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    tion recognizes the importance of programs to train and supplement students for thejob market. "ENMU-Ruidoso playsa criticalrole in our community, servingstudentswho are pursuinghighereducation and helpingpeople preparefor newjobs," explains President

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    For team and country

    , , ToddFuqua/Ruidoso Free Press Ruidoso players enter the field at W.O. Horton Stadium proudly carrying the red, white and blue before' their game against Tularosa on Friday. The game

    . was both a continuation of the Ruldoso-Tularosa rivalry and a showcase for the Wounded Warrior Project, dedicated to care for men and women severely injured during service to their country. See full story onpg. 13.

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    c1ude art and yoga classes, weeklywalking and discussion groups, social functions and monthly member breakfastsat Cree Meadows Country Club, on the fourth Saturday of the month at 9:30 a.m, Member- ship is open to any Lincoln County resident 49 years or older. For more information, call258-2120 or Visit WWW,sac- mtnvillage.org.

    SAA meets every Thursday from 5:30-6:30 p.rn, at the Episcopal Church at the Holy Mountain at 321 Mescalero Trail Road. For more informa- tion, call575-956-3101 or 575- 336-4187.

    Vietnam Veterans of Amer- ica" Lincoln-Otero Chapter 1062, meets every fourth Wednesday at the American Legion Building, located at the corner of Spring Roadand Highway 70 East in Ruidoso Downs. For more information, call President Jerry Ligon at 808-1114 or Vice PresidentVic Currierat 802-5293.


    Cally likes lots of

    attention and talks

    alot, She is 5 years old:

    Panda is just

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    be around. 5 years old.

    Taco is mostly white with an orange tail and

    other orange spots. He is more shy than the

    others. He and Sammy are especially close to

    each other. Sammy is good-natured and he

    loves to just hang out. Both are about 5 to 6 years old.

    Ruidoso Gambling Sup- port meets the first and third Wednesdayof every month at 5:45 p.m. in the Lincoln Tower at 1096MechemDr., Suite212. Formore information, call575-' 464-7106.

    The Ruidoso Noon Lions meet at 11:30 a.rn, each Tues- day at Cree Meadows Country Club.

    Ruidoso Home Care and Hospice offers bereavement and grief support groups for those who have had losses in their lives. Two groups are available - Tuesday from 5-6 p.rn. or Friday from noon to 1 p.rn, The groups meet at Ruidoso Home Health and Hospice, in the conference room, at 592 Gavilan Canyon Rd. For'ques- tions or directions, call Lyn Shulerat 258-0028.

    . Ruidoso Masonic Lodge No. 73 meets firstMondayof each month, 7:30 p.rn, If the first Monday is a national holiday, the meeting will be held on the Second Monday. Dinner Is at 6;030 p.m, Formore Informa- tion, call575-442-2026.

    Women Helping Women, a support group' for domestic violencevictimsand survivors, meets Wednesdays from 2-3

    Sacramento Mountain ViI- prn, at Sweet Charity, 26156 lage Is a network of older Highway 70. The group offers adults in Ruidoso and sur- • support, resource referraland rounding communities who information about children's support independent living by issues and problems. There is offeringservicesand activities no cost and bilingual services .that keep seniors healthy and are available.. happy In their own homes. If you have questions, please Benefits of membership in- callthe Nestat 378-6378.


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    The kitties are all spayed! neutered. declawed and current on vaccinations.

    For mere information, call Bob or Gail at 336-8119,

    leave a message.'

    Gun Range located on Hale Lake Road. Registration is at 9 a.rn, matches start at 10 a.rn. The public is welcome to par- ticipate or watch the action. During the shooting matches, all other shooting is suspend- ed. For more information, call Avery (AKA Rowdy Lane) at 937-9297.

    The Lincoln County Sher- iff's Posse is part of American Western historythat continues today. 'The Posse meets the first Sunday of each month at 2 p.rn. at the headquarters lo- cated a milesouth ofCarrlzozo on Highway 54. For more In- formation, visit www.ltncoln- countysheriffsposse.org or call 575-512-7077.

    Optimist Club meets at noon everyWednesdayat K-Bobs.

    The Photographic Society of Lincoln County - dedicated to the advancement of digital photography - meets the sec- ond Thursday of each month at 7 p.rn,in the RegionIX offic- es at 237ServiceRoad. Annual dues are $15 per family which includes lectures and field trips,Contact Leland Deford at 257-8662 'or Herb Brunnell at 258-4003.

    RotaryClubof"Ruidosomeets at CreeMeadows CountryClub noon everyTuesday.

    Ruidoso Evening Lions Club meets each Tuesday at 7 p.rn, at 106S.Overlook.

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    ~PRESBYTERIAN Lincoln County Medical Center

    Lincoln County Medical Center (LCMC) is pleased to welcome physical therapist Lisa Crenshaw, PT, OPT, as the new manager of our Rehabilitation Services department. Lisa has extensive experience in pediatric care and also provides wound care and therapy for orthopedics and elderly patients. .

    A lifelong Lincoln County resident, Lisa returns to the LCMC Rehabilitation Services Department with 25 years of experience as a physical therapist in schools throuqhout the region and a Doctorate of Physic;1 Therapy with a Pediatric emphasis.

    Lisa will see patients at the Therapy Center Monday . through Friday, 8 am. to 5 p.m. For more information call

    (575) 257-8239 or ask your primary care provider for a referral.

    , Lincoln County Medical Center Adds Experienced Physical Therapist \

    and provldlnq scholarships, meets Mondays at 11 arn, at 116 S.Evergreen Dr. Apotluck lunch at noon is followed by bridgeand other cardgames. Aspecial program is also pre- sented most months. The group and hostsYoga Wednes- days.Fortimes or further Infor- mation,call257-2309.

    Firefighters for Christ meet monthlyat the Ruidoso Downs Racetrack Chapelat 7 p.rn,This service is open to firefighters and their families. Formore in- formation, call258-4682.






    Brass concert GatewayBrass, the brass quin- tet from the United States Air Force Band of the West, will present a free concert on WednesdaY at 7 p.rn,at the Ru- idosoSchool's Performing Arts Center. The quintet travels more than 20,000 milesannually and ap- pears in more than 100 con- certs and clinics. Gateway Brass performs at military cer- emonies, conducts education- al clinics and presents enter- taining community concerts throughout Texas, Louisiana, Arizona and NewMexico. The band will also conduct a mas- ter class for the Ruidoso High Schoolbandthatda~

    State Finance Authority The New Mexico Finance Au- thority hosts a meeting to as- sistbusinesseswiththeirfinan- cialneeds thisThursdayin the First National BankAtrium, 400 E. 10thStreet in Alamogordo. Financial institutions are also invited to a discussion on helping meet customers' bor- rowing needs. The business session is 9-10 a.m., while the lender session is from 11 a.rn. to noon. RVSP to the Al- amogordo Chamber at 575- 437-6120.

    Early voting Early votingforthis year'selec- tions will begin starting Oct. 20 at the Ruidoso SeniorCen- ter and Oct. 22 at the Lincoln County Clerk's office in Car- rizozo. Early voting ends Nov. 3, three days before election • day on Nov. 6.

    The Tempest Ruidoso High School's Red FeatherTheatre Company will present all five acts of Shake- speare'sTheTempest, Nov. 1-3 at the Ruidoso School's Per- formingArtsCenter.' Forgiveness and reconciliation is a major theme throughout, with an array of characters in- cluding' a sorcerer, monster, prince power hungry royalty, drunken mariners, goddesses

    Trick or Trunk Children birth through fifth grade