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the guide 2019 - Summer, Issue 4

• Parks & Recreation Summer Recess

Outdoor Pools & Splash pads

Summer Sports

Movies Under the Stars

• July 4th Community Celebration • CORE

Corporate Summer Showdown

First Anniversary Celebration June 1

• PACT in the Park with the Hobbs Police Department (see back cover)

• Rockwind Community Links High School State

Golf Tournament 1A -3A

• New Mexico Recreation and Parks Association Conference in Hobbs August 2019


City Commission The Hobbs City Commission meets regularly on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month. Regular meetings are held at 6:00 p.m. 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.

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

(Back Row, L-R) Don Gerth, Dist. 6; Marshall Newman, Dist. 1; Roy Dwayne Pennick, Dist. 5; Christopher Mills, Dist. 2; (Front Row, L-R) Joseph Calderón, Dist. 5; Mayor Sam Cobb; Patricia Taylor, Dist. 3

A message from the Mayor of the City of Hobbs Greetings! A lot can change in a year, and we are flourishing here in the Southwest! As a representative of your local governing body, increasing the quality of life for our citizens is our continuous goal. Almost a full year has passed since the opening of the CORE, and as with every new endeavor, we continue to learn and adjust to better serve you. In addition, we continue to aim for high standards in operating our other facilities with high quality customer service. As you already know, improvements to our infrastructure, including sports fields, has brought several baseball and softball tournaments with hundreds of teams into our community. Events like these bring unique customers to our community’s businesses and that means money into our economy. As you are receiving the summer issue of The Guide, there are currently several events utilizing these facilities. The Hobbs Downtown Slam Mayor Sam Cobb & Jam and Gus Macker tournament is held in Downtown Hobbs, a regional college tournament with all participating teams from out-of-town and youth baseball tournament with many out-of-town visitors is being held at the Veterans Zia Plex. Memorial Complex. Successful events are held in our community by countless organizations throughout the year. I am proud and grateful to City staff, non-profit organizations, advisory boards, and all the volunteers and citizens in Hobbs and Lea County who work together to make this a place to Live, Work, and Play. The growth we’ve achieved would not be possible without the vision and efforts of these individuals. New conferences and conventions are being booked regularly with the attendees holding golf tournaments at the renowned Rockwind Community Links, hosting dinners at our established restaurants, and visiting our numerous entertainment and shopping options. We aim to make you comfortable in our facilities and parks, and to instill pride in this community. Efforts are being made to establish and promote Hobbs as a wonderful place to visit and a great location to host large conferences. Whatever the reason for your visit may be, our hospitality exceeds expectations. We hope you are proud of that and that you each continue to welcome our visitors and growth. Sincerely Yours, 2 2

Mayor Sam D. Cobb


A message from A Commissioner A message from A Commissioner I immensely enjoy working for the citizens of Hobbs and serving my I immensely enjoy working for citizens the citizens and serving my community as yourenjoy City Commissioner for District 2.ofI Hobbs look to continuing I immensely working for the of Hobbs and forward serving my community as community as your City Commissioner for District 2. I look forward to continuing

to serve the community in the years ahead. I am proud of our community and your City Commissioner for District 2. I look forward to continuing to community serve the community to serve the the years ahead. am proud of privileged to community call Hobbs in home and have the Iopportunity toour raise my familyand in inprivileged the years ahead. IHobbs am proud of our andfuture privileged to call Hobbs home to call home andcommunity have opportunity raise family in and such a special place. I look forward to a the bright for to our Citymy and to working have opportunity to raise my family in such a special I look forward a bright such a special place. I look forward to a bright future for our City and totoworking withthe all of our stakeholders, citizens and leaders to place. ensure that everyone with all our stakeholders, citizens leaders to ensure that everyone future forof our City and to working with alland of our stakeholders, citizens and leaders to ensure benefits from all the great things happening in Hobbs. The City of Hobbs has benefits from all the great things happening in Hobbs. The City of Hobbs has some great activities planned The Guide will be an informative keyof toHobbs open has that everyone benefits from all theand great things happening in Hobbs. The City some great activities planned and The Guide willfor beall anofinformative keyresidents to open the door to an exciting summer and year ahead our children, some greatto activities planned and The Guide will be an informative key to open the door to the exciting summer and year ahead for all of our children, residents anddoor visitorsan alike. an exciting summer and visitors alike.and year ahead for all of our children, residents and visitors alike. Commissioner Commissioner Christopher Mills

I’m “from Hobbs”, born and raised, and therefore a key focus of mine

I’m Hobbs”, born and raised, and therefore a key focus ofand as your “from Hobbs”, born raised, and therefore amine key focus ofCity mine as “from your I’m City Commissioner is toand ensure that our citizens most importantly Commissioner Christopher Mills Commissioner is to ensure ouris citizens, and mostour importantly the children ofquality Hobbs, as City Commissioner to ensure that citizens and most importantly theyour children of Hobbsthat have expanded opportunities and enjoy a better Christopher Mills the children of Hobbs have expanded opportunities and enjoy a better quality of life than past generations. up inquality Hobbsof provided a great foundation have expanded opportunities andGrowing enjoy a better life than me pastwith generations. Growing up to in be Hobbs of life than past generations. Growing up in Hobbs provided me with a great foundation to be successful at school, work and in life. I want to insure that the children growing up here today provided me with a great foundation to be successful at school, work and in life. I want to insure that theand successful school, and infoundation, life. I wanteven to insure that the children up here today and years from at now have work stronger opportunity, andgrowing a brighter Summer children growing uphave here aatoday and years from now havemore a stronger foundation, even more future. opportunity, and a years fromand nowactivities stronger foundation, even more opportunity, and brighter Summer programs are instrumental in laying a strong foundation foraour youth.future. The City has brighter future. Summer programs and activities are instrumental in laying a strong foundation for our youth. programs activities are instrumental in laying a strong for greatly our youth. The City has developedand a wide and varied range of activities that I hopefoundation everyone will enjoy. The City has developed a wide andrange variedofrange of activities that I everyone hope everyone will greatly enjoy.  developed a wide and varied activities that I hope will greatly enjoy. The CORE, Rockwind Community Links, the 4th of July Community Celebration and the

th manyThe CORE, Rockwind Community Links, the of July Celebration and the summer The CORE, Rockwind Links, the 4thCommunity of July Community Celebration and the summer programs that Community are available in 4our community this are astounding. Wemany are blessed many summer available insummer our community this areWe astounding. are blessed to have a great Parks and Recreation Department with an excellent staff who are committed to programs that areprograms available inthat our are community this are astounding. are blessedWe to have a great to have a great Parks and Recreation Department with an excellent staff who are committed to continuously improving the recreational opportunities to our to community. Parks and Recreation Department with an excellent staff whoavailable are committed continuously improving the continuously improving the recreational opportunities available to our community. recreational opportunities available to our community.

As a result of our booming job market, strategic focus on quality of life, and the fact many result of our booming jobraising market, strategic focus on quality of life, and the fact many peopleAs area relocating to Hobbs and their families here, our community does and people Asare a result of our booming job market, strategic focus onhere, quality ofgrowing life, and community the fact manydoes people are relocating to Hobbs and raising families our growing and will continue to face challenges. Housing istheir in short supply, businesses need employees, schools relocating to Hobbs and raising their families here, our growing community does and will continue to face will continue to face challenges. Housing is in short businesses employees, schools need classrooms, kids need activities to keep them supply, busy. We must workneed together and in the best need classrooms, need activities keep busy. must work together and in need thewe best challenges. iskids in short supply, businesses need employees, schools need classrooms, kids activities interest ofHousing our community to rise to thetotask of them meeting theWe challenges before us. Together can interest of our community to rise to the task of meeting the challenges before us. Together we can ensure Hobbs is a great place for ourselves as well as our children and grandchildren. to keep them busy. We must work together and in the best interest of our community to rise to the task of ensure Hobbs is a great place for ourselves as well as our children and grandchildren. meeting the challenges before us. Together we can ensure Hobbs is a great place for ourselves as well as our In closing, Hobbs is simply a place people want to live, work, and play! Our city must children and grandchildren. Incontinue closing, to Hobbs simply atoplace people want to live, work, and play! Ourand citythat must and will workis tirelessly ensure the things that make Hobbs special the and willwe continue to remain. work tirelessly to ensure the the things things we thatlove, make Hobbs special and thatpublic the things love, will While protecting we can grow, build new things Inwe closing, Hobbs is simply a place people want toopportunity live,we work, and play! Our city build mustour and will continue love,restaurants, will remain. While protecting the things love, we can grow, new public infrastructure, shopping and increase thereby increasing quality of toinfrastructure, work tirelessly to ensure the things that make Hobbs special and that the things we love, will remain. restaurants, and will increase opportunity our quality ofWhile life. I am certain that we asshopping a community be successful andthereby Hobbs increasing will be a place we all can life. I amthe certain that aswe a community willnew be successful and Hobbs will be a place weand all can protecting we we love, can grow, build public infrastructure, restaurants, shopping increase be proud of!things be proud of! opportunity thereby increasing our quality of life. I am certain that we as a community will be successful and Sincerely Hobbs will be a place we all can be proud of! Sincerely

Sincerely Christopher Mills, Christopher Mills, Commissioner District 2 Commissioner District 2

Christopher Mills, Commissioner District 2

On the Cover: On the Cover:

The Award-Winning, 27-Hole, Rockwind Community Links The Award-Winning, 27-Hole, Rockwind18-hole Community Links Golf Course includes a Championship course, a Golf Course includes 18-holetrails course, a par-3 Executive course, a Championship restaurant, walking and par-3 Executive course, a restaurant, walking trails and so much more for the entire community to enjoy. so much more for the entire community to enjoy.

