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Hubbard Foundation awards grants to SE NM non-profits By Eugene Heathman Editor

Ruidoso Downs Racetrack and Casino Turf Club was the venue for the 2012 Hubbard Foundation’s annual S.E.NM. Grant Program’s awards ceremony. More than 50 of the recipients attended the races prior to the catered dinner directed by Robert Donaldson, executive director of the RD and Joan Dale Hubbard Foundation. “We’re pleased you’re here tonight to celebrate our South East New Mexico Grant Program. This is a wonderful opportunity for all of us to connect and see what each other is doing in our communities and maybe learn from one another new ways to make our organizations better,” Donaldson said. In 1986, Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard established the RD and Joan Dale Hubbard Foundation and since that time, they have provided more than $31 million in grants to deserving organizations across America with more than $14 million of that in grants going to improve the lives of the citizens of New Mexico. “In 2001, the Hubbard Foundation’s Southeast New Mexico Grant Program was established in seven southeast New Mexico counties, specifically for organizations like yours, organizations that work hard to improve the quality of life of the area’s citizens. Your groups have proved time and time again, it doesn’t take huge grants to a make a huge difference in the lives of people,” Donaldson said. Since 2001, more than $2 million in grants have been awarded to a to-

tal of 397 state organizations. In 2012, the Foundation awarded $249,000 to 54 community groups throughout southeast New Mexico. For the 2013 Hubbard Foundation Grant Program, proposals are accepted until July 31 from counties, municipalities, public schools and 501-c-3 non-profit organizations in Chaves, Curry, Eddy, Lea, Lincoln, Otero and Roosevelt counties. Successful grants from $1,000 to $20,000 will be awarded in November, 2012. Proposals should improve the quality of life in a specific area. Requests for general operation, personnel costs or personal grants will not qualify. Contact the Hubbard Foundation for an application or information at PO Box 2498, Ruidoso, NM 88355, by phone at 575-258-5919 or by email at


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Boys & Girls Club of Hobbs currently operates the Main Club and three schoolbased sites that serve more than 325 children every day. They have been operating in their present location since 1967 and are constantly improving the building to provide a safe environment for everyone. This year their improvements included new air conditioning equipment and wall panel mats in the gymnasiums. Accepting the award representing the grant of $5,000 is Paula Methola.

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Assurance Home Inc. is a therapeutic group for at risk boys and girls between the ages of 12 and 18, who lack guidance and support in their lives. The “Art Therapy” project assists children, who have difficulties expressing their feelings verbally, to express their emotions through art. Accepting the award representing the grant of $2,500 is Ron Malone. The

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Harvest Ministries of Roswell has grown into a “Regional Food Center” that services 40,000 people per month in Chaves, Eddy and Lincoln counties and has distributed 245,000 pounds of food to various churches and other agencies in these 3 counties. Accepting the award representing the grant of $3,000 is Cindy Willard. Roswell Jazz & Arts Festival’s School of Jazz exposes the youth of Southeastern New Mexico to Jazz music by taking Jazz musicians to schools to teach the rhythms and origins, as well as the history of Jazz, to self-selecting young musicians. Also introduced this year was their “Band Competition”, providing these young people with a venue to play their music in a real jazz festival. Accepting the award representing the grant of $2,800 is Natalie Martinez. Proposed revised 4 color logo with a negative read vertical format.


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The Carlsbad Community Kitchen has been in the hands of Teri Able for many years. She is always there and can always be depended on by the community. The Kitchen provides a hot meal to anyone who walks through the door every day, including Christmas Day. For many, this may be the only hot meal they get all day. On a normal day, The Kitchen serves 150 people, some days even more. Accepting the award representing the grant of $7,000 is Teri Able.

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1900 Sudderth at River Crossing • The Assistance League of Carlsbad will use this grant to support their Books & Beyond and Operation School Bell programs. Books & Beyond is a reading program for schoolage kids in which a book is given to each child. Operation School Bell provides clothes and school supplies to more than 600 children each fall. With more than 75 percent of children in Carlsbad /Loving qualifying for free lunches, the need is great. They have served their community for more than 40 years. Accepting the grant of $3,000 is Ann Cross.

