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Gila Back Country Horsemen work on 100 miles trail in 2016

Gila Back Country Horsemen work on 100 miles trail in 2016

2016 Trail Clearing Summary:

Attached is a list of the trails cleared so far this year. It has been a fantastic year.

The club's last project was a 6 day pack trip into the Pryor Cabin area in th-- Continue reading

Imagination Library Advocates Reading Aloud to Boost the Brain

Imagination Library Advocates Reading Aloud to Boost the Brain

Lila Rodriguez and her grandfather.Reading to children in their earliest years has been proven as an effective strategy for cognitive development and reading proficiency, which is why the Imagination-- Continue reading

Santa Claus visits Millie's Bake House

Santa Claus visits Millie's Bake House

Millie's Bake House on Bullard Street featured Santa Claus AKA Barry Smith to raise money for The Children's Network. Pictured are Ashley Ogas, Santa Claus and Aaron Chavez. Ogas and Chavez work at M-- Continue reading

Ribbon cutting at 1st New Mexico Bank

Ribbon cutting at 1st New Mexico Bank

1st New Mexico Bank celebrated the completion of its remodeling project with an Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony today. All the construction work was done by local contractors. This local bank i-- Continue reading

Silver City Woman's Club presents $1000 check to KISS

Silver City Woman's Club presents $1000 check to KISS

Left to right: Vera MacGregor, Susanne KeeVera MacGregor, Community Outreach chair of the Silver City Woman's' Club, recently presented Susanne Kee, the Executive Director of Kids in Need of Supportiv-- Continue reading

GRMC puts together Thanksgiving gift baskets

GRMC puts together Thanksgiving gift baskets

The Gila Regional Medical Center (GRMC) Foundation and Auxiliary teamed up to put together Thanksgiving gift baskets for GRMC caregivers that are dealing with financial challenges this time of year. P-- Continue reading

Photos with Santa, 2016


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Ribbon Cutting at Ambercare

Ribbon Cutting at Ambercare

The Silver City Grant County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony during the Tuesday night open house for Ambercare. During the past year, Ambercare has grown so much they needed new off-- Continue reading

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