DWI Task Force, Birthday, special School Board meeting
Published: Saturday, August 25th, 2007
The Tucumcari Police Department is organizing a City DWI Task Force/Planning Council to serve for the purposes of the CDWI Grant. This meeting will be at noon on Sept. 4, 2007 at the Tucumcari Police Department Training Room. Please feel free to bring a bag lunch. This meeting will be an organizational meeting to set a permenant date, time, place, location and frequency for future meetings. We will also have election of officers, so please consider sharing your talents and serving in one of the positions. Everyone is welcome to attend and learn about being a member of the task force, Eight is great... Santiago Alires will celebrate his eighth birthday on Friday. He will have a birthday party on Sept. 8 with his family and friends in Clovis. His parents are Pablo and Ilene Alires of Tucumcari. His grandparents are Joe and Carmen Pino of Tucumcari, Boney and Angie Cordova of Clovis and Clavis and Susan Arnold of Albuquerque. His great-grandparents are Mary Pino and Carolina Lucero of Albuquerque and his great-grandmother Cordova of Clovis. Planning for New School.. The Tucumcari Public Schools Board of Education will have a special work session at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, along with the Steering Committee for the new Tucumcari High School. The work session will be held at the Tucumcari High School Choir Room, 1100 S. Seventh St. The purpose of the work session will be to begin the planning for new classrooms to match the school’s needs and curriculum. New center debuts.. On Thursday Mesalands Community College unveiled its new Health and Wellness Center to rave reviews. Student Vicki Strand said, “I’ve been going to the other one. This is really nice. And it’s got a shower.” The new facility was made possible by funds from a statewide General Obligation Bond, said college president Phillip O. Barry. Features at the center include TVs, new exercise machines and equipment, a weight room and more. Fitness classes will also be offered through the college. Picture perfect .. The folks at Everyone’s Federal Credit Union decided they could help raise the amount of their contribution to the United Way. So, they bought a painting of a windmill by Broadview artist, Margaret Pearce Mote, which they put up for raffle. The result was a $750 gift to the United Way. The winner of the painting was local businessman David Hale. Accepting the check from Andi Baum of the credit union are United Way board members. From left, are Don White, Doyle Frasier, Alan Wright, David Hale, Andi Baum, Kathleen Frasier, Vic Baum and Leslie Osborn.
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