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The Boys & Girls Club of Carlsbad has been at the forefront of youth development for 50 years. They have more than 1,100 members and an outstanding number of community volunteers in addition to a great staff. Power hour is a comprehensive homework help and tutoring program for youth members ages 6 to 18 years. As member complete their homework, they receive Power Points, which may be used for prizes, activities and incentives. Accepting the award representing the grant of $2,000 is Francine Atiebrah. Wings for L.I.F.E.‘s Family Program at the Boys & Girls Club in Roswell is a support, empowerment and educational program that also links families with valuable community resources. In addition to an informative program, Wings for Life recognized a need to provide a meal to those attending. Providing these meals serves two purposes; nourishment, especially of the children, to low-income families who attend, and it also allows families and guests to develop and improve social skills. Accepting the award representing their grant of $53,000 is Jennifer Peralta.

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The Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest operate the Camp CEO 2 Financial Literacy Program for girls in Chaves, Eddy, Lea, Lincoln and Otero Counties. Camp CEO 2 is a weekend experienced, designed for high school age girls, providing age appropriate, interactive financial literacy activities, to help the girls learn to make effective and informed financial choices. Accepting the award representing the grant of $1,500 is Rebecca Sherwood.

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Drive through or enjoy our cozy eating area under the trees! 301 W. Church St. • Carlsbad, NM • 883-3074 Mission Carlsbad is an annual, week long summer project during which teens work to improve the homes, and lives, of homeowners in need. Teams of students and adult volunteers from church youth groups across the community join together to bring hope and compassion to elderly and disabled homeowners with projects including construction of wheelchair ramps, replacing roofs, painting homes and renovating bathrooms for access. Accepting the award representing the grant of $2,800 is Judi Waters.

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June 15 - Recipe for Successful Container Gardening By Emma west of Isle of Sky Farm. Potting demonstration and tips for getting your best harvest. ROSWELL June 29 - There’s Still Gold in These Hills Modern day White Oaks prospectors share lore of the goldrush boomtown of the 1800’s and their tips for panning gold. Free RUIDOSO • RUIDOSO DOWNS • HWY 380 demonstration and ‘hands on’ panning for gold with dirt from an actual local gold claim. Both kids and adults will get ‘gold fever.’







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Music in the Mountains of Cloudcroft

They say the 3rd time is a charm, and 3rd Annual Bad Ass Mountain Music Festival (BAMM) will be just that. There will be music heard for miles and miles, and a lot of horns this year too. Mark your calendars and take Dad out for a sweet Father’s Day weekend. Enjoy a relaxing, fun weekend for the whole family with music sure to please everyone. BAMM Festival takes place June 15 - 17 at Ski Cloudcroft, just 2 miles east of Cloudcroft on Highway 82. The gates open Friday evening at 4 p.m. The music starts at 7 p.m. with our hometown favorites, The Eclectic Bones. Following them will be a band not to miss, Le Chat Lunatique of Albuquerque. They refer to their music as “filthy, mangy jazz,” a signature sound that will have you up and dancing. Music will continue into the night with Da’Kine of Alamogordo. Pack your camping equipment, RV, or wherever you plan to rest your head. There will be designated camping areas where you can set up camp, meet the neighbors, and sit back and enjoy the cool mountain air. RV’s are welcome but space is limited, so get there early. If camping is not your thing, there are plenty of places in Cloudcroft to stay. The Lodge has a great package just for BAMM attendees, which includes your tickets and a T-shirt (575-682-2566). Spruce Cabins has enough space for everyone if you are in a large group or just the family. Don’t forget the Tree House B&B – Connie will spoil you. Music will kick off Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m. The lift will be running this year. There will be hiking and mountain biking, thanks to the amazing rain, from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Make sure you take at least one ride up on the lift and leisurely stroll back down taking in the beautiful scenery. The ski area acts as a natural amphitheater and the music sounds amazing from the top. The Music

