October 17, 2019

Archives for June 2019

Summer Is Here! Upcoming Summer Events

Golf Is In Full Swing!

The Golf Season is underway and the greens are looking great! We are excited for all the great events planned for this summer, old and new! The best way to stay up to date on all things happening at the resort? Follow us on Facebook and you’ll be in the swing of things!

Favorite Summer Events

Cool Summer Nights – Every Friday from June 14 to August 30, 2019, the Cool Summer Nights Concert Series in Frontier Park will offer a free night of live music from National and regional acts along with a Kids Zone with giant Jenga, cornhole, face painting and games. Grab a lawn chair, bring your friends and listen to live music under the sunset in the heart of Angel Fire, NM.

Art & Farmers Market – The Angel Fire Art & Farmers’ Market is every Sunday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, June 16 to September 1, at Frontier Park in the heart of Angel Fire. Our market is a weekly showcase featuring a diverse selection of local and regional artists, great live music, food artisans & fresh produce.

Most Affordable Ski Town In America

With a record-setting snow year here in New Mexico, Angel Fire real estate market is heating up. While typically a winter season can bring real estate sales to a crawl that’s not the case in Angel Fire, New Mexico. Angel Fire, located in the Southern Rocky Mountains of northern New Mexico, has been dubbed “America’s Most Affordable Ski Town” and is now celebrating another record year of growth. To learn more about property options in Angel Fire, visit our Real Estate Website.

Missoula Children’s Theater Auditions

Children from 6 to 14 are welcome to tryout for The Snow Queen which will be on June 15, 2019 at 2:00 pm and is free to the public.

When: Monday, June 10, 2019 at 9:00 am

Where: Moreno Valley High School

This presentation is partially funded by The Angel Fire Community Foundation.

Sponsored by Art Up Northern New Mexico.

Chisum Realty Group Grand Opening

Chisum Realty Group is celebrating their newest office in historic and beautiful Taos, New Mexico. Stop by to meet our team and help us celebrate our newest venture.

When: June 6, 2019 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Where: 316 Paseo del Pueblo Sur, Taos, NM 87571

Chisum Realty Group
Keller Williams

Pub ‘n Grub Grand Reopening!

Join us as we reopen for the summer season. Starting out right with Thursday steak night. Come for a juicy rib-eye steak and your favorite brews from Enchanted Circle Brewery.

When: June 6, 2019 from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Where: 52 North Angel Fire Rd, Angel Fire, NM 87710

Welcome to our New Executive Chef – Justin Holguin. New menu. New management by Almeada!

Springing Into Summer – What Is There To Do?

By Jo Mixon

Angel Fire Resort

  • Monte Verde Lake – Fishing, stand-up paddle boarding and/or pedal-boating on the lake and Euro-bungy & Climbing Wall on the shore. Have a picnic lunch and stroll the easy walking path around the Lake.
  • Angel Fire Bike Park – Offers downhill Mountain Biking at the largest Bike Park in the Rocky Mountains. If you have never ridden a Bike Park or are a beginner to downhill riding, take a lesson or a guided ride. Riders will be introduced to elements of bike control through body positioning, braking and cornering on a gentle slope under the guidance of an instructor.
  • Angel Fire Resort Mountain Area – Scenic chairlift rides take you to the summit of our mountain at 10,677 feet. Explore one of the hiking trails, play disc golf or pack a picnic lunch and enjoy the valley views. When you are ready to head back, you have the option of either hiking down or riding the chairlift back to the base area.
  • Zipline Adventure Tours – You must weigh at least 90 pounds to enjoy the full Adventure Tour, but this summer the resort is offering the Family Flyer – two shorter ziplines for those who weigh 50 pounds or more. For info and pricing click here.
  • Angel Fire Tennis Center has six hard courts, including two Pickle Ball courts for use by Resort members, guests and visitors to the Moreno Valley.
  • Angel Fire Resort Golf Course -call 575-377-4488 for tee times. Golf Information
  • Free Friday Night Concerts in the Park, Beginning June 14, 2019, every Friday night thru August 30th, 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm
  • Angel Fire Art + Farmers’ Market – Beginning June 16,every Sunday, thru September 1st, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

Around Angel Fire

  • Angel Fire Greenbelt Trails: Hiking or biking on one of the Greenbelt trails in the Village of Angel Fire is a free-access system of trails that can be used for cross-country mountain biking, running or even hiking and there are several bike rental shops.
  • Eagle Nest Lake State Park is open for shore and boat fishing with events this summer that include Dam tours, music, kite flying, a canoe, kayak and stand-up paddle board races, annual fish-fest, family activities, and more.
  • Ongoing and Seasonal Activities/Events in Eagle Nest
  • July 4th Annual Activities
  • Farmer’s Market – Fridays thru the 1st Friday in September. 575-377-6188

We love our visitors and we truly want you to have a wonderful vacation experience. Please obey the rules to help us to preserve the natural beauty that brings you back year after year to share it with us!

