policy of enchantment through its Publications Committee. OFFICERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Charles Pinson, president, Central Valley Electric Co-op, Artesia; Tim Morrow, vice president, Springer Electric Co-op, Springer; Duane Frost, secretary-treasurer, Central NM Electric Co-op, Mountainair. BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Chris Martinez, Columbus Electric Co-op, Deming; Keith Gottlieb, Continental Divide Electric Co-op, Grants; Lance R. Adkins, Farmers’ Electric Co-op, Clovis; Robert Caudle, Lea County Electric Co-op, Lovington; James Ortiz, Mora-San Miguel Electric Cooperative; Thomas G. Rivas, Northern Río Arriba Electric Co-op, Chama; Preston Stone, Otero County Electric Co-op, Cloudcroft; Antonio Sanchez Jr., Roosevelt County Electric Co-op, Portales; George Biel, Sierra Electric Co-op, Elephant Butte; Donald L. Wolberg, Socorro Electric Co-op, Socorro; Travis Sullivan, Southwestern Electric Co-op, Clayton; Wayne Connell, Tri-State G&T Association, Westminster, Colorado; Charles G. Wagner, Western Farmers Electric Co-op, Oklahoma. NEW MEXICO RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION

 Don Gaspar Ave. Phone: -- Santa Fe, NM  Fax: -- nmelectric.coop enchantment.coop Keven J. Groenewold, CEO, kgroenewold@nmelectric.coop Tom Condit, director of communications, tcondit@nmelectric.coop DISPLAY ADVERTISING: Rates available upon request. Co-op members and New Mexico display advertisers, email Shaylyn at enchantmentads@nmelectric.coop or call --. National representative: American MainStreet Publications, --. Advertisements in enchantment are paid solicitations and are not endorsed by the publisher or the electric cooperatives that are members of the New Mexico Rural Electric Cooperative Association. PRODUCT SATISFACTION AND DELIVERY RESPONSIBILITY LIE SOLELY WITH THE ADVERTISER. ©  New Mexico Rural Electric Cooperative Association Inc., in partnership with Pioneer Utility Resources. Reproduction prohibited without written permission of the publisher.

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view from enchantment I By Keven J. Groenewold, CEO New Mexico Rural Electric Cooperative Association

Cooperatives Continue To Be Steadfast Providers

It’s National Co-op Month again—an annual opportunity to celebrate the unique business model called “cooperative.” Since a small group of weavers founded a co-op in Rochdale, England, 177 years ago, the idea of people joining together to pursue shared business interests has been adopted around the world. A co-op is a business owned by its workers or customers. Co-ops started in the early 1800s as a way for people to save money. People pooled their money and bought goods or services in quantity, which got them a volume discount. The fact they didn’t need to make a profit also helped keep costs down. Besides saving money, co-ops are attractive to people who like the idea of a business being owned and managed by its members. In the United States, cooperatives deliver electricity and phone service to rural areas. They provide food, housing and financial services in more urban areas. They also market agricultural and dairy products. These services are provided to meet the needs of member-owners, not make profits and pay shareholder dividends. Electric co-ops were born out of the great economic depression of the last century. This beginning was about more than electric light, poles and wires. It was about ideas. It was part of President Roosevelt’s New Deal. FDR realized that to get the country going again, rural America needed the same quality of life opportunities that existed in urban America. We don’t appreciate how hard rural Americans struggled to get the electricity they needed to be part of the 20th century. In New Mexico, there were 28 applications to form rural electric cooperatives between 1936 and 1949. Sixteen of them were successful. Twelve were rejected for many reasons, but the common theme was “not enough customers to prove economic feasibility.” However, the first co-op pioneers remained vigilant. Some achieved economic feasibility by combining the extreme rural areas with the small towns in the area. Some did it by purchasing some of the small, private utility properties in the area. Nothing was more instrumental to improving the quality of life than electricity. Electricity pumped water, washed clothes, provided some conveniences and, above all, turned nighttime into day. A careful study concluded the cooperative business model was the superior delivery system to make this happen. Today, we use electricity in far more ways than our grandparents could have predicted. They never envisioned surfing the web to find a medical diagnosis, or to market and sell goods and services. We charge our cellphones, iPads, hand tools and computers. People communicate and interact very differently today, in en c h a n tm en t.coop

many ways due to choices they can make because their co-op provides safe, affordable and reliable electricity. Providing this service continues to be the co-op’s mission. However, we know that in the end, co-op business is not really about pushing electrons down wires. It’s about providing lifestyle choices. These choices are fundamental pieces of our lives. Future lifestyle choices will also say a lot about who co-op members are as people. We cannot predict that these choices will be any better than our co-op founding fathers could have predicted what we see today. Generations come and go. They build upon one another. They hopefully learn from the previous one’s successes and failures. I predict co-ops have a vital and integral role to play in the future of rural America—whatever it may look like. We will continue to put our members first and foremost, whoever they are. Co-ops look forward to this challenge. OCTOBER 2021

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{ hale to the stars I By Alan Hale {

The Helix Nebula (officially designated NGC 7293) in Aquarius, as imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope. The star in the center of the nebula is known as a white dwarf. IMAGE COURTESY NASA/ESA/ ROBERT O’DELL (VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY

Observing the October Nights

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s was true for the previous few months, most of the planetary activity in our October skies takes place during the evening hours. The main attraction is undoubtedly Venus, which at long last is completing its slow climb out of the evening twilight and gleams brilliantly in our western sky. By month’s end, it sets about one hour after the end of dusk. About the same time Venus sets, our solar system’s two largest planets—Jupiter and Saturn—are highest above the southern horizon. During the next few hours, they track westward across our southern sky, with Saturn leading the brighter Jupiter by about an hour before setting around midnight. One planet, Mercury, makes an appearance in the morning sky during October. This is our solar system’s innermost world. During the latter half of the month, Mercury can be seen low in the eastern sky during twilight. For a few days around month’s end, it will rise around the beginning of dawn. During the evening hours of October, the hazy band of light called the Milky Way—in actuality, the combined light of multitudes of distant stars in the plane of our galaxy—is somewhat

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low in our western sky, then extends across the sky in the north before heading back down low in the east. In the south, we are looking out, away from the plane of our galaxy. There are few bright stars in this part of the sky. This area can perhaps be whimsically thought of as the “watering hole” because several of the constellations here have themes associated with water. Among these are Capricornus, the water goat, where Jupiter and Saturn reside right now; Aquarius, the water carrier; and Piscis Austrinus, the southern fish with its one bright star, Fomalhaut. While there aren’t a lot of stars here, backyard telescopes will reveal several distant galaxies and other such objects inhabiting this region. One of the more prominent objects is the Helix Nebula in Aquarius, which is about half the apparent diameter of the moon and can be seen with binoculars from dark rural sites. The Helix Nebula is a planetary nebula, which is created when a star expels its atmosphere, and all that’s left is a hot inner core. This, in turn, causes the gas in the expelled atmosphere to shine. Our sun will undergo this process several billion years from now.

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Throughout the ages, there have been many important advances in mobility. Canes, walkers, rollators, and scooters were created to help people with mobility issues get around and retain their independence. Lately, however, there haven’t been any new improvements to these existing products or developments in this field. Until now. Recently, an innovative design engineer who’s developed one of the world’s most popular products created a completely new breakthrough . . . a personal electric vehicle. It’s called the Zinger, and there is nothing out there quite like it.


Art Ruiloba, right, films Gilbert Morales, a New Mexico State University alumnus who graduated from the School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management, cutting fruit for a new promotional video for the HRTM program. COURTESY PHOTO

NMSU Degree Plan Gets an Update By Carlos Andres López

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ew Mexico State University’s School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management has a new message for prospective students: HRTM graduates work in diverse fields, and you can, too, with an HRTM degree. Housed in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, HRTM unveiled its new messaging campaign in a promotional video featuring a group of successful alumni working across different sectors—not just the hospitality industry. “I think because we’re named so specifically, it gets lost that we offer a general management degree for complex businesses,” says HRTM Program Coordinator Andrea Arrigucci. Andrea produced the video with HRTM Director Jean Hertzman, who served as the executive producer. “The video illustrates how HRTM’s

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focus on guest relations, managing and leading teams, and financial, marketing and organizational skills, prepares students for amazing careers in hospitality and tourism as well as any business or organization competing for customers and funding or training the next generation of employees and managers,” Jean says. Created in collaboration with a video production team from the Department of Innovative Media Research and Extension at NMSU, the video features interviews with HRTM alumni, including April Anaya, Amy Miller, Gilbert Morales, Chad Smith and Danielle Young. “We specifically chose someone in the culinary arts and someone who is a hotelier, but then we also featured alumni who highlight our connection to agriculture, nonprofits and education,” Andrea says. Jean says she really appreciates the expertise of the ACES media team and the time spent by alumni, staff, faculty and

students to participate in the video. Financial support for the project came from HRTM’s Marriot Hospitality Futures Center—a resource hub dedicated to fostering hospitality career development and promoting the importance of hospitality education. Funded through a $400,000 donation from the J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation, the center opened in February 2020. Andrea says the video is part of a larger initiative to showcase the benefits of an HRTM degree by highlighting successful alumni. “We are also hoping to do a series of videos on YouTube, and possibly on TikTok, featuring small vignettes of more recent graduates,” she says. Visit https://youtu.be/l-P5l4Js-6E to watch the video.

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Which Heat Pump Is Right for My Home? Q: I’ve heard heat pumps can be a good alternative for heating my home, but it looks like there are several types available. What are some of the most common options? A: I think it’s a good idea to consider a heat pump for your home. The technology has improved a lot the past 10 to 20 years. It is likely to be at least 20% more efficient than what you have now. Heat pumps can also cool your home during summer months, which is an added value. Newer models of heat pumps can operate effectively in subzero weather, but sometimes they do so by switching to electric resistance mode, which is much less efficient. In a colder climate, it may be worth investing in a dual fuel system where propane or another fuel provides supplemental heat on extremely cold days. Here are a few situations where you might use the different types of heat pumps. Ducted heat pump. If your home has a forced-air furnace, a centralized air-source heat pump can work well. A compressor outside your home that looks like an air-conditioning unit is connected to your home’s existing duct system. Like your furnace, the temperature is controlled through one thermostat. This is a solid solution if your system has quality ductwork that heats and cools every room evenly, which is rare. Ductwork in most homes is not designed to heat or cool every room evenly. Long supply runs provide little air to some rooms, and it’s typical for some rooms to lack return air registers. Also, ductwork is often leaky, which creates comfort issues. If leaky ducts are located in unheated areas, such as crawl spaces or attics, it will increase your heating and cooling costs. Poor ductwork will render any kind of central heating or cooling system much less effective. Some HVAC contractors can repair problems if the ductwork is accessible. Heat pumps vary in efficiency. This is measured in two ways. The Heating Seasonal Performance Factor measures heating efficiency. The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio measures cooling efficiency. The minimum ratings for a new heat pump are HSPF 8.2 and SEER 14. Heat pumps with an Energy Star rating are significantly more efficient than the minimum standard. The quality of the installation also matters. Some contractors will have more experience and training than others. Mini-split heat pump. If your home does not have ductwork or the ductwork is poorly designed or leaky, a ductless mini-split heat pump might be your best bet. With a mini-split heat pump, This column was co-written by Pat Keegan and Brad Thiessen of Collaborative Efficiency. For more energy tips, go to collaborativeefficiency.com/energytips.

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An air-source heat pump compressor outside the home can distribute hot and cold air through your existing duct system. PHOTO BY PETER STEVENS

tubes connected to the outside compressor carry refrigerant to one or more air handlers, which are mounted high on a wall to distribute air. Thermostats regulate each air handler, providing control of different zones in the home. In climates that don’t experience extreme cold, a ductless heat pump could supply all the heating and cooling in a small home. They are often used in combination with a central heating and cooling system. Ductless mini-splits are an excellent option if you don’t have central air ducts, your ducts are leaking, or you only want the new ductless heat pump to heat or cool part of the home. Geothermal (or ground-source) heat pump. Several feet underground, the temperature remains constant year-round— typically between 45 F and 75 F, depending on latitude. Heat is transferred into or out of the ground by pipes buried in a loop 10 feet underground or drilled up to 400 feet into the earth. The pipes carry water to a compressor, which uses a refrigerant to transfer the heat to or from your home’s ducts. A geothermal heat pump system is extremely energy efficient because the earth’s temperature is warmer than the outside air in the winter and cooler than the outside air in the summer. But this efficiency comes with a high price tag, which is the initial cost to install the pipe loop or drill the hole for a vertical pipe. Check with your local electric utility for additional information and guidance. If you have a qualified energy auditor in your area, an audit could be a great next step, especially if it includes a duct leakage test. n enchantment.coop


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book chat I By B. A. Kelly Visit your local bookstores to buy books. Send your book for review to: Book Chat,  Don Gaspar Ave., Santa Fe, NM 5 Kite and Other Short Stories of New Mexico With each new chapter, author David Kyea—in his first published book—introduces a new scene, made colorful and lively by charming characters found at disparate points in time spanning 100 years. As readers, we go blithely along with David and are left—chapter after chapter— meeting grandmothers who speak with flowers or wise uncles who set straight generations of bullies, feeling a little better than before, newly and more acutely connected to our fellow New Mexicans, all just for having traveled a short ways down the road with them. This playful and unpretentious collection of distinctly New Mexican episodes, told in perfect prose, feels not unlike stories spoken around a campfire. Each vignette, always set in the Land of Enchantment, offers the vintage pleasure and joy of a classic storytelling session.