will go well into the night with acts from Casual Fridays, a ska band from El Paso, who will bring out the horns and really make you move. The Lusitania will be visiting us from El Paso as well. Everyone is talking about them and their awesome country music. The Hillside Gamblers, with influences like Muddy Waters and The Rolling Stones, are ready to take the music scene and turn it upside down with their own brand of fuel-driven, soul-shaking, good old’ Rock and Roll. The music continues with several more performances. Along with great music there will be great food, great crafts and great fun for the kids. BAMM also has a little something special arranged for Saturday night. Make sure the kids catch some fire action before they head to bed. It’s going to be amazing. Kenny Grigar will be back this year with his solar trailer, helping BAMM with their power. Make sure you stop by and tell him thanks for the power. He is very generous allowing BAMM to run off of his solar power for a couple days. He builds these trailers specifically for festivals and has run 14-day festivals using something very similar to the one that will be out at BAMM. A weekend pass is $20 – come and go as you please. Kids 12 and under are free. Camping is free (at the festival grounds). No pets. Quiet hours are from 2 - 8 a.m. A huge thank you to all the sponsors this year from the BAMM committee (Bri Ligon, Justin Munoz, Tara Johnston & Kara Cochran)! “We couldn’t do it without you!” To Mike Beckler, “Thank you for building the BAMM website. We really appreciate you and your hard work!” For more information, visit us online at or become our facebook fan at

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The Southeast New Mexico Alzheimer’s Association of Roswell provides the Respite Voucher Assistance Program to caregivers and family members of those with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia in the southeast New Mexico counties. With these vouchers, they address the needs of New Mexico families who are faced with having to care for a loved one with this debilitating disease. The need for immediate assistance is addressed 24 hours, 7 days a week with a toll-free helpline. Accepting the award representing the grant of $2,000 is Priscilla Lujan.



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• Because the veggies used in these dishes are uncooked, they retain all of their nutrients and enzymes.

• Enzymes are beneficial to the human body when aiding in digestion and will help flush toxins from our bodies. • Eating fresh veggies (and fruit) will assist our body in receiving the necessary amount of water needed to maintain a proper balance of health, without having to guzzle down 80 oz. of liquid. • These recipes contain a variety of colors which represent different nutrients and benefits for our bodies.

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The psychling chronicles: Preparation

parts could be “overThe service manager nighted.” Of course they gave me my first assigndidn’t come in the next ment: “Do a major service day. I spent a third day on that 305 (Honda) with my friend Dave. No Dream.” I proceeded to parts the next day and my work station, sourced Memorial Day weekend the manual, read the was about to start – no procedures, placed my more loaner vehicles. tools neatly in order on the work bench, took a The folks at the deep breath, and removed dealership were symmy first valve cap with a pathetic to my plight simple open end wrench. and loaned me their I then proceeded to adjust service vehicle, a truck Galen Farrington valves, drain fluids, and with tastefully executed replace the points and plugs; BMW motorcycle graphics. the “service” took all of After leaving Albuquerque, 90 minutes. For the next four decades I I planned a pit stop break and pulled into sought motorcycles that were “shade tree” Socorro’s first convenience store. It was friendly but that all changed with the acnow three minutes to six and the (ever so quisition of a 1997 BMW K-bike in 2007. reliable) truck wouldn’t start. The 9-1-1 The need for change was felt when call to the dealership netted the service the odometer of my previous beemer manager who asked if I had a ride and I turned 150,000 miles of smiles and in an replied that Chris was responding as we atypical moment of exploration, I devispoke. He then told me to abandon the ated from my myopic exploration of twins vehicle and they’d pick it up in the mornand forged into the dark side and mouseing. clicked on “K-bikes for sale,” complex I had entered the 20th Century four cylinder machines, and entered the with the 1997 K-bike purchase. My world of the “factory-trained-technician.” motorcycling friends said I’d love the After flogging my mechanical steed computerization that led to less mainteon the 12,000 mile sojourn around the nance and greater efficiency. You know country last summer, I changed the oil the adage, “less is more (money).” The and rode lightly last winter – the “major bike is a wonderful bike. While it sat for service” day of reckoning would arrive in the 10 days it took for me to get back to May and I knew the “tune-up” would take Albuquerque, three offers were made about 10 hours after arriving early at the to purchase it and most of this month’s BMW dealership the first day to allow the Social Security check was consumed bike’s valves to cool overnight to continue in its retrieval but now I’m prepared to the job on day two. Four hours into the continue riding in this century or at least job on day two, I was called and told there this summer season. was a good news/bad news situation. Bad Who needs simple tools when your news – I needed parts to complete the factory-trained-technician is only 200 valve adjustment. Good news – the five miles and a Social Security check away!