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Citizens, IDear beginFellow this letter with a sense of pride about the Center of letter Recreational I begin this with a Excellence (CORE). 2019 sense of pride aboutThe Center of

Recreational Excellence (CORE). Summer Issue of THE GUIDE marks

The YEAR 2019 since Summer Issue opened! of THE ONE the CORE GUIDE marks ONE YEAR since Four issues of THE GUIDE to aid the CORE opened! Four issues of in the GUIDE publicitytoofaid this facility. THE in great the publicity Countless laughs, out-of-town visits, of this great facility. Countless games, joy shared inside the laughs, and out-of-town visits, games, and joy shared inside the doors of doors of the CORE. the CORE. As I look back several months – in As I look back several fact, the last year – it is remarkable months – in fact, the last year how our staff has how performed. A – it well is remarkable well our lot hashas changed these last 365 staff performed. A lot days has as we continue to last learn365 and days improve changed these as we continue to learn and improve ways to serve you. We appreciate ways to serve you.and We appreciate your time, patience energy. You your time, patience and energy. continue to help staff fine tune our You continue to help staff fine tune operations, and programs! our operations, and programs! The CORE brought worldwide, The has CORE has brought state-wide recognition, numerous about worldwide and state-wide recognition, articles and articles and numerous other recognition to other recognition to Hobbs and Hobbs and Lea County. Lea County. These achievements are bringing These achievements reputation and reputation opportunities and to are bringing both our community members and opportunities to both our community economy. ARE HOBBS, where members WE and economy. WE ARE HOBBS, where people people are generous, partnering, are willing generous, partnering, and to do what is best for and the willing to do what is best for the community. Much gratitude to our community. Much gratitude to our partners Maddox Foundation, Foundation, partners the the Maddox New New Mexico Mexico Junior Junior College, College, and and Hobbs Municipal Schools. Hobbs Municipal Schools. Here’s to ato year of growth, Here’s a year of growth,

opportunity, and achievement for us opportunity, and achievement

for us all!

all!

Manny Gomez, Manny Acting City Gomez, Manager Acting City Manager

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Links Golf Hobbs Downtown

Reserve Pools for Seasonal Private Parties Pools for Private Parties (no standing in line on (no standing in line on May 6, 2019!) May 6, 2019!)

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Reserve Park Pavilions Reserve Park Pavilions

Please visit the Parks & Please visit the Parks & Recreation Office at City Hall. Recreation Office at City Hall. Please bring identification and Please bring identification and proof of residency. proof of residency.

City of Hobbs City City of Government Hobbs City Government

Rockwind Community page

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Slam & Jam Summer Youth Sports

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Summer Art Program

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Summer Recess

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Movies Under the Stars

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4th of July Celebration

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Senior Center

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Teen Center

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Hobbs Animal Shelter

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Park Amenities

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Park Pavilion/Special

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Event Rentals Cemeteries

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Dog Park

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Hobbs Library

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Hobbs Express

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CORE

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City Map

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City Contacts

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Acceptable proof of residency: Acceptable proof of residency: • Driver’s License or State ID • Driver’s License or State ID Card, Card, • Utility Bill (water, gas, • Utility Bill (water, gas, electric), or electric), or • Current Lease Agreement. • Current Lease Agreement.


the City of Hobbs Parks & Recreation

The City of Hobbs Parks & Recreation Department would like to thank our two Advisory Boards and the members of those boards who graciously donate their time to assist us in our efforts:

city of Hobbs -

Rockwind Community Links

City Manager,

Matt Hughes, Superintendent

Acting

Manny Gomez

Joe Hill, Rockwind Supervisor Marcos Juarez, Trail Supervisor

Parks & Recreation, Director

CORE, Center of Recreational

Doug McDaniel

Excellence

Recreation

Facility Director

Michal Hughes, Superintendent

Catherine Vorrasi

Brenda Taylor, Aquatics/ Athletics Coordinator

Community Affairs Board Kevin Naegele Larron Fields

Chair

Vice-Chair

Pat Duran

Secretary

Helen Houston

Brittny Huffman, Program Coordinator Cyndi Martinez, Secretary

Parks Wade Whitehead, Superintendent

Cathy Marshall

Placido Ramirez, Parks

Ashley Pratt

Aquatics Coordinator Amanda Byers

Maintenance Supervisor

Facility Maintenance Coordinator Jay Bonilla

Guest Services Coordinators Elena Dominguez Richelle Garcia

Fanoy Walters Cemetery

Cemetery Board

Monica Mendoza, Secretary

Sherry Joe Norman

Chair

JoAnne Zespy

Vice-Chair

Bonnie Moran

Secretary

Benny Greenlee, Sr. Sue Sedillo Cindy Walker

Senior Center Angela Courter, Seniors Affairs

Mandi Springer Matt Springer

Health & Wellbeing Coordinator Barry Muniz

Coordinator

Marketing Coordinator Sports Fields

Lindsay Chism McCarter

Dusty Corley, Sports Fields Supervisor

Office Specialist Isaac Holguin

Lodgers Tax Board

Teen Center

Jack Robertson

Michal Hughes, Teen Center

Oscar Gonzales

Supervisor

Sports Coordinator Lyndsey Henderson

Haily Hunter Dean Miniacci Rachael Moon

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2015 Golf Inc. To (575) 397-9297 2 0 1p5 5 GNoelw f IG n co.l f 5001 Jack Gomez Blvd. D e vTo e lpo p5m e n t (575) 397-9297 W ow r l dG- o wlifd e Ne Sun Country a c k G o mGolf ez Blvd. D e v e l o p m e n t 5 0 0 1 JAmatuer World-wide Association #3 in New Mexico 2015 Amatuer Golf AGolf s s o c iClub ation G o l f D i g e s t To p #3 in New Mexico 2015 of the Year ( S C A G A) 10 G Noelwf D Cioguersst e s Golf Club of the To p 1 0 N e w Ye a r The award winning golf and recreational facility named theC“Model Golf Course” by the o u r s eMunicipal s USGA, offers something for every resident in Hobbs. From The First Tee Youth and Life Skills to The award winning recreational facility named the Municipal Golf by family. the adult lessons, socialgolf andand competitive events, Rockwind has“Model year-round events forCourse” the whole USGA, offers something for every resident in Hobbs. From The First Tee Youth and Life Skills to Other activities include Footgolf, Sunday brunch, evening concerts as well as being the perfect adult venue lessons, and competitive events, Rockwind has year-round events for the whole family. event forsocial weddings, birthdays and corporate events. Other activities include Footgolf, Sunday brunch, evening concerts as well as being the perfect event venue for weddings, birthdays and corporate events.

Course Rates 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)

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)

Cart Fees

18 Hole Course - Walking Description

Resident Fee

18 Hole Course - Walking

Non-Resident Fee

Description

Cart Fees

Adult (9 holes)

$10

$20

Adult holes) Adult(18 (9 holes)

$15 $10

$30 $20

Adult 18 9 holes Twilight (per person) Adult holes&(per person)

$11 $16

Adult Adult(Twilight) (18 holes)

$10 $15

$20 $30

Senior918 holes (per person) Adult holes & Twilight (per person)

$14 $11

$10

$20

Senior 18 9 holes Twilight (per person) Senior holes&(per person)

$11 $14

Senior (9 holes)

$10

$20

Extra Rider & Twilight (per person) Senior 9 holes

$16 $11

Senior holes) Senior(18 (9 holes)

$12 $10

$24 $20

Extra Rider

$16

Senior(Twilight) (18 holes) Senior

$12 $10

$24 $20

$10

$20

Junior (9 holes)

$6

$12

Junior(18 (9 holes) Junior holes)

$6 $6

$12 $12

Junior (18 holes) Junior (Twilight)

$6 $6

$12 $12

$6

$12

Description

Resident Fee

Adult (Twilight)

Senior (Twilight)

Junior (Twilight)

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Non-Resident Fee

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Adult 18 holes (per person)

Cart Fees

Description

$16

Cart Fees


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 No golf carts allowed on the Par 3 Course, except for registered handicapped individuals.

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

Thursday Night Scramble: April thru September Players must join the RWGA (Rockwind Golf Association/$35 per year). Call by 3pm Thursday to sign up. Open to Men & Women. Ladies Day: Every Monday (April - October) Includes green fees and range balls.

CJB Golf Academy offering classes for juniors seeking to play competitive golf whether in Junior Golf events, High School golf team or on a college golf team. The Academy is also 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.

To view and print the Tournament Schedule, go to www.rockwindgolfcourse.com calendar section.

Sign up for our newsletter on our website and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Rockwind Community Links

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The Hobbs Downtown Slam & Jam returns this Spring with the annual Gus Macker Tournament , Talent Show, Volleyball Tournament, amazing food vendors and activities for all ages! Located in downtown Hobbs, this annual family favorite is sure to have something for everyone. Registration for Gus Macker will open in early April online at www.macker. com. Volleyball registration forms will be available in the Parks & Recreation Office, 200 E. Broadway and on our City of Hobbs, Parks & Recreation Facebook page. Sponsorships for this event are available and welcome! Please call 575-397-9291 for more information.

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB PROGRAM 301 East Broadway Ages 5 - 12 June 3 - August 2 Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Proof of age must be shown at registration. 5 year olds must have attended Kindergarten in the 2018-19 school year. Early registration begins May 13 at the Main Club. This program is provided as part of the City of Hobbs Summer Recess Program. Activities include: arts & crafts, computer access, field trips (local and out-of-town), organized games and activities, movies, swimming, board games, educational programs and much more. Free breakfast and free lunch served.

Special Needs Program Ages 6 - 15

Monday - Friday (2 Sessions) 8:00 am - 11:30 am & 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Limited to 16 openings per day in each session. Ratio is 4-1 (children per staff member). No medications can be administered by staff. Participants should be enrolled in advance in order to allow speciallytrained Special Needs staff to better anticipate their needs. Children who attend both sessions MUST leave the Club from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm for lunch. For information, contact the Boys and Girls Club at 9 397-4446, or 393-7905.


Summer Youth Sports Programs

CITY OF HOBBS, PARKS & RECREATION

June 3 – July 19

program Guidelines For any Sport, check in at Ralph Tasker Arena ALL PROGRAMS ARE CLOSED JULY 4. TENNIS WILL ALSO CLOSE ON JULY 20. The sports program has been designed for the convenience of parents and programming. Parents have the choice of bringing their child to participate in one sport, multiple sports, or all sports at no charge. SPORTS PROGRAM OUTLINE/SCHEDULE

June 3 - July 19

All sports programs will be held at Ralph Tasker Arena, accompanying gyms and weight room. For any Sport, check in at Ralph Tasker Arena Appropriate clothing and shoes are required. ALL PROGRAMS ARE CLOSED JULY 4. TENNIS WILL ALSO CLOSE ON JULY 20.

