City of Hobbs, The GUIDE - Summer 2021, Issue 8

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the guide

2021 - Summer, Issue 8

New OrdFirew inan ork ce s Summer 2021 Highlights

Congratulations Movies Under the 2020 Stars Graduates! 4th of July Community Celebration on July 3

Seasonal Pools & Splash Pads Open Summer Recess Summer Sports Camps Senior Center Reopens COREfest 2021


Hobbs City Commission The Hobbs City Commission meets regularly on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month. Regular meetings are held at 6:00pm in the City Commission Chamber at City Hall, 200 East Broadway, Hobbs, New Mexico. Dates are subject to change if the regular meeting date falls on a holiday or as otherwise approved by the City Commission.

(Top Left) -- Mayor Sam D. Cobb; Christopher Mills, Dist.2; Larron Fields, Dist. 3; (Bottom left) Joseph Calderón, Dist. 4; Roy Dwayne Penick, Dist. 5; Don R. Gerth, Dist. 6; Dist. 1 - VACANT (at the time of publication)

Contact the Mayor or any City Commissioner: 200 E. Broadway St. Hobbs, NM 88240

Welcome Visitors and Citizens of Hobbs! It is a great honor to address you in this issue of The Guide. With our county (Lea) turning Turquoise, this means more flexibility in our lives. More people are getting out and enjoying different activities from dining-in at restaurants, going to sporting events, or just getting out to enjoy the view. There are so many things opening up not only with the City but with our retail, recreation, and dining. We must be vigilant as there are still risks. Upon my initial appointment to the City Commission, I took a lot of time to sit, listen and learn for those first two years. During that time, I began to realize how to make a difference in both District 6 and throughout our entire city. At the end of those two years when I was elected to my Don R. Gerth City Commissioner current position on the Commission, I created a list of goals that I want District 6 to accomplish to help make Hobbs a better place. The first of these is establishing an annual clean-up in District 6. As The Guide went to print, the exact date has not been chosen. However, the first of these annual, district clean ups will be held in June 2021. Our community must be respectful of each other, and make decisions to not litter or dump trash. I also will advocate for the Jefferson Ballpark Complex to have artificial turf installed on each one of the fields. As the Commission’s Liaison for the Community Affairs Board, I look forward to continuing to work with that advisory board, and was very impressed with the board’s efforts during their recent goal planning session. I concur that an all-inclusive play area would be a great thing for our community. I can also tell you that due to the efforts and vision of the entire City Commission, the City of Hobbs is in good shape financially. I have noticed that our city is getting busier and the traffic on the streets in the mornings and evenings is a good indicator of this. I appreciate the opportunity to serve as a City Commissioner and will continue to work to make Hobbs a great place to live, work, and play. 2


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To the residents of Hobbs and Lea County, As you read this letter, our community is in the process of reopening and recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic and Public Health Order restrictions put in place in an attempt to protect and guide residents during this time. As this pandemic has challenged us for the past year, the City of Hobbs has worked diligently to support our residents, business members, and youth; and we have witnessed outstanding examples of care and consideration between our locals. The community as whole has not slowed down, with construction of Hobbs High School’s new CTE (Career and Technical Education) school expected to complete in August of 2022, construction of Covenant Hobbs Hospital at Millen and Lovington Highway intersection expected to complete by September of 2022, and local businesses continuing to reinvent, collaborate, and build together for a stronger, better Hobbs. City Staff are excited to begin bringing you activities and programs you have previously become accustomed to. Current restrictions still affect the schedule and planning of such, so I encourage you to follow our social media pages and check our departments’ websites for updates which will be posted as soon as within hours or days after new Public Health Orders hopefully lift restrictions. Updates will be made quickly at the CORE, Rockwind Community Links, Hobbs Public Library, Veterans Memorial Complex, and all other facilities, making your engagement critical to the recovery of Hobbs. In the last quarter of 2020, we distributed over $650,000 in State funds to local businesses who invested in social distancing measures and PPE gear to keep their doors open, staff employed, and customers served. Currently, we are assisting the State in promoting the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP), a program with over $170 million available to assist New Mexicans with rent and utility bills. If you or someone you know is in need of assistance due to financial hardship caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, we encourage you to apply at renthelpnm.org or by contacting 1-833-4851334. In the near future, we will continue to follow all COVID Safe Practices, follow CDC guidelines, and bring you all that is safely available for us to do so. Please remember to always reach out to your City Commissioner, City Staff, or myself with any concerns or questions.

Sincerely,

Sam D. Cobb Mayor of Hobbs, New Mexico

On the Cover: The 4th of July celebration (held on July 3) in Hobbs will be exciting and beautiful again this year, with the city’s show having similar fireworks as those seen on the cover. The city will be operating under a new ordinance this year and you can find all of the details on those changes on page 6 - 7.

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To the Residents of Hobbs and Lea County,

With a historic year behind us, there are many positives to look forward to this

year as our community reopens and programs resume. Staff have been planning and reorganizing to ensure we meet State and Federal guidelines. We are now more ready than ever to bring you the summer you have been waiting for!

City staff have implemented social distancing, sanitary protocols, personal

protective equipment (PPE), and additional protective measures to ensure the safety of staff and customers. It has been a long year for the entire community, and our staff wants to bring you a summer to remember! We are primed to bring you the summer you deserve!

As your City Manager, I am motivated and grateful for City staff who have

City Manager, Manny Gomez

adjusted their schedules on a moment’s notice to follow COVID-19 Safe Practices (CSPs) and ensure the safety of the public and their families. We invite you to visit any and all of the City of Hobbs’ quality of life facilities as staff are prepared and motivated to welcome you and your family. It is our mission to provide you with high quality services for all ages, which is why we are excited to announce new hours at the CORE, the schedule for this year’s Summer Recess Program, and the reopening of all facilities yet with adjusted hours to allow for proper sanitation practices.

This will be a season we once again may enjoy and participate in athletics, events, group activities,

programs, and gatherings. We look forward to being together again with you and celebrating the growth and progress to come.

If you need additional information or want to communicate feedback, please contact administration

in any department or with my office directly. We look forward to welcoming summer and wishing you all the best!

City of Hobbs 200 E. Broadway Hobbs NM 88240 575-397-9200 www.HobbsNM.org

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Fireworks Ordinance

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Special Events

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Recreation

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Outdoor Pools

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Swim Lessons

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Teen Center

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Senior Center

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Rockwind Community

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Links

Keep up with the City of Hobbs day-to-day events online!

City of Hobbs City Government City of Hobbs 4

Table of Contents

Park Pavilion/Special

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Event Rentals

Park Amenities

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Dog Park

34

Cemeteries

35

CORE

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Library

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Animal Adoption

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City Contacts & Hours

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Parks and Open Spaces & Recreation Departments city of Hobbs -

Senior Center

two Advisory Boards and the

City Manager

Angela Courter, Seniors Affairs

members of those boards

Manny Gomez

We would like to thank our

Coordinator

who graciously donate their time to assist us in our ef-

Parks and Open Spaces Director

forts:

Bryan Wagner

Teen Center Michal Hughes, Teen Center Supervisor

Parks and Open Spaces

CORE, Center of Recreational

Wade Whitehead, Superintendent

Excellence

Placido Ramirez, Parks Maintenance Supervisor

Facility Director Cemetery

Community Affairs

Monica Mendoza, Administrative

Board

Pat Duran

Guest Services Coordinators

Assistant

Kevin Naegele Helen Houston

Lyndsey Henderson

Chair Vice-Chair Secretary

Yvette Lucero Cathy Marshall

Elena Dominguez

Sports Fields

Matt Springer

Sports Field

Aalysia Trevino

Supervisor - Vacant

Health & Wellbeing Coordinator

Rockwind Community Links

Ashley Pratt

Barry Muniz

Matt Hughes, Superintendent

Robert Sims, Jr.

