April 23, 2014

Thank You Governor Martinez

Gov. Susana MartinezThank you Governor Martinez and all those who worked many many months to make this possible! Thank you to the Sangre de Cristo Chronicle for sharing the article with us.

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Kentucky Derby Party

derby-partyWhen: May 3, 2014 from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Where: Angel Fire Resort Country Club

  • Fun-Filled Games
  • Door Prizes
  • Silent Auction
  • Specialty Drinks
  • Live Music
  • Wine Tasting
  • Buffet Dinner
  • Hat Decorating Contest

Tickets are $45 which includes dinner and wine tasting. Purchase from Rotary members and at the Country Club reception desk. Please call 575-377-3055 for more information.

Proudly sponsored by Alpine Lumber and Sangre De Cristo Chronicle with proceeds benefitting the MVAC Missoula Children’s Theatre Program and Rotary Random Acts of Kindness Program.

Coffee Before Talkie

coffee-before-talkieQuarterly Chamber Member Breakfast Meeting

Join us for continental breakfast and coffee as we seat the 2014/2015 Board of Directors.

When: Thursday April 24, 2014 from 8:00 am to 9:00 am

Where: Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce

Welcome our newest Board member Michael Dean of Girl Scouts of America Trails and welcome back Wende Woolley of Wende Woolley Photography and ReMax Real Estate Agent/Village Councilor Rogers Lanon. They join the team of Michael Turri of Turri Productions/Village Visitors Center, Samantha Weeks of Pioneer Title/Law Office of Richard Norris, Donna Klassen of First National Bank, Donna Holman-Chase of Cove Development and Andrea Boutelle of Angel Fire Resort.

Alpine Lumber Robbery

alpine-lumberDid you know that Alpine Lumber was robbed?

On April 6, 2014 someone or several people backed their vehicle up to the building, kicked in a door and stole over $5,500 worth of merchandise. They targeted chain saws and landscaping tools.

Alpine Lumber is offering a $500.00 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the burglar(s) who broke into our Angel Fire store on April 6, 2014. Contact Angel Fire Police Department at 575-377-3214 with information on this crime!

The items are listed below. Items stolen were all Stihl products.

Please help solve this crime and catch the thieves.

Sticks & Stones / All About Design

sticks-stonesSticks & Stones and All About Design have come full circle and moved the offices back to 13 Sandia Circle in Angel Fire.

Marie is also working with American Home in Albuquerque and Santa Fe to help with your furniture needs.

The Kowalski’s would also like to let you know Marie received her LEED Green Associate certificate.

Bob, Marie and Wally are happy to be working in Angel Fire with their customers and friends on new homes, additions, remodels and commercial projects.

Sticks & Stones
575-377-1500

All About Design
575-595-6688

Mud Ball 2014

mud-ball-2014Tickets available for $20.00 at Coldwell Banker Headin’ Home Realty in the Mountain View Mall.

Theme: Solid Gold 80s – The Solid Gold Dancers will perform.

There will be a stand-up comedy show. See your friends lip sync 80s classics! Prizes will be given for the best 80s costume!

When: April 25, 2014 at 7:00 pm

Where: Zeb’s Restaurant & Bar

Prime rib dinner at Zeb’s from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. RSVP 575-377-6358.

All proceeds go to the New Mexico Chapter of Casting for Recovery, benefiting breast cancer survivors.

Rosanne Priddy

rosanneRosanne Priddy – Administration & Office Manager

Allow me to introduce to you Rosie Priddy, the newest member of the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce team. We are excited to have her!

Rosie said she and her husband Curtis had long dreamed of living within the Enchanted Circle. Both of their parents had brought them here every summer when they were children. They each developed a deep love for the beautiful mountains. “It has always seemed like home to us,” she said.

They completed their retirement home in Black Lake in 2006, but their dream of living here had to be put on hold until their retirements in Seymour, Texas just this past December. Rosie was a Quality Assurance Specialist for the State of Texas and Curtis was a peace officer. They were able to move full time to Angel Fire in January of this year.

Curtis and Rosie have two children, Ashley who is a Nursing Supervisor for the largest clinic in Wichita Falls, Texas and Amber who is a Personal Fitness Trainer in Arizona. They have five beautiful grandchildren, 4 boys and one girl. Rosie’s brother, Bill Wilcoxson and wife Erma, also lived in Angel Fire for many years.

Rosie says, “I am so thankful to get to work and live in the greatest place this side of Heaven and to be able to promote and encourage its growth and prosperity.”

Come by the Chamber office and say hello to Rosie, or email her at askus@angelfirechamber.org if you have questions. She will have the answers for you!

Angel Fire Annual Spring Clean-up Day

clean-upGet your teams together! Come to the Chamber at 8:30 am to be assigned a section of road to clean up. Trash bags, gloves, and vests will be provided. Lunch will be provided at 11:30 am at the Angel Fire Community Center for all who participate. $5.00 for those who don’t.

When: Saturday May 10, 2014

Co-sponsored by the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce, the Village of Angel Fire, & G.G.Holdings Wagon Mound.

Time to clean it up!

Chamber Mobster Program A Great Success!

katherine-logoCash Mob at Katherine’s Fine Art April 5, 2014

Saturday, the Chamber Mobster’s came out in full force to shop and enjoy the home studio/gallery of Katherine McDermott, Katherine’s Fine Art. Members helping members is what it is all about. So far we have held three cash mobs and three out of three have been successful! Thank you Angel Fire Chamber members and all who participate in these events. We draw the name of a business out of the hopper, randomly every two to three weeks. Where will the Cash Mob go next?

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Coming Soon! Flag Retirement Ceremony

flag-ceremonyVietnam Veterans Memorial Park

We’re collecting flags now for the ceremony in May. If you have any flags that need to be disposed of in a dignified way, please drop them off at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial or the Angel Fire Fire Department Station #1.

For more information please call 575-377-2293 or email katherine.german@state.nm.us.