Dr. Bob Elliott is celebrating his 50th birthday today (June 25).
Dr.Michael F. Shaughnessy has had a paper accepted for publication in the International Journal of the Arts and Humanities.
June 25, 2012
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ENMU Lawyer Returns from Tour of Duty in Afghanistan
story by Jacob Caffrey
Chris Holland, an ENMU alumnus, has recently returned from an overseas tour of duty with the New Mexico National Guard. Holland has served in Iraq, the Persian Gulf, and most recently, Afghanistan.
Holland, a Lt. Col. in the New Mexico Army National Guard, is also ENMU’s lawyer. As an ENMU alumnus, Chris began representing ENMU in 1996, and says that he is “proud to represent his alma mater.”
Chris is a native of Hobbs, and came to ENMU on an ROTC scholarship. Holland says that his time at ENMU as a student was challenging but he really enjoyed it. He says that he got a lot out of ENMU, including a great education.
|Lt. Col. Chris Holland|
After serving in the U.S. Army for nine years and serving in Desert Storm, Holland went back to school at the University of New Mexico School of Law.
In his recent deployment to Afghanistan, Holland served as commander of C Company, 1-171st Aviation Regiment. This helicopter company, consisting of 109 soldiers, had a mission of medical evacuation. Holland’s unit took part in over 1,450 missions and helped more than 1,800 patients.
On April 12, Holland was awarded with a bronze star for his outstanding leadership of C Company.
Holland currently works with the Albuquerque law firm Sutin, Thayer & Browne, where he handles legal matters involving appeals, commercial litigation, employment law and education law.
Dr. Bob Elliott is celebrating his 50th birthday today (June 25).
Dr.Michael F. Shaughnessy has had a paper accepted for publication in the International Journal of the Arts and Humanities.
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Spanish 329 Offered This Summer
Spanish For Health Professions
Web - Internet
The ability to communicate effectively with Spanish-speaking patients is crucial. Hispanics currently make up 20 percent of the patient population in the United States. As a Health Care Professional, you do not have to be fluent in Spanish to communicate with your patients, but you do need to know how to communicate with them.
SPANISH 329 is designed to master elemental and basic conversational Spanish so your patients will understand you. Through a simple approach, you will learn basic words and phrases along with multiple drills for mastering key health-related words. At the end of this course you will feel confident communicating with your patients and clients.
For more information about Span 329 contact Dr. Luis Soto at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ronny Cox Performing Music Concert at ENMU on August 30 – ENMU graduate, actor and songwriter Ronny Cox will perform a concert at ENMU at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 30 in the Campus Union Building Ballroom.
Born in Cloudcroft, N.M., and raised in Portales, Ronny has dedicated his life to the arts. He has acted in several popular films, including ,“Robocop” and also the TV series, “Stargate,” "Desperate Housewives," "Murder She Wrote," etc.
From rock 'n roll in high school to folk after college. Ronny is sure to have you dancing in your seat. Entertaining and energetic, this is a performance you will not want to miss.
Admission is free.
For more information, call ASAB at 562.2108.
View Online Orientation Video – The online orientation video is on the ENMU website. It’s under Future Students, select any category at the bottom, and then on the left side at the bottom is a link to the videos “Online Orientation." The short link is at: www.enmu.edu/orientation.
Phlebotomy Technique Training Offered This Fall – Distance Education and Outreach will offer Phlebotomy Technique Training this fall beginning Aug. 21 through Nov. 6.
For more information, call 562.2165.
Time for New Parking Decals – The new parking decals for faculty, staff and students are available at the ENMU Police Department. Your current decals are set to expire on Friday, June 1. If you want to get a head start on the fall 2012 semester you can stop by the police department and pick one up. Decals are provided free of charge and you can register as many vehicles as you would like.
The ENMU Police Department will start issuing citations on Monday, Sept. 10 for "Failure to Register" and "Expired Registration". Warning citations for these violations will begin on Monday, Aug. 20, 2012. "Community Member" decals are also available at the police department. If you have individuals who frequent facilities on campus and are not students, faculty or staff they can apply for a community member decal at the police department. The decals are free of charge and will be valid for a period of one year until June 1, 2013. After that they will need to apply for a new decal.
All students, faculty and staff are required to register their vehicles to be in compliance with standing University policy and procedures.