Joe Hill, Rockwind Supervisor

Marketing Coordinator

Marcos Juarez, Trail Supervisor

Lindsay Chism McCarter

Cemetery Board Sherry Joe Norman

Chair

JoAnne Zespy

Vice-Chair

Bonnie Moran

Secretary

Recreation Director

Sports Coordinator

Doug McDaniel

Austin Campbell

Clarence Benford

Rockwind Community Links

Office Specialist

Sue Sedillo

Ben Kirkes, Golf

Saundra Cook

Cindy Walker

Professional/General Manager

Facility Maintenance Supervisor Recreation

Erich Francke

Michal Hughes, Superintendent Programs Coordinator - Vacant Brittny Huffman, Aquatics

Coordinator Amanda Byers, Aquatics Coordinator Cyndi Martinez, Administrative Assistant 5


The 4th of July is a time for families to have fun and celebrate our country’s independence. Fireworks, both large commercial displays and those discharged by individuals, families and groups have played a large part in these celebrations. The City of Hobbs previously had a ordinance related to keeping fireworks and those discharging them safe. In February, 2021, a new Fireworks Ordinance was adopted by the City Commission and the same “Safe and Sane” philosophy continues. July 4th, 2021, will be the first time for this new ordinance to be in place during the 4th of July and the days leading up to the 4th of July which typically result in a large amount of fireworks being discharged. Though most citizens may not be familiar with the new ordinance, the ordinance specifically defines which types of fireworks are legal to discharge within the city limits, and those that are illegal. While safety is a major component of the ordinance, another consideration given to the discharge of fireworks is the current drought status. Lea County and much of New Mexico’s current drought intensity is D4 (Exceptional Drought). This drought status is marked by extreme fire danger (D3), and the possibility of federal lands closing due to fire precautions and increasing burn bans. The authority to ban the sale of fireworks in New Mexico rests with the State Fire Marshal, and the safest way to enjoy fireworks is to attend the City of Hobbs Fireworks Show on Saturday, July 3!

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In Hobbs, only permissible fireworks are allowed within the city limits. Permissible fireworks are sold within fireworks stands and businesses within the city limits. Non-permissible fireworks, which are sold at fireworks stands located on property belonging to Lea County, include:

Aerial devices: Ground audible devices:

Aerial shell kit-reloadable tubes

Chasers

Aerial spinners & helicopters Firecrackers

Missile type rockets

Multiple tube devices

Roman candles

Stick type rockets

A provision of the new Fireworks Ordinance allows the City to establish safe zones where illegal fireworks may be used. The safe zones will be established ten (10) days prior to July 4th, with available dates, times and locations to be determined by the City. The new Fireworks Ordinance does contain penalties for possession and use of illegal fireworks. The City of Hobbs asks everyone to be a good citizen when it comes to discharging fireworks. Use only those fireworks that are permissible in the city limits or attend the City’s fireworks display on Saturday, July 3. Please be considerate of your neighbors who may have sensitivities related to the noise associated with fireworks. Many of our citizens also have pets that are frightened or stressed by fireworks. Fireworks may also result in fires that damage property, structures or injure our residents and first responders. Finally, it is well documented that discharging fireworks can result in severe injuries. Please keep yourself, your neighbors, fellow Hobbsans, our first responders, and our community safe this year. For more information on the City’s new Fireworks Ordinance, go to www.HobbsNM.org.

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The City of Hobbs is hosting the annual fireworks show at HIAP (Hobbs Industrial Air Park) at 5425 Jack Gomez BLVD on Saturday, July 3, at 9:30pm. The public is invited to park on the tarmac and view the show from their vehicles. Parking will open at 7:00pm. Any activities in McAdams Park are dependent on Public Health Orders and Mass Gathering Limits in place on July 3. Call 575-397-9291 for more info! 8


Bring your pooch to the Del Nor te Pool for a howlin’ good time! Event includes a discount shot clinic, pet information booths, contests give-a-ways, Animal Adoption Event and more. We guarantee a good time with man’s best friend.

Shot Clinic (Outside Del Nor te Pool) 12:00pm - 1:30pm FREE MICROCHIPPING! Del Nor te Doggie Paddle 1:00pm - 3:00pm Animal Event with Hobbs Animal Adoption Center throughout the day.

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The former Parks and Recreation Department Office, which was located inside City Hall at 200 E. Broadway, is now the Recreation Department Office and has moved to the Administrative Office suite at the CORE (Center of Recreational Excellence), 4827 North Lovington Highway. Our phone number remains the same (575) 397-9291. The Recreation Department Office will continue with the following services: Park Pavilion reservations Special Event applications Grimes Street Banner Display applications Father Daughter Valentines Dance ticket sales Pavilion Reservations at Del Norte Pool Additionally, we can assist with providing Information when the following events, programs, and activities are held: Hobbs Downtown Slam and Jam/Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament Movies Under the Stars Dog Daze of Summer Halloween Carnival Hooked on Fishing/Fishing Derby Light Up The Night Contest Father Daughter Dance Community Egg Hunt Community 4th of July Celebration Summer Recess and Summer Sports Programs Seasonal Pools Splash Pads

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Are you ready for Summer 2021? Those of us in the Recreation Department sure are! Since the last issue of The Guide was published in Summer 2020, our community and country have been through some incredibly challenging times created by the COVID-19 pandemic. I hope that you, your family, and loved ones have weathered the storm that this pandemic created. Last summer, you will recall that our three seasonal pools and all five splash pads never opened due to Public Health Orders. That is set to change for Summer 2021. Be sure to check out the information in The Guide related to our pools and splash pads. Please be aware that capacity at our pools is limited to 75% as The Guide went to print with Lea County in Turquoise status. Doug McDaniel The prohibition on playing competitive games, which was in place last summer, has been Recreation Director lifted and I suspect that participation in both the Summer Sports and Summer Recess programs will rebound. Last summer our staff did an excellent job of insuring the health and safety of all participants at our Summer Sports and Summer Recess sites, and we are going to make those same efforts again this summer. One of the most exciting changes you will notice for the Summer 2021 is that swim lessons are returning to Humble Pool. While the last of the four sessions will be held at the CORE, the first three sessions will take place at Humble Pool. Any changes in future Public Health Orders could affect operations at our pools, splash pads, and summer programs. While we hope this is not the case, rest assured that we will operate each of our facilities, programs, activities, and events in a manner that keeps both staff and participants safe. Come out and join us this summer at the CORE, Senior Center, Teen Center, Rockwind Community Links, one of our pools/splash pads, or any of the Recreation Department’s summer activities. We look forward to having you back!

In order to better serve our customers, please refer to the registration dates and times, below, for Summer 2021 Recreation Division programs, activities, and events: Description A Journey Through the Arts for Youth Pool Pavilion Reservations at Del Norte Summer Recess and Summer Sports Programs Swim Lessons Late Summer Art Classes

Registration Begins Online, Friday, May 14; In-person, Monday, May 17 Online, Friday, May 14; In-person, Monday, May 17 Online, Friday, May 14; In-person, Monday, May 17 Online, Friday, May 14; In-person, Monday, May 17 Online, Friday, June 11; In-person, Monday, June 14

Online Registration begins at 8:00am. You have three (3) options to set up your online account in E-Trak, the Recreation Software used by the Recreation Department, 1.) Go to www.hobbsnm.org, and scroll down the page to the E-Trak Customer Portal and click on, “Go to E-Trak”. 2.) Call the Hobbs Recreation Department at (575) 397-9291, and we will assist you. 3.) Visit the Hobbs Recreation Department Office at the CORE (Center of Recreational Excellence), 4827 N. Lovington Highway, and we will assist you. For more information on any of the Recreation Department’s programs, activities, and events, please call us at (575) 397-9291. The Recreation Department Office is open Monday through Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm. 11


SUMMER 2021 SCHEDULE ALL POOLS CLOSED ON MONDAYS FIRST DAY = SATURDAY, MAY 29 HUMBLE/HEIZER LAST DAY = SUNDAY, AUGUST 1 WEEKEND SCHEDULE FOR AUGUST/SEPTEMBER = TBA TUESDAY Del Norte:

12:00pm - 6:00pm

WEDNESDAY Heizer: Humble:

12:00pm - 6:00pm 12:00pm - 4:45pm*

THURSDAY Heizer: Humble:

12:00pm - 6:00pm 12:00pm - 4:45pm*

FRIDAY Heizer: Humble:

12:00pm - 6:00pm 12:00pm - 4:45pm*

SATURDAY Del Norte:

12:00pm - 6:00pm

SUNDAY Del Norte:

12:00pm - 6:00pm

OPERATIONS AT OUTDOOR POOLS SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO PUBLIC HEALTH ORDERS AND SAFE STAFFING LEVELS *HUMBLE POOL CLOSES FOR EVENING SWIM LESSONS POOL PAVILION RENTALS:

SOME GENERAL RULES:

$50/2 Hour time limit plus guest entry fee.

