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It is once again time to invite northern New Mexicans to come together to celebrate the contributions of those who have so greatly enhanced life on the Hill. During the ceremony, each Treasure is introduced.Living Treasures of Los Alamos was founded to honor elders — older members of the community who have made a difference.Living Treasures of Los Alamos will honor Ralph Partridge, John “Jack” Clifford and John C. Hopkins at 2 p.m. April 13 at the Betty Ehart Senior Center. The public is invited to attend the ceremony and reception, sponsored by Los Alamos National Bank.For those who have not yet attended a Living Treasures ceremony, after biographical information is shared, those in attendance are invited to share stories and remembrances about the Treasures. Each Treasure then addresses the gathering. The celebration concludes with a reception.Family and friends will be traveling to Los Alamos from all over the country to honor Ralph, Jack, and John as Living Treasures of Los Alamos.Ralph PartridgeA summer position at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) in May 1952 brought Ralph Partridge to Los Alamos for the first time.“I was only to be here for three months that summer,” he said. “I thought I was born to be an engineer, but then I learned more about science.
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