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Yamaha C3 scooter, a golf package with lodging at an historic home in north Scotland, a Machu Picchu adventure, lodging with dinner at the Ellis Store in Lincoln, various spa treatments and dining experiences in Santa Fe, a Paris culinary package, a “Super Weather” advertising package on KWES Radio and Kentucky Derby Finish Line seats, there truly is an amazing array of items at this year’s “Taste” auction, notes Charles Centilli, executive director of the Spencer. “We are so incredibly pleased and thankful for all the giving involved in this year’s fund raiser,” he says. “We’ve had donors from New York, Hollywood and Maine provides items this year, which really adds additional flare to the entire event. Art, antiques, jewelry, wine, memorabilia, household items, collectibles, services – it’s all been pouring in over the last few weeks. We’re psyched to have such generous levels of participation by individuals and businesses. All these donations — and the overall participation by everyone attending the June 16 auction party — helps to further secure the future of the Spencer. We thank you for your support!” Centilli goes on to say the annual “Taste” is the non-profit theater’s main fund raiser of the year, and all proceeds go directly to support yearly activities at

the facility. “The festive night raises money for the annual operations of this rurally located theater — a true gem — and will ultimately support the mission to help expand the cultural horizons of residents and visitors in New Mexico.” It is hoped that everyone will come out and enjoy the party. The $50 entrance ticket is part of the fundraising and provides patrons with great food from local restaurateurs at Tree House Café, Landlocked, Rickshaw, Casa Blanca, Blue Goose Café, Spencer Theater hospitality and Cancun Moon; a continuous wine pour, courtesy of National Distributors and artisan, fresh-roasted coffee from Bucklyn Coffee Roasters in Maine. Doors to “Taste of the Spencer” open at 6 p.m. on Saturday, June 16. Bid on the silent auction items as you eat and drink. Thereafter, at 7:30 p.m., Talbot will take the stage for the live auction and prize drawing giveaways. Be there and enjoy the best party of the season! Tickets to the “Taste” are just $50 and are available at the Box Office. Call 575-336-4800 or go online to the secure server at www.spencertheater. com. The site also lists all auction items with images; just click on “Taste of the Spencer” for viewing and information.

Annual ‘Taste of the Spencer’ fund raiser Like a treasure chest overflowing with bounty, the Spencer “Taste of the Spencer” fund raiser is an evening packed full of appreciable goods from far and wide. It’s the theater’s annual party featuring gourmet food tastings, generous pours of fine wine and the auction of prized items of impressive variety! At just $50, the Saturday, June 16 “Taste” affair, which begins at 6 p.m., includes scrumptious food and generous pours of fine wine with live and silent auctions of more than 150 remarkable items. The rapid-fire live auction will be held on stage with table seating (enjoy your dessert, fresh roasted coffee and drinks while bidding) and will be steered by the dynamic auctioneer Steve Talbot. There will also be $1,200 in free giveaway prizes of show tickets, collectibles, a golf package and celebrity memorabilia for those bidders present during the live auction. With everything from laser/light facial and body treatments at Ruidoso’s Fusion Medical Spa, to a $150 gift certificate to Chic Boutique, a day at the races with lunch for two in the exclusive Ruidoso Jockey Club, a vintage red fox fur jacket by Olga Furs of New York, a Village Ace Hardware Gardening Cornucopia, a Carribbean Condo Vacation for four with choice of island for one week stay, three classic cars, a 2011