AT DEL NORTE POOL ONLY.

RESERVE A SPECIFIC, SHADED, PICNIC AREA INSIDE THE FACILITY FOR YOUR BIRTHDAY PARTY OR EVENT.

Guest limit is 30 persons.

Make your reservation online beginning on Friday, May 14, or in person beginning on Monday, May 17.

*Private Pool Rentals are unavailable at this time* 12

Admission is $2 for each person age 4 - 61. Participants ages 3 and under or 62 and up = FREE Children 7 and under must be within arms reach of a parent/guardian 18 or older. These attendees will be wrist banded upon entry. A swim diaper is required for all non-toilet trained persons. Swim Suits with a liner are required for ALL swimmers. *The full list of rules are posted at each facility.*


D League

$200 per team

Nite League

$200 per team

Women’s League

$200 per team

June 7 - July 16 at Ralph Tasker Arena Deadline for sign ups: May 21, 2021 For more information, contact Shelby Reeves @ (575)318-3413

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AT HUMBLE POOL! 700 S. GRIMES, HOBBS, NM TUESDAY - FRIDAY Cost = $20 FOR A TWO WEEK SESSION ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY BEGINNING MAY

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Session 1

June 8 - 18 (T, W, TH, FRI)

Session 2

June 22 - July 2 (T, W, TH, FRI)

Session 3

July 6 - 16 (T, W, TH, FRI)

Session 4

July 20 - 30 (T, W, TH, FRI)**

RIPPLES

8:00am - 8:45am

5:00pm - 5:45pm

SWELLS

8:00am - 8:45am

5:00pm - 5:45pm

RIPPLES

9:00am - 9:45am

6:00pm - 6:45pm

SWELLS

9:00am - 9:45am

6:00pm - 6:45pm

BUBBLES

9:00am - 9:30am

5:30pm - 6:00pm

RIPPLES

10:00am - 10:45am

SWELLS

10:00am - 10:45am

TIDAL WAVES

10:00am - 10:45am

JR LIFEGUARDING

10:00am - 10:45am

6:00pm - 6:45pm

BUBBLES: This class is designed for children 6 months to 3 years old with one parent participant; work on your water adjustment skills with fun games and songs! A swim diaper is required for ALL non-toilet trained children RIPPLES: Beginners ages 3 years - 5 years SWELLS: 5 years and Up TIDAL WAVES: Must have completed Swells or be able to dive, swim unassisted front crawl, tread water and float. **This session will be located at the CORE.

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SWIM LESSON TIMES/DATES/CAPACITY SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO PUBLIC HEALTH ORDERS AND AVAILABILITY OF SWIM INSTRUCTORS.


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Summer Art Classes A Journey in the Arts for Youth All Levels, 6 - 11 Years Old Subjects: Drawing, Watercolor, Oil Pastels, Clay Register online beginning on Friday, May 14, or in person beginning on Monday, May 17. Wednesday June 9 - June 30 10:00 - 11:30am, 1:30 - 3:00pm July 7 - July 28 10:00 - 11:30am, 1:30 - 3:00pm

Cost is $9.00 for a 4-week session. All supplies are provided.

Classes will be held at the Hobbs Teen Center, 602 W Alto, for all art classes

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LATE SUMMER ART CLASSES (All Classes will be 8 weeks)

Fees: Adult (18+), $15.00 Children (13 - 17) $12.00 Senior Citizen (60+), $10.00 Register online beginning on Friday, June 11, or in person beginning on Monday, June 14. Painting/Drawing for Pleasure for Everyone

(OIL, WATERCOLOR, ACRYLICS OR PASTEL, and PENCIL)

July 12 - August 30 Mondays July 9 - August 27 Fridays

1:00pm - 4:00pm 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Western/Animal Painting Techniques (OILS/ACRYLICS) Subject: Horse in the Stall July 6 - August 24 Tuesdays

10:00am - 1:00pm

Watercolor Still Life Techniques (Watercolor/Acrylic) Subject: TBA July 8 - August 26 Thursdays

10:00am - 1:00pm

SUPPLY LISTS FOR ALL CLASSES WILL BE AVAILABLE AT REGISTRATION. 17


The Teen Center is OPEN! Teen Center Hours

Tuesday & Thursday:

3:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Saturday:

2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Additional Skate Park Hours

Wednesday & Friday:

12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

6 0 2 W. A L t o 575-391-9505

The Skate Park and the indoor Rock Climbing Wall are two exciting features of the Teen Center, which is now open for use by the teens of Hobbs!

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more information, follow the Recreation Department’s Facebook pages.


Sign up for our Summer 2021 Activities, which are specially designed with COVID-19 restrictions in mind. Online registration begins on FRIDAY, MAY 14, at 8:00 a.m. In-person registration begins MONDAY, MAY 17, at 8:00 a.m. *NOTE* To accommodate Public Health Orders and COVID Safe Practices, certain convenient features of our beloved programs had to be changed for Summer 2021.

To register online go to www.hobbsnm.org, scroll down to the E-Trak Customer Portal and click on, “Go to E-Trak”. For those with existing accounts, please update your contact information and include emergency contact phone numbers for at least two ADULTS (18 years & up). If you do not have access to a computer or need help with your password, please call 397-9291. ***To pick up your child, a photo I.D. will be required.***

Houston Middle School, 300 N. Houston

Monday - Thursday 7:30 am - 5:00 pm; Friday: 7:30am - 12:00 pm This is a FREE Program. Summer Recess is closed on Monday, July 5th. Space is limited by Public Health Order to 43 participants per age group. Monday, June 7 through Friday, July 16 June 7 - 11: June 14 - 18: June 21 - 25: June 28 - July 2: July 5 - 9: July 12 - 16:

Sports Week Ninja Warrior Week Galaxy Week Spirit Week Game Show Week Treasure Hunt Week

Volleyball Tasker Arena, 800 N. Jefferson Monday June 7 through Friday, July 16 **All Sports Will Not Have Activities on July 5th.

Tennis: Boys & Girls Monday - Friday K - 2nd Grade: 7:30am - 8:00am 3rd - 5th Grade: 8:00am - 9:00am 6th - 7th Grade: 9:00am - 10:00am 8th - High School: 10:00am - 11:30am

Monday - Thursday 6th - 8th grade: 8:15am - 9:45am K - 5th grade: 9:45am - 11:15am 9th - 12th grade: 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Basketball: Boys & Girls Monday - Thursday At the HHS Gyms

SUMMER FREE LUNCH PROGRAM Kinder & 1st Grade (Lunch A - 11:00am) 2nd & 3rd Grade (Lunch B - 11:30am) 4th & 5th Grade (Lunch C - 12:00pm)

CHEERLEADING Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday K - 5th grade:

8:00am - 9:00am

6th - 8th grade:

9:00am - 10:00am

9th - 12th grade: 10:00am - 11:30am (Mon. & Wed. only)

Girls 6th - 8th grades Monday - Thursday 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Boys: Monday - Thursday 3rd - 5th grade: 8:00am - 10:00am 6th grade: 1:00pm - 2:00pm Twilight League 7th grade: 2:00pm - 3:00pm 8th grade: 3:00pm - 4:00pm Monday - Thursday 9th grade: 4:00pm - 5:00pm

5:00pm - 6:00pm

Indoor Soccer (no cleats) Monday - Friday 3rd - 8th grade: 10:00am - 11:30am

Football 3rd - 5th grade: 12:30pm - 3:30pm Monday - Thursday, HHS Facility 6th - 10th grade: 10:00am - 11:30am Monday - Friday, HHS Facility

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A SUPERVISED PLAY PROGRAM Monday through Friday: June 7 - July 16 Houston Middle School, 300 N. Houston HOURS: Monday through Thursday, 7:30am - 5:00pm Friday, 7:30am - 12:00pm NOTE: Program site will be closed Monday, July 5, 2021.

