December 15, 2018

Archives for October 2018

Angel Fired Pizza Is Hiring!

Now hiring for winter!

Looking for fun, energetic and self-motivated individuals to join our team. Servers, cooks, dough rollers and dishwashers.

Previous restaurant experience preferred. Come be a part of our family.

Apply in person from Tuesday to Saturday from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm.

3375 Mountain View Boulevard
Suite H
Angel Fire, NM 87710
575-377-2774

Member Appreciation Continued!

We appreciate and say thank you to our Members!
List continued from last week.

Angel Fire Chamber Members for 21 years – since 1997:

  • Angel Fire Small Animal Hospital

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 17 years – since 2001:

  • Red Cloud Ranch
  • Rotary Club of Angel Fire
  • Title Services, Inc

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 16 years – since 2002:

  • Moreno Valley High School
  • Shuter Library
  • Wende Woolley Photography

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 15 years – since 2003:

  • AF Snowpushers & Home Care
  • Above the Rest Mountain High Retreat
  • FNB New Mexico
  • Small Business Development Center/Luna Community College

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 14 years – since 2004:

  • Enchanted Circle Pottery

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 13 years – since 2005:

  • Apok Technology, Inc
  • Flamingo Road Shops & Storage
  • John LeVeque

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 12 years – since 2006:

  • Almost Home Condo
  • Los Rios River Runners

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 11 years – since 2007:

  • Cove Development
  • Kathy Dunbar Body Mechanics
  • Mammoth Mill Company
  • Pachecos High Country Landscaping & Nursery
  • Pizza Stop

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 10 years – since 2008:

  • Angel Fired Pizza
  • Association of Angel Fire Property Owners
  • Cottams of Angel Fire
  • Holy Angels Catholic Church
  • Jeanette Sanchez ReMax Mountain Realty
  • Pioneer Title/Law Offices of Richard Norris

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 8 years – since 2010:

  • Angel Fire Homes Property Management

Angel Fire Chamber Member since for 7 years – 2011:

  • 24/7 Automotive Performance
  • Angel Fire Appraisers
  • Angel Fire Community Foundation
  • Angel Fire Garden Club
  • Blue Dawg Furniture
  • Catherine Moon ReMax Mountain Realty
  • Chisum Realty Group, a Keller Williams Company
  • Girl Scouts of New Mexico trails
  • Jacqui Binford-Bell Studio
  • Mammoth Construction Company
  • Sangre de Cristo Homebuilders Association

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 6 years – since 2012:

  • Accounting Associates of Indianola
  • Angel Fire Family Dentistry
  • Chases’ Extreme Builders, Inc
  • Eagle Nest PTA
  • Kit Carson Energy
  • Lisa Sutton Real Estate Coldwell Banker
  • Monte Verde RV Park & Campground
  • Mountain Home Services
  • Shall We Dance
  • Taos Lifestyle

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 5 years – since 2013:

  • Angel Fire Computer Guy
  • Brenda’s Property Management
  • Canyon City Landscaping
  • Energy Worldnet, Inc
  • Golden Eagle RV Park, Store & Chuckwagon
  • Hail’s Holy Smoked Barbecue & More
  • Mountain Sports of Angel Fire
  • Rogers Lanon ReMax Mountain Realty

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 4 years – since 2014:

  • BMWS Investors LTD
  • Cabin Comforts of Angel
  • Moreno Valley Pest Control
  • National Veterans Wellness & Healing Center
  • The Retreat at Angel Fire
  • Wildflower Bed & Breakfast

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 3 years – since 2015:

  • Alpine Gardens & Gifts
  • Angel Fire Airport
  • Angel Fire Chiropractic
  • Angel Fire Sweet Shirt Shop
  • Bailey’s Chimney Cleaning & Repair
  • Moreno Valley Community Church
  • The Bakery & Cafe @ Angel Fire

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 2 years – since 2016:

  • AAA Anytime Towing
  • Best Care Pharmacy
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region
  • Friends of Eagle Nest Lake & Cimarron Canyon State Park
  • Jeanette’s Food Cart
  • Land & Home Services
  • Lost Eagle RV Park
  • Piedre Lumbre Excavations
  • Red River Ski and Summer Area
  • Sound Marketing / Its All About Satellites

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 1 year – since 2017:

  • Aspen Mountain Woodworks
  • El Monte Sagrado Taos
  • FNB New Mexico Raton
  • Goodnight Electronics
  • KWK Events
  • LMNOC Broadcasting
  • Moore Homecare
  • New Mexico Riveer Adventures
  • St James Hotel Cimarron
  • The Bump Coffee
  • Village Church
  • Wheeler Peak Lodge

Angel Fire Chamber Members that have joined this year 2018 and we hope will also be 30 year members!