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HOBBS: June 11-15 Fire Dep’t Free Summer Camp for kids (4th & 5th grades), Fire Station #1, 301 E White, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Space limited to 30. 575-397-9291 16 “We Are One Hobbs” 2012 Golf Tournament - Building Unity to Grow Our Community, Ocotillo Golf Course, 8 a.m. shotgun start. Also treat yourself to a “Taste of Hobbs,” with participating restaurants and company cooking crews serving up delicious food at holes across the course. Prizes awarded to the top three teams from each flight (number of flights tbd). Contact Grant Taylor 575-397-3202; Teen Center Pool Party, High School pool, 8-10 p.m. 18-22 Splash Camp, Del Norte pool, 5-8 yr. olds, $25/child 19 School Board Meeting, 6 p.m. Hobbs Municipal Schools 22 Movie Under the Stars, Del Norte Park. “Puss In Boots” Teen Center Dance, 7-10:30 p.m. 30, Beach Party USA, Lea County Jul 1-3 Event Center, 5101 N. Lovington Hwy, Sat., 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sandcastle building competition, water slides & mazes, music by Hobbs Rock Band, food vendors and free concert with “Son of a Sailor,” a Jimmy Buffet Tribute Band. July 1 - 3, rides and mazes will be open from noon - 7 p.m. July 4 Celebration all day – Harry McAdams Park 4th of July BBQ and Montgomery Gentry Concert, Lea County Event Center, 5101 N. Lovington Hwy., 5-7 p.m. Tickets $10 adults, $5 children under 12. Montgomery Gentry concert, 7 p.m. in the Lea County Event Center Arena. Call 1-800-735-1288 to buy tickets. Fireworks will begin after the concert Basketball All Stars, 1 p.m. LOVINGTON: June 15-16 Smokin’ on the Plaza, New Mexico State Championship, IBCA Sanctioned BBQ Cook Off, Central Plaza. For more information, call Lovington Mainstreet, 396-1318 22 Summer Concert Series 2012, Lea County Museum, 575-3964805

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CARLSBAD: June Wed’s Coffee Connection, 7 a.m. Trinity Hotel 15-17 Roadrunner Gem and Mineral Show, 9 a.m. Living Desert Zoo and Gardens State Park 30 Music and the Moon, 6:30 p.m. Living Desert Zoo and Gardens State Park Full Moon Walk, 8:15 p.m. Living Desert Zoo and Gardens State Park ARTESIA: June Wed’s Brown Bag Theatre in Heritage Walkway - OPAC Thur’s Summer Classic Movies – OPAC 14 Relay For Life - CoC 18 Missoula Children’s Theatre Week Begins - OPAC 23 Missoula Children’s Theatre Performances - OPAC ECSRA Registered Sporting Clays Shoot - ECSRA 29-30 Tate Branch Auto Group 1st Annual Smokin’ On The Pecos BBQ Cook-Off – CoC First Annual Kansas City BBQ Society and Rocky Mountain BBQ Society sanctioned competition, presented by Devon Energy E-Waste Collection - ACB 29 Films Made in New Mexico “Westerns Part 4” - OPAC 30 United Way Sporting Clays Fun Shoot – ECSRA

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ROSWELL: June Sat’s Enchanted Evening, 8 p.m. Bottomless Lakes State Park 14-24 Roswell Comic-Con & Film Fest, Roswell Convention and Civic Center. Featuring celebrities from hit shows such as Meteorite Men and Power Rangers and Ryan Penagos from Marvel Comics; more than 100 vendors from across the country, giveaways, and a film festival featuring the best in Sci-Fi and fantasy cinema. 23 Star Party, 8:30 p.m. Bottomless Lakes State Park 29- 2012 UFO Festival; 65th Jul 1 anniversary of the Roswell Incident. Majority of events will be held downtown. Guest speakers, authors, live entertainment, a costume contest, a pet costume contest, parade, a low-rider and funny car show and contest.