*NOTE: The Summer Recess Program will comply with COVID SAFE PRACTICES for Youth Programs as required. To view a full list of these recommendations, refer to: All Together New Mexico COVID Safe Practices for Individuals and Employers (April 9, 2021 version) Operations and activities are subject to change due to current Public Health Orders. At the time when The Guide went to publication, maximum participation at Summer Recess was set at 129. Make connections with new friends at our board game themed Summer Recess Program! Arts & Crafts: Make a project each week. The projects are for all ages and can be constructed as basic or elaborate as the participant’s interest and ability. Projects will complement the theme of the week. Sports & Childhood Games: Children will be instructed in the proper technique and rules of classic sports, childhood games and also be introduced to the latest that the industry has to offer! Supervised indoor and outdoor play is provided at no charge for children entering the following grades: Kindergarten & 1st Grade are in the “Barnyard” (limit of 43) 2nd & 3rd Grade are in the “Cave” (limit of 43) 4th & 5th Grade are in the “Big Red” (limit of 43) Please bring a mask as all participants are required to wear masks. Age groups are set by the grade year your child will be entering for the 2021/2022 school season. Attendance of at least 4 days/week will be required to retain position in the program. If a student misses 2 consecutive days, another student will be enrolled from the waiting list. Pick-up and drop-off times will be strictly enforced to ensure maximum camp time and accurate meal counts. If a child MUST be picked up early, they may not return until the following scheduled camp day. A 10:1 camper to instructor ratio will be followed at all times. Proof of age is required in order to register kindergarten children. Parents must sign a release form for all children attending Summer Recess. This Program consists of active games, quiet cool-down games, arts & crafts, and on-site special events. The playground site is not open to established daycare facilities for drop off. Registration will begin ONLINE on Friday, May 14 at 8:00 am. Inperson registration will begin on Monday, May 17 at 8:00 am. To register online, go to www.hobbsnm.org, and scroll down the page to the E-Trak Customer Portal and click on, “Go to E-Trak”, and search for Summer Recess. For your child’s safety, the following items are prohibited: cell phones, any electronic devices, dangling earrings, and open-toed shoes, backless shoes or shoes with a slick sole. A Free Breakfast and Lunch is provided at the Summer Recess site. Children must be checked in at the program by 7:30am for the breakfast head count, and by 9:00am for the lunch head count. DROP-OFF PICK-UP

7:30am - 9:00am in the SOUTH PARKING LOT 4:30pm - 5:00pm in the SOUTH PARKING LOT

Stay tuned for our Summer Recess Activity Calendar which will list specific activities, treats and challenges for all participants to enjoy and look forward to. A Parent Guide will be available to all participants listing specific rules and recommendations for all participants to follow upon the first day of the program. 20


The following fields at the Veterans Memorial Complex will be made available for practices and scrimmages when not in use for league play or tournaments: Zia Plex Fields (4) Junior Varsity Baseball Field* Norman Fee Field* *At the discretion of Recreation/Parks and Open Spaces staff Who can practice:  

Teams that are participating in a league recognized by the City of Hobbs Recreation Department Teams that while not participating in a league recognized by the City of Hobbs Recreation Department are sanctioned through a national governing body as a Hobbs team. Out of town teams will not be allowed to practice unless they are participating in a league recognized by the City of Hobbs Recreation Department. Each team requesting practice time, MUST have insurance that covers practices/scrimmages outside of league play.

Fees:  

$10 for a 90-120 minute practice time without lights. $45 for a 90-120 minute practice time with lights. No camps or clinics are to be held. Only practices or scrimmages. (Both teams scrimmaging must pay a fee.) For more information contact the Recreation Department Office at (575) 397-9291.

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(575) 397-9301 200 E. Park www.hobbsnm.org

Senior Center

The Hobbs Senior Center is a recreational facility that offers a great variety of programs and services for people 60 years of age and older. The Center was founded with the primary objective of assisting the City’s elderly citizens in adjusting to personal and social changes brought about by aging.

The Hobbs Senior Center began a slow, safe, gradual reopening on Wednesday, May 5, 2021.

Initial hours of operation for the Senior Center are: Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday:

9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., and 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Grab-N-Go Meals Monday - Friday: 12:00pm - 12:30pm (in the North Parking Lot) Please Note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the New Mexico Aging & Longterm Services Department (NMALTSD) issued protocols and guidelines for the operation of Senior Centers in New Mexico. The Hobbs Senior Center will be participating in COVID safe practices for staff and clients. Nutrition programs are still being provided to eligible senior citizens. Please call our office for more information. The following ACTIVITES were tentatively scheduled at the time that THE Guide went to publication. These activities are subject to change as required by Public Health Orders or other factors. Seniors participating in these activities will need to park in the east parking lot and use the east entrance to the Senior Center to assist with screening and contact tracing protocols as mandated by the State. 22


ACTIVITIES Bingo

Wednesday - Friday; Free

2:30pm - 4:00pm (at the Meal Site)

Billiards

Wednesday - Friday; Free

9:00am - 11:00am/2:00pm - 4:00pm

Computer Lab Wednesday - Friday; Free

9:00am - 11:00am/2:00pm - 4:00pm

Dominoes Wednesday - Friday; Free

9:00am - 11:00am/2:00pm - 4:00pm

Exercise Room Wednesday - Friday; Free

9:00am - 11:00am/2:00pm - 4:00pm

Quilting (By Reservation Only) Wednesday - Friday

9:00am - 11:00am/2:00pm - 4:00pm

Transportation Wednesday - Friday

2:00pm - 4:00pm (For Recreation Only) Pick-up starts at 1:30pm

Birthday Parties, Dances, and Fitness Classes are not being held at this time.

HOME DELIVERED MEALS The Home Delivered Meal program is available to homebound senior citizens within a five mile radius of the Senior Center. Our goal is to provide a hot meal to senior citizens 60 years of age or older, who are unable to prepare meals for themselves due to health problems or other needs. There are certain requirements needed for eligibility of home delivered meals. If you are interested in home delivered meals, please contact the office and the Nutrition Specialist will make an appointment with you to evaluate your needs and concerns.

