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Halloween/birthday at Senior Circle party set for today

The Senior Circle Birthday party is at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10. Since Halloween is close, that’s the theme of the party, so everyone should consider dressing in costume. Also, Coleta Tipps of St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church has started a chime choir, so that group will perform at the party. Coleta says it’s very easy and lots of fun, so anyone interested may want to talk to her at the party. It’s not necessary to belong to St. Mark’s.

A prize will be awarded to the best costume! And there will be food, especially birthday cake! All members and prospective members are welcome to attend. Senior Circle is in the Wilshire Center, 2801 N. Main St., next door to Family Dollar. For more information, call 623-2311.

ENMU-Roswell to host student resource and job fair

ENMU-Roswell will host a Student Resource and Job Fair on campus Wednesday, Oct. 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The purpose of the event is to showcase community resources, but the event is also open to employers in the community who are actively recruiting for positions in the area or who want to recruit students for jobs when they graduate. The event will take place on the lawn behind the Student Services Center, located at 56 University Blvd. Lunch is provided for all who attend.

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Community organizations or employers interested in participating in the event, can e-mail Carolyn Vigil, director of Advising Services, at carolyn.vigil@roswell.enmu.edu for information. A limited number of tables are available and are guaranteed only for the first 30 respondents. After all tables have been claimed, respondents can still participate, but will need to bring their own table.

“We also have a quick and easy online sign up form this year,” said Vigil. To access the form and reserve your table, please go to the following site: signupgenius.com/go/70A0E4EA5A822ABFC1-student

For more info, call Vigil at 575-624-7379.

Morning Garden Club meets Thursday

The Morning Garden Club will be meeting at the Chaves County Extension Center on Thursday, October the 11th.  Co-Hostesses will be Joyce Hutchings and Renate Reisel.  Come out and join us for a presentation on Preserving Your Summer Harvest Through Dehydration and Freezing.  It will be given by Shannon Wooton, the Chaves County Extension Agent and Home Economist.  The meeting will be at 200 E. Chisum St. #4.

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