CARRIZOZO COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER

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November 11, 2019

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In honor of our War Vets, for any who are not now aware of this service, 1-877-WAR VETS (1.877.927.8387) is an around the clock confidential call center where combat Veterans and their families can talk about their military experience or any other issue(s) they are facing in their readjustment to civilian life.  Call the numbers above or look online at www.vetcenter.va.gov/index.aspIn the meantime, THANK YOU ALL for your service to our country!!!!

 

Carrizozo FCCLA will be hosting a Veterans Breakfast on November 11th, from 7:30 until 9 in the Culinary Arts room. Please come enjoy a free warm breakfast and accept our thanks for your service.

 

All are welcome to join us in White Oaks as we celebrate Veterans Day, 1030 November 11 at the White Oaks Veterans Memorial.  Refreshments will be served before and after the ceremony.  An especially warm welcome is extended to veterans and family members of veterans.  

 

Carrizozo Music, Inc.'s annual meeting is Tuesday, November 12th, at 10 AM in the Otero Electric Conference Room in Carrizozo.  All are welcome to attend.

 

Join Mayoral Candidate Ray Dean at

Star Boots’ Coffee’s Boardroom Wednesdays at 10 AM

to continue his Wednesday listening sessions.

Coffee furnished by Star Boots.

 

 

 

One rope

One block  

All of us 

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Wednesday, November 13th, 12 noon to 2 pm

408 12th Street, Carrizozo, NM

 

Please join us for a community rope-making workshop lead by Carrizozo AiR Yesenia Bello.  No prior knowledge is necessary.

 

Together, we will twist rope into existence the length of one Carrizozo block. Rope-making can be a way to reflect and make space for the people and places that surround you, while learning a new helpful skill. Bring your walking shoes and a willingness to work with others.

 

You are encouraged to bring your own threads to add to the strand. Threads can be found lying around. Some suggestions include: dental floss, shoe strings, long and thin leaves, ribbons. 

 

Refreshments will be served. 

 

 

Jennifer with ZZQ BBQ suggested that I send an email to Carrizozo residents that I have been taking fruit & veggies to Ruidoso for a few months now -- Colorado peaches, pears, and apricots in the summer, produce boxes and organic produce during the winter, strawberries and veggies from Poteet, TX, in late March, apricots and cherries in June  I have been stopping for Jennifer the last few weeks, and she said others could meet me there on my way through (in the morning or evening on my way back from Alamogordo) on Tuesdays.  My deadline to order is Monday at 11am for Tuesday delivery.    To reserve your produce, check out www.yourfreshestfood.com  or just email me

to yourfreshestfoodnm@gmail.com   Kara Lanctot   (970) 261-745   you can reply on this email 

 

Please join us in welcoming Carrizozo

Artists in Residence November 1-15!

My mouth is a motherlode

solo exhibition at Tiger Strikes Asteroid curated by Teresa Silva

 

Yesenia Bello from Chicago, IL

“Most recently, I have been captivated by how to trace the fleeting, witnessing things that slip

away and fall out of place -- not on a timeline that unfolds wholly in front of your eyes, but rather

on a much grander, almost unmeasurable scale.”

 

 

Connor Frew

from McKinney, TX

 

“My late grandfather owned a gift shop with his wife in downtown Raton, NM, before they closed the business in the early 00’s. My father grew up in Albuquerque during the height of the Cold War, studied mechanical engineering to become a systems engineer for defense contractors. My grandmother was a secretary for Sandia Labs.

The Carrizozo AIR residency would allow me the space and time to develop work, writings, performances, and readings that deal with my personal historical relationship to the landscape, and the landscape’s relationships to the spectres of violence, love, loss, trauma, and capitalism.”

 

 

 

FOR SALE  --  2003 Ford F-150 Super Duty Lariat V8/5.4 Engine 4x4, power seats, windows, mirrors, new tires, brakes, shocks and more.  176,000 miles-second owner $6,200  575-973-0571

 

Creative Aging will be doing a FREE workshop on Friday, November 15th, on Renaissance in Retirement.  You may have attended the overview of this workshop earlier this year, or you might just now be interested in taking the workshop to develop action plans for thriving in your future with coaching from Jim Boswell.  We will cover the following specifics in your plan development.

 

        Workshop Goals                                               

        Tools We Will Use                                            

Ø  Personality Types and Strengths                                 

Ø  Brainstorming My Fulfillment                                    

Ø  Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats                     

Ø  Likes/Dislikes, Wants/Demotivators                           

Ø  Johari Window                                                              

Ø  Resources & Constraints                                              

Ø  Develop Your Plan: Objectives, R&C, Research,  Actions, Feedback                                                                       

        Conclusions, Q&A   

 

You should sign up asap but no later than the 4th of November by emailing Clara Farah at clrfarah@gmail.com or call her at 575.973.7835.  Invite your friends and family if you like.  The official announcement is attached with times, and morning coffee and lunch will be provided. The workshop runs from 10 to 2 with a lunch break. Come early for coffee and networking at 9:30.