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Senior Center Monthly Menus

M AY Monday

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

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5

6

7

Chicken Tenders

Soft Chicken Tacos

Pot Roast w/ Gravy

2 Beef Tacos

Fried Chicken

Mashed Potatoes/Gravy

Lettuce/Tomato

Mashed Potatoes

Lettuce/Tomato/Cheese

Boiled Cabbage

Broccoli W/Cheese

Cheese

Cooked Carrots

Spanish Rice

Parsley Potatoes

Garden Salad

Spanish Rice

Whole Wheat Roll

Pinto Beans

Wheat Roll

Wheat Roll/Margarine

Southwest Corn

Pound Cake

Salsa

Margarine

Peaches & Strawberries

Mandarin Oranges

w/ Cherries

Chocolate Cake

Lemon Bars

10

11

12

13

14

Stuffed Cabbage

Chicken Alfredo

Chicken Fried Steak

Lasagna

Chicken Salad Sandwich

Mashed Potatoes

Italian Vegetables

Mashed Potatoes

Garden Salad

Baked Beans

w/ Gravy

Spinach Salad

w/ Gravy

Mixed Vegetables

Cucumber/Onion

California Vegetables

Wheat Roll

Corn

French Bread

Tomato Salad

Wheat Roll

Banana/Peaches

Wheat Roll

Mandarin Oranges

Apricots

Cherry Cobbler

Pineapple

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18

19

20

21

Sour Cream Enchilada

Chicken Parmesan

BBQ Bonanza

Stuffed Bell Pepper

Asado

Salad

Penne Pasta

Chicken/Sausage/Brisket

Dill Potatoes

Pinto Beans

Spanish Rice

California Vegetables

Au Gratin Potatoes

Asparagus

Spanish Rice

Pinto Beans

Spinach Salad

Mixed Vegetables

Pineapple Cole Slaw

Tossed Salad

Fruit Cocktail

Roll

Bread

Fruit Salad

Tortilla

Jell-O w/ Fruit

Peach Crisp

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Sesame Chicken Breast

Hamburger Macaroni

Chicken Cordon Bleu

Meatloaf

Chicken Chow Mein

Fried Rice

Casserole

Mashed Potatoes

Scalloped Potatoes

Cucumber Salad

Oriental Vegetables

Wheat Roll

Spinach

Roll

Vegetable Egg Roll

Dinner Roll

Strawberry/Banana/

Peaches

Carrot Cake

Apple

Brownie

Peach Compote

Cookies

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BBQ Chicken

Chicken

Black Beans

Mashed Potatoes

Parsley Potatoes

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Cilantro Rice

Gravy

Mixed Vegetables

Broccoli

Tossed Salad

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Roll

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Banana Pudding

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Angel Food Cake

Cucumber Salad

Fruit Cocktail

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Asado

Pot Roast w/ Gravy

Orange Chicken

Hot Roast Beef

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Pinto Beans

Mashed Potatoes

Fried Rice

Sandwhich

Rice Pilaf

Spanish Rice

Cooked Carrots

Broccoli

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w/ Gravy

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(575) 397-9297 5001 Jack Gomez Blvd.

#2 in New Mexico

M o n d ay & We d n e s d ay t h r u S u n d ay Open 30 minutes before the first tee time Closed at Sunset T u e s d ay - Closed

The award winning golf and recreational facility named the “Model Municipal Golf Course” by the USGA, offers something for every resident in Hobbs. From The First Tee Youth and Life Skills to adult lessons, social and competitive events, Rockwind has year-round events for the whole family. Other activities include Footgolf, Sunday brunch, musical performances as well as being the perfect event venue for weddings, birthdays and corporate events.

Course Rates Junior = 17 years of age and younger

Seniors = 60 years of age and older

(Residency to be established with a photo I.D. showing Hobbs address)

18 Hole Course - Walking Description

Resident Fee

Cart Fees Non-Resident Fee

Description

Car Fees

Adult (9 holes)

$10

$20

Adult 18 holes (per person)

$16

Adult (18 holes)

$15

$30

Adult 9 holes & Twilight (per person)

$11

Adult (Twilight)

$10

$20

Senior 18 holes (per person)

$14

Senior 9 holes & Twilight (per person)

$11

Extra Rider

$16

Senior (9 holes)

$10

$20

Senior (18 holes)

$12

$24

Senior (Twilight)

$10

$20

Junior (9 holes)

$6

$12

Junior (18 holes)

$6

$12

Junior (Twilight)

$6

$12

Sun Country Amatuer Golf Association

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2018 Golf Club of the Year


w w w. R o c k w i n d G o l f C o u r s e . c o m Li’l Rock Par 3

- Greens Fees and

Footgolf Fees

Up to three (3) Juniors can play for free when accompanied by a paying adult. Description

Resident Fee

Non-Resident Fee

Adult

$6

$9

Junior

$3

Adult (Replay)

$2

$4

Junior (Replay)

$1

$2

$4

CJB Golf Academy is offering classes for all ages and skill levels, to specialized clinics and competitive golf workshops. Private lessons are available as well. For the class schedule call Camren Bergman at 575-390-4218. Playing Rockwind Community Links just got better and a lot more fun! In 2019, Rockwind purchased 70 new Yamaha gas-powered golf carts with quiet engine technology with each cart equipped with GPS to show players their distances to the green and preview of the hole with a simulated flyover. Rental prices remained the same, so come out and score a better golf experience at New Mexico’s #2 ranked public golf course, as rated by Golfweek Magazine in 2020.

To view and print the Tournament Schedule, go to

www.rockwindgolfcourse.com Sign up for our newsletter on our website.

Rockwind

community Links

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ROCKWIND COMMUNITY LINKS TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE 2021 Please note all tournaments are subject to limited participation, change, cancellation due to weather, and cancellation due to state COVID-19 mandates

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL THE ROCKWIND PRO SHOP AT DATE

NAME

FORMAT

April-September

Thursday Night Scramble Begins Every Thursday at 5PM

Format Varies

May 8

Anniversary Shootout

4 Person Scramble

June 5 and 6

Hobbs City Championship

Stroke - Play

June 10

Sun Country Junior Open

Junior Event

June 12 and 13

NMJC Foundation Fundraiser

2 Person Scramble/ Best Ball

July 17 and 18

Southeastern New Mexico Junior Open (SENMJO)

Junior Event

August 1 and 2

Rockwind First Tee Pro Am

Invitation Only

August 7

Parent-Junior

Parent Junior Scramble

August 28 and 29

Play The Rock 2021 (#PTR2K21)

2 Person Best Ball

August 30 – September 2

Aeration

September 25

First Tee Game Changers Scramble

Call Course for Hours of Operation

October 17 and 18

Last Chance Open

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RECREATION DEPARTMENT PARK PAVILION/SPECIAL EVENT RENTALS

Park Pavilions are available for rent for those events of 150 people or less, to comply with the current mass gathering limit. You can now reserve Park Pavilions online! Once you have set up your household account in E-trak, the Recreation Department’s online software, you can reserve Park Pavilions from your home, your office, or your favorite mobile device. You may come into the Recreation Office, initially, to set up your account, or do so online. See more information on page 11 about how to set-up your online account. Designated group shelters are available for rental throughout our park system. For a small gathering, the damage/cleanup deposit is $25 and the rental fee is $25 for every 3 hours. Pavilions are available for rental, and renters may reserve for multiple 3 hour periods, as follows:

8:00am - 11:00am 12:00pm -

3:00pm

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8:00pm

Reservations can be made online, or at the Recreation Office at the CORE, 4827 N. Lovington Hwy., on a first-come, first-serve basis. The cut-off date for weekend reservations is Thursday at 12:00 p.m. All other reservations require a 48-hour notice. For more information, contact the Recreation Office at 397-9291. Reservations are required at the following locations: • • • •

Del Norte Performance Area* McAdams Park (large pavilion only) Shipp Street Venue* Covered Basketball Courts at City Park*

* Special Event rates may apply

For special events such as a large company picnic with up to 150 attendees, a Special Event Permit Application is required. Fees for this type of reservation are as follows:

1 - 99 people

100 - 150 people

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$100/day rental


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4314 N. Grimes DOG PARK HOTLINE: (575) 397-9323 OR (575) 397-9265

Hobbs Dog Park OPEN DAILY 6:00am - 11:00pm Located on the east side of Del Norte Park, the dog park is designed so that dogs can safely exercise and play offleash in a controlled environment under the supervision of their owners. Off-leash dog areas, or dog parks, provide a community setting in which people can gather and socialize and where they can observe the interaction of groups of dogs at play. Dog parks allow owners and their dogs to spend time together and offer dogs a space for play and companionship with other dogs.