And For All the Sins I Cannot Recall Here’s a book you likely haven’t heard of, but here we are, book reviewer and review reader, working as accomplices to give this memoir the audience it deserves. This collection of tales by Charlie Milhaupt has a will of its own, having already clawed its way to print after 20 years spent buried in a desk drawer. Enjoy and pass along the this enthralling, vivid, remarkable and touching story of a wild life lived at the edge of the final quarter of the last century. As laid out in the preface, Charlie was a “20th Century Fox if there ever was one.” His firsthand accounts, written from the field and published posthumously, offer an intimate and specific perspective as told by a free thinking, easy riding, tender-hearted soul. Merimee, Charlie’s sister, added no more than a few commas to her brother’s memoir and for good reason. His life told in his own words is an unspoiled gift.

Abandoned New Mexico This offering from Susan Tatterson, one of two in the Abandoned New Mexico series, is a must-have for those who champion a deep understanding and appreciation of New Mexico history and lore. For this reader—who lives 134 miles away and no less than 99 years after the Albuquerque Rail Yards employed a quarter of the city’s workforce—Susan’s photos of this one-time (and once again!) hub of endeavors is grist for the mill. But also gorgeous, if not haunting, to behold. Likewise for the lost, but mercifully not forgotten, town of Shakespeare. New Mexico’s abandoned treasures—of which there are many of—contain not only deep insights into our beloved state’s past, but also to the broader story of our nation’s quest for expansion and efforts to wring industry and profit from a land that is unlike any other.

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Geraldine and the Most Spectular Science Project Geraldine, our heroine, is a second grader with big dreams of becoming an astronaut—if only she can first win her science contest and overcome her reputation as a silly daydreaming troublemaker. I asked my 7-year-old to help review this children’s book,—a task she took on with gusto, much like our Geraldine in her quest to create the “most remarkable science project.” My daughter gave Geraldine high marks for never giving up and for believing in herself. Likewise, I highly recommend this book for young readers (ages 4 to 8), but what I appreciated more than the moral apparent to my own second grader —and nearly visible from space—is that the strongminded, independent and “feisty Geraldine” was not a Gerald. Having now read hundreds of children’s books,

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I’m not shy to tell you how refreshing the occasion is to read a book that does not fall into its own gender tropes. This is a book that my bright and bold daughter could pick up and see herself in, whereas, more often than not, I take to flipping the genders —every he becomes a she, every her becomes a him—while I read a story aloud, so to manipulate the plot to allow for boys to be kind and vulnerable and girls to be mischievous and brave. Geraldine isn’t worried about any of that. Just like my daughter, she’s too busy simply being herself and loving every minute of “being a troublemaker!” By Sol Regwan Schiffer Kids schifferkidsbooks.com

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A Man and His Legacy Carl Turner served his neighbors as a state representative, leading the NMRECA and shepherding a scholarship for local college students By Margaret Nava

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s part of its commitment to strengthen, support and unify the communities it serves, the New Mexico Rural Electric Cooperative Association offers two annual scholarships to full-time NMSU students whose families are members of a New Mexico rural electric or telephone cooperative. Titled the Carl M. Turner Endowed Scholarship Fund, the scholarships are named after

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Carl Monroe Turner, the longest-serving NMRECA executive manager. Born and raised in Tupelo, Mississippi, Carl was ostracized by Mississippi Dixiecrats because of his resolute opposition to Jim Crow laws and staunch support of Harry S. Truman in the 1948 presidential election. Giving up a promising law practice, he moved to Socorro, New Mexico, opened a land title business and turned his sights toward improving the quality of life in rural areas

TOP LEFT: Carl Turner was often seen wearing a red checkered shirt and smoking a pipe. ABOVE: Carl’s speaking impacted New Mexico in many ways, through his time as NMRECA executive manager and his lobbying of the state Legislature. PHOTOS COURTESY OF NMRECA OPPOSITE PAGE: Carl’s legacy lives on through the scholarship fund he helped start. ADOBE STOCK PHOTO BY PROSTOCK-STUDIO

of his adopted state. In 1959, he was elected to the New Mexico Legislature and represented Socorro County for two years. In 1960, Carl became the first executive manager of the NMRECA in Santa Fe, a position he held for almost 30 years. Keven J. Groenewold, current NMRECA CEO, remembers his longtime friend as a man who never forgot his rural roots. “His trademark bib overalls were just one way he announced to powerful and ordinary citizens that he was a man of the people,” Keven says. Often seen wearing a red checkered flannel shirt and smoking a pipe, Carl played an active role in a grassroots movement that enabled the states of New Mexico and Colorado to acquire the narrow-gauge San Juan Extension of the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad. The repeal of the Sherman Act in 1893 enchantment.coop


devastated the silver mining industry in New Mexico and Colorado. Mines and smelters shut down, banks closed and railroads suffered. Looking for other sources of revenue, the D&RGW—which ran lines throughout the area—began converting some of its narrow-gauge lines to standard-gauge to service the up-andcoming oil industry. Due to dwindling traffic, some lines, including the San Juan Extension between Antonito and Chama, didn’t justify conversion. In 1969 the Interstate Commerce Commission granted the Rio Grande’s request to abandon its remaining narrow gauge main lines. However, Carl and several like-minded friends had already begun lobbying for New Mexico and Colorado to buy, preserve and run the historic San Juan line and its iconic steam locomotives. In April 1969, legislation was signed in New Mexico allowing the state to buy the track between Chama and Antonito and in 1970, Colorado passed similar legislation. The two states took joint ownership of the line and by 1971 the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad became a reality. Carl served three terms on the bistate commission that governs the enchantment.coop

railroad before stepping down in 2006. “Carl Turner had a vision of what the C&TSRR was capable of providing to the communities of Chama and Antonito and the states of New Mexico and Colorado,” says Leo Schmitz, former executive director of the railroad’s commission. That vision was to “preserve and develop the historical railroad as a ‘Museum on Wheels’ for the education, enlightenment and enjoyment of future generations.” In recognition of Carl’s contributions, a parlor car was named in his honor in 2007. Carl died at the age of 87 on August 23, 2008. In 2009, Michael Sanchez, a New Mexico state senator from 1993 to 2016, memorialized him as “a book lover and collector; a genealogist able to trace his roots back to 1623; a carver and chopper of wood; an extraordinary storyteller; and a grower and harvester of horseradish.” But Carl was also “a scholar who had a curiosity about many diverse topics and who was accomplished in many areas of the arts, sciences and other human interests.” In the early 1970s, those interests led to Carl’s involvement in the creation of the Cooperative Utilities Finance Corporation to serve the financial needs of rural electric co-ops and their members which, among other things, included educational scholarships. Realizing that financial assistance was necessary for many college students living in rural areas, Carl helped change state statutes regarding escheated funds derived from unclaimed capital credits, allowing co-ops to put unclaimed money into the scholarship fund. Although not covering the enormous expense associated with a college education, Carl intended the scholarships

to reduce expenses and enable more sons and daughters of New Mexico Rural Electric Cooperative Association members to pursue their dreams. In 1999, New Mexico State University took over as trustee of the Carl M. Turner Endowed Scholarship. As an endowment, the school never withdraws any of the principal, and only the earned interest funds the scholarships. The scholarship has enabled students from rural families to further their educations in agricultural and business studies, or gain knowledge in the areas of engineering, teacher education and behavioral science. Students interested in applying for the scholarship must be full-time, undergraduate NMSU students; members or family members of a New Mexico Rural Electric or Telephone Cooperative and must maintain a 2.5 GPA. Two scholarships, renewable for up to eight semesters, are awarded annually. Scholar Dollar$, accessible at scholarships.nmsu.edu is the singular online scholarship application and awarding system for New Mexico State University. The 2022-23 Scholar Dollar$ will open October 1, 2021. Carl was an ordinary man who spent a lifetime creating a lasting legacy. His morals and ethics, the examples he set, the paths he chose, the decisions he made and the way he conducted his life made a positive impact on the lives of those who knew him and those who benefited from his accomplishments and benevolence. The New Mexico Rural Electric Cooperative Association, New Mexico State University, and the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad are keeping his legacy alive.


Socorro Electric Cooperative

It Is a Matter of (Co-op) Principles General Manager Joseph Herrera

Address

215 E. Manzanares Ave. P.O. Box H Socorro, NM 87801

Telephone

575-835-0560

Outages

800-351-7575 or 855-881-8159

Email

service@socorroelectric.com

Website

www.socorroelectric.com

Office Hours

8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (M-F)

Board of Trustees President

Anne L. Dorough, District 5 575-772-2989

Vice President

Luis Aguilar, District 3

aguilar.district3@socorroelectric.com

Secretary-Treasurer

Paul Bustamante, District 1 pbustamante.district1@socorroelectric.com

Leroy Anaya

District 3 anaya.district3@socorroelectric.com

Michael Hawkes

District 4 mhawkes.district4@socorroelectric.com

James Nelson

District 2 nelson.district2@socorroelectric.com

Donald Wolberg District 3 505-710-3050

Board Meeting The Board of Trustees meets the fourth Wednesday of the month at the cooperative. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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ACE Hardware, State Farm, REI, Land O’Lakes and Your Socorro Electric Cooperative share something in common: All are cooperatives. The industries are different, but all share a passion for serving members and helping communities thrive. In fact, all cooperatives adhere to the same set of seven principles that reflect core values of honesty, transparency, equity, inclusiveness and service to the greater community good. October is National Co-op Month. This is the perfect time to reflect on these principles that have stood the test of time and provide a framework for how cooperatives operate. Let’s look at the first three cooperative principles. Voluntary and Open Membership Like all co-ops, Socorro Electric Cooperative was created out of necessity to meet a community need. In 1945, a group of neighbors banded together and organized the electric co-op so everyone in the community could benefit. For a modest membership fee to the co-op, all farmers could get electricity delivered to their property. Neighbors came together to tackle a common problem they couldn’t solve alone. They worked together for the benefit of the entire community. Newly established electric lines helped power economic opportunity in the community. While this history may be forgotten, key parts of that heritage remain: the focus on the mission and serving the greater good. Membership is open to everyone in SEC's service territory, regardless of race, religion, age, disability, gender identity, language, political perspective or socioeconomic status, improving the quality of life and economic opportunity for the entire community. Democratic Member Control Socorro Electric is well-suited to meet the needs of members because the co-op is locally governed. Each member gets a voice and a vote in how the co-op is run, and each voice and vote are equal. Socorro Electric's leadership team and employees live here in the community. The board of directors, which helps set long-term priorities for the co-op, are SEC members who have been elected by neighbors just like you. Socorro Electric knows its members have a valuable perspective, which is why it continually seeks your input, and encourages you to weigh in on important co-op issues and participate in co-op elections. The co-op’s close connection to the community ensures it understands members’ priorities and makes more informed decisions on long-term investments such as equipment and technology upgrades. Members’ Economic Participation As a utility, Socorro Electric’s mission is to provide safe, reliable and affordable energy to its members. But the not-for-profit electric co-op also is motivated by service to the community rather than delivering profits to investors. Members contribute equitably to, and democratically control, the capital of Socorro Electric, with surpluses allocated for co-op programs, initiatives, capital investments and to support other activities approved by members. Because the co-op is guided by the Seven Cooperative Principles, it is not just about dollars. It is about opportunity for all and being fair when engaging with members. Your Socorro Electric Cooperative is a reflection of the local community and its evolving needs. Your cooperative views its role as a catalyst for good and making its corner of the world a better place. enchantment.coop


