Community Notes: Gayle to sing at Methodist Church, Schultz to talk at Presbyterian, Udall seeks student artwork

April 1: Deadine for candidates to withdraw
Candidates for the Primary Election are reminded that April 1 is the last day to withdraw their candidacy from the June 4, Primary Election.

Gayle set to sing at Methodist Church
Four-time female vocalist of the year and 2007 female vocalist of the decade, Suzy Gayle, will present a concert at the Center Street Methodist Church at 6 p.m. Sunday.
The concert is open and free to the public. A love offering will be taken and Gayle will have some of her albums available for sale. Everyone is invited to come, receive a blessing and be refreshed.

Schultz to speak at First Presbyterian
Donald Schultz of Melrose, Fla., will be the featured speaker at the First Presbyterian Church, 306 E. Aber Ave., at 11 a.m. Sunday. Schultz, the son of Presbyterian missionaries to the leper colonies, was born in India in 1932. At the age of 10, with World War II threatening their existence, the Schultz family sailed across two oceans to New York City, evading Nazi U-boats along the way.
After graduating from Colorado State University, his professional football career was cut short by a knee injury that altered his course in life. He returned to graduate school, became an agricultural specialist, and lived and worked in a number of foreign countries.
Schultz crossed paths with Earl Page and Leon Cooper while working summer stints at Carlsbad Caverns in the mid-1950s.
All are invited to the presentation.

Udall announces student art contest
U.S. Rep. Tom Udall (D-N.M.) has announced it’s time for submissions to the the 2008 Congressional Art Competition, according to a press release.
Each year high school students from across the nation are invited to submit their original works of art to their Member of Congress for the competition.
Submissions must be original in concept, and can be in the form of paintings, drawings, collages, prints, photographs or mixed media or computer generated pieces.
“Each year brings out our state’s promising young artists, and the winning artist will have the honor of exhibiting their art for all members of Congress and visitors to the Capitol,” Udall said in the release.
Artwork must be delivered to Rep. Udall’s Santa Fe office no later than 4 p.m. on April 25. The office is at 811 St. Michaels Drive, Suite 104.
For more information call Michael Lopez or Emily Lynn at (505) 984-8950 or visit Udall’s website at www.tomudall.house.gov and look under Services.