Dog Park Usage Guidelines In order to provide a safe and friendly environment, the City of Hobbs urges all patrons to read and observe the following rules that are in accordance with established City ordinances: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

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The dog park is for dogs, their handlers and those 16. accompanying them. No other use is permitted. All dogs must be legally licensed and vaccinated and shall wear a visible dog license and rabies tag. (Ordinance 6.04.210) 17. Dogs less than 4 months of age and female dogs that are in heat are prohibited. Dogs must be on a leash when entering or exiting the dog park. 18. Dogs must be under the control of their handler and in view of their handler at all times. Spiked collars are prohibited. Children 12 years and under must be accompanied by an adult. Handlers must be at least 16 years of age. Handlers must have possession of the dog leash at all times. Handler is limited to a maximum of two dogs. Handlers must “Scoop the Poop” and fill any holes dug by dogs under their control. Food and drinks in glass containers are prohibited; treats are allowed for training purposes only. Dogs must be removed from the dog park at first sign of aggression. No animals, other than dogs, shall be permitted in the dog park area. Handlers are responsible for any injuries caused by the dog(s) under their control.

Users of the facility do so at their own risk. The City of Hobbs shall not be liable for any injury or damage caused by any dog in the dog park area. Small dog park is limited to dogs weighing 25 pounds, or less; Large dog park is open to dogs over 25 pounds; communal area is open to all dogs. Gates must be closed after entering and exiting the park.


CEMETERIES

2101 E. Stanolind Rd. 575-397-9296

The City of Hobbs maintains four Cemeteries: Boone, Everglade, Prairie Haven, & Prairie Haven Memorial Park. The City of Hobbs operates out of Prairie Haven and Prairie Haven Memorial Park and on occasion, by deed only, Everglade Cemetery. There are four, full-time staff located at Prairie Haven Memorial Park where you will find the office and the maintenance facility. Please feel free to stop by during business hours and any of the staff will assist with any questions or concerns. OFFICE HOURS: GATES: Monday - Friday 7 Days a Week 8:00am to 12:00pm April 1 - October 31 1:00pm to 5:00pm November 1 - March 31

8:00am to 7:00pm 8:00am to 5:00pm

FEES: Adult Lot $575.00 All lots have a one-time perpetual care fee of $30. Cremain Lots $ 90.00 Infant Lots $115.00 Open/Close charges vary during the weekday and Columbarium Niche $500.00 weekends/holidays.

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City of Hobbs

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We wanted to share the beauty of the landscaping and level of care that the Parks and Open Spaces Department puts forth on a daily basis. Thank you to ALL of the staff that makes this happen!


Parks & Open Spaces

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STATE OF THE ART Facility enhances the quality of life, provides economic development & improves the health of area residents.

INTERGENERATIONAL Place for our residents & guests in our community of all ages & abili�es.

FAMILY ORIENTED Indoor, year‐round opportuni�es for social interac�on, learning, fun & tness. Enjoy mul�ple ac�vi�es in one loca�on.

SUMMER HOURS

MONDAY ‐ FRIDAY 5:00 AM ‐ 9:00 PM SATURDAY 6:00 AM ‐ 9:00 PM SUNDAY 12:00 PM ‐ 6:00 PM

4827 N. Lovington Highway (575) 393‐CORE (2673) www.COREhobbs.com

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Informa�on provided including hours of opera�on subject to change.


DAY Pass

WEEK Pass

MONTH Pass

RATES & FEES

DAY|WEEK|MONTH PASSES Res

Non‐Res

Res

Non‐Res

Res

Non‐Res

Adult (18‐61)

$7

$10

$20

$30

$28

$40

Adult Couple

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$50

$72

Youth (1‐12)

$4

$7

$12

$21

$16

$23

FREE

FREE

FREE

FREE

FREE

FREE

Teen (13‐17)

$5

$8

$15

$24

$20

$29

Student/Public Safety (18+)

$5

$8

$15

$24

$20

$29

Senior (62+)

$4

$7

$12

$21

$16

$23

Senior Couple

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$29

$41

Family (Up to 6 members)

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$55

$80

Kid Watch (6 months‐6yrs)

$5 drop‐in

$7 drop‐in

$5 drop‐in

$7 drop‐in

Included

Included

Kid Fit (7‐12)

$3 drop‐in

$5 drop‐in

$3 drop‐in

$5 drop‐in

Included

Included

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$14

$20

Youth under 1 year

Ma�nee (18+ Only) Weekdays 10am ‐ 3pm

CLASSIFICATIONS Residents are dened as those persons that can provide proof of residency within Lea County. Non‐Residents are dened as those persons not living in Lea County, or unable to show proof of residency. Acceptable proof of residency:

Drivers License or State ID Card | UƟlity Bill | Current Lease Agreement

Adult(18‐61) ‐ Any persons between the ages of 18 and 61. Adult Couple ‐ Two persons between the ages of 18 and 61, residing at the same address. Youth (under 1) ‐ Any person under the age of 1. Must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Youth(1‐12) ‐ Any person between the ages of 1 and 12. Must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Teen (13‐17) ‐ Any person between the ages of 13 and 17. Student (18+) ‐ Any person a�ending college over the age of 18. Public Safety (18+) ‐ Any Law Enforcement, Fire, EMT, Border Patrol & Military personnel (ac�ve or veteran). Ma�nee ‐ Adults and Seniors will have access to the facility during Monday‐Friday, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Senior (62+) ‐ Any person 62 years of age or older. Senior Couple ‐ Two persons 62 years of age and older residing at the same address. Single Family ‐ One adult and up to 5 dependents under 18 years of age all residing at the same address. Limit 6 members Family ‐ Two adults and up to 4 dependents under 18 years of age all residing at the same address. Limit 6 members. Family Plus ‐ Single Family or Family membership as dened above with each addi�onal family members at $10 each. 6+ members (i.e. third adult or seventh person)

A FEW THINGS TO REMEMBER ABOUT THE CORE     

No outside food is allowed in the CORE. Only drinks in sealed containers. Alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, illegal drugs, and electronic smoking devices are not permi�ed. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian who remains in the building. Please wear appropriate swimwear. Bring socks for anyone playing on COREplay. Socks available for purchase at Welcome Desk.

For more detailed informa�on regarding CORE Facility Rules not listed in the Guide, please see the Member Handbook, available online at www.COREhobbs.com or at the Welcome Desk.

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MEMBERSHIPS      

BECOME A CORE MEMBER TODAY!

Monthly and Annual memberships op�ons available with automa�c payments Mul�ple membership types to best t your needs Fully experience the facility any day of the week Avoid long lines with fast‐track entry Enjoy COREkids at no addi�onal cost Receive discounts on programming

FACILITY MEMBERSHIPS Res

Non‐Res

Adult (18‐61)

$28/month; $320/yr

$40/month; $456/yr

Adult Couple

$50/month; $570/yr

$72/month; $820/yr

Youth (1‐12)

$16/month; $182/yr

$23/month; $262/yr

Teen (13‐17)

$20/month; $228/yr

$29/month; $330/yr

Student/Public Safety (18+)

$20/month; $228/yr

$29/month; $330/yr

Senior (62+)

$16/month; $182/yr

$23/month; $262/yr

Senior Couple

$29/month; $330/yr

$41/month; $467/yr

Single Parent Family

$45/month; $513/yr

$70/month; $798/yr

Family

$55/month; $627/yr

$80/month; $912/yr

Family Plus

Addi�onal $10 per family member above Family Rate

Ma�nee (18+ only) Weekdays 10am ‐ 3pm

$14/month; $160/yr

$20/month; $228/yr

*Public Safety Personnel includes Police, Fire, EMT, Border Patrol & Military (Ac�ve & Veteran)

CORPORATE MEMBERSHIPS

Show apprecia�on to your employees with annual Corporate Memberships!

Discounts are determined by business’ choice of enrollment category. Organiza�on or employee payment op�ons available. All memberships are valid for 1 year and must be paid in full at �me of registra�on.

 Category 1 ‐ $100 business enrollment fee, employees receive 10% discount  Category 2 ‐ $500 business enrollment fee, employees receive 20% discount  Category 3 ‐ $1000 business enrollment fee, employees receive 30% discount

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MULTI-FAMILY COMPLEX MEMBERSHIPS

NEW OPTIONS!

