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Silver City Police Department blotter – April 27 through April 30, 2015

Monday, April 27

Request officer
Highway 180 and 32nd Street Bypass
Camping in the city limits. Officer spoke with a named male and advised that he will be picking up his camp and leaving.

Battery
Pine S-- Continue reading

Silver City Woman's Club Monthly Meeting Announcement

The Silver City Woman's Club will have their monthly meeting on the 2nd Friday of each month at 10:30; the location is 411 Silver Heights Blvd. Please save the date. You are welcome to attend our monthly member's meeting. Call Kathleen at 575- 538-3452 for additional information.

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Recycling Creates Jobs Workshop

May 6, 3-4 p.m. Free workshop. Recycling professionals from the NM Recycling Coalition and local organizations will assist the development and support the growth of recycling-related businesses that m-- Continue reading

The Volunteer Center of Grant County – Give Grandly

On behalf of our board, staff, volunteers and most of all, the people we serve, please remember the Volunteer Center on May 5, Give Grandly Day! Stop by our office at 501 E. 13th St. or come see us at-- Continue reading

Hutchings Fine Art Gallery Open House

Hutchings Fine Art opens its door Friday, May 1. 3 – 6 p.m. 406b Bullard St. Vibrant color fills the gallery through Deborah Hutchings' impressionist realism paintings. Paired with Navajo weavings by a-- Continue reading

“Our Gifts from Spain: How Mediterranean Plants and Foods Came to New Mexico”, a Free Chautauqua Presentation

“Our Gifts from Spain: How Mediterranean Plants and Foods Came to New Mexico”, a Free Chautauqua Presentation

Bill Dunmire will present "Our Gifts from Spain: How Mediterranean Plants and Foods Came to New Mexico" at the Silver City Museum Annex on Thursday, May 7th, 2015 from 12 noon to 1 pm. The Museum Anne-- Continue reading

Campgrounds Open at Quemado Lake

QUEMADO, N.M.; April 30, 2015 – The Juniper and Pinon Campgrounds at Quemado Lake on the Gila National Forest will open for the summer season Friday, May 1. Camp hosts are in place and the potable water-- Continue reading

Church of the Good Shepherd May 2015 Taize Service

The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd will host a Taizé service at 5:30 pm, Friday, May 8, 2015. Taizé-style worship consists of sung prayer, alternating with spoken scripture readings, spoken praye-- Continue reading

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