For more information, contact the ENMU Police Department at 562.2392.
|Greyhounds to Play in Cowboys Stadium|
Save the date for the ENMU Greyhounds vs. the University of Incarnate Word Cardinals in the Dallas Cowboys Stadium on Friday, Sept. 14, 2012. In addition to the game in the largest professional football stadium in the U.S., join our alumni for a Texas Rangers game, socials and much, much more.
ENMU Alumni Association:
For more information, call Alumni Affairs at 562.2125.
Year-End processing Deadlines – June 30 is the fiscal year-end. The following are processing cut-off dates:
The Business Office suggests that purchases end June 15 to ensure the charges will reflect on the June statement. Statements will be ready to review on Tuesday, June 26. If you are traveling when the statements are due, please contact the Business Office. Completed statements must be in the Business Office by noon on Wednesday, June 27. Ruidoso statements will be due the morning of June 28.
Travel Vouchers: June 29
All travel for 2011-12 must be submitted to the Business Office by June 29, 2012. Reimbursement for prior months travel should be submitted for payment before June 1.
Interfunds: July 9
Interfunds for 2011-12 must be received by the Business Office before July 9. Interfunds received after the 9 will not be processed for payment. Examples of on-campus charges include: Sodexo, housing charges for camps, printing and duplicating charges, Physical Plant charges, etc.
Corrections to Accounts: July 16
Journal Vouchers and Budget Transfers are due in the Business Office by July 16. Any expense transfers between budget lines are also due by July 16.
Request for Payment Form Revised – The "Request for Payment" form was revised by Accounts Payable in December 2011 to meet FERPA requirements. Please use the form that is available on the Intranet and dispose of any prior forms you have. Any version, other than the current form, will be returned back to the department for reprocessing effective Monday, March 5.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Accounts Payable at 562.2557.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Publication and Web Request Form
Communication Services has a new Publication and Web Request Form. For every project, big or small or for simple updates, please use the new form system which allows for tracking of the progress of each project by clients.
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Print Jobs Need to Go Through University Printing Services – This is a friendly reminder that all print jobs must be routed through the University print shop. The University print shop will make the determination as to whether the print job will be done in-house or sent off campus.
This applies to all University departments.
Should you have any questions regarding this, please feel free to contact Ms. Ronnie Birdsong at extension 4490.
Approved Holidays for 2012-13
Independence Day Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Labor Day Monday, September 3, 2012
Thanksgiving Thursday and Friday, Nov. 22-23, 2012
Winter Break Close at 5 p.m., Friday, Dec. 21, 2012
Reopen at normal time, Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013
Presidents’ Day Monday, Feb.18, 2013
Memorial Day Monday, May 27, 2013
Independence Day Thursday, July 4, 2013
(photos by Wanda Newberry, Jim Dodson and Jacob Caffrey)
|Graduation for our Chinese Students
Zia Basketball Summer Camps:
Session 2: June 25-27
Skills Camp: June 21-23
Contact: Lindsey Wilson: (575) 309-8679 or Lindsey.Wilson@enmu.edu
Zia Soccer Youth Camp
Santa Fe, N.M.- July 9-13, 2012
Zia Soccer Elite High School Camp
Portales, N.M.- July 22-27, 2012
Contact: Todd Pagett: (575) 562-2275 or Todd.Padgett@enmu.edu
Greyhound Football Individual Camp
July 19, 2012
8-10 a.m. Elementary
1-3 p.m. Junior High
Contact: Kelley Lee: (575) 562-2234 or Kelley.Lee@enmu.edu
Harney Announces Greyhound Signings for Upcoming Season
PORTALES, N.M. — Eastern New Mexico University Cross Country and Track and Field Coach has announced the signing of four athletes to compete for the Greyhounds in the upcoming 2012-13 season. Last year, the cross country team won the Lone Star Conference and NCAA South Central Region, while three athletes qualified for the NCAA Division II Track & Field Championships.
David Blackmer (Mill Creek, Wash./Henry M. Jackson HS), Joseph Metcalf (Norfolk, Neb./Butler CC), Kevin Roa (Salinas, Calif./Hartnell CC), and Kaspars Briska (Riga, Latvia) will be called upon to bolster a talented group of returning athletes.
Blackmer has posted times of 1:59 in the 800-meter run and 10:05 in the two-mile run, while Metcalf has times of times of 15:32 and 32:35 in the 5k and 10k, respectively. Roa’s top times are 15:13.62 in the 5k and 31:54 in the 10k.
