June 17, 2019

Dorothy May Johnson Memorial Services

Dorothy May Johnson
May 14, 1921 – May 27, 2019

Memorial services for Dorothy will be held at the Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church in Angel Fire, NM, Sat. June 22, 2019 at 3:00 pm.

Dorothy May Johnson, age 98, a resident of Colfax Nursing Home, Springer, NM, (having moved from Angel Fire a few years ago) passed peacefully on Monday May 27, 2019.

Dorothy was born May 14, 1921 in Chicago, Illinois. She lived in Illinois and Wisconsin many years before moving to Angel Fire, NM with her daughter, Diane and son-in-law, Pete Peterson.

She was a loving mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. She also loved her nieces and nephews and their spouses so very much. And she loved life and the friends she made along her journey.

She is survived by her daughter Diane (Johnson) Peterson and her beloved son-in-law, Lloyd Pete Peterson. She is preceded in death by her husband of 64 years, Sverre (Bill) Johnson, her brother, James Feeney, her sister, Lorraine Jackson, her daughter Patricia Eddy and her grandson Derek Johnson Lutz.

The family requests in lieu of flowers that donations be made to Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church. Pleases send % Diane Peterson, PO Box 1577, Angel Fire, NM 87710.

Shuter Library Trash To Treasure 2019

We are ready to take your treasures for our annual Shuter Library’s “Trash to Treasures” event!

We will be accepting your donations here at our new drop-off location @ 3465 Mountain View Blvd, Angel Fire, NM, (the brown building behind the post office) starting Wednesday, May 29, 2019 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm and every Wednesday thereafter through Wednesday, June 26, 2019. Please call the library to arrange to donate large items.

The sale will be at the Angel Fire Community Center on July 6th & 7th, 2019!

 

Carson National Forest Opening Dates

Opening Dates for Developed Campgrounds and Picnic areas in the Carson National Forest

May 18, 2019 Openings

June Bug, Columbine, Goat Hill, Elephant Rock, Santa Barbara, Agua Piedra, Upper & Lower La Junta, Duran Canyon, Comales. Echo Amphitheater and Cebolla Mesa are currently open.

May 24, 2019 Openings

Hopewell, Cimmaron, McCrystal, Las Petacas, Capulin, La Sombra, Lower Hondo, Cuchilla, Cuchilla del Medio, and Twining

Not Yet Set To Open

Los Piños, Lagunitas, Trout Lakes, and Canjilon Lakes are still being impacted by snow. These opening dates will be communicated as soon as we know that the sites are accessible. Fawn Lakes and Fawn Lakes Campground are currently closed due to high river runoff.

Several of these Campgrounds may be reserved at www.recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.

There are currently no fire restrictions on the forest but it is critical that all campfires be properly extinguished. Do not take unnecessary risks by lighting campfires on hot and windy days. The west side of the Valle Vidal Unit in Taos County is closed through June 30 for elk calving but Forest Road 1950 is open to the public all the way through the Valle Vidal. In the closed area you are not allowed to leave your vehicle.

Firewise

Village Council Approval of Fuel Modification Ordinance Amending Title 9, Chapter 7 of the Village code.

At the Village of Angel Fire Council Meeting on May 14, 2019, the village governing body passed, approved, and adopted this amendment with a vote of 3 to 1. (Yay votes: Mayor Pro-Tem Howe, Councilman Larson and Councilman Humbert; Nay vote: Councilman Lanon)

For the full Fuel Modification amended Ordinance click here Agenda Center, download the agenda for May 14, 2019 and scroll to pages 71 thru 80.

There will also be a Wildfire Protection Committee Meeting, Weds. May 22, 1:15 pm – 3:00pm at Village Hall, 3388 Mountain View Blvd. Angel Fire, NM.

Memorial Day Ceremonies

All are invited to attend the Memorial Day Ceremonies in the amphitheater at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Angel Fire, NM. Arrive early, at 10:30 am, there will be a Memorial Day Music Prelude.

When: May 27, 2019 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

Where: Vietnam Veterans Memorial, 34 Country Club Road, Angel Fire, NM 87710

Memorial Flag March

The Flag March starts at the intersection of US Hwy 64 and NM Hwy 434 at 9:00 am on Monday, May 27 2019 and proceeds up the hill to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Angel Fire, NM. The public is invited to participate. All ages welcome.

When: Monday, May 27 at 9:00 am

Where: Vietnam Veterans Memorial, 34 Country Club Road, Angel Fire, NM 87710

Remembrance Vigil

We welcome all to attend the Remembrance Vigil (including the POW/MIA Missing Man Ceremony and Gold Star Wives Speaker) at the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial in Angel Fire, NM.

