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Embodied Prayer at the First Presbyterian Church July 29

Embodied Prayer. Free. Come learn how to pray with your body; no experience necessary and any body can participate. Led by Shirin McArthur: 505-918-0501. 6:30-8 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 1915 N. Swan St.

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Grant County Food Pantry Can Use Produce

Excess Zuchs? Food Pantry Can Use Produce 7/29 and 8/1!

Timing of food bank deliveries relative to our next two food distributions at the Grant County Food Pantry leaves us with no market excess produ-- Continue reading

Weekend at the Hearst, July 17-19

Weekend at the Hearst, July 17-19

#1 Shown is Sandy Feutz's photography of a hummingbird enjoying the nectar of the ocotillo blooms. "Ocotillo and Hummer Delight! "

#2 is Tom Vaughan's photography showing a quail giving a mating call.-- Continue reading

Silver City Police Department Blotter – July 10 - July 12, 2015

Friday, July 10

Larceny
E. Highway 180
Caller advised that his generator has been stolen.

Criminal trespass warning
Leslie Road
Caller advised that she wants a CTW issued to a named male believed to-- Continue reading

Help Build a Chipcrete Wall at the Office of Sustainability, Part 2 - July 26

Learn about chipcrete wall construction with Gordon West of Restoration Technologies at 1106 N. Pope St. from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. On the 25th we will remove the forms and apply lime plaster to the wa-- Continue reading

Help Build a Chipcrete Wall at the Office of Sustainability - July 18

Learn about chipcrete wall construction with Gordon West of Restoration Technologies. On the 18th we will be setting up the forms and mixing and placing the chipcrete into the forms for the wall aroun-- Continue reading

Gila Native Plant Society July 19 Field Trip

On Sunday, July 19, the Gila Native Plant Society will sponsor a field trip to the riparian area at the Gila River Middle Box.

The public is invited to join free of charge. Participants should meet at-- Continue reading

Free Yoga Therapy Presentation - July 16

Health Forum - Healing through Yoga Therapy with Matthew Sommerville

On Thursday, July 16, 2015 from 12 noon to 1 pm, Matthew Sommerville will give a presentation on the way yoga therapy addresses str-- Continue reading

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