Briska completed the 3,000-meter steeplechase with a time of 9:08. He also posted times of 14:44, 24:56 and 31:10, in the 5k, 8k and 10k runs, respectively.
The Eastern New Mexico University cross country teams will open the 2012 season, with the Midwestern State University Stampede. The event, in Wichita Falls, Texas, will be held on Thursday, August 30th. – Adam Pitterman
Cox Joins Zia Basketball Team for 2012-13 Season
PORTALES, N.M. — Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball coach Lindsey Wilson has announced the signing of Gerianne Cox (G, 5-1, Portales, N.M./Home Schooled/San Jacinto Christian Academy) to play for the Zias in the upcoming 2012-13 season. Cox will help bolster the Zia roster, which qualified for the Lone Star Conference tournament last season, for the first time since 2003-04.
Cox was a four-year starter varsity starter at point guard and guided San Jacinto Christian Academy to a pair of state titles. For her efforts, she was chosen all-state and all-district twice. On three occasions, she was selected as the SJCA Defensive Player of the Year.
Also strong academically, Cox made the honor roll all four years and was a member of the National Honor Society. She was a member of the student council, praise team and leadership team. – Adam Pitterman
Collier Joins Zia Basketball Team for 2012-13 Season
PORTALES, N.M. — Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball coach Lindsey Wilson has announced the signing of Taylor Collier (Jr., G, 5-9, Fort Worth, Texas/Dunbar HS/McLennan CC) to play for the Zias in the upcoming 2012-13 season. Wilson looks to Collier to help build on the success of last season, which included the first trip to the Lone Star Conference tournament in eight years.
Collier, played for head coach Ricky Rhodes at McLennan CC, and is coming off a stellar sophomore season, which saw her garner Second Team All-North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference laurels. She was the fifth leading scorer in the conference, with 12.4 points per game, which included a season-best 26-point outburst in a victory over Southwestern Christian. Her performance led MCC to seven NTJCAC victories. As a freshman, she averaged 8.57 points for the Highlassies. Also strong academically, Collier was chosen to the 2011-12 All-Academic Team.
In 2007, under Head Coach Ebony Shaw, Collier led Dunbar High School to the District 4A state championship. For her efforts, she was selected first team all-district. At DHS, Collier was a Radio Shack Scholar and member of the National Honor Society. In 2010, she was a scholar athlete and appeared in Who’s Who Among American High Schoolers. – Adam Pitterman
79 Greyhounds and Zias Named to LSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll
RICHARDSON, TEXAS — For the 2011-12 academic year, 79 Eastern New Mexico University athletes have qualified for the Lone Star Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll. The performance surpassed last year’s accomplishments, which saw 65 Greyhounds and Zias earn a spot on the commissioner’s honor roll.
This is the second year that the Commissioner’s Honor Roll program is being announced after the conclusion of the spring academic term with student-athletes qualifying based on grade point average for the current academic year. Previously, the honorees qualified by cumulative GPA and were announced by sport at the end of each respective season. To be eligible for the Commissioner’s Honor Roll, student-athletes must have a minimum 3.30 GPA for the current academic year and be active on the roster.
The football team topped the men’s sports, with 15 athletes on the list, while the women’s soccer team qualified 14 student athletes.