  • CFT Decor & Gifts
  • ETown Tours
  • Ice Cream & Candy Shoppe
  • Kite Construction
  • Lindsey Custom Builders
  • Lindsey Land & Home
  • McKuna Grill
  • Moore Evacuation
  • Moreno Valley Ministerial Alliance
  • Mountain Supply True Value
  • North Eastern Construction
  • Phil Long Ford Raton
  • Red River Stables
  • This Moment in Time Photography
  • Always Loving Mankind (ALMS) Food Pantry

50/50 Raffle to begin October 17, 2018 on Support your Local Chamber Day!

Quarterly Membership Breakfast Meeting

Join us! We will be seating our new Executive Board of Directors, going over committee updates and discussing a delegation from Angel Fire to legislation in 2019. Help us make the Angel Fire Chamber the best that it can be.

When: Tuesday, November 27, 2018 from 8:00 am to 9:00 am

Where: Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce, 3407 Mountain View Boulevard, Angel Fire, NM 87710

Please note: There will not be Board of Director elections this year as per three year term limits, this is the by-year.

Thank you!

Good News For New Mexico!

Over the next 10 years Netflix plans to invest $1 billion and create 1000 jobs per year in New Mexico, the state said today.

Article from the Albuquerque Business First Journal
By Ron Davis – Reporter, Albuquerque Business First
October 8, 2018

Netflix has chosen Albuquerque as its next production hub. Gov. Susana Martinez announced Monday that the Los Gatos, California-based entertainment giant is coming to the Land of Enchantment. Over the next 10 years, Netflix is set to invest $1 billion and create 1,000 jobs per year in New Mexico. Netflix is also in final negotiations to purchase Albuquerque Studios, according to a news release.

“Netflix is at the cutting edge of the film and television industry and it’s an honor to welcome them to New Mexico,” Martinez said in a statement. Martinez cited the state’s Local Economic Development Act as a reason for landing Netflix. The state will provide up to $10 million in LEDA funding, while the city of Albuquerque is committing up to $4.5 million in local LEDA funding, according to a release. LEDA is a financial incentive used by the state and local governments as a closing fund to recruit new businesses and grow existing businesses in New Mexico.

“Landing Netflix is a transformative victory that will change the business landscape in the Duke City,” Mayor Tim Keller said in a statement. “The city has leveraged the groundwork laid over the years by our partners in the film and TV industry, and we’ve made sure that film and the creative economy remained a tenet of our economic development plan so we can create accessible, high-paying jobs in this industry. Now viewers all over the world will be able to experience the most beautiful and livable city in the Southwest while watching their favorite Netflix content.”

Netflix is expected to produce film and television series at ABQ Studios and across the state.
“Our experience producing shows and films in New Mexico inspired us to jump at the chance to establish a new production hub here,” said Ty Warren, Netflix’s vice president of physical production, in a statement. “The people, the landscape and the facilities are all stellar and we can’t wait to get to work – and employ lots of New Mexicans – creating entertainment for the world to enjoy. We are grateful to Gov. Martinez, Mayor Keller and the people of New Mexico for the opportunity to create a new ‘home away from home’ here in Albuquerque.”

The film industry has had a big impact on the economy in New Mexico, and streaming services, like Netflix and Disney offer, have brought other projects and hundreds of jobs to the state. In the last fiscal year, New Mexico saw $234 million in direct spending into the local economy from film and TV productions.

Angel Fire Resort Season Pass

Purchase your Season Pass by October 31 to get the best prices of the season!

Pass Type Now – Oct. 31 Nov. 1 – Dec. 13 Dec. 14 & After
Teacher (Active K-12) $99 $99 $199
Adult (24-69) $419 $619 $719
Young Adult (18-23) $299 $499 $599
Teen (13-17) $289 $489 $589
Junior (7-12) $199 $299 $399
College Student (Full-time) $289 $489 $589
Military $289 $489 $589
Senior (70-74) $159 $259 $259
Family Pass (up to 6 people) $1,299 $1,499 $1,599
5th Graders** $20 $20 $20
Kids (6 & under)** $20 $20 $20
Super Seniors (75+) ** $20 $20 $20

Pricing does not include tax. BUY YOURS TODAY!

Purchase AFR Season Pass

Holiday Scary Night 2018

Bring your costumed trick or treaters to the grounds of the Angel Fire Fire Station on North Angel Fire Rd in Angel Fire, NM for a fun safe trick or treating experience.

