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Each holiday season, county and school officials take a moment to share their plans and express their holiday wishes for the community.
This year, County Administrator Max Baker said he plans to go to his son’s house here in Los Alamos, where he and his family will share the traditional meal with friends.
“This is the time of year where we all pause and consider our blessings,” Baker said. “Los Alamos is certainly a great place to live and many tremendous people live here.”
Council Chair Jim Hall said he and his wife are planning on going to their daughter's house in Ruidoso to have Thanksgiving dinner.
“I wish that everyone has a healthy and blessed Thanksgiving,” he said. “We are fortunate to live in a beautiful place and a great county. We’re thinking of our troops overseas and hope they all come back home.”
School Board President Steve Girrens is spending the day in town.
“Our children are home from school and my mother-in-law is here and we’ll all be having Thanksgiving together, full strength as a family,” he said.
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