Information provided by The Lone Star Conference
|Michael Medina||Sr.||Baseball||Criminal Justice||Las Cruces, NM|
|Timothy Ballard||Fr.||Baseball||Undeclared||North Pole, Alaska|
|Dalton Britt||So.||Football||Biology||Clovis, NM|
|Kyle Stephens||Fr.||Football||Biology||Augusta, Georgia|
|Angela Sandoval||Fr.||Women's Soccer||Elementary Educ\Special Educ||Albuquerque, NM|
|Emma Sabik||Fr.||Women's Soccer||Elementary Educ\Special Educ||Albuquerque, NM|
|Olivia Armstrong||Fr.||Women's Soccer||Communicative Disorders||Albuquerque, NM|
|Reavis Best||Fr.||Women's Basketball||Biology||Portales, NM|
|Kyle Lantz||So.||Men's Basketball||Biology||Albuquerque, NM|
|Megan Bryant||Sr.||Women's Cross Country, Track & Field||Art||Carlsbad, NM|
|Elizabeth Velasquez||Fr.||Softball||Undeclared||Las Cruces, NM|
|Jeremy Buurma||So.||Football||Accounting||Las Cruces, NM|
|Alberta Medina||Fr.||Softball||Undeclared||Las Cruces, NM|
|Beth Blind||Fr.||Women's Cross Country, Track & Field||Animal and Dairy Science||Kennedale, Texas|
|Elijah Finch||So.||Football||Computer Science/Mathematics||Farmington, NM|
|Kellie Hogan||Fr.||Women's Soccer||Physical Education||North Salt Lake City, Utah|
|Amber Vega||R.Fr.||Women's Soccer||Biology||El Paso, Texas|
|Seth Bailey||So.||Football||Mathematics for Secondary Educ||Texico, NM|
|Tori Northcutt||Sr.||Women's Basketball||Biology||Clovis, NM|
|Dylan Houlihan||Fr.||Men's Basketball||Education||Albuquerque, NM|
|Aaron Anderson||So.||Baseball||Health and Physical Education||29 Palms, Calif.|
|Stefan Mills||Jr.||Football||Mathematics||Clovis, NM|
|Linda Vicario||Fr.||Women's Soccer, Track & Field||Mathematics||El Paso, Texas|
|Zachary Fort||So.||Men's Cross Country, Track & Field||Business Administration||Albuquerque, NM|
|Amber Williford||Fr.||Women's Basketball||Biology||DeSoto, Texas|
|Wesley Wood||Jr.||Football||Mathematics||Muleshoe, Texas|
|Jonathon Quint||Jr.||Football||Business Administration||Dalhart, Texas|
|Motohide Asai||Jr.||Baseball||Business||Lake Oswego, Ore.|
|Irwin Vera||Fr.||Men's Cross Country, Track & Field||Undecided||Sunland Park, NM|
|Matthew Dominguez||So.||Men's Track & Field||Bio-Chemistry||Las Cruces, NM|
|Manuel Trevizo||Fr.||Men's Cross Country, Track & Field||Undecided||Albuquerque, NM|
|Dallas Russell||Jr.||Volleyball||Animal and Dairy Science||Portales, NM|
|Mitchell Wolfe||R.Sr.||Baseball||History||Litchfield Park, Ariz.|
|Emily Anne Lubbers||Jr.||Volleyball, Women's Track & Field||Elementary Educ\Special Educ||Yuma, Colo.|
|Amy Smith||Fr.||Softball||Biology||Pasadena, Texas|
|Ashley VerBerkmoes||Jr.||Women's Soccer||Business Administration||Castle Rock, Colo.|
|Michael Stewart||Jr.||Men's Soccer||Biology||Katy, Texas|
|Chase Kyser||Jr.||Football||English||Roswell, NM|
|Alysas Prince||Fr.||Women's Soccer||Physical Education||Las Cruces, NM|
|Brendan Schleyer||Fr.||Men's Soccer||Biology||Albuquerque, NM|
|Renee Romero||Fr.||Women's Soccer||Wildlife and Fisheries Science||Albuquerque, NM|
|Brittany Buchanan||So.||Women's Cross Country, Track & Field||Management||Albuquerque, NM|
|Logan O'Brien||Fr.||Football||Biology||San Angelo, Texas|
|Dylan Montano||So.||Baseball||Political Science||Albuquerque, NM|
|Gerilyn Armijo||So.||Women's Soccer||Biology||Las Cruces, NM|
|Ryan Pruitt||Sr.||Baseball||Physical Education||Glendale, Ariz.|
|Hannah Altheide||Jr.||Women's Basketball||Communication||El Paso, Texas|
|Matthew Nilo||R.Sr.||Baseball||Electrical Engineering||Aledo, Texas|
|Esther Chacon||Fr.||Women's Soccer||Biology||El Paso, Texas|
|Kuuleiokealo Vonschriltz||Fr.||Softball||Undeclared||Las Cruces, NM|
