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Today's Features

  • Family Strengths Network is hosting IMPACT Personal Safety of Santa Fe for a class that empowers participants ages 16 to adult to pay attention to their instincts and speak up — or yell out.  The class will be from 6-8:30 p.m. at FSN, 1990 Diamond Dr. (in the Pueblo Complex). Darya Peterson will teach the class.
    Participants will practice defensive body language but will not learn physical fighting techniques.
    In one-and-a-half hours, the two-part class will cover Personal Safety 101 and Healthy Relationships.

  • Oct. 13: A girl, Anika Jaymee Armijo, born to Michelle Duran and Jason Armijo

    Oct. 21: A girl, Lara Sophie Jung, born to Jennifer and Daniel Jung

    Oct. 22: A girl, Sophia Maye Perea, born to Mary and Danny Perea

    Oct. 25: A boy, Calvin Jesse Webb, born to Jennifer Lee and Nicholas Daniel Webb

    Oct. 29:   A boy,  Jason Procopio Lujan, born to Angelina and Jeremy Lujan


  • “Halloween was on Sunday this year. That made me wonder again if Christians should celebrate this ‘holiday.’ ” — Chris

    Many Christians do not “celebrate” Halloween as a matter of both faith and conscience.  Adequate biblical justification may be found to justify avoiding this holiday, which has its roots in paganism. Furthermore, Halloween is likely “over the top” in terms of too much money spent and too much focus on the acquisition of tooth-rotting candy.  

  • 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

  • Natalie Swinhoe was recently honored as Rotary Club Student of the Month for October 2010.

  • Today

    The November meeting of the Los Alamos Master Gardeners will be at 7 p.m. in the Nambé Room of Fuller Lodge.

     

  • Gang initiations, loyalty and punishment take center stage in “Sin Nombre,” the next film in the line-up in Mesa Public Library’s Free Film Series, which this season focuses on films about crossing borders.
    Willy, aka. El Casper (Edgar Flores) finds security in knowing that his gang — his family — reaches seemingly everywhere, from southern Mexico and well into the United States.

  • The Los Alamos High School Hilltalkers Speech and Debate team needs some assistance. They are in search of people who would like to help judge their tournament on
    Nov. 12.
    “Every year since 1962, we hold a speech and debate tournament,” said Los Alamos High School Teacher and Speech and Debate Assistant Coach Margo Batha. “This year it’s at the middle school because there’s no room for the speakers and debaters here.”
    Registration for the tournament will take place from 2:30-5 p.m.

  • Today
    The Sierra Club is hosting Kim Ribbons from Bioneers, a global non-profit organization, at 7 p.m. at Mesa Public Library. Bioneers serves as a hub and source for breakthrough solutions for the issues facing us today.  Through conferences in the U.S. and internationally, globally syndicated radio series and other media outlets, Bioneers is encouraging a way to live on Earth that honors both people and planet. Learn more about its history and work.
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