Help Us Find These Members

Hey all SEC Members, help us find your neighbors! Your Socorro Electric Cooperative is continuing its processing of a 100% general retirement of Capital Credits for 1993. Following is a list of SEC member names whose addresses are marked as undeliverable in our capital credits system. If your name is on this list, please contact Carol Dotson at SEC to update your mailing address. If you recognize a name on the list, please contact them—or their family if they’re deceased—and ask them to contact Carol. Carol Dotson can be reached at 575-838-9721, or emailed at cdotson@socorroelectric.com. Thank you from the staff of Your Socorro Electric Cooperative! AALTO EUGENE ABBEY DUANE ABDALLA E ABEL JUSTIN T ABEYTA A T & CHAVEZ M ABEYTA CECELIA ABEYTA ED ABEYTA FLORA M ABEYTA JANET ABEYTA JUAN ABEYTA LAWRENCE ABEYTA MICKEY ABEYTA ROSE M ABEYTA SILVER ABLES SCOTT ABRAHAM LAWRENCE ACANFRIO LOU ACEBEDO SYLVIA ACOSTA ALICIA ACOSTA JOSEFA ACOSTA LARRY ACOSTA MARIA A ACOSTA NARCISSO ACOSTA ROBERT ADAIR ARCHIE ADAMITIS DON ADAMS DEL ADAMS EDWARD ADAMS JON OR SANDRA ADAMS MARK OR NICOLE ADAMS ROBERT ADAMS SANDRA ADLER DAVID S AGAN TROY AGE GINA AGEZO FRANCIS AGUAYO JAKE AGUILAR INEZ AGUILAR PAUL AGUILAR REBECCA AHAMMAD ASHFAQUE AHMAD AZMAT Z AHSAN TARIQ AICHER SUE AIELLO RITA AKARD RUTH AKE JON AKGUN OSMAN AKIN RHUDELL

AKINS CHARLES E AKINS KRISTINE AL JANOUBI EMAD ALAJMI FALAH ALAM MANSOOR ALAMSHAW SHARUKH ALASRY MOHAMMED M ALBELDANO CHRISTINE ALBIN VERN ALBRECHT WAYNE F ALDERSON STACEY L ALEXANDER BETH ALEXANDER M L ALEY DAVE K ALFERO MARK ALFORD CARLA AL-GHAMDI MOHAMMED A AL-GHAMDI SAEED ALLEN ANN MARIE ALLEN DAVID O ALLEN PETER C ALLEN ROBYN YVONNE ALLEY JEAN AL-MATHKOUR ABDUL ALMGREN KEVIN AL-REBH AHMED MANSOUR AL-SALEM KHALID ALVARADO GERMAN ALVARADO JOSE ALVARADO MARGARITA ALVIDREZ JANET ALZAMMAM ABDULLAH E AMARO JASON J AMARO MELISSA A AMAYA ISABEL AMBRIZ JULIAM AMES JOHN AMES MICHAEL AMMANN CHERYL ANAYA NADINE ANAYA PETE ANAYA SANDRA LEE ANDALORA JOHN ANDEREGG GEORGE E ANDERSEN VICTOR ANDERSON CHRISTOPHER S ANDERSON EDWARD H ANDERSON FRED ANDERSON GAYLIN

ANDERSON GERALYN ANDERSON JACK ANDERSON JOYCE ANDERSON LORI ANDERSON STUART C ANDERSON VICTOR ANDERSON WOODROW ANDRADE JOSE ANDREATTA MICHAEL ANDREWS SCOTT J ANDREWS W RAY ANGEL SONNY ANGELUS DAN ANGLIN L H ANSELMO PETER APACHE ANNA APACHE BERNICE APACHE BESSIE G APACHE JUDY APACHE JULIO APACHITO AUGUSTINE APACHITO CORNELIA APACHITO FRANCES APACHITO HELEN APACHITO HERBERT APACHITO JAY APACHITO JESSE APACHITO KENNETH APACHITO KOKI APACHITO LOLITA B APACHITO LUPE G APACHITO MARTIANO APACHITO NELLIE V APACHITO SANDIA APACHITO VELMA APACHITO VICENTE APACHITO WILLIAM APODACA ANTONIO J APODACA ARTHUR APODACA DAVID APODACA EUGENE R APODACA FRED C APODACA JOSIE APODACA MARIO F APODACA MELECIO JR APODACA ROSE E APODACA THEODORE APPLE BILLY C & DOROTH APPLEGATE CHARLES

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BARNES JOHN BARNETT CHARLOTTE BARNETT JULIE H BARNEY ARDEN D BARNHART ROBERT BARNITZ JOHN BARON CHARLES BARRERAS BENNIE BARRETT M G BARRETT SHEILA BARRETT WAYNE BARRIE DON BARSUASKAS KATHERINE S BARTON CLARK JR BARTON JAMES C BASHAM BOB OR LORI BASTAR PETER BASTOW GORDON BATEMAN MONTE G BATEMAN RON BATES KEITH BATES PHIL BATES WILLIAM BAUM CLOVER BAZAREWSKY MICHAEL C BEAGLES EDDIE JR BEAN AL BEAR H W BEASLEY PAT BEATON DEREK BEATON DEREK O BEATTIE SUSAN BEAULIEU JACQUAY BECK F E BECKER DAVID BECKERT DONALD C BECKNELL JONATHAN BECKNER JOSEPH BECKNER TRIXIE BELDING JANE BELKIN PETER BELL MEDIA BELL RICHARD BELL RICHARD L BELL RICK BELLOW CHARLES BENALIL JANE BENAVIDEZ ALFREDO BENAVIDEZ DELLA BENAVIDEZ GINA BENAVIDEZ LORENZO BENAVIDEZ MARTIN BENAVIDEZ RAY N BENAVIDEZ RITA BENAVIDEZ SELSO BENAVIDEZ THERESA BENDER JOHN H BENDO GEORGE BENGISU MURAT BENGU ERMAN BENHOFF SUSAN BENJAMIN BIRDIE L BENJAMIN SI MRS BENNETT JOE W BENNETT N BENNETTS SYLVIA

BENO LAWRENCE BENSON CARL BENYSEK LEE J BENZULY SID BERLIN WILLIAM BERMUDEZ PATRICIA BERNAL EDDIE BERNAL FRANK BERNAL ISIDRO BERNICK PHILIP A BERRIDGE DAVID BERRY DAN BERTON MORRIS BEST SALLY BETZER KATHY BICE BRENT BIEBERMAN ROBERT A BIEHL STEVE BIGNELL CARL BIKKERS RICHARD BILLIE ALICE BILLIE DONNA BIRD ALBERT BIRETTA JOHN A BIRNER IWILTA BISH ROBERT L BISHOP RISS BIZARDI LIZ BLACHMAN STEVEN BLACK ISAAC BLACK JENNIFER BLACK PAUL BLACKBURN J W BLAKE ELI BLANKENSHIP DON BLOCK BOLTEN ANDREW BLODGETT DANIEL BLOMQUIST JOHN BLOSS RALPH BLOUGH BILL J BLUM FRED BLUMENSTOCK L SHERRY BLYTH ALAN BOADI ISAAC BOATWRIGHT ROCKNE BODINE KEITH BODIO STEPHEN BOE LYNN F BOGART DODD BOGART HARVEY BOGGESS HOMER BOHLENDER CHARLES J BOHN GERALD BOLTON ROBERT BONDS JAMES T BONFIELD JOE BONHAM RICHARD BONOMO DOMENIC BOONE DAN BORDEN DEBRA L BORGO DOUG BORYTA JENNIFER BOULDEN ANN BOUTRY ELLEN BOWERS TONY BOWMAN M J

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BUCHNER HARRY BUCKLEY COLIN BUDZIEN JOHN BUERCKLIN ED BULLARD BRYAN BULLARD CLEO H BULUSU RAO BUNTING PATRICK BUONGIORNO ARMAND BURBACH DONALD BURCH DOUG BURCK PETER BURGASON JACK BURGHER KATHRYN BURGHER ROBERT BURGOS MANUELA BURK ALDRICE BURK EVAN BURKE HAROLD BURKET DONALD G BURKHEAD VIRGINIA BURKS JOE BURKY THOMAS BURLESON ROBERT LEE BURNETT J R BURNHAM ROBERT B BURROWS BILLY J BURSON JAMES M BURSON LAWRENCE BURSON WESLEY BUSH VALENTINA BUSKER PHILIP BUSTAMANTE KATHY BUSTAMANTE KENNETH G BUSTAMANTE MARTIN BUTCHER MARK BUTLER MAUDE I BUTO ROBERT C BYRD EFFIE BYRD TORI RHYS C Z YEE & B A AMOS CABRALES JESUS J CADDELL CASEY & MELISS CADENA RAUL CADIER WILLIAM CAHOON NATHAN E CAINES TOM CALDER DARLENE R CALDER ROBERT CALDWELL LUCKY CALKINS RAY CALVILLO LARRY CAMACHO PEGGY CAMPANELLA MIKE CAMPBELL CHARLES CAMPBELL DAN & DEBORAH CAMPBELL GAIL CAMPBELL L JOHN CAMPBELL ROBERT CAMPBELL SUE CAMPBELL URBAN CAMPOLO GUY CAMPOS LORRAINE CAMPOS SERAFIN CAMUNEZ LINDA CANALE PAT


CANDELARIA ARTHUR R CANDELARIA BILLY CANDELARIA HOPE R CANO CARMEN CANO MANUEL CANTRELL MICHAEL CAPPS HAROLD R CAPUANO LOUIS CARBAJAL DAVID CARDINALLI MARY CAREY DEAN CARILLI ADRIANNA CARLBERT RICH CARLISLE DIANE CARLOWE ERIC CARLSON LESLIE CARLSTON LEO CARLTON KENT CARNERO EVA CARNICOM DONALD CARON DON CARPEN URBAN M CARRASCO FRANCISCO E CARRILLO AURORA E CARRILLO BENERITO CARRILLO CAROL M CARRILLO CATARINA CARRILLO CONRADO CARRILLO DEBRA CARRILLO RAINA CARRILLO REYNALDO CARRINGTON DANIEL D CARROLL CHARLES CARROLL PAT W CARSON SHAWN R CARTER ANGELA CARTER VIRGIL CARVER RONALD F CARY SONJA E CASADOS JACK CASAUS ANITA CASE GLENN CASES MARIA CASEY GLORIA CASH MICHELLE CASIANO LIVIA CASKEY E L CASSADY DEAN CASSIDY FRANCIS CASSIDY KATHY CASTELLUCCIO FRANK J CASTILLO ALBERT CASTILLO ANTHONY I CASTILLO DEE CASTILLO FRANK CASTILLO L A CASTRO MIKE CATALDO F F CATES CAROL S CATHER STEVE CATOR PETE III & LINDA CATRON JAMES CAUDILL ROY CETIN ULUI CHACE DAVID A CHACON ABELARDO CHADD ROBERT CHA-GUERRA KARATE

CHAMBERLAIN DONALD D CHAMBERLAIN LEE CHAMBERLAIN ROBERT CHAMBERLAIN STEVE CHAN YUNG-KUAN CHANG IHSIUNG CHANG SHIH-HSIEN CHANG WILLIE CHANGARAN ARUN CHANGKUON LUIS CHAPARO ALSELMO CHARLES SHAWN G CHASTAIN CLEMENT L CHASTEEN HAYDEN CHAVES LINDA CHAVES S T CHAVEZ ANTHONY CHAVEZ ANTONIA CHAVEZ BOBBY & RENEE CHAVEZ CANDELARIO MRS CHAVEZ CHRISTINA CHAVEZ CYNTHIA R CHAVEZ DANIEL CHAVEZ DAVID V CHAVEZ DELILAH CHAVEZ DELLA CHAVEZ DENELDA M CHAVEZ EDWARD JR CHAVEZ ERNEST CHAVEZ EVA CHAVEZ FLAVIO CHAVEZ FRANCES CHAVEZ FRANCES A CHAVEZ FRANK & ARLINDA CHAVEZ FRANK B CHAVEZ ISABEL CHAVEZ J A L CHAVEZ JOHN A. CHAVEZ JUDY E CHAVEZ KATHERINE CHAVEZ LUZ CHAVEZ M D CHAVEZ MACEDONIO CHAVEZ MELVIN CHAVEZ MIKE CHAVEZ MYRA CHAVEZ PAUL DENNIS CHAVEZ PEDRO N CHAVEZ PHILLIP & BONNI CHAVEZ PLACIDA CHAVEZ ROBERT J CHAVEZ RODNEY CHAVEZ RONALD STEVE CHAVEZ RUBEN CHAVEZ RUDY CHAVEZ RUTH CHAVEZ SAMSON CHAVEZ STEVE CHAVEZ SYLVIA CHAVEZ TIM CHAVEZ TIM J CHAVEZ TOMMIE CHAVEZ VERONICA CHAVEZ VICENTE CHAVEZ VICENTE L CHAVEZ VIVIAN CHEN KUI CHEN TIEHAN

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Recognize a Name? Contact Carol Dotson of Your Socorro Electric Cooperative at 575-838-9721 or cdotson@ socorroelectric.com. Thank you for your help!