|Ashley Dahle||Fr.||Women's Track & Field||Family and Consumer Science||Moscow, Kan.|
|Adrienne Montoya||So.||Women's Cross Country, Track & Field||Elementary Educ\Special Educ||Estancia, NM|
|Robert Wride||Jr.||Men's Track & Field||Electronics Engr Tech Comp||Alamogordo, NM|
|Romy Grieve||Fr.||Women's Soccer||Forensic Science||Aberdeen, Scottland|
|Andrew Wilkinson||So.||Men's Soccer||Physical Education||Lewes, East Sussex, England|
|Nicole Reid||Sr.||Women's Cross Country, Track & Field||Psychology/Criminal Justice||Pueblo, Colo.|
|Katlyn Medrano||Sr.||Softball||Digital Filmmaking||Tecumseh, Kan.|
|David Tulikihihifo||Jr.||Football||Criminal Justice||Lawndale, Calif.|
|Breanna Pendleton||Fr.||Women's Track & Field||Business Administration||Bakersfield, Calif.|
|Michael Stephens||Fr.||Football||Mathematics for Secondary Educ||Rockwall, Texas|
|Alysia Carrasco||Fr.||Women's Soccer||Elementary Educ\Special Educ||Albuquerque, NM|
|Luiz Buosi Bachiega||So.||Men's Soccer||Business Administration||Sao Paulo, Brazil|
|Sean Gahan||So.||Baseball||Accounting||Albuquerque, NM|
|Russell, Hartshorn||Sr.||Baseball||Electrical Engineering||Tijeras, NM|
|Niciole Kimball||Fr.||Softball||Biology||Amarillo, Texas|
|Savannah Chavez||Fr.||Softball||Undeclared||Albuquerque, NM|
|Tyler Vance||Jr.||Baseball||Pre-Physical Therapy||Amarillo, Texas|
|Malik Boukacem||Fr.||Men's Soccer||Chemistry - Interdisciplinary||Dallas, Texas|
|Tommie Armstrong||Fr.||Men's Track & Field||Undecided||Ruidoso Downs, NM|
|Adrian Horton||Fr.||Football||Undeclared||Midland, Texas|
|Nicklas Waterhouse||Fr.||Men's Track & Field||Biochemistry\Chemistry||Farmington, NM|
|Lloyd Black||Jr.||Football||Business Administration||Rochester, New York|
|Victoria Perez||R.Fr.||Women's Soccer||Art||Rio Rancho, NM|
|Dillan Metzgar||R.Fr.||Football||Physical Education||Rio Rancho, NM|
|Shawna Blaisure||Fr.||Women's Track & Field||Criminal Justice||McIntosh, NM|
|Morgan Miller||So.||Softball||Communicative Disorders||Bay City, Texas|
|Alesha-Marie Jones||Jr.||Women's Cross Country, Track & Field||Communicative Disorders||Wilcox, Ariz.|
|Christopher Bataska||R.So.||Baseball||Political Science||Walnut Creek, Calif.|
|Theresa Chacon||Sr.||Athletic Training||Physical Education||Portales, NM|
– Adam Pitterman
Griffin Joins Zia Basketball Team for 2012-13 Season
PORTALES, N.M. — Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball coach Lindsey Wilson has announced the signing of Lakeescia Griffin (So., G, 5-2, El Paso, Texas/Riverside HS/South Plains College) to play for the Zias in the upcoming 2012-13 season. Wilson looks to Griffin to bolster a team, which reached the Lone Star Conference tournament for the first time since the 2003-04 season.
Griffin registered a stellar senior campaign for the Rangers, garnering District 2-4A Defensive Player of the Year and making the El Paso Times All-City Second Team. She also was chosen as the Most Valuable Player of El Paso’s Southwest Shootout Tournament in back-to-back seasons. A First Team All-District 2-4A choice as a junior, she earned El Paso Times Honorable Mention All-City honors in 2009 and 2010. Griffin also was named District 2-4A Co-Offensive Player of the Year as a sophomore.
A versatile athlete, Griffin also competed for the Riverside High School track & field team. She placed third in the 1,600-meter relay in District 2-4A and won the 800-meter relay, setting a school and district record in the process.
Griffin was her class Valedictorian and earned Texas Girls Coaches Association Academic All-State honors. She was a Top Recognized student in the Ysleta Independent School District by Superintendent, in consecutive years.