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Participants 10 and under must be signed in and out each day by their The Sports Program has been designed for the convenience of parents and programming. Parents have parent/guardian. the choice of bringing their child to participate in one sport, multiple sports or all sports at no charge. All SUMMER RECESS PROGRAMS ARE accompanying AVAILABLE FOR - 12room. YEAR OLDS in Sports Programs will be held at Ralph Tasker Arena, gyms and 6 weight Appropriate the afternoons. For those in the 6th grade through 19 years of age, the clothing and shoes ARE required. Teen Center is available beginning at 2:00 pm. PARTICIPANTS 10 and under must be signed in and out each day by their parent/guardian. LUNCH – This program is sponsored by Head Start. Participants who wish to SUMMER RECESS FOR 6 - 12 YEAR OLDS in the afternoons. bring their ownPROGRAMS lunch orARE goAVAILABLE home for lunch are welcome to do so. For those in the 6th grade through 19 years of age, the Teen Center is available beginning at 2:00 pm.

LUNCH – This program is sponsored by HeadBASKETBALL Start. Participants who wish to bring their own lunch or go home for lunch are welcome to do so. Location: Ralph Tasker Arena ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ BASKETBALL This program is open to boys and girls has been the basis of our summer Location: Ralphand Tasker Arena This programfor is open to boys and girls and hasbebeen theplay, basis of our summer programming for years. programming years. Included will team contests and skills development Included will be team play, contests and skills development using drills, techniques and game play. using drills, techniques and game play. Program will be held at Ralph Tasker Arena. Program will be held at Ralph Tasker Arena. Appropriate shoes are required. Appropriate shoes are required. Girls’ Basketball Program June 3 - June 28 GRADE

TIME

DAYS

3rd - 5th

8:00 am - 10:00 am

M-F

6th

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

M - TH

7th

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

M - TH

Girls’ Basketball League 10

RECREATION

GRADE

TIME

DAYS

Freshmen & 8th

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

M - TH


GRADE 3rd - 5th 3rd - 5th 6th 6th 7th 7th

TIME 8:00 am - 10:00 am 8:00 am - 10:00 am 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm 2:00 pm - 3:00 pmYouth Summer Girls’ & Womens’ Basketball Leagues Girls’ Basketball GRADE TIME League GRADE TIME Freshmen & 8th 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Freshmen & 8th 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 10th & Up* 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

DAYS M-F M-F M - TH M - TH M - TH M - TH Sports

Programs

DAYS DAYS M - TH M - TH M&W

*Cost - $200 per team

DAYS

Open Gym GRADE

Boys’ Basketball Program June 3 - July 19 Boys’ Basketball Program TIME June 3 - July 19 8:00 am - 10:00 am TIME

League Play 6th-8th Open Gym

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm 8:00 am - 10:00 am

M - TH M-F

9th League Play 6th-8th

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

M - TH M - TH

9th

Boys’ League Boys’ Twi-Lite League 4:00Twi-Lite pm - 5:00 pm

M - TH

GRADE GRADE

TIME TIME

DAYS DAYS

9th 9th- -12th 12th

5:00 5:00pm pm- -6:00 6:00pm pm

MM- -TH TH

GRADE

M-F DAYS

Men’s Men’sNight NightLeague League OPEN OPEN

TIME TIME

DAYS DAYS

10 10ththGrade Grade&&Up Up

6:00 6:00pm pm- -9:00 9:00pm pm

MM- -TH TH

Cost: Cost: $200/team $200/team- -payable payableonline onlineor oratatthe theParks Parks&&Recreation RecreationOffice. Office. Contact: Contact: Shelby ShelbyReeves Reeves- -(575) (575)318-3413. 318-3413. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ BASKETBALL BASKETBALLALL ALLSTARS STARS Thursday, Thursday,July July4th 4th Location: Location: Ralph RalphTasker TaskerArena Arena Starts at 1:00 pm. Includes All Star games, dunk contest and 3-point shootout. Questions may Starts at 1:00 pm. Includes All Star games, dunk contest and 3-point shootout. Questions may be be directed to Shelby Reeves at 575-318-3413. directed to Shelby Reeves at 575-318-3413. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ FOOTBALL FOOTBALL June June33- -July July19 19 Location: James Richards Multi-Purpose Location: James Richards Multi-PurposeFacility Facility This Thisprogram programisisopen opentotoboys boysand andgirls. girls. Football Football&&Athletic AthleticPerformance PerformanceTraining Training GRADE GRADE

TIME TIME

DAYS DAYS

3rd 3rd- -10th 10thGrade Grade

10:00 10:00am am- -11:30 11:30am am && 12:30 12:30pm pm- -3:30 3:30pm pm

MM- -FF MM- -TH TH

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Summer Youth Sports Programs

CONTINUED CITY OF HOBBS, PARKS & RECREATION

SOCCER June 3 - July 19 Location: Ralph Tasker Arena This program is open to boys and girls. Games will be played with a major emphasis placed on soccer as a way to exercise while having fun. This program will be held at Ralph Tasker Arena and appropriate shoes are required. SOCCER PROGRAM GRADE

TIME

DAYS

3rd - 8th

9:00 am - 10:30 am

M-F

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ TENNIS June 3 - July 19 Location: High School Tennis Courts This program is open to boys and girls and offers four (4) different levels for students: • 4 - 7 year olds will learn basic ball movement and very basic racquet instruction. • Beginner students will learn all of the grips in tennis, how to strike the ball, and all the basic strokes. They will then learn how to play a tennis game and set. • Intermediate class is a continuation of the Beginner class on a more accelerated pace. Goal for this class is to get students playing games and sets. • Advanced class is focused on the transition game and specialty shots. Program will be held at the High School tennis courts and appropriate shoes are required. Tennis balls will be provided. Participants will provide their own racquets. Younger participants may use racquetball racquets for more control if they wish. TENNIS PROGRAM AGE

TIME

DAYS

4 - 7 Year Old

7:30 am - 8:00 am

M-F

8, 9 & 10 Year Old

8:00 am - 9:00 am

M-F

11 & 12 Year Old

9:00 am - 10:00 am

M-F

13 Year Old & Up

10:00 am - 11:30 am

M-F

TENNIS TOURNAMENTS Hobbs Open: Saturday & Sunday, June 8 & 9 Hobbs Beginner: Friday & Saturday, July 19 & 20 Contact: Kirk Spears, 575-318-6243 Location: High School Tennis Courts, 800 N. Jefferson

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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ VOLLEYBALL June 3 - July 18 Location: Freshman School Gym This program is open to boys and girls and is comprised of 3 age groups. It focuses on what is needed to develop a volleyball player:

RECREATION


Hobbs Beginner: Friday & Saturday, July 19 & 20 Contact: Kirk Spears, 575-318-6243 Location: High School Tennis Courts, 800 N. Jefferson ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ VOLLEYBALL June 3 - July 18 Location: Freshman School Gym This program is open to boys and girls and is comprised of 3 age groups. It focuses on what is needed to develop a volleyball player: • Elementary group will enjoy fun games/drills while learning the techniques of volleyball. • Jr. High group will continue to develop volleyball skills while learning the basics of game play which include include substitutions, substitutions, rotations, rotations, offense offense and and defense. defense. which • High School program is designed for competitive play and is is open open to to adults adults as as well. well. • High School program is designed for competitive play and GRADE GRADE

VOLLEYBALL PROGRAM PROGRAM VOLLEYBALL TIME TIME

DAYS DAYS

6th 8th K - -5th

9:45 am 8:15 am am -- 11:00 9:30 am

TU & & TH TH TU

K --5th 6th 8th

8:15am am- -11:00 9:30 am 9:45 am

TU & & TH TH TU

9th - 12th 9th - 12th

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

TU & TH TU & TH

Co-Ed Volleyball League Play Co-Ed Volleyball League Play STARTS JUNE 10 STARTS JUNE 10 GRADE - AGE TIME DAYS GRADE - AGE TIME DAYS 10th - Adult 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Monday 10th - Adult 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Monday Cost: $80/team - payable online or at the Parks & Recreation Office. Cost: $80/team - payable online or at-the Parks & Recreation Office. Contact: Shelby Reeves (575) 318-3413. Contact: Shelby Reeves (575) 318-3413. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GRADE - AGE GRADE - AGE 9th - Adult 9th - Adult

Weight Room Weight Room

TIME TIME 7:30 am - 11:30 am 7:30 am -&11:30 am 2:00 pm&- 6:00 pm 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

DAYS DAYS

DROP-IN DROP-IN

M - TH M - TH

DROP-IN DROP-IN

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CONTACT: PARKS & RECREATION OFFICE, (575) 397-9291 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CONTACT: PARKS & RECREATION OFFICE, (575) 397-9291 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ CHEERLEADING June 3 - July 18 CHEERLEADING Location: HIGH SCHOOL June 3 - July 18 GYM TUESDAY, WHIGH EDNESDAY , THURSDAY Location: SCHOOL GYM TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY K - 5th Grade: 8:00 am - 9:00 am - 8th Grade: 9:00 am am -- 9:00 10:00am am K6th - 5th Grade: 8:00 9th 12th Grade: 10:00 am 11:30 am 6th - 8th Grade: 9:00 am - 10:00 am ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 9th - 12th Grade: 10:00 am - 11:30 am WATER ZUMBA WITH KIM SMITH ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ JuneZUMBA 3 - September 4, 2019 WATER WITH KIM SMITH M ONDAY & W EDNESDAY June 3 - September 4, 2019 MONDAY & WEDNESDAY 10:00 am - 11:00 am @ DEL NORTE POOL IS $5.00 PER CLASS 10:00 amCOST - 11:00 am @ DEL NORTE POOL ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ COST IS $5.00 PER CLASS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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PARKS & RECREATION

Summer ART

All art classes held at the Agnes Kastner Head Community Center 200 E. park

PROGRAMS May 6 - June 28, 2019 Painting/Drawing for Pleasure for Everyone Oil, Watercolor, Acrylics or Pastel, and Pencil May 6 - June 24 Mondays 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm* *Holiday May 27

May 6 - June 24 Mondays 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm* *Holiday May 27

May 10 - June 28 Fridays 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Supply lists for classes will be available at registration.