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GUTIERREZ MICHAEL GUTIERREZ NICOLE GUTIERREZ PABLO GUTIERREZ PATRICIA C GUTIERREZ ROMAN E GUTIERREZ SALLY GUZMAN RAUL P HAASE DON HAASE STEVE HACKLER BENNY HACKLER MARK HADDAD NICHOLAS HADDOCK SALLIE HAGGERTY GRACE HAHN KURT HAIGLER CRYSTAL HAIWANG SUN HALE ANDREW HALE JANIS HALEY BILL HALL CAREY HALL EASTER HALL JOHN HALL MARY ANN HALL MERVIN HALL NATHAN HALL ROBERT B HALL TIM HALL W T HALL WALTER T HALLETT BRUCE HALLOWAY BILLY G HALLS RAINFORD HAMEL KENNETH HAMILTON BRENT HAMILTON FLORENCE V HAMILTON GARY HAMILTON JAMES R HAMMER TERI HAMMOND MIKE HAMMONS KENNETH R HAMMONS MARK HAMPTON JEWEL HAMPTON RUTH HAN FENG HANAGAN MIKE HAND JOHNNY HANEBERG WILLIAM HANNAN TIM HANSEN CLAY HANSEN CRAIG HANSEN MIKE HANSON JAMIE HANSON PAULA HANSON ROBERT JR/PAULA HANSON TIM HARDISON JACK HARDMAN PAUL & MARY HARGIS DONALD

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HENSELL CAROL HENSLEY DOLORES HENTON JOSEPH HERITAGE JASON & COLET HERNANDEZ DEORA HERNANDEZ GUADALUPE HERNANDEZ KATHY HERRERA ALBERT HERRERA CHELLA HERRERA EDWARD HERRERA LENA HERRERA LUPE P HERRERA RUDY A HERZING JAY HEWSON S OR GRAVES M HICKEY ROBERT HICKEY RONALD & MARY HICKEY WAYNE C JR HICKS ERIC HIDALGO CHRIS HIENZMAN CYNTHIA HIER CRAIG HIGDON JAMES HIGGINS TRACY E HIGGINSON CELIA HIGNIGHT ROBERT HILDEBRAND ROD HILL BARBARA HILL EVELYNE HILL REV B G HILL SUSAN HINCHMAN MABEL HIPSH RICHARD HIRSHFIELD MICHAEL HIRTZ ERNEST M HOBART GEORGE HOBBY JAMES HODGSON JOHN HOFFMAN KRIS HOFMANN KATHLEEN HOGSETT JOE MRS HOINES SUSAN HOLDAWAY MARK HOLDEN THOMAS HOLGUIN GILBERT HOLLADAY CARMELA HOLLAND PATRICIA A HOLLAND SUSANNE HOLLIS WILLIAM K HOLLIS WILLIAM KIRK HOLLOWAY FAYE HOLMES CHRISTOPHER HOLMES MARY HOLT SUSAN HOLTRY VICKIE HOMES KEN HOOPER ROB HOOTEN RICHARD HORST RONALD HOSSAIN ANWAR HOTTER CARYN HOUGHTON SCOTT HOUK STEVE HOULE PAUL A HOWES WILLIAM HOYT BRIAN P HOZAG ADRIAN

HU BAICHUAN HU XIAOLONG HUANG H & HONG J HUANG TZU CHEICH HUBBARD GREG HUBBARD JOE HUBBART GERALD W HUBBLE ELIZABETH HUBBLE MARK HUDDLESTON PATRICIA HUDGENS DON HUDGINS DONALD HUDSON H K HUDSON LILLY HUDSON SHANNON G HUDSON WES HUDSTON DAVID HUEY PATTI HUFFMAN GRACE A HUFFMAN ROGER HUGHES C D HUGHES HOLLY HUGHES JARAD HUGHSON LANCE D HUISJEN DANIEL HULES LORI H HULETT ELWYN HULSLANDER WAYNE R HUME WILLIAM DR HUMPHREYS LEANNE HUNNICUTT CLAUDIA HUNT GARETH C HUNTER FAYE HUNTSMAN BRIAN HURLEY JENNIFER L HURLEY MILO L JR HURSEY HAZEL HURST ANTHONY HURST GERARD HURTGEN RAY HUST CYNTHIA HUTCHERSON SHELIA K HUTCHISON WARREN HUTSON MARY HUTTER CYNTHIA HUTZEN CHARLES H HUYHUA JUAN C HYLAND PAT IATAURO MICHAEL IHSLE TOM INAL OSMAN T INGERSOFF DEBRA INGLISH WINNELL INGWERSON CLAY IRBY M DON ISHMAEL SANDRA L ISIK ISKENDER ISLE BRIAN ISSA JUDY IVANOV VLADIMIR JACKSON J H JACKSON JOE A JACKSON LESTER JACQUEZ CARMELLA JACQUEZ PABLO JAGGARS JOHN A JAGGERS JESS

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MARTINEZ QUIRINO MARTINEZ SALOMON MARTINEZ TEODOMIRO MARTINEZ VIOLA MARY INMAN MASCARENAS NICHOLAS MASSINGILL GARY MASTERSON BILL MATCHIN RENEE MATLOCK CHARLENE MATTHEWS MARK MATTINGELY JUDY MATUS JOHN M MATUSA MICHAEL MAULDIN IRA L MAULDIN MONTE MAXFIELD TED E MAXWELL PORTER/RUTH MA MAY CLARENCE MAY DANNY MAY JIM MAY LARRY MAY MARILYN HAYNAM MAY ROBERT Q MAYER MIKE MAYHUE DEAN J MAYTAG LEWIS B MCACHRAN SYMANTHA B MCADOO J G MCAVOY CHITA MCBRIDE JOSEPH L MCBRIDE KATIE MCCALLUN OWEN E MCCART IAN MCCARTHY JAMES M MCCLURE JERRY MCCOLLUM O E MCCONNELL TED MCCROSKEY MONICA R MCCUNE NAN M MCDANIEL BO MCDANIEL DAVY MCDANIEL JACKEYE MCDEVITT JACK OR MARCI MCDONALD DAVID C MCDONALD SUSAN MCDONALD VIRGINIA MCDORMAN ELOISE MCDORMAN GLEN MCDORMAN JAKE MCELHOSE DAWN MCFADDEN MARION MCFADDEN MOLLEY L MCGAHA TERRY MCGATHA DUANE MCGEHEE MARY MCGINNIS MONA MCGRATH KATHLEEN MCGREW R B MCHENRY THOMAS J MCHONE SHARON MCKALLIP CURTIS MCKEE DAVID D MCKEE JOHN D DR MCKEE MARGO MCKENNA DENISE

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MCKINLEY BOBBY MCKINLEY WAYNE L MCKINNEY BUCK MCKINNON MARK MCKITRICK SCOTT A MCLAIN PATRICIA MCMILLAN SHIRLEY MCMULLEN BILL & STEPHA MCNABB JAMES H MCNABB LARRY L MCNATT RODERICK L MCNEIL JAMIE MCNEIL JIM MCPHEETERS DONALD MCQUEEN CATHY MCRAE RON MCSMITH JUNE MEADOWS DARREN MEDINA ANTHONY P MEDINA RICARDO MEDLIN RICHARD MEHLE PAUL MEHRINGER DAVID MEIER PETER MELTON CLAY MENCIK JITKA MENDELL KAREN MENDOZA ALEX MENDOZA BONNIE MEOR HARUN MEOR YUSRI MERCADO ABRAHAM MEREDITH BILLY L MERLAN THOMAS W METCALFE REGINALD MEYER ALAN MEYER HERMAN MEYER MELVIN W MEYER ROBERT & MARGIE MEZA DANNY MICHAELS DAVID MIERA CRUZITA MIERA JAMES MILAS RICHARD MILLER ALBERT G MILLER ALLEN E MILLER DAVE ALAN MILLER DONALD V MILLER DORIS MILLER JOHN H MILLER LINDA MILLER MARY MILLER MICHAEL J MILLER RICHARD D MILLER ROY A MILLER RUSSELL MILLER THOMAS L MILLIS VERNON MILLS SANDRA L MILLS STEVEN MILNER RAY G MILTON CLAY MINITREZ GILBERT MINITREZ ROSE B MINKER BOB & CHARLOTTE MIOL JAMES MIRABAL TAMMIE

MIRANDA ANGIE MIRANDA AUDIE MIRRO VINCENT MISIEWICZ DONALD A MISKA STEFAN MISTRILLE PAULINE MITCHELL HUGH COL MITCHELL LLOYD MITCHELL ROBERT M MITCHELL WILLIAM MO QIXU MOCERA JOSEPH MOCK DONALD G MOFFETT BRAT MOLINA JUANITA(RODRIGU MONETTE GEORGE MONK GREGORY MONROE E S & I S MONROE MARY T MONTANO ANDREW MONTANO BENNIE MONTANO BRIAN MONTANO CHRIS MONTANO HENRY B MONTANO JOSE M MONTANO PETE MONTANO VICKY L MONTE BOB MONTE DIEGO MONTE SALLY MONTEZ MIGUEL NAVAREZ MONTGOMERY BELLA MONTGOMERY KLEA MONTGOMERY R C & MILDR MONTGOMERY SAM MONTOYA ALEX SR MONTOYA ANTONIO MONTOYA ARTURO B MONTOYA DEMETRIO MONTOYA EDNA MONTOYA ELOISA MONTOYA GARY MONTOYA GILBERT MONTOYA JIMMY MONTOYA JOE C JR MONTOYA JOE S MONTOYA JOHNNY MONTOYA MAX C MONTOYA MAX MRS MONTOYA MICHAEL M MONTOYA RICHARD MONTOYA ROSE MONTOYA STANLEY MONTOYA TOMMIE MOODY JEAN MOODY JOHN MOORE AVERY M MOORE DICK MOORE DOLORES MOORE ED MOORE ERNEST MOORE GEORGE E MOORE JAMES R MOORE JEAN MOORE ORVILLE MOORE SHRADER

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MOORE-BLODGETT ANDREA MORALES ALFONSO MORAN JAMES H MORAN MARK MORELLI ALFRED A JR MORENO ERLINDA MORENO GEORGIA MORGAN CLARENCE MORGAN HELEN MORGAN KATHERINE M MORGAN KEN MORGAN MICHEAL L MORGENSEN CYNTHIA MORRIS AARON MORRIS BOB MORRIS DAVID MORRIS LOUIS W MORRIS VICTOR MORRISON DAVID MORRISSEY JEFF MORROW WILLIAM B MORTENSEN PAUL S MORTON BYRON L MOXEY H G MOYA MICHAEL M MOYA PAULINE MOYA ROSA MOYE DAVID & SANDY MOZDEN ALEX MOZLEY PETER MUEHLENWEG CHARLES F MUELLER RON MUIR A K MULUPURU JAYARAM MUNCY BETTY J MUNCY SHAWN LEE MUNDY MICHAEL J MUNOZ D & MORENO P MUNOZ ELENA MUNOZ FRED MURFIN RALPH MURNER LARRY MURPHY ART MURPHY FRED MURPHY MARY MURPHY MATT MURRAY JOEL A MURRAY STACEY MURRELL JACK MURRELL SCOTT D MURUSKY E LAWRENCE MUSE TERESA MUSTAFA SUFI MUTHIAH SUNDARARAJAN MYERS GLORIA MYERS JOHNNY NAGAL NEAL NAGEL W R NALDA JOHN NANEZ GARY NARANJO BILL A NARANJO GINA NARANJO ROMELIA NARVAIZ JULIE NASH STEVE NASH TY

NATH SHYAMAL K NATHAN CHARLES NAVARRO ELOY C NAVARRO FELIX NAWAZ MOHAMMED NEEL DAPHNE NEELY HEATHER NEELY TOM NEERGAARD LYNN NEILL CHRIS NELSON DENNIS L NELSON JERRY NELSON LOREN P NESS EVERETT D NEUMAN ANGELIQUE NEVAREZ VALERIANO NEVITT SUSAN NEWBERRY J J NEWMAN CLAYTON NEWSOM LEO NICHOLAS GERTRUDE NICHOLAS HOMER SR NICHOLAS WALTER A NICHOLS MONTY NICHOLSON DIANE NICKELSON LLOYD NIEDERHOFER ARNOLD NIEMYJSKI TAD C NIERI JAMES NIMIR HASSAN BESHIR NISHIMURA OSAMU NORMAN VIRGINIA NORRIS CHARLIE MAE NORRIS GRANVILLE NORRIS PATRICIA ANN NORTHROP DAVID NORTON RICHARD NORVIEL PAUL W NOURSE ELLENA NOVOGRADOC KEVIN NOVOTNY ANTHONY NOWELL ARTHUR P NOWELL BILL NOWICKI J NUNEZ EUGENE NUNEZ FRANCISCO NYE MIKE OBERMAYER VICTORIA O’BRIEN JOHN J OCHOA ALICIA OCHS DANIEL O’CONNOR E & SCRIBNER ODELL WALTER J O’LEARY TOM OLGUIN B & BORDEWICK OLGUIN MARY OLIVES MIKE OLSEN JAMES W OLSON DOUGLAS B OLSON GARY R OLSON JIM ONDERKO ROBERT J ONEAL JIM ONEY ROBERTA ORLOFF KENNETH L ORNDORFF WILL


