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Today's Features

  • August and September are usually the two busiest months at the Los Alamos County Animal Shelter and this year is no exception.
    There are more cats in the shelter right now than the shelter has seen in over 10 years and the cat room is nearing maximum capacity.

  • The Family YMCA and the Los Alamos Heart Council are co-sponsoring a poster contest for kids in Kindergarten through sixth grade.
    The theme of this contest is “Be Heart Smart.” Posters/pictures may be in any medium (crayon, paint, etc.)  Posters must be brought to the Y by Oct. 21.
    Winners will be notified Oct. 22 and will have their posters on display at the Health Fair on Oct. 23.

  • Today
    Want to know more about angels? Angels in the Judeo, Christian and Muslim traditions will be discussed at 6 p.m. today and Oct. 13 and 20 at the First United Methodist Church Friendship Center.  
    Louise Pope presents “One Trash Can a Year,” at 7 p.m. in the upstairs meeting rooms in the Mesa Public Library. Participate in group activities to learn how you can drastically reduce your waste. Learn about “Earth Dollars” and how the trash can is your last resort.
    Thursdsay

  • There are some really great Adam Sandler movies and then, as though to balance out the cinematic universe, some really tacky ones, where everyone looks embarrassed.
    But “Spanglish” is one of the greats.

  • Wednesdsay
    Want to know more about angels? Angels in the Judeo, Christian and Muslim traditions will be discussed at 6 p.m. Oct. 6, 13 and 20 at the First United Methodist Church Friendship Center. Facts will be separated from myths and religious authorities will be referred to for their guidance. David Israelivitz from the Los Alamos Jewish Center will address Jewish angels. Ann Le Page will talk about Christian angels and M’hamed Jebbanema will discuss Muslim angels.

  • Last year Pajarito Environmental Education Center began a citizen science project, trying to establish a late-blooming plant list that could form a database for later years and ultimately gauge the effect, if any, of global warming/climate change on our local environment.  
    This year’s Big Plant Day will continue this work on Saturday.  Participants should call PEEC at 662-0460 and arrange to cover a specific area under the leadership of various plant experts.  

  • Dick Mason will discuss the new federal health care reform at the monthly
    League of Women Voters Lunch with a Leader from 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Oct. 12.  at Central Avenue Grill.
    The extensive menu at Central Avenue Grill gives you many choices for your entree, plus iced tea or lemonade, tax and gratuity for $15.
    Mason will share information about  the federal health care reform and how the health care reform bill  will impact New Mexicans.

  • Wednesdsay
    Want to know more about angels? Angels in the Judeo, Christian and Muslim traditions will be discussed at 6 p.m. Oct. 6, 13 and 20 at the First United Methodist Church Friendship Center. Facts will be separated from myths and religious authorities will be referred to for their guidance. David Israelivitz from the Los Alamos Jewish Center will address Jewish angels. Ann Le Page will talk about Christian angels and M’hamed Jebbanema will discuss Muslim angels.

  • Baha’i Faith
    For information, e-mail losalamosla@gmail.com. For general information, call the Baha’i Faith phone at 1-800-228-6483.

    Bethlehem Lutheran

  • “I read recently that religion is bad for society. The author claimed that religion, especially Christianity, only serves to hamper progress in ethics, education and science. Any comments?”— Lisa