STILL LIFE NATURE TECHNIQUES

Seniors Phone-in: April 8 (must pay by April 11).

Oils, Acrylics May 7 - June 25 Tuesdays 1:00 - 4:00 pm Subject: TBA

Community Online: April 12.

Watercolor Fall Nature Techniques Watercolor/Acrylics

Walk-ins: April 15 or until classes are filled.

May 9 - June 27 Thursdays 1:00 - 4:00 pm Subject: TBA

A Journey In the Arts for Youth (6 - 12 Years Old)

Subjects:

Drawing, Watercolor, Oil, Pastels, Clay

Day of Week:

Wednesday

4 Week Sessions:

June 5 - June 26 July 3 - July 24

Class Times:

10:00 am - 11:30 am 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Cost:

$9.00 (per 4 week session) All Supplies/Materials are provided. If you have any questions, please call before the session begins.

All Classes held at the Agnes Kastner Head Community Center in Room 126.

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RECREATION


Join us at Harry McAdams Park for a fishing derby hosted by New Mexico Game & Fish and the Parks & Recreation Department! Prizes will be awarded in various categories for children 11 years old and younger. Enjoy our information booths and demonstrations, food and fun for the whole family. Call 397-9291 for more info!

City-Wide Community Residential Cleanup Schedule

August 10 Broadway, south to city limits September 14 Broadway to Sanger October 5 Sanger, north to city limits & west Dog Daze of Summer! SEPTEMBER 7 Bring your pooch to the pool for a howlin’ good time! Event includes a discount shot clinic, pet information booths, contests and more. We guarantee a good time with man’s best friend.

of Fowler to city limits November 2 Sanger, north to city limits & east of Fowler to city limits 15


A SUPERVISED PLAY PROGRAM Monday through Friday, June 3 - July 19 Highland Middle School, 2500 N. Jefferson St.

HOURS:

Monday - Thursday

7:30 am - 5:00 pm

Friday

7:30 am - 12:00 pm

NOTE: Program site will be closed Thursday, July 4, 2019.

Supervised indoor and outdoor play is provided at no charge for children entering the following grades: Kindergarten - 1st Grade are in the “Barnyard” 2nd - 3rd Grade are in the “Cave” 4th - 5th Grade are in the “Big Green” 6th Grade and older are of age to attend the Teen Center.

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. Parents are welcome to drop by and observe the activities and ask questions of staff. Suggestions for program improvement are also welcomed. The playground site is not open to established daycare facilities for drop off. Required information/registration forms will be available in advance at the City Parks & Recreation Office, 200 E. Broadway, beginning May 6. For your child’s safety, the following items are prohibited: cell phones, any electronic device, dangling earrings, and shoes with open-toes, backless, or with a slick sole. Free Summer Breakfast & Lunch Site - Children must be checked in at the program by 7:30 am, for the breakfast head count and by 10:30 am, for an accurate lunch head count.

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. Field Trips - Across town field trips will be planned during the summer. Keep up-to-date with site supervisors so you don’t miss out! Splash Days - On scheduled afternoons at Del Norte Pool or an assigned Splashpad. Participant transportation will be available at a $1 cost with Hobbs Express. “Splash Day” permission forms will be handed out at the site prior to each session and are first-come, first-served. THEME WEEKS: Week 1: Safety Week Week 4: Tomorrowland

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Week 2: Sports Week

Week 5: Fantasy Land

Week 3: Jurassic Week

Week 6: Toon Land

Week 7: Atlantis


ALL MOVIES UNDER THE STARS SHOWINGS BEGIN AT DUSK AT DEL NORTE PARK. PARKING LOCATED EAST OF POOL.

MAY 24

SMALLFOOT

JUNE 28

AQUAMAN

JULY 4

BUMBLEBEE*

JULY 26

MARY POPPINS RETURNS

AUGUST 24

RALPH WRECKS THE INTERNET *JULY 4TH EVENT WILL BE AT HARRY MCADAMS PARK.

A Hobbs tradition, the annual July 4th Community Celebration, will be held at Harry McAdams Park, 5300 Jack Gomez Blvd! Enjoy food, games for the whole family, a Diaper Derby, Volleyball Tournament and a FREE viewing of the box office hit "Bumblebee" which will lead up to an amazing Fireworks Show at 9:30 pm. Parking for the fireworks will open at HIAP at 6:30 pm. Please call 397-9291 for more information. 17


Senior Center

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

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.

We offer a variety of programs, information, and outreach to our senior citizens. 12:45 pm - 2:00 pm 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Bingo

Monday, Wednesday & Friday

Billiards

Monday - Friday: Free open play

Birthday Party

2:00 pm - Finish 2nd Wednesday of the Month 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday: Open

Computer Lab

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Dances Friday Night: Live Band 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Dominoes Monday - Friday: Free open play Exercise Class Exercise Room Quilting

10:00 am - 11:00 am Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday: Open 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Wednesdays & Thursdays

HEALTH PROGRAMS Diabetes Classes are provided by the Nor-Lea Hospital Education Program. Hear On Earth Hearing provides hearing evaluations and ear cleaning once a month. There is also an annual health fair here at the Senior Center that is geared towards senior citizens. Del Associates Nurses are available during lunch time most Thursdays for free blood pressure checks. All of these activities and events can be found in our bi-monthly newsletter. TRANSPORTATION – LOCAL Rides are provided free of charge to Senior Center members. These rides are non-assisted transportation. Rides for doctor’s appointments, beauty shop appointments, grocery store, etc., must be scheduled 24 hours in advance and are provided as schedules permit. The Senior Center shuttle operates between the hours of 8:00 am and 10:00 am and again in the afternoon from 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm, Monday - Friday.

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Senior Center DAILY LUNCHROOM MEALS Meals are provided to Senior Center members daily Monday - Friday. The meals consist of a meat, two vegetables, a salad, dessert and milk. The suggested donation for meals is $2.00. Lunch is served at approximately 12:00 pm. HOME DELIVERED MEALS The Home Delivered Meal program is available to homebound senior citizens within an eight 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 our Nutrition Specialist will make an appointment with you to evaluate your needs and concerns. VOLUNTEER INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE AARP Volunteers prepare simple tax returns for the public beginning the first week of February. Clients are taken on a first-come, first-serve basis. The volunteers will prepare taxes every Monday and Tuesday from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm until tax season is over.

This is what AWESOME looks like. Tired of working any old job? Looking to start your career?

We have a variety of jobs available that range from full-time, part-time, and seasonal. To apply online, go to www.governmentjobs.com/careers/hobbsnm The City of Hobbs is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free work place.

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(575) 391-9505 6 2 0 W. A lt o The Teen Center provides recreational and educational activities for the teens of Hobbs. We believe that our teens are the future of this community, and we believe that this center gives them a safe place to interact and enjoy each other’s company.

Teen Center staff provides leadership and direction, maintains harmony and resolves grievances among participants, while promoting interest in the planned games and activities. Activities are planned, organized, and coordinated by staff, with input of the Teens. The Teen Center has something for everyone, including a gym with a rock climbing wall, basketball courts, volleyball, skate park, game room, and video game room.

summer H o u r s o f o p e r at i o n M o n d ay – S at u r d ay 2:00 pm - 11:00 pm S u n d ay - C l o s e d

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Hobbs Animal Adoption Center

(575) 397-9323 710 N. Grimes www.hobbsnm.org

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 Monday - Thursday: 12:00 am to 6:00 pm Friday - Saturday: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Sunday: Closed

Effective December 10, 2018

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 2   12  2 10  7  7  7   4 19  4 

Basketball Courts

Volleyball Courts

Tennis Courts

Baseball/Softball

Plgd. Equip.

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Picnic Tables

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Lights

Electricity

Pavilions

20 3 10 1 1 70 1 30 7 4 5 1 17 40 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 40 12 4

BBQ Grill

Restrooms

Bensing/McKinney Charlie Brown City Park Clinton Park/Library Clover Park Del Norte Park/Performance Area/Pool Fire Station 2 Green Meadow Park Heizer Park Humble Park Jefferson School Park Little Heizer MLK Soccerplex McAdams Park Mills School Park Peavey Park Sanger School Park Sanger/Green Acres Park Snyder Park Taylor School Park Triangle (Green Acres) Park Veterans Memorial Complex Washington Heights Park Washington Park

Total Acres

CITY OF HOBBS PARKS INVENTORY

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PARKS & RECREATION

PA R K S & R E C R E AT I O N 200 E. BROADWAY 505-397-9291 w w w. H o b b s N M . o r g

PARK PAVILION/ SPECIAL EVENT RENTALS

You can now reserve Park Pavilions online! Once you have set up your household account in E-trak Plus, the Parks & Recreation Department’s new software, you can reserve Park Pavilions from your home, your office, or your favorite mobile device. You must come into the Parks & Recreation Office in City Hall, initially, to set up your account. See more information on page 4 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:

8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. -

3:00 p.m.

5:00 p.m. -

8:00 p.m.

Reservations can be made online, or at the Parks & Recreation Office in City Hall, 200 E. Broadway, 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 Parks & Recreation Office at 397-9291. Reservations are required at the following locations: • • • •

Del Norte Performance Area* Harry 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 more than 100 attendees, a Special Event Permit Application is required. Fees for this type of reservation are as follows: 100-199 people $50 deposit $100/day rental 200-299 people $100 deposit $200/day rental

300+

people

$150 deposit

$300/day rental

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CEMETERY OFFICE ADDRESS: 2101 E. Stanolind Rd. Hobbs, NM 88240 575-397-9296

CEMETERIES

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 three, 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: Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 12:00 pm 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm GATES: 7 Days a Week April 1 - October 31 8:00 am to 7:00 pm November 1 - March 31 8:00 am - 5:00 pm FEES: Adult Lot $575.00 Cremain Lots $ 90.00 Infant Lots $115.00 Columbarium Niche $500.00 All lots have a one-time perpetual care fee of $30.00 Open/Close charges vary during weekday and weekends/holidays

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Dog Park OPEN DAILY 6:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.