ORNELAS ISIDRO JR ORONA DARLENE ORONA ROBERT ORONA WILLIE OROPALLO BETTY ORRELL HARRISS ORRELL JOHN ORTEGA BENJAMIN ORTEGA DAVID M ORTEGA JEANETTE ORTEGA REYNALDO ORTEGA RICHARD ORTIZ ABUNDIO ORTIZ ANNE S ORTIZ ELOY ORTIZ EMILIO ORTIZ JACINTO ORTIZ PAUL R ORTIZ RAUL OSOWSKI JOHN OSTMARK HENRIC OTERO ELIZABETH OTERO JESSE OTERO MARY E OUENES AHMED OUTLAWS AB HARRIS OVERMAN HENRY OVERMAN PAUL OWEN BRANDY OWENS KEN OWENS KENT OWENS LAUREN OWSIANY JOHN OZMENT JOE PACE JIM PACHECO SUSAN PADILLA AMELIA SHIRLEY PADILLA BENITO PADILLA BERNARDO MRS PADILLA BILLY PADILLA BRENDA PADILLA DAN PADILLA DANNY PADILLA DELILAH R PADILLA DONALD PADILLA DUANE PADILLA EDWARD CARL PADILLA ESTHER G PADILLA FELIPE JR PADILLA FELIX S PADILLA ISABEL L PADILLA JOHNNY PADILLA JOSE E PADILLA LEANDRO PADILLA MARIA PADILLA MARTHA PADILLA MARTIN L PADILLA MARY ANN PADILLA PATRICK PADILLA PAUL A PADILLA PAUL M PADILLA PAULINE PADILLA PENNY & SAMMY PADILLA RAY A PADILLA RICKY PADILLA ROBERT

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PERALTA JOE MRS PERALTA MIGUEL S PERALTA NESTOR PERALTA VITALIA PEREZ AMADO PEREZ BARNEY PEREZ NEO & GERMAINE PEREZ RAMON PERINI MATTHEW PERKINS BILL PERKINS BOBBY PERRY BETTY J PERRY DIANNE PERRY LARRY PERRY MANUEL PERRY ROBERT E PERSHALL RICHARD PERSING JIM PERSON PATRICIA PERSSON MAY PETENCIN GERALD PETERS GENE PETERS LORRAINE PETERSON CARL A PETERSON GARY PETERSON MERLE J PETERSON RIEDEL PETERSON ROBERT L PETERSON TED PETERSON W DENNIS PETEZ MARIO PETRAS ANNE PETRIK JOSEPH PETROCCO DEBBIE A PETROVITZ S AND C PETSCHEK MARILYN PFEIFFER RICHARD PHELPS JOHN O PHILLIPS DON PHILLIPS RHODA PHILONESE BAISDEN PIASSO KAROLIE PIERCE BILL PIERCE RONNIE PIERSON BERT MRS PIERSON RICK G PINEDA THERESA PINION CHERYL K PINO CHARLES PINO EMILA PINO JOSEPHINE PINO JUAN PINO LINDA N PINO LORENZO PINO PAULA PINO RAY G PINO RICHARD PINO ROBERT PINO STELLA PIPER MATTHEW SR PIPER ROBERT J PITT STEWART PITTS BERNIE PITTSENBARGER MARILYN PLANERT CAROLINE S PLANK RAYMOND

PLEAU BERNARD JR PLOWMAN PAUL POET JOHN POLSTER MARK POND E L JR POOLE NOLEN PORCAS RICHARD PORTZ ALEX T POTTS SUSAN POUNDERS JAMES A POUNDS WESLEY POWERS LLOYD III POWERS LLOYD W SR POWERS SIDNEY E PRANDY SANDRA A PRATHER EMERY PRATHER LOUIS & SHIRLE PRELL DEBORAH A PRELL DEBRA PREUSSNER SARAH PRICE RENELL & WILLIAM PRICE SHAWN PRIETO ANASTACIO PROFFITT WAYNE PROTSMAN ROBERT PROVENCIO DAVID PRUSIN BEATRICE PRUSIN MARIANNE PUCHE DANIEL PUCKETT J R PURCELL J DR PURCELL TIM PURDUE BYRON PURTYMUN BILL PUTNAM JEFFREY PUTNAM S JANE QI SUN QUASNY RONALD QUEMADA LAURA QUINLAN JOE QUINTANA CARL RAEL CRISTINA RAEL EDDIE RAEL LINDA RAEL RICKY RAHMANOU AFSHIN RAI JAGDISH RAJTAR JERZY RALEY MARRIAN K RAMEY LOU ELLEN RAMIREZ CARLOS RAMIREZ JULIA C RAMOS ROUMALDO RAMSEY RICHARD RAMZEL JACK RANGER CONNIE S RANSOM JAMES RAO SUMAN

RASCO RAY RAUEN JIM RAUTHMAN CHRISTOPHER RAVI BELLAMLCONDA RAY RAYBURN RAYMOND ARBUTUS READ TIM REAGAN THOMAS F REARDON JOE REASNER RAY & THELMA REAVES ESTEFANA REBERK LAUREL REDA DENNIS REED JOHN REEDER INES MRS REEDER SCOTT REEDY ROBERT C REES C M REEVES DAN REEVES HARRY REHFELDT KEN REHRIG JAMES B REINIKAINEN RON REINISCH ROBERT REISINGER ALAN A RENTERIA MICHELLE REX DAVID REX SHEILA REXRODE JAMES REYES LUIS REYNOLDS BETTY REYNOLDS CHARLEY REYNOLDS JOHN REYNOLDS RICHARD REZA MARCUS REZA P MIGUEL RHOADES JEFFREY RIBERA EMILY RIBONI LAVERN RICHARD CASSANDRA F RICHARDS IGNACIO RICHARDS LARRY RICHARDS RAYMOND D RICHARDSON DONALD RICHARDSON TIM RICHTER JAMES E RICHTER JIM RICKETTS CYNTHIA RICKETTS RONALD C RICO GAIL RICO IRENE RICO IRENE R RICO SALVADOR RICO STEVE RICO STEVEN RIDDLE KEITH RIGSBY GEORGE P RIKHOF NIELS

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RIMBACH WILLARD W RINCON SAM RINFRET ALFRED R RIOS FRANK RIOS KATHRYN ELENA RIOS ROSITA RIROU GREGORIA RIVERA ISABEL P RIVERA JOSE RIVERA JOSIE RIVERA MANUEL RIVERA MICHAEL RIVERA ROBERT ROACHE EMMET T ROANE LIZA R ROANE MARK ROBERSON RICHARD & CAR ROBERTS DOUG ROBERTS THOMAS ROBERTS TIMOTHY ROBERTS VALERIE ROBERTSON EARL ROBERTSON JAMES ROBERTSON VIRREL P ROBINS SHANDA ROBINSON DOROTHY ROBINSON E Z ROBINSON JEREMY ROBINSON JOHN W & CECI ROBINSON RICK ROBNETT JAMES ROCHE ELLEN F RODARTE YOLANDA RODRIGUE MORRIS J RODRIGUES JOSEFINA RODRIGUEZ BENJAMIN RODRIGUEZ ROBERT P RODRIGUEZ ROBERTO RODRIQUEZ AUGUSTINE ROEPKE CRAIG ROESSNER CHRISTINE ROFFEY ALAN OR JANE ROGAHN PAULA ROGERS CHARLES ROLLINS NANETTE PATCHE ROLLMAN LAURA ROMAN BOBBY ROMERO ANGELA ROMERO BILLY ROMERO BONIE ROMERO DORA ROMERO EDDIE A ROMERO EUSTILIA G ROMERO FRED ROMERO FRED SR ROMERO JOHNNY S ROMERO JULIA S ROMERO JULIANITA ROMERO LAWRENCE ROMERO LORRAINE G ROMERO MICHELLE ROMERO NADINE ROMERO OFELIA P ROMERO ORALIA ROMERO PAUL ROMERO PETE J

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ROMERO RAYMOND ROMERO RICK E ROMERO ROBERT ROMERO THERESA ROMERO VERONICA ROMERO VICTORIA G ROMERO WILLIAM B ROMO GENEVA ROOSE DONALD ROOT CAROLYN C ROPER JENNIFER M ROSACKER CHARLES ROSACKER FELICIA ROSAS ANTHONY ROSAS LEO ROSAS S & C LOPEZ ROSE RANDY L ROSENTHAL ANDREW ROSS ELBA ROSS GARRET ROSS JOAN M ROSS JOHN ROSSANDER BERNICE ROTERING PAUL R ROTHFORK JOHN ROTS ARNOLD ROTTACH REID A ROTUNNO ROBERT A ROWE KENNETH ROWE PAT ROWEN PATRICIA ROY EDWARD M ROYBAL JUAN J ROYBAL ROBERT RUBES ERNEST RUCCI CHARLES RUGGIERO RAFAEL RUIZ JESUS RUIZ PETER & CAROL RUKAS LINAS RUPEN MICHAEL RUSCETTI TRACY RUSH ALICE RUSH LUCY RUSKAUFF GREG RUSSELL LEONARD RUSSO STEPHANIE RUTLEDGE BYRON RUTLEDGE TAMARA RYAN DENNIS RYBACHEK CYNTHIA SAAVEDRA ESTHER SAAVEDRA JOSEPH SAAVEDRA P C SAAVEDRA STEVE SAAVEDRA TED JR SABATINI M C SABIAMENTE PAUL A SABOL ELIZABETH SACHER SANDY SADOSUK DOLORES SAGE KATHY SAGE MELISSA D SAGE NEELY JO SAGNELLI VINCENT SAIS BARNEY E

SAIS JOE SAISER CHRISTIAN C SAIZ BERNARD SAIZ BOLIVAR SAIZ CYNTHIA SAIZ MARIA SAIZ MELISSA SAIZ TOBY SALAMEH HISHAM SALAS DANIEL SALAS HIGINIO SALAS JOSE SALAS LYDIA SALAS R & RIEGGS M SALAS REBECCA SALAZAR MOLLY SALAZAR ROSE SALAZAR RUDY SALEEM GHORI SALGADO SONIA SALIDO EFRAIN SANCHEZ ABRAN SANCHEZ ADOLFO SANCHEZ ANTHONY & BESS SANCHEZ B E SANCHEZ BARTOLO & MARI SANCHEZ CECIL G SANCHEZ CECILIA SANCHEZ CLAUDE SANCHEZ DARRYL SANCHEZ ELENA A SANCHEZ ELVIRA SANCHEZ GILLIE S SANCHEZ HENRY SANCHEZ HERMAN SANCHEZ J ALBERT SANCHEZ JIMMY SANCHEZ JOE SANCHEZ JOE M SANCHEZ JOHNNY SANCHEZ JOSE MANUEL SANCHEZ JUAN SANCHEZ JUAN L SANCHEZ JUDITH SANCHEZ LARRY N SANCHEZ LEROY SANCHEZ LUIS & MARCIA SANCHEZ MACHELLE SANCHEZ MANUEL SANCHEZ MARIE A SANCHEZ MARY N SANCHEZ MELISA A SANCHEZ PETE & CAROL SANCHEZ RAMON R SANCHEZ ROBERTA SANCHEZ SUSANITA C SANCHEZ THEODORITA R SANDERS DOROTHY SANDIEN SANDRA SANDOVAL ANITA SANDOVAL BEN & JOYE SANDOVAL CHRISTI SANDOVAL DORA SANDOVAL EVA SANDOVAL MERTON SANDOVAL PATSY

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Recognize a Name? Contact Carol Dotson of Your Socorro Electric Cooperative at 575-838-9721 or cdotson@ socorroelectric.com. Thank you for your help!

