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Members of the Bernalillo High School Spartan Cheer Team pose with the third-place trophy they won in state competition and certificates of recognition from the Bernalillo Town Council standing in the background. From left to right are Head Coach Jennifer Jaramillo, Jackie Mendoza, RaeAnn Sisneros, Joseline Montoya, Brenda Felix, Manager Deandra Sisneros, Amara Uvina and Assistant Coach Ashley Faraone. The 22-member coed team collectively maintains a 3.1 grade point average, and a number couldn't attend the presentation because they have after-school jobs. Absent were Mya Adams, Lessley Altamirano, Kimberly Arizmendy, Alex Diaz, Jennifer Flores, Indiana Madrid, Brianna Marquez, Oscar Montez, Alana Mora, Marissa Navarrette, Alfonso Platas, Gilbert Quintana, Michelle Rivals, Shantel Rodgriguez, Janeth Romo, Esrin Schilz, Maya Uvina and Manager Dominique Jeantete. Photo credit: Bill Diven


History program at Jemez Springs Library

Jemez Springs Public Library presents “Telling Our Stories,” an Interactive Program about Jemez Valley History, held on May 20, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., in the Conference Room. The program is an opportunity for current and former residents—and anyone else who is interested—to contribute to and learn more about local history. Participants may choose from a variety of activities, including a review of the Jemez Valley History website, making a video of personal stories, scanning and sharing historic photos, participating in a memoir exercise, visiting with a genealogist, and visiting with a New Mexico author who has published her own memoir.

Judith Isaacs, volunteer coordinator of the Jemez Valley History project, has been working with other volunteers and library staff to create a website sponsored by the library. “We would like to record for future generations as many stories as we can about the pioneers who settled here and their descendants,” she said. “To see what has been posted to date, go to www.jemezvalleyhistory.org. You will find information on land grants, historic structures, early pioneer families, logging, mining, and much more. We need help from the community to create a complete record.”

For more information, call Judith Isaacs at 575-829-3382, or Jemez Springs Public Library, at 575-829-9155.


Sixth annual Iris show comes to Rio Rancho

The Enchanted Vista Iris Society presents “Beautiful Blooms,” an Iris flower show at the Haynes Community Center, 2006 Grande Boulevard SE in Rio Rancho. There is no admission fee and entries are taken in from 7:00 to 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 6. The show is open for viewing from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. that same day. For further information, call Patricia Randall at 505-252-4863 or email patannran@msn.com.

 
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