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An ‘Unveiling’ of new murals to be placed in the front foyer as well as one of the Imaging rooms took place Thursday in the lobby of Los Alamos Medical Center. The murals were created by students in the Los Alamos High School Honors Art Program. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com
From left, Los Alamos Public Schools Superintendent Kurt Steinhaus, LAHS Art students Gabriella Tepley and Erin Scott and LAMC CEO John Whiteside at the mural unveiling event Thursday in the lobby at LAMC. Courtesy/LAMC
Gabriella Tepley is a member of the LAHS chapter of the National Art Honor Society. She explained
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Los Alamos Cares celebrates 25 years of service to Los Alamos County residents who qualify for the food pantry and all residents in need of rent and utilities assistance. Food distribution is the second Thursday and Friday of the month at Bethlehem Lutheran Church on North Road in the Gibson Fellowship Hall. LA Cares has more than 50 volunteers serving more than 70 families. For more information, call 505.661.8015. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com
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The White Rock and Betty Ehart Senior Centers will each host a presentation on The Five Wishes.
The presentations, done in conjunction with Tim Rivera of Rivera Funeral Homes and Jenn Bartram of Final Wishes Known, will take place at each center.
The purpose is to foster discussion for those who need a boost to create such documents. Often many find the process time consuming or financially limiting, and these events hope to solve both issues.
“After all the years of meeting with families under what could be described as the worst day of their
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Recovery Santa Fe, the Friendship Club, Santa Fe Prevention Alliance, Berardinelli Family Funeral Service and Santa Fe Recovery Center will host the third annual memorial commemorating the 26 people who died from accidental drug overdoses during 2018.
The memorial is 4:30-5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 28 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Old Church Courtyard, 417 Agua Fria St. at the corner of Guadalupe and Agua Fria in Santa Fe.
The purpose of this memorial is to provide a space and time to gather and publicly acknowledge loss.
“Even one person lost to drug overdose is too many,”
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International Women’s Forum (IWF) members from Los Alamos, Linda Deck, Nancy Bartlit and Carol A. Clark attended the organization’s 3rd quarterly meeting Saturday at CHRISTUS St. Vincent Hospital in Santa Fe. CHRISTUS St. Vincent CEO Lillian Montoya is a member of IWF and hosted the 4-hour event, which included a program on women and aging. Dr. Trent Sensiba, Dr. Lily Love and Dr. James Green presented talks as part of the program. From foreground center, Montoya, Bartlit, Sandra Evenson visiting from Washington, and Deck, who serves as board secretary for IWF. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
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By Fr. Glenn Jones
What is it about babies? To see them in distress strikes to the very core … the very fiber of the core … of the heart. To see them in distress sounds the instinctive primal tocsin: “Save! Protect!!”
One of the saddest (and most difficult) duties of priests and ministers is to try (most often vainly) to comfort parents with a little one in medical distress. Such was the case the other day when called to Pediatric ICU at Presbyterian Hospital.
Of all persons to request a presence there was none other than the commanding general of the New Mexico Army National Guard—kudos to him for his concern
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From the American Red Cross:
EL PASO – At this time our team is on the ground, focused on supporting the community, and will not be providing interviews related to the tragic shooting in El Paso.
Our hearts go out to all those who are affected by the tragic shooting in El Paso, Texas. The Red Cross is working in close coordination with emergency officials to provide comfort and support now. The Red Cross is supporting the family assistance center and mobilizing mental health volunteers.
Over the coming days, the Red Cross will continue to coordinate closely with local officials and community partners
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During a tour Wednesday with local officials and media, Andrea Sandoval of the Las Clinicas del Norte opens the door to the newly remodeled Health Commons, formally known as the Public Health Office at 1183 Diamond Dr., Ste. D. The new clinic was made possible by the joint effort of Los Alamos County, New Mexico Departent of Health and Las Clinica del Norte. The Clinic will offer full services for family planning, immunizations, mental health and primary care and services that the former Public Health office provided. Services will be available to teens and patients who may not have insurance
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The Health Commons will open for business Thursday, Aug. 1.
The Health Commons is designed to serve the community’s health needs, under contract with Las Clinicas del Norte and the State Public Health Office.
The Health Commons offers a multitude of services for all ages and schedules at 1183 Diamond Dr., Suite D in Los Alamos (across the street from Los Alamos High school, southwestern end of the building).
For more information, visit the Los Alamos County Social Services Website: https://www.losalamosnm.us/government/departments/community_services/socialservices
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