At South Plains, Griffin led the Lady Texans to six Western Junior College Athletic Conference wins. In a Region V playoff game against Weatherford College, she tied for the team lead, with three steals. – Adam Pitterman
Samoei and Elizondo Named Greatest Greyhound and Greatest Zia for 2011-12
PORTALES, N.M. —Eastern New Mexico University Athletic Director Dr. Jeff Geiser has announced that Isaiah Samoei (Jr., Eldoret, Kenya/Iowa Western CC) and Andrea Elizondo (R-Jr., El Paso, Texas/Eastwood HS) have been selected as the Greatest Greyhound and Greatest Zia for the 2011-12 year. Each coach nominates one athlete from their team for the award, and the ENMU athletic staff votes to determine the top male and female athlete of the year.
Samoei was Eastern’s top performer in both cross country and track & field and was the Hounds’ first track All-American since the program joined the NCAA in the 1980’s. In cross country, he became Eastern’s first Lone Star Conference champion, pacing the Greyhounds to the conference title as a team. Samoei went on to lead Eastern to a NCAA Division II South Central title, with a second-place finish. He earned USTFCCCA All-South Central Region, Lone Star Conference Newcomer of the Year and All-LSC honors, for his efforts and was chosen as LSC Runner of the Week on October 16th. Samoei established a new Greyhound record time of 31:05.30 in the 10k at the regional championships. In track & field, he became Eastern’s first automatic qualifier for any track & field event, with a Greyhound record time in the 10,000-meter run at Mt. Sac Relays. Samoei finished eighth in the NCAA Division II National Championships, to become ENMU’s second All-American at the NCAA level and first overall since the 1977 season. He won the Lone Star Conference championship in the 5,000m and 10,000m runs, was the conference runner-up in the 1,500m run, LSC Male Track Athlete of the Week (April 25, May 2).
Elizondo scored in the Zias LSC tournament-clinching win over Incarnate Word, and again at West Texas A&M. She also had an assist in the win over UIW. Elizondo was a catalyst at the midfield position, which helped the Zias post the best save percentage and goals against average in team history. The 2011 season marked the first sub-1.00 goals against average in team history and the second time the Zias qualified for the Lone Star Conference tournament. – Adam Pitterman
The ENMU Foundation, Athletics and Alumni Affairs invite all Alumni and Friends to join us in Arlington, TX on Friday, September 14 for the Lone Star Conference Football Festival. Your ENMU Greyhounds will be taking on the University of the Incarnate Word Cardinals at 3:30pm (CDT) in Cowboys Stadium. For more information about this event or to buy tickets visit, www.enmu.edu/enmu-cowboysstadium
Defensive Driving Course – In order to drive a University vehicle, an Enterprise vehicle, or a leased vehicle for the University, the State of New Mexico requires you to have completed the six-hour National Safety Council Defensive Driving Certification program. The six-hour course will be offered Tuesday, July 10 at 1:10 p.m. The class will be held at the College of Business, Room 117. For more information please call the Physical Plant at 562.2511.
Students and Recent Graduates Can Win a Free iPad – Win an iPad! Are you a college student or recent college graduate? Answer a few questions about your financial experience during college by June 30 for your chance to win! http://ow.ly/bnccz
Non-Credit Courses – Distance Education and Outreach invites staff and students to sign up for non-credit courses:
The course descriptions can be viewed by clicking on this link: http://www.enmu.edu/academics/distance-ed/non-credit/index.shtml
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Support for "Little Bear" Fire –
Hello United Way Friends,
It has been excruciating watching the devastating footage of charred ruined homes and blazing mountainsides in Ruidoso. Over 250 structures have been lost, many of them permanent homes for families and individuals.
Emergency responders are on the scene and American Red Cross is providing shelters, food, etc while waiting for the chance to assess the longterm effects on families. In this time before all the details are known, Ruidoso is preparing for the Longterm recovery of its community. FEMA is sending in a team to help Ruidoso Community Leaders put a organization in place for Longterm recovery (which will take months or even years) for the families involved.
If you would like to support this RECOVERY from distraught homelessness, please consider making a MONETARY donation to the Response Organization (Red Cross, etc) of your choice or if you wish you may give through United Way of Eastern New Mexico. A "Little Bear Fire Donation" through United Way will be forwarded 100% to the Longterm Recovery Committee in Ruidoso once it is established.
In 2007, donations from all over the state poured into Clovis to help our Tornado Victims. Those precious gifts allowed our local recovery committee to help over 100 families regain their footing with over 18 months of effort and coordination. One amazing way we can honor those givers is to "pay it forward" to our neighbors in Ruidoso.