Incentivize future and current tenants with a CORE membership.

A Mul�‐Family Complex is dened as 10 or more units operated by a single en�ty. Discounts are determined by number of units of property. All discounts are applied to each annual membership purchased by the property owner/en�ty. All memberships must be in full at �me of registra�on.

Category 1 (10‐50 units) ‐ $100 en�ty enrollment fee, 10% discount applied Category 2 (51‐100 units) ‐ $300 en�ty enrollment fee, 15% discount applied Category 3 (101‐200 units) ‐ $500 en�ty enrollment fee, 20% discount applied Category 4 (201+ units) ‐ $750 en�ty enrollment fee, 25% discount applied


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Children 6 months to 12 years may use COREkids  Children 6 months to 6 years have access to the kidWATCH area  Children 7‐12 years have access to the kidFIT program

COREkids Hours

COREkids is FREE for children with a membership.

Monday ‐ Saturday 8:00am ‐ 12:00pm 3:00pm ‐ 8:00pm Sunday Closed

kidFIT A controlled program, similar to a physical educa�on class, will vary day‐to‐day. Kids will be taken to different areas of the facility depending on the ac�vi�es for that day.

kidWATCH A closely regulated, single spaced entry that is for infants, toddlers, and young children. Children will learn how to play, par�cipate in ac�vi�es, and be social with others.

Parents/Guardians MUST remain in facility when their children are checked into COREkids. Maximum of 2 hours per day. 42


Enjoy some sun in the courtyard!

As the Aquatics areas of the CORE continue to reopen fully in the coming months, please know the following rules: 

Children 7 and under will receive a green wristband along with their parent and they must have a parent within arm’s reach of them at all times

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If guests are 7 and younger and want to use the diving board, they must complete a swim test, get a second wristband, and then the child will be able to use the diving boards.

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All children 10 and under will be given a swimming test for deep water.

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If a person does not have a swim suit on (or is a non-swimmer) they get a yellow band indicating they cannot go in the water

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All babies and parents will receive a pink band. Parents must be within arm’s reach of their baby at all times.

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Staff will be checking for swim diapers, ensuring people have appropriate suits on.

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THERAPY HOURS MONDAY - FRIDAY

5:00am - 8:30pm

SATURDAY

6:00am - 8:30pm

SUNDAY

CLOSED

SWIM HOURS

MONDAY - FRIDAY 5:00am - 8:30pm SATURDAY 6:00pm - 8:30pm SUNDAY 12:00pm - 5:30pm 44

Hours of Operation may change due to Public Health Orders, and providing a safe environment for all swimmers. Private Facility Rentals may affect the hours of operation, and will be publicized in advance.


Summer Hours MONDAY - SATURDAY

12:00pm - 8:30pm

SUNDAY

12:00pm - 5:30pm

Hours of Operation may change due to Public Health Orders, and providing a safe environment for all swimmers. Private Facility Rentals may affect the hours of operation, and will be publicized in advance.

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Saturday June 5th GENERAL ADMISSION or MEMBERSHIP APPLIES

COME REDISCOVER THE CORE! ENJOY COMPLIMENTARY FITNESS CLASSES & ACTIVITIES FOR ALL AGES. MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON! VISIT US AT WWW.COREHOBBS.COM OR LIKE US ON FACEBOOK TO SEE WHAT’S HAPPENING. 4827 N. Lovington Hwy 575-393-CORE (2673) www.COREHobbs.com 46


LETS GET

Healthy!

Move

Download our App today!!

HAVE YOU RECEIVED YOUR FREE

CORE FITNESS ASSESSMENT? Our In‐Body Assessments focus on

& MORE! Let our Fitness Specialists at COREt help get you started on your healthy journey! 47


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MAY CHALLENGE

C RE MOVE Download the CORE MOVE app and sign-up at the FITdesk to participate! Sign-up and weigh-in

This Challenge is based on the amount of MOVES earned throughout the month of May. For more info on collecting MOVES, contact the COREfit desk 575-391-6928

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THE CORE PRESENTS

A RECREATIONAL PE CLASS FOR CHILDREN & ADULTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

SUMMER 2021 Sessions: 2 classes a week for 6 weeks  Youth 4 - 12 year olds (Monday & Wednesday)  13+ years & Adults (Tuesday & Thursday) When: June 7 - July 15 @ 10:30am - 11:30am Fees: $25 Member / $30 Non-member Location: COREturf and COREgym Information: Coach Tharon Drake, 719-310-0023 50

4827 Lovington Highway 575-393-2673


We are taking measures in every space of the CORE to ensure the safety of our members and guests.

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GROUP FITNESS & SPECIALTY CLASSES ZUMBA

HOP IT UP

Focuses on easy-to-follow dance fitness routines that are sure to get you feeling pumped while burning through calories.

Trampoline-based workout to high-energy music that gets you jumping, dancing and smiling! A fun, toning, cardio workout.

ALL LEVELS 13 years old and above

ALL LEVELS 13 years old and above

BARREfit

YOGAfit

Barre mixes elements of Pilates, dance, yoga and functional training, with moves choreographed to motivating music.

Tailored to build strength, balance, and flexibility, it’s yoga designed to improve health, performance, fitness levels, and mental acuity.

ALL LEVELS 13 years old and above

ALL LEVELS 13 years old and above

TRX

DANCEfit

Suspension training program that utilizes bodyweight exercises to develop balance, flexibility, and strength.

Dance and toning combine to upbeat music to deliver a high cardio, strengthening workout for all levels and desires.

ALL LEVELS 13 years old and above

ALL LEVELS 9 years old and above

SPINNING Focuses on burning calories utilizing stationary spin bikes while avoiding the high impact of running. ALL LEVELS 13 years old and above

For days / times / cost and more information, visit: CO R E H O B B S . CO M / W E L L B E I N G

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You have the occasion, we have the location.

SPLASH Reservation Party Room with Splash ($300) • Two (2) hour rental

Please contact

• Room is exclusive to your group

the access Rentals Division • Direct to the pool area

at the CORE

• Choose the time for your event

for more information as to when

• Pool is open to the public 

theare SPLASH pool Food/drinks allowed in party roomwill

• Includes pool/ room admission for 33 people maximum

be available for rent.

Private Splash ($350) • Two (2) hour rental This space

will be phased

• Restricted Times as Follows:

into the rental

Thurs or Sat 7:45PM - 9:45PM // Sunday 5:45PM - 7:45PM

the cost coming • Addoptions Room(s) for in additional if neededweeks.

SPORTS Reservation Half Turf OR Half Gym ($175) Full Turf OR Full Gym ($250) • Two (2) hour rental • Space is exclusive to your group • Half Turf or Gym— you may choose the time for your event • Full Gym or Turf— times may be restricted • Turf Wing available for table set up for food gatherings

Archery Tag ($350) • Two (2) hour rental

• Age restricted to 13+ years • Availability based on programming

Ninja Warrior ($350) • Two (2) hour rental • Age restricted to 3-12 years • Availability based on programming • Table set up in Party Room 54

• Available times may depend on CORE sports programming. • Required 30-days’ notice.


Contact Facility Rentals for your event!

You have the agenda, and we have the location.

