Did you know… this is the month for March Membership Madness? When you join the Chamber in March, in addition to all of the member benefits offered by the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce, you will also receive a FREE annual membership to the state New Mexico Chamber of Commerce. Please contact Jo at email@example.com for more information
Did you know… there is now a Rogers Lanon Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Checks can be made out to Moreno Valley Education Foundation
(Very Important)- Memo should read Rogers Lanon Scholarship fund.
Checks can be dropped with any board member (listed below), IN Bank or mailed to Moreno Valley Education Foundation
P.O. Box 1630 Angel Fire , NM 87710
Rogers Lanon Memorial Scholarship Fund Committee Members:
Vicki Lanon- Remax Mountain Realty
Lisa Sutton- Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties
Cheryl Heart – Mountain Serenity Rentals
Mike Woolley- Remax Mountain Realty
They are currently working on the designations for the scholarships. This will be a ongoing fund and they encourage businesses to put this fund into their yearly budgets. Students graduating each year will be chosen for this fund based on criteria that will be developed by the committee. It will not just be based on grades, they want all students to have a chance to apply. Rogers was very much a community service man. He loved his community and took many unpaid and difficult positions within the community to help where he could. Moreno Valley High School was one that was near and dear to his heart. The committee wants all to celebrate his life by creating this scholarship fund. He would have been so proud.
Did you know… approximately 73% of Colfax County residents have received their Covid vaccinations. 1st dose- 4,235 people, 2nd dose-3,102 people. Within the NM Department of Health system 1,428 Colfax County residents have registered, but not received the vaccine yet, and another 1,700 residents who have chosen not to register thus far.
Did you know… this about Cashew nuts? I had no idea. The cashew is technically not a nut at all—it’s a seed that grows on a cashew apple. Cashew apples grow on trees, scientifically called Anacardium occidentale, that are native to Brazil. The apple, with the seed still attached, is picked from the tree branch. The seed is then pulled off, dried, and steamed by hand. The apple has a sweet-sour taste.