The Summer Adventures Of The Traveling Chamber Chair 2019

WHERE’S THE CHAMBER CHAIR?

June 3, 2019, the Adventures Begins!

How to Enter to Win the Summer Adventures of the Traveling Chamber Chair Grand Prize of $500.00

Here is all you have to do: SEARCH, SIT, SELFIE, SHARE! It’s That Easy! Anyone over the age of 18 can enter Residents and Visitors! It’s FREE. Enter to win $500.00 Cash Prize

SEARCH – First find the chair at a Chamber Member Business

SIT- Once you find it, Sit in the Chair

SELFIE- Take a photo of yourself in the chair or have someone else take it

SHARE- Upload your photo to the Summer Adventures of the Traveling Chamber Chair Facebook Page with at least one positive sentence about the business who is hosting that week. Tell us what you like!

(Please DO NOT include the name of the business as others are still searching for the chair. Your comments will be a hint. Without the positive statement, your photo will be removed and disqualified)

Link to Upload to Facebook

All summer, you may enter one time per business location. The chair will be traveling to 12 locations throughout the summer.

All photos and positive comments will go into the drawing.

The drawing will be held live, on Facebook, on August 23, 2019.

Who is eligible to enter? Everyone over the age of 18 yrs old. Residents and visitors!

You do not have to be a Chamber member to participate. Group photos are welcome. Be sure to designate the person or group the photo belongs to for an entry into the drawing that week. There may be children under the age of 18 in your photos, but they are not eligible for the grand prize.

Questions? Call 575-377-6353. Happy Hunting!

Oldies Dinner / Dance 2019

“Happy Days” Are Here Again! Rock Around The Clock With Us!

When: Saturday, July 13, 2019 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Where: Angel Fire Community Center

Featuring

  • Live Abq Band – U4EA (Euphoria)
  • Costume Contest
  • Dinner Included
  • Silent Auction
  • Cash Bar
  • Photo Booth
  • 50/50 Raffle

Cost

  • Adults (18+) – $25
  • Children (Ages 7-17) – $15
  • Children (Ages 6 & Under) – Free

Purchase tickets at the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce, The Angel Fire Visitor’s Center or call 575-377-9433.

Sponsored by Holy Angels Catholic Church.

Holy Angels Charity Golf Tournament

4-Person Scramble Competition

When: June 22, 2019 at 8:30 am (Shotgun Start)

Where: Angel Fire Country Club

Call 505-228-4184 or 575-377-4488 to register or sponsor a hole.

Balloons Over Angel Fire 2019

Make plans to spend your Father’s Day Weekend, June 14 to 16, 2019 in Angel Fire.

Mass Ascensions on Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings beginning at 7:00 am at the Angel Fire Airport. There will be a Balloon Glow on Saturday evening at dark (9:00 pm). Admission is free.

Weekend Schedule

Friday, June 14, 2019

  • 7:00 am – Mass Ascension
  • 7:00 am to 10:00 am – Angel Fire Rotary Burrito Breakfast
  • 7:00 am to 11:00 am – Balloon Vendors open
  • 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm – Friday Night Scramble, Angel Fire Resort Golf Course
  • 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm – Cool Summer Night Free Concert in Frontier Park featuring Ry Taylor

Saturday, June 15, 2019

  • 7:00 am – Mass Ascension
  • 7:00 am to 10:00 am – Angel Fire Rotary Burrito Breakfast
  • 7:00 am to 10:00 am – Pilot Challenge Game sponsored by Enchanted Circle Pottery
  • 7:00 am to 11:00 am – Balloon Vendors open
  • 2:00 pm – Missoula Children’s Theater Performance, The Snow Queen @ Moreno Valley High School- Free event
  • 7:00 pm – Balloon Launch Field opens
  • 9:00 pm – Balloon Glow – bring your flashlight and camp chairs

Sunday, June 16, 2019

  • 7:00 am – Mass Ascension
  • 7:00 am to 10:00 am – Angel Fire Rotary Burrito Breakfast
  • 7:00 am to 11:00 am – Balloon Vendors open
  • 10:00 am to 2:00 pm – Art & Farmer’s Market in Frontier Park

All hot-air balloon events happen at the Angel Fire Airport on New Mexico Highway 434.