4314 N. Grimes DOG PARK HOTLINE: (575) 397-9323 OR (575) 397-9265 Hotline numbers are to be used for any urgent situations

Located on the east side of Del Norte Park, the dog park is designed so that dogs can safely exercise and play off-leash 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. The dog park is for dogs, their handlers and those accompanying them. No other use is permitted. 2.

All dogs must be legally licensed and vaccinated and shall wear a visible dog license and rabies tag. (Ordinance 6.04.210)

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

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. 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.

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Hours of Operation: Monday - Wednesday 10:00 am - 8:00 pm Thursday - Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sunday Closed

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

Children’s Programming: (Summer Reading Program) All programs are free and open to the general public. Theme: Universe of Stories Grades: K - 6th

Registration:

May 28 - June 3

Program Runs:

June 3 - June 28

One-on-One E-Resource Training: Rosetta Stone, Freegal, Cypress Resume, OverDrive, BrainFuse, America’s GenealogyBank. Call the Library to make an appointment. General Information: Library is on the Hobbs Express Bus Route (Red Line). Book and audiovisual (CD/DVD) drops are available 24/7 by placing items in the drop boxes located in the front of the Library. The Hobbs Public Library accepts credit card payments.

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FARE - $1.00 UNLIMITED RIDES!

Ride the Bus!

Veterans Ride Free (with Veterans ID)

Blue Route 7:00 am - 5:00 pm

Time Red Route 7:00 am - 5:00 pm

Time Green Route 7:00 am - 5:00 pm

Time

Rapid Line 10:30 am - 4:30 pm

Time

1. Hobbs Express *

0:00

1. Hobbs Express *

0:00

1. Hobbs Express *

0:00

1. Hobbs Express *

0:30

2. City Hall

0:02

2. Guidance Cntr.

0:02

2. Broadway/McKinley

0:02

2. Broadmoor Mall *

0:34

3. Hobbs Police Dept.

0:03

3. Library

0:06

3. Broadway Apts. *

0:05

3. K-Mart *

0:38

4. Broadmoor Mall *

0:06

4. Triangle Park

0:10

4. Hobbs Apts. *

0:07

4. CORE

0:42

5. Turner Plaza

0:09

5. Highrise/Cedars

0:13

5. Willow Bend

0:08

5. Wal-Mart *

0:48

6. K-Mart *

0:11

6. K-MART *

0:16

6 Navajo Rd/Dal Paso

0:16

6. Hobbs Apts. *

0:04

7. American Medical

0:15

7. Albertsons

0:18

7. Wal-Mart *

0:20

7. Broadway Apts. *

0:07

8. Social Security

0:18

8. Lowes

0:22

8. MVD (weekdays)

0:27

8. Main & McKinley *

0:10

9. Bel Aire Shopping

0:20

9. Wal-Mart *

0:24

9. LRH (hospital)

0:29

0:23

10. Central

0:26

10. NM Junior College

0:33

Saturday Route 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Time

10. Park Place Apts. 11. Nor Lea Clinic

0:24

11. Walgreens

0:27

11. Zia Park Casino

0:35

1. Hobbs Express

0:00

12. Playa Escondida

0:26

12. Princess Jeanne

0:32

12. CORE *

0:38

2. Broadmoor Mall

0:04

13. Broadway Apts. *

0:32

13. San Mateo/Berry

0:33

3. Cedars/Highrise

0:06

14. Washington Apts.

0:34

14. San Mateo/Sanger

0:34

4. K-Mart

0:11

15. Leaf Apts.

0:35

5. CORE

0:20

16. Main/McKinley *

0:41

6. Wal-Mart

0:28

17. La Tienda

0:45

7. Bel-Aire Shopping

0:38

8. Park Place Apts.

0:42

9. Hobbs Apts.

0:50

10. Broadway Apts.

0:52

* Signifies Transfer Locations

Questions? Call (575) 397-9290 Visit us online at: www.hobbsnm.org

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(575)393-CORE (2673) 4827 N. Lovington Hwy w w w. C O R E h o b b s . c o m

Fall Hours

MIssion of the CORE A state of the art facility that enhances the quality of life, provides economic development and improves the health of area residents. An intergenerational place for our residents and guests in our community which Hours of Operation - *social Summer 2018 * offers indoor, year-round opportunities for interaction, learning, fun and fitness for all ages and abilities. A place where families can enjoy multiple activities in one location. *

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Monday-Friday 5:00 am - 10:00 pm

Saturday 6:00 am - 10:00 pm

Sunday 10:00am - 8:00 pm

FACILITY Membership

(Land/Water Classes Not Included) Res Non-Res

Res

Non-Res

Res

Non-Res

Adult (18-61)

$7

$10

$20

$30

$28/month; $320/yr

$40/month; $456/yr

Adult Couple

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$50/month; $570/yr

$72/month; $820/yr

Youth (1-12)

$4

$7

$12

$21

$16/month; $182/yr

$23/month; $262/yr

FREE $5

FREE $8

FREE $15

FREE $24

FREE $20/month; $228/yr

FREE $29/month; $330/yr

$5

$8

$15

$24

$20/month; $228/yr

$29/month; $330/yr

$4

$7

$12

$21

$16/month; $182/yr

$23/month; $262/yr

Senior Couple

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$29/month; $330/yr

$41/month; $467/yr

Single Family (max 6 members)

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$45/month; $513/yr

$70/month; $798/yr

Family (max 6 members)

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$55/month; $627/yr

$80/month; $912/yr

Family Plus

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Kid Watch (6 months-6yrs)

$5 drop-in

$7 drop-in

$5 drop-in

$7 drop-in

Additional $10 per family member above Family Rate Included

Additional $10 per family member above Family Rate Included

Kid Fit (7-12) Matinee

$3 drop-in

$5 drop-in

$3 drop-in

$5 drop-in

Included

Included

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

$14/month; $160/yr

$20/month; $228/yr

Youth under 1 year Teen (13-17) Student/Public Safety (18+)

*

Senior (62+)

(6 plus members)

(Adults & Seniors Only) Weekdays 10am - 3pm

* Public Safety Personnel includesLaw Police, Fire, EMT, Border Patrol & Military (Active & Veterans) Public Safety includes: Enforcement, Fire, EMT, Border Patrol, & Military (Active & PROGRAMS Veterans) Resident Rate = All Lea County residents

Res Non-Res Only interested in Programs? $36/year $25/year Pay a yearly fee for access to Programs (waived for (waived for Resident Non-Res register for any program group swim group swim lessons for offered at the CORE. $25/yearlessons for$36/year youth)

(waived for group swim lessons for youth)

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youth)

(waived for group swim lessons for youth)

Only interested in Programs? Pay a yearly fee for access to register for any program offered at the CORE.


Come See Us at the CORE! To purchase a CORE membership, register for classes at the CORE, or make a CORE facility reservation or private rental, please visit the CORE in-person at 4827 N. Lovington Highway, or call (575) 393-CORE (2673). Please bring identification and proof of residency. Acceptable proof of residency: • Driver’s License or State ID Card • Utility Bill (water, gas, electric) • Current Lease Agreement. ******* If you would like to avoid having to sign a liability waiver or show your ID each time you or your minor enters the CORE, here are some options for you: 1) Become a Member! A membership allows you to just come in and scan your card each time. 2) Ask the Welcome Desk to put you and/or your minor into our system, which includes proof of residency and a digitally signed liability waiver. Takes a few minutes, but will eliminate the need for you to sign or show your ID each time you come! ******** * Please wear the appropriate swimwear (images and info available on the website)

* Bring socks for anyone playing on CORE play * Wear dry clothes and shoes in the CORE, unless in one of the 3 aquatic areas.

A Few Things To Remember About The CORE No outside food is allowed in the CORE. Only drinks in sealed containers. Children 12 and under are only allowed in the CORE with a parent or guardian who remains in the building. Alcoholic beverages, cigarettes, cigars, smokeless cigarettes, and smokeless tobacco are not permitted. For more detailed information not listed in The Guide, please see the Member Handbook (which can be found on our website or a copy is available at the Welcome Desk). www.COREhobbs.com is our website and has all of the current schedules, latest information and announcements, Frequently Asked Questions, and much more! Please use our website to find any additional information that you do not find in The GUIDE or on our Facebook page.

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guest services CLASSIFICATIONS Residents are defined as those persons that can provide proof of residency within Lea County. Non-Residents are defined as those persons not living in Lea County, or unable to show proof of residency. • Adult (18-61) - Any person 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. • Youth (1-12) - Any person between the ages of 1 and 12. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian in the facility. DROPPING OFF CHILDREN IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. • Teen (13-17) - Any person between the ages of 13 and 17. • Student (18+) - Any person attending college over the age of 18. • Public Safety (18+) - Any Law Enforcement, Fire, EMT, Border Patrol & Military personnel (active & veteran). • Matinee - 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 and older. • Senior Couple - Two persons 62 years of age and older residing at the same address.

FAMILY OPTIONS • 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 defined above with each additional family member at $10 each. 6+ members (i.e. third adult or seventh person).

ACCESS TO THE FACILITY during open use times

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All pass rates are based on age(s). The CORE does not offer “Couple” or “Family” Day/Week/ Month passes.

DAY PASS

one day of unlimited access to the facility

WEEK PASS

seven consecutive days of access to the facility

MONTH PASS

30 consecutive days of access to the facility.

MEMBERSHIP

ongoing access to the facility, membership card, 5% off rentals, 12 guest passes


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percentage discount, employees must sign up for their desired memberships within 60 days of the date the list was submitted. Companies must submit a list of employees that plan to sign up for a membership. To receive the

appropriate percentage discount, employees must sign up for their desired memberships within 60 days of the date the list was submitted.