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Hello, This Is A Scammer Speaking Scammers may try to get you to give them personal information by impersonating your power provider. Here’s how you can stay safe. By Juan D. Alfonso Jennifer Koukos was at home in Lake Placid, Florida, when her phone rang. On the other end, a woman asked to talk to whoever was in charge of the electric bill. She had some bad news: Jennifer’s electric rates had increased. But she was offering good news. Because of the rate increase, Jennifer was eligible for a tax credit. Jennifer had some bad news for the caller, too. The woman had called the wrong person. As chief communications officer for Glades Electric Cooperative, Jennifer knew everything about the call was wrong. “Our rates had actually decreased twice in the preceding two months,” Jennifer says. The woman never identified herself as being with GEC or any utility. But she portrayed herself as someone who could help. “I know anyone calling me from our co-op,” Jennifer says. “I never once thought she might be from GEC, but I did know whatever she was offering or trying to get out of me was a scam because of the inaccurate statements she was making to me.” Jennifer was on the receiving end of a phone scam that has become all too common in recent years. The identity theft scam starts when the perpetrator asks for personal information, such as the names of residents, address, Social Security numbers or account passwords. As an electric utility employee, Jennifer knew the facts and had the information needed to combat it. “I was concerned she’d contact our members and give them false information about our rates,” Jennifer says. These scams are becoming more frequent, according to Elecia Copenhaver, marketing and communications coordinator for Benton Rural Electric Association, based in Prosser, Washington. “The most typical scam we see is the kind where they call you and say, ‘You owe X amount on your bill. If you don’t pay it immediately, we will shut off your electricity,’” Elecia says. Scammers attempting the “immediate payment” con will often ask for payment in the form of wire transfers, prepaid debit cards, gift cards or other untraceable forms of currency. While the average consumer may normally be savvy enough to see enchantment.coop

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through the ruse, these criminals use fear tactics to prevent utility members from thinking the situation through. Utilities don’t go door-to-door to collect payment, but scammers do. Some will go as far as renting a service truck with tools and tell you they are prepared to cut your power if they don’t receive payment immediately. That kind of in-your-face pressure can be scary and get the better of a lot of people. If a real utility worker comes to your door or says anything about your meter, the worker already will know your name. “Never give out any personal information to a stranger at your door or over the phone,” Elecia says. “If you are ever hesitant or feel like they may not be who they say they are, just shut the door or hang up the phone and call your utility to verify who they are.” If there was an actual problem with a payment, letters from the utility would have arrived in the mail long before the threat of power being disconnected. Your utility would never surprise you with that information at your doorstep. Despite utilities’ best efforts, a portion of the community is particularly susceptible to these types of scams. “Our senior members tend to fall for it a little more often than the rest,” says Courtney Cobb, communications coordinator for Central Electric Co-op, based in Redmond, Oregon. “They tend to be more trusting, and these scammers go out of their way to target them and take advantage. If you have older family members, check in on them from time to time and remind them that scammers are out there. We need to take a more proactive, rather than a reactive, approach to protecting our seniors from these people.” “Renewable energy scams are starting to become popular,” Courtney adds. “These people will call or come to your door asking for money to invest in solar or wind. Sometimes it’s an identity theft scam where they ask you for your information. Some of it is asking for prepaid debit cards to be mailed to them. It is all the same scam. They just change the story.” To combat energy scammers, report incidents to your utility and law enforcement immediately. “If your utility company is calling you, they have your name and address,” Jennifer says. “This isn’t information we would ask for over the phone. If we are billing you, we know who you are. Do not provide personal information to anyone contacting you over the phone. Hang up and call your utility directly if you have any doubts about the legitimacy of a call.” OCTOBER 2021

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Coping Through COVID-19 By Tiffany Acosta

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he Cooperative Extension Service stress and resilience team at New Mexico State University offers the third installment in its webinar series. The five-part webinar series, “Stress and Resilience in a COVID World,” began in September. It provides strategies to manage stress and build resilience as communities begin to reopen. The free live webinar is from 2 to 3 p.m. Thursdays, September 30 through October 28. It is recorded for those unable to attend the live broadcasts. Session topics were selected based on survey results from past participants. To register or learn more, go to https://aces.nmsu.edu/covid19/resilience. “Our goal is to provide individuals with the tools to cope with stress during challenging times,” says Bea Favela, Doña Ana County Family and Consumer Sciences agent. “Coping with stress in healthy ways can benefit you, the people you care about and those around you to become more resilient.” 18

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The webinar series began in May 2020 with “Stress and Resilience: Thriving in a Demanding World,” which was in response to people feeling stressed about the pandemic. The second series, held in February and March 2021, “Coping with COVID Burnout,” provided information about managing ongoing or chronic stress associated with the pandemic. “Participants have told us they enjoy these webinars because they have the opportunity to share their pandemic experiences and hear from others with similar experiences,” says Karim Martinez, extension family life specialist. “They also shared with us that even if they are familiar with the strategies presented, it’s helpful to be reminded and to have a dedicated time to think about how to incorporate these strategies into their own lives.” Webinars series team members include Bea, Karim, Bernalillo County Family and Consumer Sciences Agent Dianne Christensen, Mora County Extension Agent Suzanne DeVos-Cole, Extension Associate Lourdes Olivas and Extension Nutrition Specialist Karen Plawecki.

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Stress and Resilience In a COVID World September 30: Anxiety, Loss and Grief Strategies to manage anxiety related to reopening, and tools to cope with loss and grief experienced during the pandemic. October 7: Manage Change and Build Resilience Through Self Nurture Tools to nurture yourself through managing stress, self care, mindfulness and practicing gratitude. October 14: Healthy Work-Life Balance Considerations for returning to work and strategies for maintaining balance between work and home life. October 21: Healthy Habits—Nutrition Tips for building resilience through nutrition, including intuitive eating. October 28: Health Habits—Physical Activity and Sleep Ideas for getting back into a physical activity routine and tips for improving the amount and quality of sleep.

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NMSU Fire Department Centennial By Carlos Andres López

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he New Mexico State University Fire Department marked a milestone a century in the making. The department—founded in 1921 by an NMSU physical plant employee—celebrates 100 years of service to the campus community and neighboring areas. What started as an all-volunteer fire brigade is now a full-service fire department, providing emergency response to NMSU’s Las Cruces campus and Doña Ana Community College, as well as mutual aid throughout Las Cruces and Doña Ana County. It also houses a firefighter training program for full-time students attending NMSU and DACC that prepares graduates for careers in the fire service and other fields. “Congratulations to the NMSU Fire Department on 100 years of outstanding service to our campus and our surrounding communities,” NMSU President John Floros says. “Each day, these brave individuals make us proud, rushing to help those in need and making NMSU safer for our students, faculty and staff.” But the greatest source of pride for the department remains its consistently high rankings from the Insurance Service Office. It currently ranks in the top 3% of fire departments in the nation, boasting an ISO Public Protection Classification of 2/2X. The coveted ranking reflects the department’s continued efforts in risk reduction and commitment to making the NMSU community safer for students, employees and visitors, says NMSU Fire Chief Johnny Carrillo. “The NMSU Fire Department has a rich history and proud legacy of keeping the university and surrounding communities safe,” he says. “As we commemorate our historic milestone of 100 years of service, I want to commend our current and former firefighters for doing their part to make our department successful with their unwavering commitment to public safety. Because of

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Back row, from left: NMSU Fire Department Capt. Kellen Tarkington and student firefighters Damian Davila and Juan Aristizabal. Front row: Student firefighters Tyler Laramore, left, and Matthew Holguin. NMSU PHOTO BY JOSH BACHMAN

their dedication, NMSU is a safer place to learn, work and thrive.” Johnny took the helm of the department in 2013 after retiring from the Las Cruces Fire Department, joining a long line of career firefighters who followed in the footsteps of the university’s first fire chief, Willie N. Preciado. “Chief Preciado was an employee at the physical plant on campus, and he brought us together,” Johnny says. “He saw the need for it and started us off as a volunteer organization. Back then, it was pure volunteers—comprised of only faculty and staff who worked at NMSU.” In 1931, the university bought and installed new fire equipment throughout campus, including 25 fire extinguishers, 1,400 feet of fire hose and a fire cart. The university bought its first fire truck in 1947. By 1964, the NMSU Fire Department started its student program and began hiring students to serve alongside the volunteer firefighters. The number of student firefighters grew to six by 1969, and their average pay was $1.25 an hour. Today, the department employs 14 paid student firefighters who live in dorms at the fire station. The modern-day NMSU Fire Department began to take shape in the early 2000s. NMSU expanded its fire station in 2002, adding a truck bay and administrative offices to the facility originally built in 1965. It received its first out-fire apparatus, a Pierce Contender Class A Pumper with a 1,250-gallon pump and 500 gallons, in 2011. In 2014, a year after Johnny’s appointment as fire chief, he hired the

department’s first deputy chief, Louis Huber, who still serves in that capacity, and its first two full-time day career firefighters. “That’s when we started changing the way we operate,” Johnny says, “and we started formulating our fire prevention and risk reduction plan.” That same year, the department improved its ISO standing, receiving a rating of 3/3X and ranking among the top five percent of all fire departments in the nation. Four years later, the department earned an upgraded ISO rating of 2/2X. The staff includes Capt. John Guerin, Capt. Kellen Tarkington and Administrative Assistant Mary Ann Ventura. John and Kellen work one-on-one with the cohort of student firefighters who respond to emergency calls throughout campus and Doña Ana County. “Almost 70% of our calls are in support of automatic aid or mutual aid in the county, and about 30% of our calls are actually on campus,” John says. “Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve seen an increase in our support of the county.” To mark the milestone, the staff created a “100 years of service” logo, which now appears on the firefighters’ uniforms, the department’s fire apparatus and on newly commissioned challenge coins. “We’ll be displaying our new logo for the next year or two to celebrate our 100 years of service and our students and staff, who are the building blocks of what you see today,” Johnny says. For more information about the NMSU Fire Department and its firefighter training program, visit https://fire.nmsu.edu. OCTOBER 2021

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on the menu I By Sue Hutchison

All-Purpose Pecans

A Roswell, New Mexico, pecan grower noticed the July 2021 issue of enchantment—which featured locally sourced foods—missed a valued member of the state’s homegrown crop. According to New Mexico State University, New Mexico produces approximately 20% of the United States’ pecan crop. In 2006, the Land of Enchantment became the largest pecan-producing state for the first time in pecan history. Two recipes this month feature our state’s top-exported crop. Another over-the-top pecan fact that will warm the hearts of carb-conscious New Mexicans: the nut is one of the lowest in carbohydrate count, yet very high in zinc, magnesium, phosphorus and thiamine. Both the Homestyle Oat-Pecan Granola and Pecan Carrot Cake Cookies recipes below are loaded with pecans and are great as a quick out-the-door breakfast, an afternoon snack or a trick-or-treater’s evening companion. Our One-Skillet Scramble is low in carbohydrates, but packs a high protein punch as well as being a snap to prepare. Enjoy this month’s kitchen treats!

One-Skillet Scramble Oven-safe 10 inch (or larger) skillet 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 cups chopped, cooked ham ½ onion, diced 6 eggs ¼ cup cream cheese

2 tablespoons milk ½ teaspoon salt ¼ teaspoon pepper ¼ teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon dried basil leaves 1 ½ cups grated cheddar cheese

Heat oven to 350 F. In skillet, heat olive oil, swirling around pan to coat. Warm ham and onion in skillet until onion is translucent. Remove to plate. In mixing bowl, beat eggs until blended. Add cream cheese and milk and whisk together. Stir in salt, pepper, garlic powder and basil leaves until blended. Pour egg mixture in skillet and scramble just until eggs begin to take shape. Stir in ham and allow to settle in skillet. Top with grated cheese and place skillet in oven for 15 to 20 minutes, or until cheese is melted and knife comes out smooth when inserted. Allow to set for 5 minutes prior to serving.

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Homestyle Oat-Pecan Granola 1 cup old-fashioned oats ½ cup sweetened, shredded coconut 1 ½ cups pecans, slightly chopped 2 tablespoons brown sugar ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon

¼ teaspoon ground nutmeg 2 tablespoons salted butter 2 tablespoons maple syrup ½ teaspoon vanilla extract Optional add-ins include chocolate chips, dried fruit, small candies, etc.

Heat oven to 300 F and place rack in center of oven. Prepare a rimmed cookie sheet with heavy-duty foil, lightly sprayed with butter-flavored cooking spray. In a large mixing bowl, combine oats, coconut and pecans. In a small saucepan, stir butter, brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg together until butter is melted and sugar is dissolved. Remove from heat and stir in maple syrup and vanilla. Pour butter-sugar mixture over oats-nuts mixture and stir until coated. Spread mixture onto prepared cookie sheet until layer is evenly distributed. Bake for 30 minutes, stirring every 10 minutes. Remove from oven, allow to cool, and add optional add-ins, stirring well. Store at room temperature in an air-tight container. May be served as is or as a yogurt or frozen dessert topping.