Fore more information please visit balloonsoverangelfire.com.

Job Training Grant Money

Did you know as a small business owner you may qualify for Job Training Grant Money to add and train employees to help grow your business?

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham
Cabinet Secretary
Alicia J. Keyes
Deputy Secretary Jon Clark
State awards job training grants to 12 companies for 150 jobs

SANTA FE, N.M.- May 23, 2019- The New Mexico Economic Development Department has awarded $1.7 million to assist with job training for 150 workers at 12 companies statewide.

The awards under the Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) were made at the May 10 meeting of the JTIP Board in Santa Fe. The businesses receiving grants are in Albuquerque, Questa, Red River, Loving, Santa Teresa and Berino. The new jobs are in the areas of manufacturing, engineering, solar installation, claims adjustment, financial oversight, project management, forklift and construction operations. The work of electricians, technicians and interns will also be supported.

The wages for the jobs under the JTIP training grants range from $14 to $40 an hour with a statewide average of $21.70.

JTIP is one of the most generous training incentive programs in the country, reimbursing 50 percent to 75 percent of employee wages for classroom and on-the-job training in new jobs for up to 6 months.

“New Mexico’s job training program remains a powerful tool for businesses that want to grow and expand,” said Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes of the Economic Development Department. “We are grateful to the Legislature for supporting this program and hope to use this money to diversify our economy and create jobs in all corners of the state.”

Four of the companies that qualified for assistance were from the alternative energy sector. Those awards were made to:

Affordable Solar Inc. of Albuquerque, a company that has installed over 2,500 projects in the state, was awarded $218,420 for 22 new trainee positions from engineers to electricians and installers at a wage of $18 to $33 an hour.

Solar Works Energy LLC of Albuquerque, a solar installation company, was awarded almost $80,000 for seven jobs including a PV installer, project manager and electrician at an average wage of $25.27.

NM Solar Group LLC, of Berino, which serves the residential solar market, was awarded $25,000 for one trainee position with a wage of $30 an hour.

KiloNewton LLC of Albuquerque, a technical and engineering analysis firm for the renewable energy industry, was approved for three employees at an average wage of $34.86 and one intern, at $17.50 an hour. The total award was $66,000.

The other companies receiving job training awards are:

Taos Mountain Energy Foods, now headquartered in Questa, N.M. manufactures and sells six flavors of Taos Mountain Energy Bars, was awarded $285,000 for 35 trainees including 10 production workers, at an average wage of $15.40.

3D Glass Solutions Inc. of Albuquerque, a manufacturer focused on photo-definable glass ceramics. The company was approved for $151,000 to train nine employees with an average wage of $33.50.

Banyan Botanicals, an Albuquerque manufacturer with a catalog and online business for the Ayurveda lifestyle, was approved for $71,000 and five trainees at an average wage of $29.45 an hour. The positions include a director of operations, shipping specialist, and a research and development director.

Century Automotive Service Corp., a third-party administrator for fleet vehicles, insurers and dealerships was approved for $117,803 for eight jobs with an average hourly wage of $27.67, including program managers and claims adjusters.

Indica Labs Inc. of Corrales, a digital pathology company was approved for $168,735 for eight jobs and $13,000 for two interns. The average wage for the employees, which includes software engineers, is $35.60, while the intern wage is $20.19.

Red River Brewing Co., was awarded $21,160 for two new trainees with an average wage of $14. The company is the only full-service brewery in Red River.

Sendero Midstream Partners of Loving, which builds natural gas infrastructure in the Loving, N.M. area, was approved for $187,490 for six new job trainees with an average wage of $40.20.

One company Universal Sheets LLC, a manufacturer of corrugated sheets in Santa Teresa, N.M. received $308,000 for 41 new jobs. This was a reauthorization of previously approved funds for jobs that were not created within the approved hiring period due to shipment delays of production equipment.

JTIP dollars are reimbursed to businesses after employee training is completed and reporting requirements are certified by the Economic Development Department.

The Legislature created JTIP, formerly known as the Industrial Development Training Program, or “in plant training,” in 1972. Since then, JTIP has supported the creation of more than 46,000 jobs for New Mexicans in nearly 1,500 businesses across the state.

Eligibility for JTIP funds depends on the company’s business, the role of the new jobs in that business, and the trainees themselves. JTIP eligibility guidelines can be found on the EDD website.

The Economic Development Department has $10 million in JTIP to award for fiscal year 2020.

The JTIP Board meets monthly to consider proposals & amendments from companies. To learn more about JTIP and other EDD programs, visit http://gonm.biz.