Details # of Employees

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BUSINESS BOOTH

Lea County-based businesses have the opportunity to participate in the business booth program. The booth is for informational purposes only. No selling can be done onsite. The booth consists of 1 table and 2 chairs in a designated space in the front lobby. call Facility Rentals to reserve your space. Revised 3/27/2018

7 am - 1 pm

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Full Day

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Children 6 months to 12 years may use CORE kids 

Children 6 months to 6 years have access to the Kid Watch area

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Children 7-12 years have access to the Kid Fit program

CORE kids is FREE for children with a membership.

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

Summer Hours Monday - Saturday

Sunday

8:00 am to 8:00 pm

12:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Kid Fit A controlled program, similar to a physical education class, will vary day-to-day. Kids will be taken to different areas of the facility depending on the activities for that day.

Kid Watch A closely regulated, single spaced entry that is for babies, toddlers, and young children. Children will learn how to play, participate in activities, and be social with others.

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CRAFTS Kids love making a variety of arts and crafts as an outlet to be creative and have some fun! Little do they know that it is so good for their development as well! With new activities daily, we are helping to strengthen developmental skills important to educational success.

Themes for upcoming months: May - The Land of Enchantment June - Dino Days July - Welcome to the Jungle

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www.COREhobbs.com 575-393-CORE (2673) CORE - Center of Recreational Excellence

aquatics • Splash - Leisure pool • Swim - Competition pool & Diving Boards • Therapy - Warm Water Therapy Pool

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CENTER OF RECREATIONAL EXCELLENCE

Parent/Tot

0-3 YEARS OLD

Ripples

3-5 YEARS OLD

Parent participation required Participants learn how to:  Blow bubbles  Float  Use a life jacket  Get comfortable in the water with an adult  Basic Water Rules Parents will also learn:  Basic water rules  Importance of CPR, first aid, and life jackets  Childs’ limitations  Sun Safety

Preschool Levels Participants learn how to:  be safe in and around water  begin on the fundamental swimming skills Skills Learned:  flutter kicking  front and back floats  front crawl arm motions

For more information or to register, please visit:

LEVEL 2 - Assisted

The CORE 4827 Lovington Highway 575-393-CORE (2673) www.COREhobbs.com abyers@hobbsnm.org

LEVEL 1 - Supported

At this stage, participants learn the safety critical skills that will help them in case they were to fall into a body of water with the help of an instructor.

During this stage, participants learn how to control their movement in water with assistance from the instructor. Participants will build on and refine the safety critical skills learned in Ripples 1.

LEVEL 3 - Unassisted

During this stage, participants learn how to control their movement in water unassisted. Participants will build on and refine the safety critical skills learned in Ripples 2.

Swells

6-12 YEARS OLD

Youth Levels Participants will:  build on previous water safety and swimming skills  begin on the fundamentals of different strokes Skills learned and refined:  flutter kicks  unassisted front & back floats  introduction to backstroke and freestyle

LEVEL 1 - Supported

This stage builds on previous water safety skills and lays the foundation for participants to begin learning the building blocks of swimming with the help of an instructor.

LEVEL 2 - Assisted

During this stage, students work on body position, control, and movement in the water while continuously incorporating safety skills with assistance from the instructor.

LEVEL 3 - Unassisted

Participants learn how to use their safety critical skills for a longer distance while learning more fundamentals of swimming unassisted.

Tidal Waves 6-12 YEARS OLD

Stroke Development Participants will:  refine and perfect their strokes Skills learned and refined:  freestyle  backstroke  treading water  Breaststroke

LEVEL 1 Stroke improvement

Participants develop proper stroke technique in front and back crawl, as well as being introduced to butterfly and breaststroke. Participants will learn safety skills, how to call for help, and emergency recognition.

LEVEL 2 Stroke Logistics

Participants refine their technique on all strokes and continue to place an emphasis on safety skills. Participants will need to be proficient on their safety skills and will learn basic first aid and CPR.

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www.COREhobbs.com 575-393-CORE (2673)

swim

CORE - Center of Recreational Excellence

CORE swim - Age Policy • Children 6 and under must have parent in the pool with them. • Children 7-12 years must have parent in pool area. Only lifejackets and inflatables provided by CORE staff or that are United States Coast Guard approved can be used in the CORE.

25m x 25yds competition pool • 4’4” depth to 13’6” depth • A Myrtha pool • 2- 3M diving boards

• 2- 1M diving boards • Sound System • 16’x 9’ LED Video Board (for Scores and Viewing)

therapy • For use by ages 18 and above • Fully ADA accessible lift • 3 1/2’ depth to 5’ depth

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splash •

2 – 40 ft. slides one body slide, one tube slide

CORE splash Age Policy

• Children 6 and under must have parent in the pool with them.

• Lights and music in splash

• Children 7-12 years must have parent in pool area.

• Lights and music in the slide • Timing device in body slide

• Zero entry pool • Lazy river • Multiple play features including vortex, geysers, rain clouds, depth charges and more.

• Must be at least 13 years old to use spa. Only lifejackets and inflatables provided by CORE staff or that are United States Coast Guard approved can be used in the CORE.

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Aquatics Programs Tsunami Swim Team

Tsunami Adult Swim Team (Masters)

Tsunami Swim Team is a year-round competitive swimming program. We offer coaching to help each individual member achieve realistic goals for their age and level of ability. Must be able to pass Tidal Waves level of the Learn-to-Swim program to be eligible for the team.

Our Masters program is perfect for all swimmers, age 19 and over, who are looking to improve their fitness through swimming. Masters consists of structured lap swimming with on-deck instruction that will help participants improve their technique and endurance. Payments are month-to-month and participants are able to cancel at any time.

Audience: Days/Times: Session Dates: Fees: Location:

6 - 18 years and above Daily, Monday - Friday 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Month to month $30 members/ $35 non-members CORE swim

Audience: Days/Times:

Session Dates: Fees:

19 years and above Monday, Wednesday & Friday 5:00 am - 6:00 am 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Month-to-month $30 members/ $35 non-members

Tsunami Dive Team The Core Tsunami Dive Team is a year-round competitive diving program. Tsunami Dive Team offers coaching to help each individual member achieve realistic goals for their age and level of ability.

Audience: Days/Times: Session Dates: Fees: Location:

6 - 18 years and above Daily, Monday - Friday 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Month to month $30 members/ $35 non-members CORE swim

For all of the current Aquatic schedules and any changes to classes or pool hours, please frequent our website. You can look on the home page, under the aquatics tab!

www.COREhobbs.com Also, like and follow us on Facebook!

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YOUTH & FAMILY DIVE-IN MOVIES Join us every month for a family-fun movie experience in our temperature controlled competition pool on our giant screen! Inner tubes provided. Regular pool rules apply. Parental supervision required for children under 12 years and younger. Don’t want to get in the pool? Our spectator seating area will be open for viewing. All ages are welcome!

May 18 • June 1 • July 13 Keep up with us online at COREHOBBS.COM or call 393-2673

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fit

• 2 racquetball courts (with wallyball conversion) • selectorized machines and free weights

Barry Muniz Health & Wellbeing Coordinator bfmuniz@hobbsnm.org 575-393-2673

• cardio equipment • 2 group fitness studios • indoor track with incline and decline

CORE MOVE download our app for FREE!

• Track your sets, reps, and weights • Utilize pre-loaded workouts • View our Group Fitness schedule • Access our CORE website

pp that makes working out much easier. Our ack your latest workout, you can even try one of n the app, that are designed to help anyone get track sets, reps, and weight utilized during each app is that with CORE MOVE you can check out MEMBERS: es anytime, on-the-go, and never miss out! The + $5 Drop-In d! Just search for CORE MOVE in your app store OR Fitness Unlimited: y at the CORE!

GROUP FITNESS CLASS COST: $25 a month

NON-MEMBERS: Purchase a Day Pass or an Annual Program Fee + $5 Drop-In OR Fitness Unlimited: $50 a month

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REGISTER AT THE CORE 4827 Lovington Highway 575-393-CORE (2673)

YOUTH & TEEN FITNESS CERTIFICATION: Youth, ages 9-12, and teens, ages 1315, may work out on specific fitness equipment with this certification. Instruction will be provided, as well as a certification card. MEMBERS: Free


LEVEL UP

YOUR TRAINING ROUTINE with

PERSONAL TRAINING at the

Sign up at the CORE for personal training and get a free InBody Assessment that gives you not only weight, but biometric feedback such as water weight, body mass index (BMI), total body fat, and more!

PERSONAL TRAINING COSTS:

Program Fee Participants: $60 per session • $150 for 3 sessions Members: $40 per session • $90 for 3 sessions

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GROUP FITNESS CLASSES YOGA

HOP IT UP

Prana Vinyasa approach, drawing on the five elements of nature and within; focuses on energetic alignment, weaving together mind, body, and soul.

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

BOGA YOGA

ZUMBA

Boga Yoga takes yoga to the water! Builds strength and flexibility just like traditional yoga, but with an enhanced focus on balance and coordination on a Boga board.

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

ALL LEVELS 13 years old and above

ALL LEVELS 13 years old and above

YOGA FIT

TRX

Tailored to build strength, balance, and flexibility. Designed to improve health, performance, fitness levels, and mental acuity.

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

ALL LEVELS 13 years old and above

ALL LEVELS 13 years old and above

BARRE

URBAN KICK

A ballet barre is utilized to perform isometric movements to tone your arms, legs, glutes, and abs through intense strengthening and stretching exercises.

Unique cardio-kickboxing class that is effective, empowering, and fun! Combines punching and kicking sequences with athletic drills and High Intensity Interval Training for a fun, heart-healthy workout.

ALL LEVELS 13 years old and above

ALL LEVELS 13 years old and above

AQUA ZUMBA Low-impact, high-energy aquatic exercise fitness routine that blends Zumba philosophy with water resistance for a fun time!

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ALL LEVELS 13 years old and above

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


TUMBLING at the

• 9-12 years of age • Tuesday and Thursday 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm • Specialty Program Fee $60

Our Tumbling class focuses on building strength, body control, flexibility, and confidence through learning the fundamentals of floor tumbling – from basic motor skills to more advanced techniques.