Your DOLLARS are the best gift because items that get sent sometimes swamp the community with stuff that may or may not be needed at the moment. Your DOLLARS always provide the affected community with the power to procure the supplies they need most.
In addition, your DOLLARS given to a longterm recovery organization established in that community will allow the community to serve families after all the other resources have come up short.
Please GIVE today to help Ruidoso families regain their homes and their hope.
Executive Director UWEN
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For more information about adopting or fostering through the New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department, please visit www.CYFD.org or call 1.800.432.2075.
Notice To Public from Constructors, Inc.
US 70/1st and 2nd Street Portales, NM Pavement Rehabilitation, and Reconstruction Project
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) has begun pavement rehabilitation work on a 2.64 mile section of US 70 and 1st and 2nd Street between miler marker 421 to 423, approximately.
The scope of the project will include but is not limited to: Earthwork, mill and inlay, roadway reconstruction, ADA, curb and gutter, concrete drivepads, erosion control, lighting, signals, signing, striping, traffic control, landscaping, and misc. construction as needed.
Constructors, Inc. is the contractor for the project and will begin work in the vicinity of University Drive and work will proceed mainly east on US 70/2nd Street towards downtown Portales.
Work is scheduled to be completed late summer 2013. During that time, a single-lane closure will be in place on 1st and 2nd Street Monday - Friday. Motorists are asked to watch for construction personnel working in the area, observe temporary lane closures, and reduce speed while work is taking place.
For up-to-date information on construction projects in New Mexico, go to the NMDOT road advisory website at, www.nmroads.com<http://www.nmroads.com> or dial 511. The departments asks that motorists please use caution and obey posted speed limits in construction zones.
Anyone with questions or comments regarding this project may contact Richard Gonzales, Portales Project Manager for the NMDOT at 356-0047.
Click here<http://cloud.chambermaster.com/userfiles/UserFiles/chambers/1197/File/PSA-Portales.pdf> to view public announcment.
Non-Emergency Number for University Police is 562.2392 – The non-emergency number to reach University Police is 562.2392. The 311 number is no longer used.
Open Staff Positions —The Office of Human Resources has job listings at http://www.enmu.edu/services/hr/.
ENMU Establishes Fraud Hotline – If you have knowledge or suspicion of fraud committed by an employee of the University, call 1.866.788.7016 or 562.4150 and the Office of Internal Audits will investigate and report it to the proper authorities if necessary.
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You may remain anonymous, however, please feel free to contact the auditor, directly at 562.2105 or leave your name and number at the end of the message and she will contact you.
How to Perform CPR – When an adult suddenly collapses, call 9-1-1 and immediately begin chest compressions. Do so by placing both hands in the center of the chest, on top of the other, and push hard and fast until help arrives. Learn more at http://www.handsonlycpr.org.
Friendly Tips About Monday Memo Style – For anyone who thinks that we arbitrarily change the way that they submit items to the Monday Memo, we are simply using (mostly) Associated Press style.
We do try to make items friendlier by using Dr. for professors (which the AP does not) and first names or Mr. or Ms. with last names for others on second reference – versus AP style of using last names without Dr., Mr., Ms. or Mrs.
We always capitalize and spell out days of the week: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
We spell out March, April, May, June and July. We abbreviate Jan., Feb., Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov. and Dec. (We do spell out all months in headlines.)
We write times as 6:30 a.m. or 7 p.m. – not as 6:30 am or 7:00pm.
We write dates as March 3, 2011, or Sept. 10, 2011, – not as Mar. 3rd, 2011 or September 10th 2011.
We do not capitalize majors: anthropology – not Anthropology (unless the word would normally be capitalized: English, Spanish).
We use professor of music – not Professor of Music.
We do not capitalize fall semester or spring semester.
We use "and" instead of "&" – spring and fall, not Spring & Fall.
We do capitalize formal names of departments or colleges – Counseling and Career Services, College of Business, Department of Communication (but not communication department).
We also go easy on exclamation points – if you win the lottery, it might be worth three !!!
We never capitalize every letter in a word – FIRST FOOTBALL GAME SATURDAY NIGHT!!! (unless it's the correct spelling for a company, restaurant, etc. – ECEL, TGIF).
We are not trying to offend anyone by editing their copy – just following guidelines.
This is just a friendly explanation.
For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.