Hidalgo Medical Services (HMS) would like to thank everyone who joined our 11th Annual Jump into Summer event on June 17, 2023, in Silver City. The event was enormously successful due to the many volunteers, event sponsors, and donors. The 2023 Jump Into Summer had over 550 attendees, 21 educational and event booths, and 17 volunteers. We would like to thank the HMS staff who participated in this event Steve Chavira, Christine Cutbirth, Yvonne Gomez, Ashley Hobbs, Patricia Jackson, Cassandra Jewell, Jackie Ramirez, Gina Sanchez, Ariel Taverez, Yvette Valenzuela, and Amy Wagner, as well as an extended thank you to the additional volunteers who served, Ruben Gomez, Nicki Hobbs, Linda Sanchez, Selena Valenzuela, Celia Vigil, and Dulce Vigil. Thank you to the event sponsors HMS, Western Sky Community Care, Freeport McMoran, Western New Mexico University, Silver City Elks Lodge, Western Bank, Morning Star, and Susan Staples. Another thank you for the in-kind donations from Albertsons, Bayard Food Basket, Birdwell's Vintage Vibes, City Cuts Barbershop, Chaos, G Boys Jerky, Kneeling Nun Mercantile, Iron Door, La Cocina Mexican Restaurant, Rejuvenate Massage, Roxy's, Shuffy's Barbershop, Silver City Food Basket, Simply Good Desserts, and Southwest Adolescent Group.

HMS has plans to host a similar event in Hidalgo County in the future, and we look forward to serving both Counties with a beautiful, community event. Another huge thank you to our staff, volunteers, donors, and sponsors. This event wouldn't have been able to impact over 550 lives without your help.


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