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WEIGHT lifting CLASS Feeling lost in the gym? Feeling like you’re doing things wrong? Don’t know where to start? If you have said yes to any of these questions, then you’re the right person for our weightlifting class. The focus will be on teaching you the basic concepts of weight training including: exercises, muscle groups, and technique to help you sculpt your body the way you want it.

JUNE through JULY Monday-Thursday

2pm-4pm

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Facility Rentals (Social gatherings)

www.COREhobbs.com CORErentals@hobbsnm.org 575-393-CORE or direct @ 391-6933

Facility Rentals (Non-programmatic) •

All facility rental requests are recommended to be received at least 30 days in advance. Accommodations may be made on a case-by-case basis with less notice.

All facility rental requests are based on availability.

Members receive 5% discount on all Facility Rentals.

Now Offering: Ninja Warrior & Archery Tag Party Packages!!

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Facility Rentals at the CORE FACILITY RENTALS – Price List

BUSINESS or FORMAL Banquet Room 1 Occupancy 121 Round Table seating capacity is 72 Banquet Room 2 Occupancy 75 Round Table seating capacity is 36 Dual Banquet Rooms Occupancy 196 Round Table seating capacity is 108

RATE Half Day – $125 Full Day – $250 Half Day – $100 Full Day – $200 Half Day – $175 Full Day – $350

Business Booth

7AM-1PM OR 3PM-9PM – $25 Full Day – $75

Catering Kitchen – Exclusive

Half Day – $100 Full Day – $200

Executive Conference Room Occupancy 20 (14 around table) Full Facility SPORTS / ACTIVITY PARTY Turf – 2 HR Rental Gym – 2 HR Rental

Ninja Warrior – 2 HR Rental

$25 Hourly 2 Hours – $2500 RATE Full Turf – $250 Half Turf – $175 Full Gym – $250 Half Gym – $175 $350

Archery Tag – 2 HR Rental $350 Party Room w/ Play Structure – 2 HR Rental POOL EVENTS Party Room with Splash – 2 HR Rental

$250 RATE $300

Private Splash – 2 HR Rental $350 Party Room(s) – 2 HR Rental

$75 each

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SPECIFICATIONS Recommended seating allows for food/buffet tables Media A/V available, podium, mics Particular room set up at Renter request Recommended seating allows for food/buffet tables Media A/V available, podium, mics Particular room set up at Renter request Recommended seating allows for food/buffet tables Media A/V available, podium, mics Particular room set up at Renter request Linens are available to rent for Banquet Room(s) For information purposes only; no selling Located in Front Lobby with 1 table & 2 chairs Available at designated times Connected to Banquet Rooms Has food warming appliances, refrigerator and freezer Whiteboard TV has HDMI outlet for laptop presentation Prior Approval by Facility Director & Marketing SPECIFICATIONS Indoor Soccer Dasherboard System / Turf Field Turf Wing available for table set up for food gatherings Exclusive to group Gym is 2 full size basketball courts Pickleball, basketball, volleyball, and more Exclusive to your group Obstacle course in the gym – table set up in Party Room Age restricted to 3-12 years – package includes 35 people Staff member to guide (area exclusive to your group) Set up in Turf (area exclusive to your group) Turf Wing available for table area for food/drink – package includes 35 people Age restricted to 13+ years 3 story jungle gym area – no access to pool area This package allows entry for 33 people SPECIFICATIONS Direct access to pool area Room is exclusive to your group Pool is open to the public This package includes room/pool admission for 33 people Must honor room occupancies Closed to public - Restricted time frame ONLY Thurs & Sat 7:30PM – 9:30PM & Sunday 5:30PM – 7:30PM Price does not include a room (optional to add rooms) Room 1 is 33 person occupancy Room 2 is 24 person occupancy Rental available WITH paid guest admissions/membership

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turf

www.COREhobbs.com 575-393-CORE (2673) CORE - Center of Recreational Excellence

• Approx. 60 yds long x 26 yds wide; Almost as large as an NHL ice hockey rink •

Same turf manufacturer as AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX – Home of the Dallas Cowboys •

permanent dasher board system

Turf field can be divided into 2 smaller fields with the installed divider curtain •

Challenge Nights, Adult & Youth Leagues and Kid Fit are just a few of the activities CORE guests use the Indoor and Outdoor Turf Fields for, 50

year-Round.

2 team locker rooms


Youth Sports Programs Youth CORE Reversible Jerseys are $15 and may be required for recreational and instructional youth sport programs throughout the year. CORE jerseys are available for purchase at the Welcome Desk and are available in a tank or shirt.

Ninja Warrior Wednesday Come join us every Wednesday to put your child’s agility, balance, and speed to the test on our Ninja Warrior Obstacle Course. Your child will have a blast as they jump, roll, and crawl their way through our course. Parental supervision is required at all times.

Audience: Days/Times: Session: Registration Fees: Location:

Info:

3 - 9 years old Wednesdays 9:00 am - 8:00 pm Weekly ongoing Free with facility admission CORE gym Lyndsey Henderson, Sports Coordinator, Lhenderson@hobbsnm.org

Interested in renting the Ninja Warrior Course for a birthday party? Please contact our Facility Rentals for more information on rates and availability. for special events options or see page 48 & 49. Turf Titans & Gym Giants Youth co-ed recreational program designed for girls and boys to creatively introduce them to and learn the basic fundamentals of sports played on the turf and in the gym. Turf Titan sports may include t-ball, flag football, and soccer. Gym Giant sports may include tennis, volleyball, basketball, and our Ultimate Ninja Warrior Course. The emphasis is to have fun in a safe, non-competitive environment. Parent participation is encouraged. Each session includes 8 classes instructed by CORE Sports Specialists. Audience: Pre K & Kindergarten (3-6 years old) Days/Times: Tuesday & Thursday: 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm (registration by month) Saturday mornings: 9:00 am - 9:45 am Session Dates: Summer Session: June 1 - July 27; No class on July 6 Fees: $25 Member/$30 Non-Member Location: CORE turf & CORE gym Info: Lyndsey Henderson, Sports Coordinator lhenderson@hobbsnm.org 51


Youth Sports Programs CORE Teens

CORE PE

Are you a teen looking for some organized, competitive play during the day this summer? Join us for more than just open gym time. CORE staff will organize games and mini-tournaments.

Parents, looking for something for your kids to do this summer? Bring your kids to CORE PE. We will be playing organized games of classic playground favorites. Our Sports Specialists will guarantee your kids will have a great time.

13-19 years old Days/Times: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Monday - Friday, May 27 - August 9, 2019 Session Monday - Basketball (Gym) Tuesday - Dodgeball (Gym) Wednesday - Archery Tag (Turf) Thursday - Flag Football (Turf) Friday - Kickball (Turf) Fees: Day Pass fees apply Location: CORE Gym or Turf Audience:

Audience: Days/Times:

7 - 12 years old 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, Monday - Friday, May 27 - August 9, 2019

Session Dates:

Fees: Location: Info:

Monday - Kickball (Turf) Tuesday - Dodgeball (Gym) Wednesday - Wallyball Thursday - Gaga Ball (Gym) Friday - 4-Square (Gym) Day Pass fees apply CORE gym or CORE turf Lyndsey Henderson, Sports Coordinator, Lhenderson@hobbsnm.org

Adaptive Avengers NEW TO THE CORE!! Do you have a child with special needs? Join us this summer for Adaptive Avengers, a recreational PE class for children with special needs. Each session includes 8 classes instructed by CORE Sports Specialists. An instructional program designed to give the participant the skills necessary for a lifetime of recreation and to enhance physical fitness and wellness. Sports and activities may include soccer, basketball, playground games, fitness, t-ball, and more. Parent participation is encouraged. Audience:

Fees:

Location: Info:

5-12 years Monday & Wednesday: 1:00 pm - 3 1:45 pm 3 (by month, June or July, no class the week of July 4th) Saturday: 10:00 am - 10:45 am (June 1 - July 27, no class on July 6th) $25 Member/$30 Non-member CORE turf & CORE gym Lyndsey Henderson, Sports Coordinator, Lhenderson@hobbsnm.org

For a List of the summer Sports Tournaments and Special Events, and all of the latest in new programming, go to COREhobbs.com.

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2019 Summer Break, daily from 1pm-3pm Free with facility admission 13-17 year olds

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Summer Showdown

COMPETITVE TOURNAMENTS FOR LOCAL BUSINESSES

Celebrate your team at the CORE with a little healthy competition. All tournaments are double elimination, guaranteed 2 games. Individual awards for 1st and 2nd place teams. Matching jerseys required.

BOOST MORALE | INCREASE TEAM PRIDE | BUILD TEAM COHESION | HAVE FUN Register a team for a single event or multiple teams for multiple events. 1 TEAM = $30 | 2 TEAMS = $50 | 3 TEAMS OR MORE = $75

MEN’S BASKETBALL CO-ED BASKETBALL

CO-ED SOCCER

TABLE TENNIS

June 15, 2019

June 15, 2019

June 29, 2019

July 13, 2019

3V3

3 V 3, 1 female required

6 V 6, 2 females required

2V2

Max 5 on roster

Max 5 on roster

Max 10 on roster

Max 2 on roster

Deadline: June 8

Deadline: June 8

Deadline: June 22

Deadline: July 6

CO-ED VOLLEYBALL

FLAG FOOTBALL

PICKLEBALL

July 27, 2019

August 3, 2019

August 17, 2019

6 V 6, 3 females required

6 V 6, 2 females required

2V2

Max 10 on roster

Max 10 on roster

Max 2 on roster

Deadline: July 20

Deadline: July 27

Deadline: August 10

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gym • 2 high school basketball courts •

4 junior basketball courts • 4 VOLLEYBALL COURTS • RESILIENT ATHLETIC FLOORING • • •

Divider curtains

6 Pickle Ball Courts

Shuffleboard & 4 Square www.COREhobbs.com 575-393-CORE (2673)

CORE - Center of Recreational Excellence

Open play of basketball, volleyball and pickle ball, as well as tournaments and special activities like the ninja warrior obstacle course are some of the CORE gym activities that guests use frequently.