When: Sunday, May 26, 2019 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Where: Angel Fire, NM – Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial

Vigil will be held outdoors in the amphitheater if at all possible, so coats and blankets recommended.

Demo Daze 2019

Join us at Demo Daze, May 25 & 26 presented by Angel Fire Bike Park, for the only lift-access Summer bike demo in the southwest. Whether you ride DH, XC, Enduro, or a mix of mountain bike terrain, Angel Fire Bike Park is bringing together bike vendors from near and far for you to test ride to your heart’s content.

When: May 25 to May 26, 2019

Where: Angel Fire Bike Park

Free Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Kit Carson Electric Cooperative Installs Ten Free Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in the Taos Area

Taos, NM – In April 2019. Kit Carson Electric Cooperative (KCEC} in partnership with the Town of Taos, UNM-Taos, Renewable Taos, Taos County and KTAO Solar Center, installed ten electric vehicle (EVI charging stations in the Taos area. Every EV charging station was strategically installed adjacent to a KCEC owned solar array for integration of renewable energy. This project utilized local labor and entices tourists and residents with an EV to visit the great amenities the Enchanted Circle has to offer.

KCEC placed the EV charging stations at The KTAO Solar Center, UNM-Taos Klauer Campus, Town of Taos Eco-Park and KCEC’s main headquarters at 118 Cruz Alta Road. Each venue has a different combination of universal and Tesla chargers. EV drivers will have the convenience of charging their EV free of charge without worry of their battery running low. KCEC wants to promote the highlights and benefits of northern NM and encourage the public to visit these unique places.

During the day, each EV charging station is by a KCEC solar array, KCEC implemented this strategy to enable families or individuals with an electric vehicle to charge their EV free Of charge. All Of the EV chargers were donated to KCEC and installation costs were minimal. KCEC understands the financial constraints of municipalities businesses and entities thus the charging stations are free to the public.

CEO Luis A. Reyes Jr. “We want to encourage local businesses and communities that we serve to join us the Energy Revolution”.

KCEC wants to thank all of the entities that helped facilitate and advocate foe the placement of the EV charging stations. The positive participation and buy-in from the community expedited the implementation. UNM-Taos and KCEC collaborated collectively on the educational and economic development opportunities the new EV chargers will create. The KCEC Board Of Trustees are committed to the communities we serve by providing the necessary services needed to enhance the quality life of our members

Michael Santistevan, Public
Relations Coordinator
575-758-2258
msantistevan@kitearson.com
www.kitcarson.com

Welcome Dr. Tim Doolin!

Dear valued patients and/or respected members of the community, We are very excited to welcome Dr. Tim Doolin to Angel Fire Family Dentistry, beginning on June 40 2019! Our practice has grown and in order to continue providing you with the best standard of care, we are bringing on a young and energetic dentist.

Dr. Doolin has lived in Chicago for the last ten years. He recently attended Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine – Illinois. Prior to dental school Dr. Doolin received his Bachelor’s degree from Loyola University of Chicago with majors in Biophysics and Biology and minors is Studio Art, Mathematics, and Biostatistics with research in fluid dynamics. He then completed a master’s degree at Midwestern University in Biomedical Science and completed his thesis on stem cells in teeth. In his time at dental school he received multiple honors as the top producing student and spent additional time studying advanced case management. Some of his specialties and certifications include Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Implants, Laser Dentistry, Root Canals, and Invisalign.

In his free time, Dr. Doolin enjoys golfing (he proudly maintains a scratch handicap), snowboarding, skiing, backpacking, and volunteering. He has led and participated in multiple dental mission trips to Panama and Haiti. He also spent time volunteering at Chicago’s Ruth M Rothstein CORE center providing no cost dentistry to patients with complex medical histories in the Chicagoland area.

One of Dr. Doolin’s greatest passions is his growing family. He will be moving with his wife Vanessa, who is very excited for the change in lifestyle from Chicago. They are expecting a baby boy in the middle of July and are looking forward to raising him in Angel Fire. The Doolin’s love being in nature and they have explored fifteen national parks since their wedding in 2017 at Yellowstone. They can hardly wait to explore the beautiful Moreno Valley and surrounding areas.

Call or stop by our office to meet Dr. Doolin and book your next dental appointment with him or Dr. McCash. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Sincerely,

Your Dental Team at Angel Fire Family Dentistry