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Pecan Carrot Cake Cookies 1 box carrot cake mix 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips 1 cup pecans, chopped ½ cup old-fashioned oats

½ cup canola oil 2 eggs ½ cup coarse, raw sugar

Heat oven to 350 F. Lightly spray cookie sheet with butter-flavored cooking spray. Place cake mix, chocolate chips, pecans and oats in mixing bowl and stir together. In small bowl, mix oil and eggs together until incorporated. Stir egg mixture into cake mixture until ingredients are mixed. Dampen hands with water, and roll ¼ cup of cookie dough into a ball. Roll in coarse sugar and place on cookie sheet 1 to 2 inches apart. Bake for 12 minutes, until slightly browned. Remove from oven and allow to cool on cookie sheet prior to removing. Makes approximately 24 cookies.

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Time for a Fall Tuneup As summer comes to an end, assess the health of your home to maximize savings Thermostat A programmable thermostat allows you to control settings to suit your climate, schedule and temperature preferences. Consider installing a smart thermostat. After installation, input your schedule and temperature preferences. As you change the settings, the thermostat adjusts to minimize energy use. Bonus: You can control the thermostat remotely with a smartphone. Don’t adjust the thermostat drastically. Your home will not heat or cool more quickly. Keep the temperature at or below 68 F during the day and cooler at night. Save up to 10% on your monthly heating and cooling bill by turning back your thermostat 7 to 10 degrees for eight hours a day. Windows and Doors Energy loss and drafts often occur in the cracks between window components. Use weatherstripping where a window’s movable parts meet the window frame. The seam between the window frame and the wall is a common source of air leakage. Fill any crack less than ¼-inch wide with caulk. For larger cracks, use expanding foam and paint over it. Use window coverings to cut energy costs. Cellular shades, curtains and draperies can provide increased comfort year-round. Use a door sweep—a flexible piece of rubber or plastic held to the door’s lower edge by a piece of aluminum—on an exterior door to block drafts.

Heating and Cooling Frequently replacing your furnace filter is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to keep your HVAC system running efficiently. A clogged filter causes your system to work harder and can shorten its life span. Depending on the home, filters should be changed every month or every other month when the HVAC system is in use. Schedule an annual service on your HVAC system. A clean system is safer and more efficient. A preventive service call for a tuneup and cleaning usually is less expensive and less stressful than an emergency service call if your equipment fails. Leaky furnace ducts mean higher utility bills. Improve their performance by sealing exposed ducts in the attic, crawl space, unfinished basement and garage. Outdoors Trim shrubs, and clear leaves and other debris. Keep branches away from the house and electrical wires to prevent property damage or power interference. Cut cracked and diseased limbs close to the trunk. For large jobs, hire a pro. Rake yard debris away from the outdoor compressor unit of your heat pump. A heat pump needs good circulation to work efficiently, so make sure there is a 2-foot clearance around the outdoor compressor. Ensure gutters are clear and downspouts are correctly connected so water drains away from your home. The dirt grade around your home should slope away from the house.

Insulation Insulation reduces heat loss during winter and heat gain during summer. Before you add or replace insulation, check your current levels. Start with your attic. Aim for at least 14 inches of insulation for warmer climates and at least 18 inches in colder climates. The U.S. Department of Energy recommends an R-value— which refers to the insulation’s ability to resist heat—of about R-60 for most regions. According to DOE, air leaks are among the most significant sources of energy loss in a home. They also are the easiest to fix. Check for leaks throughout your home, including insulation. ADOBE STOCK PHOTO BY SDECORET

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National Science Foundation Donates More Than $4 Million to NMSU By Tiffany Acosta

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ew Mexico State University is one of six institutions in the state to receive research funding from the National Science Foundation this year. NMSU was awarded $4,086,244 to support projects in areas such as biology, computer science, engineering, environmental science, math and technology. Many of the grants focus on increasing the number of women, Hispanics, Native Americans and other historically underrepresented groups in science, technology, engineering and math fields. “NSF funding supports high-quality research and results from the efforts of our superb faculty and research scientists,” says Luis Cifuentes, vice president for research and dean of the graduate school. “NMSU aspires to Carnegie R1 ranking. Continued success with NSF funding is a key to accomplishing this goal.” The NSF funding—which supports research and increasing equity and diversity in science—STEM—helps NMSU achieve goal 2 of its LEADS 2025 strategic plan, which focuses on elevating research and creativity. NMSU believes “all disciplines advance research, scholarship and creative activity, and along with the assets of the state of New Mexico, create a strong foundation 24

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New Mexico State University Civil Engineering Assistant Professor Ehsan Dehghan-Niri received a 2021 National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development award for his research project involving aye-ayes—an unusual primate from Madagascar. His grant of more than $500,000 is part of the more than $4 million from NSF to NMSU in 2021. NMSU PHOTO BY VLADIMIR AVINA

for teaching, learning, education, training, innovation and economic development,” the strategic plan states. “New Mexico’s public colleges and research universities add tremendous value to our state, helping to position us as national and international leaders in innovation,” New Mexico Higher Education Secretary Stephanie Rodriguez said in a press release about the funding. “It is especially important that we empower students from all backgrounds for successful careers in science, technology, engineering and math with mentorship and research experience during their academic careers.” NMSU research projects funded include: •  $1,190,460 to conduct research into biofilm, through which students will be mentored by a team of scientists and have the opportunity to conduct research at national laboratories. •  $579,236 to fund research into the auditory system of aye-ayes—one of the most unique and endangered primates in the world—and find potential applications to technology. •  $532,400 to develop a novel approach to doing participatory design through live streaming media: Live Participatory Design Fiction. •  $475,685 to buy a Bio-AFM microscope to support the research and training of investigators and students

at NMSU, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, and Eastern New Mexico University. •  $301,999 to envision, design and engage in worker-oriented research and training related to the proliferation of automation in the hospitality industry— accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. •  $299,733 to increase participation of women and Hispanic high school students in computer science. •  $250,000 to research groundwater sustainability and management of transboundary aquifers. •  $239,400 to research how the physical environment, interactions with others and an animal’s own characteristics act together to influence that animal’s movements through a landscape. •  $121,331 to research challenges facing floating offshore wind turbine technology. •  $98,980 to research increasing the resilience of food systems, and reducing food insecurity and waste. •  $50,000 to fund development of a technology that can convert yard trimmings disposed as municipal solid waste into an environmentally benign anti-icer. •  $46,000 for the Graduate Research Fellowship Program. Collectively, the six New Mexico colleges and universities have received $43.5 million from NSF. enchantment.coop


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Animals NEW MEXICO DRINKING WATER STORAGE TANKS, heavy-duty

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For pets, show, meat, fur. Polish, New Zealand, Californians. Cages, feeders, door latches, urine and wire guards. Call Gene at 505-906-1291 in Jamestown, New Mexico, at The Bunny Farm. All calls will be answered.

CHESADOR RETRIEVER PUPPIES FOR SALE, 5 girls and

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MOUNTAIN-TOP GOATS, babies

are on the ground milkers, bucks, babies, boer show wethers, weed eaters, cabrito and pets. Show quality Nubians, Mini Nubians, La Manchas, Mini La Manchas, Nigerian Dwarf and Boer goats. Also, Hair Sheep, Royal White and Painted Desert Cross. In Capitan, call 575-937-0342.

LET US MARKET YOUR LIVESTOCK. Live auction every

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SADDLES AND TACK. Everything for the horse. Western & English tack bought and sold. Rancho Elisa Stables LLC, 500 Route 66 East, Moriarty, NM 87035. Call 505-832-5113 or email ranchoelisastablesfr@swcp.com NOT ALL WATER TANKS ARE CREATED EQUAL! Are quality,

value and longevity important to you? Buy high specific gravity, heavyweight, long warranty, superior black NRCS tanks. Lowest prices only provide minimum standards, lower weights and shorter warranties. Find out more! 575-430-1010.

Business SUNSET SADDLES OFFERS CUSTOM LEATHERWORK; ie:

saddles, chaps, chinks, holsters, belts, etc. Also saddle and tack repair. Located in La Luz, NM. Call 575-2578874 or email sunsetsaddles@yahoo.com

Equipment OVERHEAD FEED BINS. 1 to 4 compartment, 12 to 48 tons. Any size free standing cattle guards, no footing needed. Emery Welding, Clayton, New Mexico. Call 575-374-2320 or 575-2077402. Email: eweld98@yahoo.com FISHING TACKLE WANTED:

“Antique” lures, reels, rods, tackle boxes. Pre-1950, please. Collector paying highest prices for “Grandpaw’s” tackle box. Lures $50 to $5,000 each. Reels $100 to $7,500 each. Send photos to: tacklechaser@aol.com or call Rick at 575-354-0365.

WANTED TO PURCHASE OR TRADE: 3-WHEEL ELECTRIC SCOOTER. Must be street legal. Must

have tail lights and signals. I have a 3-wheel GoGo travel scooter for trade. Call Lee at 505-982-6812 in Moriarty, NM for more information.

FOR SALE: GALION 12’ HYDRAULIC PULL TYPE ROAD GRADER on rubber tires, converted to quick hitch for farm tractor. Hydraulic lift, angle, table, etc. $1,500. BeeGee 5

CUBIC YARD PUSH OFF SCRAPER for farm tractor. Requires triple hydraulic outlets. Will unload material at a uniform thickness. $1,500. Pictures available. For more information call or text 806-786-2213. Email: harrisnursery@gmail.com

IRRIGATION PIPE FOR SALE! 6”, 8”, 10” PVC and aluminum pipe. Half the price of new and ready for the field. More efficient and less time consuming. Also have alfalfa valves, hydrants, butterfly valves, T’s and Elbows. Delivery available. Call/Text Sierra 575-770-8441. GREAT OFFER ON SOLAR SUBMERSIBLE SHALLOW/DEEP WELL PUMPS! NRCS approved with

two-year warranty on selected pumps with affordable, easy installation! For a custom quote, call 505-429-3093 or email us at solarwellpumpsonline@ gmail.com, 24/7 service. Order online at our website: www.solarwellpumpsonline.com

DRINKING WATER STORAGE TANKS, heavy-duty black poly,

proven algae resistant. 125 to 11,000 gallons, NRCS and EQUIP approved. Please give us a chance to serve you! MasterCard or Visa accepted. Call 575682-2308 or 1-800-603-8272.

KINETICO WATER SOFTENING SYSTEM, Premier Series. Includes

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WANT TO BUY: New Holland 451 used sickle mower. For more information, call 575-512-6406.

Great Finds BUYING OLD STUFF: Gas pumps and parts 1960’s or earlier, advertising signs, neon clocks, old car parts in original boxes, motor oil cans, license plate collections, Route 66 items, old metal road signs, odd and weird stuff. Fair prices paid. Have pickup, will travel. Gas Guy in Embudo, 505-852-2995. WANTED: NEW MEXICO MOTORCYCLE LICENSE PLATES 1912-1970. Paying $100-$500 each.

Also buying NM car plates 1900-1923. Visit NMplates.com for history and 4,500 photographs of NM plates. Bill Johnston, Box 1, Organ, NM 880520001. Email: Bill@NMplates.com or call 575-382-7804.

HEADSTONES (I.E. CEMETERY MONUMENTS) is our business.

Over 1,000 designs. An eternal memory of a loved one. TAOS MOUNTAIN HERITAGE. Call 575-770-2507 or Email: taos_mt_heritage@msn.com Website: www.taosmountainheritage.com

FUEL STORAGE TANKS FOR SALE. Located in Ruidoso Downs, NM.

Two-500 gallon fuel storage tanks. One is for diesel and one for gasoline. Tanks are metal and on stands. Bring your own transportation. Asking $1,500. each. For more information call, 509-432-4572.

FOR GOD LOVED THE WORLD

so much that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not die but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to be its judge, but to be its Savior. John 3:16-17 For more information, contact johnfitz2011@gmail.com

6X6 STEEL SQUARE TUBING, 24’ long. $210. each. Total weight per stick is 800 lbs. No delivery. Pickup only. We will load Monday thru Friday, 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. Call 505-220-0767, for more information.

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FISHING TACKLE WANTED:

“Antique” lures, reels, rods, tackle boxes. Pre-1950, please. Collector paying highest prices for “Grandpaw’s” tackle box. Lures $50 to $5,000 each. Reels $100 to $7,500 each. Send photos to: tacklechaser@aol.com or call Rick at 575-354-0365.

RAILROAD ITEMS WANTED:

Kerosene lanterns, brass locks, keys, badges, uniforms, bells, whistles, and pre-1950 employee timetables. Always seeking items from any early New Mexico railroad, especially D&RG, C&S, EP&NE, EP&SW, AT&SF, SP or Rock Island. Call Randy Dunson at 575-7603341 or 575-356-6919.

SOUTHWEST NEW MEXICO OLD WEST HISTORY BOOKS. Southwest

New Mexico book has over 450 pages and 95 stories. $38.95 plus shipping. Columbus and Pancho Villa book offers early history and firsthand accounts of Pancho Villa raid survivors. $14.95 plus shipping. For more information, call 575-544-7597.

