NMWA Wilderness Conference in Albuquerque

August 31, 2010

Las Cruces Green Chamber of Commerce

First Friday series

A discussion on “Smart Growth: Tools for Building a Strong Community” will be presented by City Councilor Sharon Thomas on Friday, illness
September 3, Sildenafil
from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm at Taste of India Restaurant
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on the corner of University and Espina.  The First Friday series is sponsored by the Las Cruces Green Chamber of Commerce.

“We’re delighted to have Mayor Pro-Tem, Sharon Thomas kicking off this fall’s speaker series,” said Las Cruces Green Chamber board president, Renee Frank, “ Thomas has really been a leader in long-term city development discussions and we are excited to get the Green Chamber involved in the conversation.”

Reservations are encouraged, as space is limited.  A $7.99 buffet lunch will be available.  To reserve a place, call Elisa Cundiff at (575) 649-7694 or email greenchamber.lc@gmail.com.

Support border women efforts to support their families at the 30th Mimbres Valley Holiday Event at Mimbres Hot Springs Ranch From 10:00 am to 5:00 pm December 4th and 5th.

La Cooperativa de la Frontera of Columbus and Palomas, emergency
order a both sides of the border women’s artisans’ cooperative dedicated to helping women women gain new skills and earn a living.and the Border Partners, pestilence
Palomas cooperative women, that make Mexican oilcloth products, will be selling handmade artisanry, such as weavings, crocheted, woven and knit shawls, quilted wallhangings, rag rug baskets, purses made in diverse ways, oilcloth products, jewelry, rag rugs and many other things.  Many of the things for sale are made from recycled items donated from the generous donors of SW New Mexico.

The sale is at the beautiful Mimbres Hot Springs Ranch at the end of Royal John Road just off of hwy 61. The cooperative will be in the patio. There will be music and treats. Lunch is available for a small fee. Please leave pets at home. For more information, please write Janet Shepard at bordercooperative@gmail.com or call 1 575 313 9685.

Directions: Take Hwy 152 to the Mimbres, 61 South to Royal John Mine Road, (between NM 19 and 20). Follow signs 2 ½ miles to the Mimbres Hot Springs Ranch. From Deming, drive to HWY 61, and turn right at Royal John Mine Road.
In celebration of Constitution Day, order
New Mexico State University professors will hold a panel discussion on the First Amendment: Censorship and the Arts, from 7 to 9 p. m. Tuesday, Sept. 14, in the Corbett Center Ballroom.

Serving on the panel will be art professors Stephanie Taylor and David Taylor, journalism professor Roger Mellon, government professors Nancy Baker and Mardi Mahaffy and Ingrid Schneider of the NMSU Library. Jeff Brown of the art and history departments will act as moderator.

“We felt that a focus on censorship and art was appropriate given the recent dedication of the arts center,” Baker said. “We often hear about the First Amendment protecting political speech, but the First Amendment also protects creative work and expressive conduct.”

Congress established Constitution Day in 2004 to commemorate the signing of the U. S. Constitution at the Constitutional Convention on Sept. 17, 1787. Under the law, every publicly funded educational institution provides programming on the U. S. Constitution either on or close to Sept. 17.

Sponsors are the departments of government, art, journalism and mass communications and history.

Pocket copies of the U. S. Constitution will be available to the first 100 attendees. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the department of government at 575-646-4935.
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New Mexico State University professors will hold a panel discussion on the First Amendment: Censorship and the Arts, website like this
from 7 to 9 p. m. Tuesday, sales
Sept. 14, in the Corbett Center Ballroom.

Serving on the panel will be art professors Stephanie Taylor and David Taylor, journalism professor Roger Mellon, government professors Nancy Baker and Mardi Mahaffy and Ingrid Schneider of the NMSU Library. Jeff Brown of the art and history departments will act as moderator.

“We felt that a focus on censorship and art was appropriate given the recent dedication of the arts center,” Baker said. “We often hear about the First Amendment protecting political speech, but the First Amendment also protects creative work and expressive conduct.”

Congress established Constitution Day in 2004 to commemorate the signing of the U. S. Constitution at the Constitutional Convention on Sept. 17, 1787. Under the law, every publicly funded educational institution provides programming on the U. S. Constitution either on or close to Sept. 17.

Sponsors are the departments of government, art, journalism and mass communications and history.

Pocket copies of the U. S. Constitution will be available to the first 100 attendees. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the department of government at 575-646-4935.
CREATE YOUR WILD LEGACY! New Mexico Wilderness Alliance 2010 WILDERNESS CONFERENCE At The Bosque School in Albuquerque October 23, help
2010 9: am-3: pm Admission of $20. includes lunch $10. for students.

This year’s Wilderness Conference is sure to instill new vigor and dedication in all who love, more
enjoy or work to protect New Mexico’s wildest landscapes! A special journaling workshop delves into the richness of experiencing wild nature. Here, buy
attendees create a living notebook from reflections on nature through drawing, writing & alternative media. A special award will be presented to Senator Jeff Bingaman for his outstanding work to protect Wilderness. Renowned landscape photographer David Muench will do a slide presentation honoring the memory of Stewart Udall, former Secretary of the Interior. Endangered species stenciling & wildlife viewing sessions will be held outside in the Bosque, during lunch. A DVD highlights the work on the Mexican Wolf conservation stamp & a silent auction of weekend getaways & fun items round out the day. We invite you to join us for a day of networking, fun, and learning who is doing what for New Mexico’s wild public lands! Register on-line at www.nmwild.org or contact Trisha at 505-843-8696 Ext. 1001 or Roger Ext.1004 for details.

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