MESCALERO June Sun’s Sundays Under The Stars, 6-11 p.m. Inn of the Mountain Gods. Live music and a movie after sunset. www.innofthemountaingods. com, 800-545-9011 19 Alison Krauss & Union Station, Inn of the Mountain Gods, 8 p.m. For information, call 575-4647777; Tickets start at $50

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ALTO: June 16 A Taste of the Spencer, 108 Spencer Rd., 6 - 9 p.m. “Taste of the Spencer” fundraiser features gourmet food tastings, generous pours of fine wine, and the auction of fine items. For more information, call 1-888-818-7872; www. Tickets are $50 21-23 Miss New Mexico Pageant, Spencer Theater, 108 Spencer Rd, Thurs. & Fri. at 7 p.m.; Sat. at 8 p.m. For one talented New Mexico miss, the journey to the Miss America Pageant next January starts at the Spencer Theater. For more information on tickets, call 1-888-818-7872; www. RUIDOSO: June 15-16 Relay for Life. Help raise money for Cancer research at All American Park in Ruidoso Downs. For more information, contact Cindy Parkinson: 575-808-1205; www. Entry fee is $10 per person 22-24 3rd Annual ART EXPO, The Ruidoso Regional Council for the Arts and the Lincoln County Gallery Association presents a weekend of gallery-hopping. Music, demonstrations, and entertainment. For information, call 575-257-7272; Free 23-24 Bennett Trust Benefit Gala, historic Old Dowlin Mill, 641 Sudderth Dr., 7 p.m. Two evenings of performance art, and an eclectic selection of art from Betty Bennett’s private collection, displayed for the first time. Tickets are $45, all proceeds will benefit the Bennett Trust ENMU Scholarships Fund. Tickets available at the Ruidoso Valley Chamber of Commerce, 257-7395 or ENMU-Ruidoso, 257-3120 WHITE OAKS: June Fri’s The Rascal Fair and White Oaks Community Market, 5 p.m. to dark. Produce, plants, flowers, crafts and entertainment

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ALAMOGORDO: June 16 Celebrate New Mexico Centennial by attending a book signing by Author Loretta Hall. Signing “Out of This World: New Mexico’s Contributions to Space Travel” 5 - 7 p.m. at Books Revisited in White Sands Mall. 575-443-1011 Centennial Relay for Life at Griggs Field on North Florida Av. Celebrate cancer survivors and to raise money for cancer research. Begins Sat. 5 p.m. and ends Sun. 7 a.m. Contact Patti Ren 572-3047 or Pat Tedford 575-437-5164 16-17 Model Rockets Discharge Expo Contact Hugh Malcolm, 575-4345441. Location is on Mesa Verde Ranch Road. Follow signs. 17-23 Juneteenth NAACP Parade and program on Buffalo Soldiers. 575437-8118 20, Southern New Mexico 21-23 Centennial Quilt Show. Hundreds of quilts on display many of them antique quilts and some for sale. Located at the Otero County Fair Grounds, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily. 575-437-4880 29-30 Folklore Tale Lady of White Sands portrayed in Ballet, 7:30 p.m. Presented by the Dept of Dance, NMSU-Las Cruces. Flickinger Center for Performing Arts, 1110 New York Ave. 575-491-5972 30 Lake Lucero Tour, White Sands National Monument. Three-hour tour to Lake Lucero with a ranger - only offered once a month and reservations are required. 575-6792599 TIMBERON: June 30 - Timberon Blues and Bar-B-Que Jul 1 Festival. 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Cash prize will be awarded for the best Bar-B-Que. Arts and Crafts booths, tee shirts, food vendors, raffles and music on the lawn of the Timberon Lodge., 575-987-2449 HIGH ROLLS: June 16-17 High Rolls Cherry Festival, Saturday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. & Sunday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Cherries and cherry products, more than 60 arts & crafts vendors. For more information, call 575-682-6044; www. Free

The Zine, June 12, 2012  
The Zine, June 12, 2012  

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