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Grant County Prospectors in Santa Fe

Today, Jan. 29, 2014, was Grant County Day at the Legislature in Santa Fe.

The community lobbying group, the Grant County Prospectors, were there to promote their priorities to legislators and state officials.

The following photos are courtesy of Carla Aragon, Media Relations, House Majority.

At left, Jack Brennan, Terry Anderson, and Bruce Ashburn of the Grant County Prospectors were guests of Rep. Rodolpho "Rudy" Martinez.

Above, Frida Gonzalez and Gabrielle Begay from WNMU were student shadows of Rep. Martinez.


On the floor of the House, the Silver City Stompers, a line dance group, performed for the representatives, as guests of Rep. Dianne Hamilton.

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