Join us for movie night on Saturday, April 22 at 6 p.m. in Perea Hall. The movie is Chocolat and is rated PG-13. Everyone is welcome and it’s free! Plan to stay for discussion after the movie, which is set in a small French village during the Lenten season. There’s much to discuss, including the . . .
Q: Please talk about your education and career path.A. BA-English Education Washburn University, Topeka, KS; MA-Communication Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM; EDD-Higher Education Administration Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Tx. I worked in dental offices during college; taught junior high English, taught college communication classes, was the Coordinator of Promotion for the ENMU College of . . .
Q. Please talk about your education and career path.A. For my undergraduate education I attended Jamestown College, a small Presbyterian affiliated liberal arts school in North Dakota. There were only about 400 students at the time. I did not make the decision for medical school until my senior year thus needed an extra year of . . .
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Each month, about 300 families benefit from the partnership between the Food Depot out of Santa Fe and the various Las Vegas agencies who have teamed up with this important resource. Currently the Food Depot is working with First United Presbyterian Church. The distribution events are coordinated by Karyl Lyne and Judy Long. We distributed . . .