FAMILY GARAGE SALE! Saturday,

October 9th and Sunday, October 10th in Vanderwagen, NM. Baby, adult and work clothing, lots of tools, HarleyDavidson items, pet supplies, home items and electrical supplies, etc. Lots of FREE stuff!! 31 Sagar Street. For more information, call 505-328-4382.

BEEF FOR SALE! Healthy for you

and the earth! Local beef, grass fed and finished. By the cut or 1/4 bundles, $7/lb. quarter. Also, farm raised pork or buy weaned castrated piglets and raise your own! $80. each. In Las Vegas, call 505426-4892 or email: redbarnranch599@gmail.com

Real Estate CUERVO, 0 MESITA PASS ROAD.

148 acres in Mesita Ranch Subdivision. Beautiful mesa views, perfect for homesite and/or livestock. $85,000. Big Mesa Realty, 575-456-2000. Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com

SAN ANTONIO, NM. 0 ZANJA ROAD. SALE PENDING! 4.66 acres

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irrigated farmland in Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District with ditch water rights. Produces alfalfa and grass hay crops. Utilities nearby. $69,000. Big Mesa Realty, 575-456-2000. Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com

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NOGAL, TBD BARBER AVENUE.

2.89 acres in townsite of Nogal. Co-op water and electricity nearby. $45,000. Big Mesa Realty, 575-456-2000. Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-7605461. www.bigmesarealty.com

CONCHAS, 0 AND 00 RIDGE DRIVE. PRICE REDUCED! Two tracts

with two lots per each property (lots are 100 x 100 or .23 acre). Each tract has a permitted septic that has never been used. Electricity and co-op water nearby. $45,000 per tract. Big Mesa Realty, 575456-2000. Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com

2 MOUNTAIN CABINS, 25+ acres at 8,000 feet, Wildhorse Ranch Subdivision, Pie Town, NM. Well on stream with 5,000 storage tank and fire hydrant. New Mexico Hunting unit 13. To view this property, go to: https://fsbo.com/listings/listings/show/ id/520104/ CONCHAS, BOAT DOCK DRIVE. SALE PENDING! 3 lots just over 1/2

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acre per property. Two lots starting at $32,000 each. One lot at $35,000. Close to shoreline. Big Mesa Realty, 575-4562000. Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com

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SUMNER LAKE, 0 RIVER RANCHES ROAD, Tract 7 (at inter-

section with State Road 203). Just over 20 acres. Scenic views, just west of lake. $18,000. Big Mesa Realty, 575-456-2000. Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com

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RIBERA, 340 CR B41E. Just over 32 acres with 3-bedroom, 2-bath home, hay barn, two detached garages. Just over 20 of those acres are in alfalfa and grass hay production. Pecos River frontage and acequia water rights. Scenic views and close to I-25. $695,000. Big Mesa Realty, 575-456-2000. Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com DATIL, 464 SOUTHERN TRAIL, SUGARLOAF MOUNTAIN SUBDIVISION, 5.5 acres vacant land. Scenic views of mountains and San Augustin Plains. $8,000. Big Mesa Realty, 575-456-2000. Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com

WANTED! WORKING FAMILY FARMS AND RANCHES to list and

sell. Broker has over 50 years of experience working on the family farm in New Mexico and has been a farm owner and operator since 1988. Big Mesa Realty, 575-456-2000. Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com

OLD RAMAH POST OFFICE FOR SALE OR RENT. Heart of Indian

country. Main street location. Beams, plank floors and wrap around old style portal. Used as trading post, real estate office, food market. Perfect for art gallery or coffee shop. Insulated shipping container on included adjacent lot. $195,000. or best offer. Call 505-470-0450.

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CURRY, ROOSEVELT AND QUAY COUNTIES. In Clovis, Portales and

Tucumcari, or in the country. We want your properties to list and sell. Homes, farms and ranches. Broker is life resident of Curry County and Clovis native. Big Mesa Realty, 575-456-2000. Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-7605461. www.bigmesarealty.com

RAMAH, 281 CANDY KITCHEN ROAD, 42 acres (3 lots) in Lewis Ranch Subdivision. Scenic views and one hour from Grants. $100,000. Big Mesa Realty, 575-456-2000, Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com

LOGAN “LAKEVIEW” LOT.

DATIL, HERRINGTON CANYON ROAD/CRISWELL RANCH AREA.

Choice of 44 or 40 acres. Great for off grid living or hunting. Vacant land. $32,000 each. Big Mesa Realty, 575-4562000. Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com

PIE TOWN, SOUTH OF WILD HORSE SUBDIVISION/GOAT RANCH ROAD. Two tracts. 20 acres

for $16,000 and 40 acres for $32,000. Vacant land. Big Mesa Realty, 575-4562000. Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com

FENCE LAKE, 295 PINE HILL ROAD. MOTIVATED SELLER! PRICE REDUCED! 60 acres with over

Amazing view and quiet privacy! Approximately 1.69 acres surrounded by native trees and arroyos. Open spaces east and west. Close to state park trails and lake. Terry Real Estate. Call 575403-8522 or 575-403-8831.

2,300 sq. ft. log home, pipe corrals and outbuildings. Scenic views and one hour from Gallup. $230,000. Big Mesa Realty, 575-456-2000. Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com

PIE TOWN, 0 LOU LOU LANE, WILD HORSE SUBDIVISION. Just

THRIVING MUFFLER SHOP IN CLOVIS FOR SALE. 8-bays and

over 20 acres vacant land located in Phase/Unit I. $29,000. Big Mesa Realty, 575-456-2000, Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com

HOME FOR SALE IN KENNA, NM

(between Portales and Roswell), 3-bedroom, 2-bath, 2-car garage on two acres. Very private, yet close to Highway. $75,000. Sellers motivated to sell. Call or text 575-799-5512 or 575-791-2190.

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6-overhead bay doors, 40 year history in this business. Paint room with fans and lights. One wash bay area. Over 6,000 sq. ft. of concrete. 2-lifts, 2-pipe benders. Call 575-799-9600 or 575-799-2980 for more details. Coletta Ray or Shelley Queener, Pioneer Realty. Brokers are related to the seller. www.clovisrealestatesales.com

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HOUSE ON SIX ACRES IN MOSQUERO, for sale by owner. All

located in the village with sewer and water connections, plus fiber optics available. Priced at $120,000. Look at pictures and information on Zillow. com, look at New Mexico other listings or call Pat at 478-232-8792.

FOR SALE BY OWNER - 9 ACRES WITH NEW WELL. 110 + 50 AMP

electricity, two new 24’ culverts, circle drive, two acres cleared. $30,000. In Dog Canyon, 50 Cactus Wren Drive, Alamogordo, NM. Call Don Fudally at 903-581-2120 for more information.

FOR SALE: WORKING LIVESTOCK FEEDS RETAIL BUSINESS with

property in Santa Rosa, NM. 3,000 sq. ft., red brick building on 3 city lots. Including inventory, furnishings, forklift and 24’ duelly gooseneck trailer. Call 575-472-5020 for more information.

HISTORIC BARBERSHOP & BATHHOUSE IN HILLSBORO.

Main street location. Original oak and marble mirrored back bar. The possibilities are endless. For sale by owner as is. $105,000. Serious inquires only, email: barbershopcafe@yahoo.com

CONCHAS, 204 CONCHAS PLACE. Two story, 2-bedroom, 2-bath

home with lake views, two car garage, RV port, upstairs deck, new roof in 2020. $189,000. Big Mesa Realty, 575456-2000, Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com

PIE TOWN, TBD STATE ROAD 603/ THE WOODS SUBDIVISION. PRICE REDUCED! Just over 48 acres

vacant land, fenced with cleared land in corner for homesite. Great views, close to US 60 and Pie Town. $120,000. Big Mesa Realty, 575-456-2000. Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com

ABO VALLEY RANCHETTES, lot 13 in Veguita, NM off Highway 304. Five acres with electric power nearby and Manzano mountain views. $10,000. cash. For more information, call 303-913-9168 or email: betty.shover@comcast.net

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DATIL, THE LAST FRONTIER. 40 acres of vacant land. Spring on property with telephone access on the edge of property. Electricity nearby. Beautiful rolling hills and lots of wildlife. $40,000. For more information, call 575-835-8488 or 505-697-2109. HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE IN LA LOMA, NM. For more information,

call 575-512-6406.

LOGAN, 129 SAMS ROAD. SALE PENDING! 159 acres with 4-bedroom,

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3-bath home, roping arena, hay shed, 3-car detached garage with carport and boat storage, shop building and storage sheds. Perfect for the horseman or team roper! $425,000. Big Mesa Realty, 575456-2000. Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com

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TUCUMCARI, WEST OF UTE LAKE. Seven 40 acre (more or less)

lots. Great views of Ute Lake and the Canadian River canyon lands. Starting at $90,000. Big Mesa Realty, 575-4562000. Paul Stout, broker, NMREL 17843, 575-760-5461. www.bigmesarealty.com

Vehicles 1960 FORD THUNDERBIRD, 352

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Mail a check or money order payable to NMRECA in the amount of $12 for a one-year or $18 for a two-year subscription. Include name and mailing address of recipient. Mail payment and details to: enchantment magazine 614 Don Gaspar Ave. Santa Fe, NM 87505

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enchantment (publication number 175-880) is published monthly at 614 Don Gaspar Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505. Twelve issues are published annually with a subscription price of $6.24 paid by rural cooperative members in their electric bills. The name and complete mailing address of the publisher is: The New Mexico Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Inc., 614 Don Gaspar Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505. The name and complete mailing address of the editor is Tom Condit, 614 Don Gaspar Avenue, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505. The owner is The New Mexico Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Inc. (NMRECA). There are no known bondholders or other security holders. NMRECA is a nonprofit organization mailing under DMM Section 423.12. Its purpose, function and nonprofit status for Federal income tax purposes has not changed in the preceding twelve months. The average number of copies of each issue during the preceding twelve months are:

Average No. Copies Each Issue During Preceding 12 Months

a. Total No. Copies (net press run)........................ 92,036 b. Paid Circulation (1)Outside County.............................................. 91,221 (2) In-County ............................................................-0(3)Sales Through Dealers ........................................ 616 (4) Other Classes .......................................................-0c. Total Paid Distribution (Sum of 15b(1) through 15b(4)) ....................... 91,837 d. Free or Nominal Rate Distribution (1)Outside County..................................................... -0(2) In-County ............................................................-0(3) Other Classes .......................................................-0(4)Outside the Mail ................................................... -0e. Total Free or Nominal Rate Distribution (Sum of 15d(1) through 15d(4)) ..............................-0f. Total Distribution (Sum of 15c and 15e) ...........91,837 g. Copies Not Distributed .......................................... 198 h. Total (Sum of 15f and 15g) .............................. 92,035 i. Percent Paid (15c divided by 15f times 100) ......100%

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a. Total No. Copies (net press run)........................91,770 b. Paid Circulation (1)Outside County.............................................. 90,914 (2) In-County ............................................................-0(3)Sales Through Dealers ......................................... 646 (4) Other Classes .......................................................-0c. Total Paid Distribution (Sum of 15b(1) through 15b(4)) ......................91,560 d. Free or Nominal Rate Distribution (1) Outside County....................................................-0(2) In-County ............................................................-0(3) Other Classes .......................................................-0(4)Outside the Mail .................................................... -0e. Total Free or Nominal Rate Distribution (Sum of 15d(1) through 15d(4)) ..............................-0f. Total Distribution (Sum of 15c and 15e) ...........91,560 g. Copies Not Distributed ...........................................210 h. Total (Sum of 15f and 15g) .............................. 91,770 i. Percent Paid (15c divided by 15f times 100) ......100% I certify the statements made by me above are correct and complete. Tom Condit, Editor OCTOBER 2021

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Halloween Art Congratulations to the Winners Charlotte Conklin • Age 6 Central Valley Electric Cooperative

Kenzi Fuhrmann • Age 9 Contintental Divide Electric Cooperative

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Isabella Prudencio • Age 9 Lea County Electric Cooperative

November’s Topic: Thanksgiving How do you and your family celebrate Thanksgiving? December’s Topic: Happy Holidays Show readers your favorite part about the holidays. Send Your Drawing By mail: Youth Editor 614 Don Gaspar Ave. Santa Fe, NM 87505 By email: enchantment@nmelectric.coop Deadline: Submit by the 9th, one month prior to publication. Hooray! Winners Get Paid: $15 Have a Youth Art Topic? Email or mail to the addresses above, or call 505-982-4671.

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items to include on the back of your drawing, otherwise YOU ARE DISQUALIFIED: 1. Name 2. Age 3. Mailing Address 4. Phone 5. Electric Co-op *Accepted artwork up to age 13. DON'T FORGET THESE ITEMS!

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