When: Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at 5:30 pm

Where: Angel Fire Fire Department

If you want to participate as a “Trunker”, decorate the trunk of your vehicle, fill it to the brim with goodies, and be at the Fire Station at least 15 minutes early to get a parking spot and set up.

This event is free to all young treaters!

Fall Festival 2018

Everyone Welcome! Bingo, Cakewalk, Games, Prices, Food!

When: Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Where: Eagle Nest Elementary/Middle School

Member Appreciation!

We appreciate and say thank you to our Members!

Angel Fire Chamber Members for 36 years – since 1982:

  • Angel Fire Resort (Gold Member)
  • International Bank
  • Laguna Vista Lodge (Premium Member)
  • Village Ski Shop (Premium Member)

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 35 years – since 1983:

  • Alpine Lumber Company (Gold Member)
  • Angel Fire Mini Mart (Gold Member)

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 34 years – since 1984:

  • Roadrunner Tours

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 30 years – since 1988:

  • David Westphall Veterans Foundation
  • Taos News

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 28 years – since 1990:

  • Art Up Northern New Mexico
  • John R. Sutton, General Building Contractor
  • Monte Verde Realty
  • Village of Angel Fire

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 27 years – since 1991:

  • Lowe’s Valley Market (Gold Member)
  • North Country Real Estate
  • Ski Tech (Premium Member)

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 26 years – since 1992:

  • Arthur Insurance Agency
  • Moreno Valley Healthcare Clinic
  • Music From Angel Fire
  • North Country Property Management

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 24 years – since 1994:

  • Kit Carson Electric Cooperative
  • Northern New Mexico Gas Company
  • United Church of Angel Fire
  • Wanda Lucera; State Farm Insurance

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 23 years – since 1995:

  • Bobcat Pass Wilderness Adventures
  • Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church
  • New Mexico Mountain Properties

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 22 years – since 1996:

  • Discover Angel Fire Central Reservations (Premium Member)
  • North Country Outfitters
  • Samuels Construction Company

Angel Fire Chamber Member for 21 years – since 1997:

  • Elkhorn Lodge

Angel Fire Chamber Member since for 20 years – 1998:

  • ReMax Mountain Realty: Mike Woolley Broker
  • Sierra Bonita Rentals, Cabins & RV Park
  • Zebs Restaurant & Bar

Angel Fire Chamber member for 19 years – since 1999:

  • Far Flung Adventures
  • GGH Wagon Mound, LLC
  • Snowball Lodge (Premium Member)

Continued beginning in 2000 in next Monday’s eBlast

50/50 Raffle to begin October 17, 2018 on Support your Local Chamber Day!

Vote 2018

Early Voting – Begins October 9, 2018

Colfax County residents may vote an ANY of these locations:

  • October 9 to November 3, 2018 – Colfax County Clerk’s Office – Raton
  • October 20, 2018 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm – Springer High School
  • October 22, 2018 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm – Maxwell School Auditorium
  • October 25, 2018 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm – Cimarron Village Hall
  • October 26, 2018 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm – Eagle Nest Community Center
  • October 27, 2018 from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm – General Election (Check your polling location)

Absentee Voting – Begins October 9, 2018

Request your absentee ballot any of the following ways:

Applications must be received by the County Clerk no later than 5:00 pm on Friday, November 2, 2018. A ballot will be sent to voters who have properly filled out the application.If the application was not completed correctly, a notification with the reason why the application was not accepted will be sent within 24 hours of receipt of the application.

If you do not receive the absentee ballot, please contact the County Clerk’s Office no later than the Monday, November 5, 2018.

October 2018 Meeting Schedule

Angel Fire Village Town Hall Meeting
October 2, 2018 from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Village Hall
3388 Mountain View Blvd.
Angel Fire, NM 87710
This town hall meeting will have Jordan Mitchell with New Mexico Game and Fish speaking.

Recycling and Solid Waste Committee Meeting (Formerly The Sustainability Committee)
October 3, 2018 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Village Hall
3388 Mountain View Blvd.
Angel Fire, NM 87710

PTA Meeting
October 3, 2018 at 5:30 pm
Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce Conference Room, Centro Plaza
3407 Mountain View Blvd.
Angel Fire, NM 87710

Planning & Zoning Committee Meeting
October 4, 2018 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Village Hall
3388 Mountain View Blvd.
Angel Fire, NM 87710

Angel Fire Village Council Meeting
October 9, 2018 from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Village Hall
3388 Mountain View Blvd.
Angel Fire, NM 87710

Reduce, Reuse Recycle Committee Meeting
October 17, 2018 from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Chamber of Commerce Conference Room
3407 Mountain View Blvd.
Angel Fire, NM 87710