575-391-6933

MEETING ROOMS Banquet Room 1- Half Day ($125) Full Day ($250) • 121 room occupancy • 12 round tables, seats 6 = 72 SEATING capacity • Space allows for food buffet tables • Media A/V available, podium, mics • Access to Catering Kitchen

Banquet Room 2 – Half Day ($100) Full Day ($200) • 75 room occupancy • 6 round tables, seats 6 = 36 SEATING capacity • Space allows for food buffet tables • Media A/V available, podium, mics • Access to Catering Kitchen

Dual Banquet Rooms – Half Day ($175) Full Day ($350) • 196 room occupancy • 18 rounds tables, seats 6 = 108 SEATING capacity • All Banquet Room spaces have available A/V accessories. • All Banquet Room spaces have access to Catering Kitchen. • All Banquet Room spaces have room arrangement at Renter request. • Other optional rental items available

EXECUTIVE CONFERENCE ROOM • 20 room occupancy • $25 hourly • Whiteboard • TV has HDMI outlet for laptop presentation

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Come into COREfit on Saturdays for: Certifications are required for any child to utilize fitness equipment. Youth certification (Ages 9-12 ): Allows for use of cardio equipment with the exception of treadmills, skill mills and skill runs. Teen certification (Ages 13-15): Allows for use of cardio equipment including all treadmills, and selectorize machines located near the COREfit desk **Must be 16 to utilize any equipment in the free weight area **

Fitness assessments evaluate your overall health and physical status to help you improve your active lifestyle. The assessments includes testing your muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility level, cardiovascular endurance, and body composition. This is your starting point!

An InBody assessment utilizes a bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) that will give you an accurate look at body fat, lean muscle mass, basal metabolic weight, and water retention. With these biometrics, you can measure your progress from start to finish with any exercise program, both bi-weekly and monthly!

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**While fitness specialists may be available during the week, it is not guaranteed.**


(For more info on collecting MOVEs, contact the COREfit desk)

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Paula Drake, CPT

Personal Training

Members: $40 per session $90 for 3 sessions

Sessions Program Fee Participants: $60 Per session $150 for 3 Sessions

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(575)397-9328 509 N. Shipp www.hobbspubliclibrary.org

Hours of Operation: Monday 9:30am - 8:00pm Tuesday & Wednesday 9:30am - 6:00pm Thursday - Saturday 9:30am - 5:00pm Sunday

Closed

Children’s Programming: Virtual Tails and Tales Summer Reading Program Children can participate to receive prizes. There will also be a folder of activities for each child to complete and turn in, to receive additional prizes. Check out our Facebook page to enjoy book readings and other fun activities. Young Adult/Adult Programming: New this summer is a teen virtual summer reading program. There will be an opportunity for teens to participate in reading challenges, go on a Library treasure hunt, and be creative with hands-on activities. Prizes will be given away! Story hours, adult and young adult programming will resume in August.

Call the Library at (575) 397-9328, check our web site at hobbspubliclibrary.org or Facebook page for the latest up-to-date programming information or activities planned for the fall.

General Information: Book and audiovisual materials may be returned 24/7 by placing them in the drop boxes located in the front of the library. The Library accepts credit card payments. 59


(575) 397-9323 700 N. Grimes

Hobbs Animal Adoption Center

The Hobbs Animal Adoption Center strives to provide respectful and humane treatment to the animals in our care while providing the best service to the citizens of Hobbs. We strive to provide programs for the treatment/care of animals to the city residents, so we can accomplish our goal which is to continue the reduction of unnecessary euthanasia due to pet overpopulation issues.

Did you know? Your pet must be registered with a city license and there are multiple options for registration. Registration is $10 per year or $20 per three years for tags, or you can choose to microchip your pet for $20.00 if not altered (spay or neutered) or $10.00 if altered. The HAAC offers reduced cost spay or neuter for your pets to Hobbs residents that qualify. There are two free shot clinics throughout the year. The City of Hobbs Animal Ordinance and Fee Resolutions can be found online at www.HobbsNM.org/animal_adoption_center

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Monday - Thursday:

12:00pm to 6:00pm

Friday - Saturday:

10:00am to 2:00pm


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Hours of Operation & Contact Numbers Animal Adoption Center (575) 397-9323 • Monday - Thursday 12:00pm - 6:00pm • Friday - Saturday 10:00am - 2:00pm • Sunday Closed City Clerk’s Office (575) 397-9200 • Monday - Friday City Manager’s Office (575) 397-9206 • Monday - Friday

8:00am - 5:00pm

8:00am - 5:00pm

Community Services/Code Enforcement (575) 391-8158 8:00am - 5:00pm • Monday - Friday • On-call for all other hours Hobbs Fire Department (575) 397-9308 *Call 9-1-1 for all Emergencies* • 24/7/365 Office Hours Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm Hobbs Police Department (575) 397-9265 *Call 9-1-1 for all Emergencies* • 24/7/365 Office Hours • Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm Hobbs Public Library (575) 397-9328 9:30am - 8:00pm • Monday • Tuesday & Wednesday 9:30am - 6:00pm • Thursday - Saturday 9:30am - 5:00pm • Sunday Closed Hobbs Express • Office Hours Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm • Bus Route Hours Monday - Friday 7:00am - 5:00pm (subject to change, please refer to hobbsnm.org/hobbs_express for the most recent bus routes available) 62 Saturday 7:00am - 4:00pm

Human Resources Office (575) 397-9230 • Monday 8:00am - 5:00pm • Tuesday 10:00am - 5:00pm • Wednesday 8:00am - 5:00pm • Thursday 8:00am - 5:00pm • Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Mayor’s Office (575) 391-7890 • Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Motor Vehicle Department (Hobbs location) (575) 397-9213 • Monday - Friday 8:00am - 3:00pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Municipal Court (575) 397-9272 • Monday - Thursday 7:30am - 5:30pm • Friday 8:00am - 12:00pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Parks & Open Spaces Department (575) 397-9291 posd@hobbsnm.org Recreation Department (575) 397-9291 • Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Pools • Del Norte • Heizer • Humble Splash Pads: • City Park • Jefferson • Mills • Taylor • Washington

(575) 392-8161 (575) 397-9316 (575) 397-9337


Hours of Operation & Contact Numbers

Rockwind Community Links Golf Course (575) 397-9297 As of deadline for The GUIDE: • Tuesday - Closed • Wednesday - Monday Tee Times: Begin at 7:30am Carts Returned/Course Closes: 8:00pm Golf Shop: 7am - 7pm

The following holidays will be observed by the City of Hobbs All non-essential (non-public safety or emergency) offices are closed on these days. 4th of July Monday, July 5 Labor Day Monday, September 6

Rockwind Grill As of deadline for The GUIDE:

Refer to page 36 for Hours of Operation, etc.

CORE (575) 393-CORE (2673)

• Tuesday - Closed

The CORE will close all aquatic areas 30 minutes prior to facility closure. All other areas will close 10 minutes prior to facility closure times. Announcements will be made to remind guests of closing times.

• Wednesday - Monday 8:00am - 7:00pm

Senior Center (575) 397-9301 At the time The GUIDE went to print • Wednesday - Friday 9:00am - 11:00am 2:00pm - 4:00pm Teen Center (575) 391-9505 At the time The GUIDE went to print • Tuesday & Thursday 3:00pm - 8:00pm • Saturday 2:00pm - 8:00pm Additional Skate Park Hours: • Wednesday & Friday 12:00pm - 6:00pm

CLOSURES - the CORE reserves the right to close any and all of the facility for special programs, events, or inclement weather. Advance notice will be given when possible. Please check with the Welcome Desk, the website, and Facebook for schedule changes.

LEAGUE CONTACTS USSSA Baseball League (Boys) Julie Rodriguez

Hobbs Girls Softball (Fast/Slow) - All Ages Julie Rodriguez 602-1717

T-Ball/Coach Pitch/U-8, U-10, U-12

Water Office (575) 397-9216 • Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed

602-1717

Julie Rodriguez

Hobbs Slow Pitch Softball - Adult

Julie Rodriguez

Youth Soccer (All Ages) Monty Randolph Marco Cortez Diane Cortez

602-1717 602-1717

631-1639 441-0649 441-8200

Adult Soccer Rafael Gutierrez 704-0817

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Pictured is McAdams Park, at 5000 Jack Gomez Blvd. Park amenities include fishing ponds for children and seniors, pavilions, playground equipment, disc golf courses, lots of shade, and a campground!

McAdams Park Campground Update The electrical infrastructure for the campground and electricity access for RV spaces was recently upgraded. These new and modern upgrades will enable 64 the campground to meet the electrical needs of those using the RV spaces as each of these spaces is equipped with 20/30/50 amp service.