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Community-based recreation activities and programs specially designed for

Community-based recreation activities andteens, programs designed forneeds. children, andspecially adults with special children, teens, and adults with special needs.

Coming to the Center of Recreational Excellence in Summer 2019!!

Coming to the Center of Recreational Excellence in Summer 2019!! FITNESS

FITNESS

AQUATICS

AQUATICS

SPORTS

SPORTS

CAMPS

CAMPS

CLASSES

CLASSES

4827 Lovington Highway 575-393-2673 575-393-2673 www.COREhobbs.com www.COREhobbs.com 4827 Lovington Highway

Challenge Nights Are you a competitive player looking for a challenging pick-up game? CORE staff will be there to help organize games and all games will be self-officiated. Challenge Nights are a great way to find new players and start building your team for upcoming leagues or tournaments.

Audience: Days/Times:

Fees: Location:

Co-ed 16 years or older (intermediate to advanced skill) 6:00 pm - 9:45 pm Flag Football - Monday Basketball - Monday 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Pickleball - Monday Volleyball - Tuesday Archery Tag - Wednesday Basketball - Wednesday 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Racquetball - Thursday Soccer - Thursday Dodgeball - Friday Free with facility admission Various areas at the CORE; gym, turf, and racquetball courts

CLUB 62 Activities for active seniors, 62 years and older, who want a little fun and excitement. The CORE will be offering a variety of programming throughout the year. Our goal is to establish a friendly relationship with our senior community and to encourage a healthy and active lifestyle.

Audience: Days/Times: Session Dates: Fees: Location:

62 years and above 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Monday: Pickleball (Gym) Thursday: Racquetball Free with facility admission CORE gym or Racquetball Courts

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Special Events & Tournaments COREporate Summer Showdown Celebrate your team this summer at the CORE with a little healthy competition. COREporate Summer Showdown is series of tournaments specifically for corporations and businesses to compete against one another for the title of champion. Compete to boost morale, increase team pride, and build team cohesion and most of all, to have fun!! All tournaments are double elimination with 1st and 2nd place teams taking home individual prizes. Register a team for a single event or multiple teams for multiple events. Proof of employment is required. Deadline is 1 week prior to the tournament.

Location:

Local business, large and small Men’s 3v3 Basketball - June 15th Co-ed 3v3 Basketball - June 15th Co-ed 6v6 Soccer - June 29th Table Tennis 2v2 - July 13th Co-ed 6v6 Volleyball - July 27th Co-ed 6v6 Flag Football - August 3rd Pickleball 2v2 - August 17th Day-of team check-in is at 8:30 am with play beginning at 9:00 am. 1 Team = $30, 2 Teams = $50, 3+ Teams = $75 CORE

Info:

Lyndsey Henderson, Sports Coordinator, Lhenderson@hobbsnm.org

Audience: Events/Dates:

Times: Fees:

Archery Tag Tournament Combining elements of dodgeball and other combat-type games with the timeless skills of archery, players take aim at each other with non-lethal arrows to score points. Tournament play will be pool play + double elimination. Teams will compete 5 V 5. Individual awards for 1st and 2nd place teams. Equipment is provided and includes a safety mask, bows, and non-lethal arrows that are tipped with a giant marshmallow-like cushion for safety. Tennis shoes and face masks are required. Participants may provide their own masks. Only Archery Tag bows and arrows will be allowed.

Audience: Days: Time: Fees: Location: Info:

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10 years and older, Max of 5 players to a roster Saturday, May 18, 2019 Team check-in at 9:00 am, play begins at 9:30 am $50 per team CORE turf Lyndsey Henderson, Sports Coordinator, Lhenderson@hobbsnm.org


Special Events & Tournaments Adult Racquetball Tournaments Two-day singles and doubles round robin or double elimination tournament. Multiple matches guaranteed. Individual award for 1st place teams including free entry to next tournament. Men’s and Women’s Divisions: A, B, and C skill levels. Tournament format may change and divisions may be combined based on number of registrations. Audience: Days/Divisions: Session Dates:

Skill Levels:

Fees:

Location: Info:

Co-ed 18 years or older, 16 & 17 years old can participate with parental consent Saturday - Singles Tournament / Check-in at 8:00 am, play begins at 8:30 am Sunday - Doubles Tournament / Check-in at 10:00 am, play begins at 10:30 am Summer Tournament: August 10 & 11, 2019 Fall Tournament: October 19 & 20, 2019 Winter Tournament: February 2020 A - Player knows all of the rules and has a high level of knowledge of shots, serves, and strategies. Plays regularly and is a top player in a club. B - Player knows all of the rules and many shots and serves. Understands strategy. Plays regularly 3 or more times a week. C - Player knows most of the rules and basic shots and serves. Has played over 6 months and plays several times a week. $25 per player for first event, $20 for second event. Registration fees accepted on the day of the event, prior to play, but participants must be pre-registered. Pre-register by contacting Sports Coordinator. Pre-registration deadline is 1 week prior to the event. Racquetball Courts Lyndsey Henderson, Sports Coordinator, Lhenderson@hobbsnm.org

Interested in renting Archery Tag for a social or business event? Please contact our Facility Rentals for more information on rates and availability for special event options, or see page 48 & 49.

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CORE STORE Check out the CORE Store on your next visit. We carry a wide variety of items! From goggles, dry fit shirts (that can be worn in the pools), and towels, to little swimmers and rubber pants. We also carry Tsunami Swim & Dive Team shirts, socks, lanyards, and CORE hats. For your fitness needs, we have cooling towels, TechnoGym keys, raquetballs, raquetball eyewear, and more!

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The Core has hosted special groups and events in the last 10 months, including the University of New Mexico Lobo Basketball team, the City of Hobbs Father/Daughter Dance, and a fitness challenge sponsored by Technogym Fitness Equipment called “Let’s Move for a Better World”. 61


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

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Community Services/Code Enforcement (575) 391-8158 8:00 am - 5:00 pm • 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 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Hobbs Police Department (575) 397-9265 *Call 9-1-1 for all Emergencies* • 24/7/365 Office Hours • Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Hobbs Public Library (575) 397-9328 • Monday - Wednesday 10:00 am - 8:00 pm • Thursday - Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm • Sunday Closed

Human Resources Office (575) 397-9230 • Monday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm • Tuesday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm • Wednesday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm • Thursday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm • Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Mayor’s Office (575) 391-7890 • Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Motor Vehicle Department (Hobbs location) (575) 397-9213 • Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Doors close at 3:00 pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Municipal Court (575) 397-9272 • Monday - Thursday 7:30 am - 5:30 pm • Friday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Parks and Recreation Department (575) 397-9291 • Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Pools • Del Norte • Heizer • Humble

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

Hobbs Express Office Hours • Monday - Friday Bus Route Hours Monday - Saturday 62

8:00 am - 5:00 pm 7:00 am - 5:00 pm

(subject to change, please refer to hobbsnm.org/hobbs_express for the most recent bus routes available)

• Sunday

Closed

Splash Pad Hours 10:30 am - 7:30 pm May 24 - August 11

Monday - Sunday only

Preview Weekend Weekends Only

May 18 & 19 August 17 - September 2


Hours of Operation & Contact Numbers

Rockwind Community Links Golf Course (575) 397-9297 • Tuesday - Closed • Wednesday - Monday Open 1 hour after sunrise through 1 hour before sunset. Rockwind Grill Summer • Tuesday - Closed

• Mon, Wed, Thurs & Sun 7:00 am - Sunset

• Friday and Saturday

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. Memorial Day May 27 4th of July July 4 Labor Day September 2 CORE (575) 393-CORE (2673) Hours • • •

7:00 am - 9:00 pm

Senior Center (575) 397-9301 • Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm • Saturday and Sunday Closed Teen Center (575) 391-9505 Summer Hours • Monday – Thursday 2:00 pm - 9:00 pm • Friday 2:00 pm - 11:00 pm • Sunday Closed

Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday

5:00 am - 10:00 pm 6:00 am - 10:00 pm 10:00 am - 8:00 pm

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. 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) Troy Raulston 408-2086 Sonny Simpson 631-6385 Hobbs Girls Softball (Fast/Slow) - All Ages Julie Rodriguez 602-1717

Winter Break Hours • Monday - Thursday 2:00 pm - 9:00 pm

• Friday - Saturday 2 pm - 11 pm • Sunday - Closed

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

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

Julie Rodriguez

Hobbs Slow Pitch Softball - Adult

Julie Rodriguez

Youth Soccer (All Ages) Monty Randolph Marco Cortez Diane Cortez Youth Football Fanoy Walters

602-1717 602-1717

631-1639 441-0649 441-8200 489-3310

Adult Soccer Rafael Gutierrez 704-0817 Luis Larios 605-0283 Veronica Gutierrez 704-0818

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City of Hobbs Parks Parks & & Recreation Recreation Department Department Join the Hobbs Police Department for our PACT in the Park events this summer! PACT (Police And Community Together) is a community event hosted by the Hobbs Police Department that takes place at our local City of Hobbs Splash Pads. It is a chance for adults and children alike to come out and spend time with your local Law Enforcement Officers eating good food, playing fun games, and simply engaging in conversation. The Hobbs Police Department provides free food and beverages to all! The events are set for the following dates and times: -

Thursday May 30:

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Washington Park Splash Pad (1301 E. Marland)

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Thursday June 27:

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Hobbs City Park Splash Pad (1001 E. Clinton)

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Thursday July 25:

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Taylor School Park Splash Pad (1501 N. Steven)

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Thursday August 29: 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Mills School Park Splash Pad (3000 N. Acoma)

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City of Hobbs - The GUIDE, Summer 2019  

The City of Hobbs publishes 3 editions of The GUIDE each year, sharing information about the Parks & Recreation Department, facilities and o...

City of Hobbs - The GUIDE, Summer 2019  

The City of Hobbs publishes 3 editions of The GUIDE each year, sharing information about the Parks & Recreation Department, facilities and o...

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