Donald Stage, board member with Identity, Inc, the LGBTQ center in Farmington, discusses the upcoming fund raiser at 6:30pm on August 18, 2018. Also, some of the other services Identity, Inc offers to the LGBTQ community, and the ongoing efforts for equality in Farmington, San Juan County and the U.S.
Dining with the Dead cast members Wendy & Gene (not pictured) Schmidt, Dr. Bob Lehmer and Scott Michlin discuss this year's event, which will be held on Saturday, September 8, 2018 at Farmington's Greenlawn Cemetary.
$25 tickets are available at Howard's Cleaners in Farmington or from members of the Rio del Sol Kiwanis Club.
Past President of Navajo Ministries Jim Baker and new President Raymond Dunton discuss the annual Living Nativity. The event will be held Saturday, December 16 from 6-8pm at the Navajo Ministries campus at 2103 W. Main Street, Farmington, NM.
Lt. Darla Malone and Salvation Army Development Director Eric Shoen discuss upcoming events, such as the dates & times families who are looking for holiday season assistance need to apply, how to provide food, toys and clothing for distribution.
Also discussed, the Salvation Army's work with the Roof shelter in Farmington, which is slated to open on Nov. 1, 2017 (if not sooner), the regional substance abuse and rehabilation program in New Mexico and the 2017 Bell ringing campaign and the T's for Turkeys event November 16, 2017.
Local Attorney Eric Morrow discusses the recent decision by the Supreme Court of the U.S. (SCOTUS) not to hear the case against the 10 Commandment monument that is installed on the lawn at Bloomfield's City Hall. The decision lets a lower court ruling stand, that the city of Bloomfield will have to remove the monument.