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CIR: Former US Ambassador To Ukraine Delivers Final Fall Lecture Thursday Nov. 6

on October 31, 2014 - 4:15pm

John E. Herbst

CIF News:

Former US Ambassador to Ukraine John E. Herbst will deliver our fourth and final Fall lecture on the crisis in that beleaguered country at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6.

The venue is The Santa Fe Women's Club, 1616 Old Pecos Trail in Santa Fe. A full house is anticipated for this presentation, so interested parties should reserve their tickets as soon as possible. They may do so on line at sfcir.org or by calling 505.982.4931. Tickets are priced at $15 for members and $20 for non-members and guests. Full-time students 25 and under are admitted free with proper ID.

Veterans And Families Resource Day Nov. 3

on October 31, 2014 - 1:54pm

NMDVS News:

SANTA FE – Santa Fe Community College (SFCC) and the New Mexico Department of Veterans’ Services will host Veterans and Families Resource Day 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 3 in the Jemez Rooms on the SFCC campus at 6401 Richards Ave.

Representatives from federal, state and local veterans’ service organizations will be on hand to answer questions and provide information to veterans, active-duty personnel and their families about the types of assistance, resources and programs are available to them in northern New Mexico.

The event kicks off at 10 a.m.

Students Asked To Submit Idea For Volunteer Project With Meaningful Impact Abroad

on October 31, 2014 - 12:33pm

AFS-USA News:
  • Winning student will get to put their vision into action on a free, two-week program abroad

New York—AFS-USA, a global leader in intercultural student exchange programming, is asking American 8th-12th graders: What is one problem in the world that you would like to solve, and what type of volunteer project would you design to help solve it?”

Students are asked to submit a short essay or video outlining their idea for a volunteer project that could have a meaningful impact abroad.

Los Alamos Senior Class Photos Dating Back To 1950's To Be Electronically Stored For Easy Access

on October 31, 2014 - 10:03am
Senior class photos dating back to the 1950s being moved into storage at Los Alamos High School. Courtesy photo
 
LAHS News:

The Los Alamos High School senior class photos dating back to the 1950s that used to hang on the walls of old A-wing have been moved into storage at the high school. 

Eventually these photos will be stored electronically by the Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation, to allow past graduates to view them in an electronic format/kiosk on campus.

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Leadership Class Completes Community Programs Session

on October 30, 2014 - 12:45pm

Leadership Los Alamos participants listens to a panel discussion Oct. 17 at the Betty Ehart Senior Center. Courtesy photo

Leadership Los Alamos participants visit the Bandelier table during the Oct. 17 'non-profit' fair at Fuller Lodge. Courtesy photo

Another scene from the LLA 'non-profit' fair. Courtesy photo

Executive Director Heather McClenahan, right, of the Los Alamos Historical Society speaks with members of the 2015 Leadership Los Alamos class. Courtesy photo

LLA News:

  • Session included assisting the Senior Center, the Library and Historical Society

The Leadership Los Alamos Class

PEEC Amateur Naturalist: Green Gentian, A Curious Geometric Flower

on October 30, 2014 - 6:56am
PEEC Amateur Naturalist
Green Gentian, a Curious Geometric Flower
By ROBERT DRYJA

A remarkable plant can be seen blooming in the open pine forest and meadows of the high country on the way to the Valles Caldera and in Canada Bonita.

Its popular name is green gentian but it is also called deer’s ears, monument plant, or elk weed. Its scientific name is Frasera speciosa.

Green gentian grows as a set of leaves on a single stem that is low to the ground. The soft, fuzzy leaves resemble the ear of a deer, as the popular name suggests.

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