This Friday Blast Section is reserved for your events or happenings in the area! If you have an upcoming event or a special happening that you would like to see in the Blast, please email it to the office by Wednesday. Approved information will be reviewed and inserted in the Blast on the following Friday.
NEW THRIFTSTORE HOURS FOR
BETHEL COMMUNITY STOREHOUSE
NOW OPEN Monday – Saturday from
10am to 5pm!
Wildlife West Nature Park has received a grant from the New Mexico Youth Conservation Corps for this season’s youth employment at the park.
The first orientation will be held on
March 10 at 10am.
All interested youth aged between 16 and 25 please bring a resume and two references to the orientation.
Returning corps members can come prepared for orientation and ready to work that afternoon.
For more information call 281-7655.
US Army Jazz Ambassadors Band to perform at Moriarty High School Performing Arts Center at 7pm on April 5!
The US Army Jazz Band tours nationally and internationally, and we are on this year’s tour.
In addition several members of the Moriarty High School Jazz Band will be featured as guest performers for one song with the band!
THIS IS A FREE CONCERT.
Tickets may be obtained by contacting the superintendent’s office (limiting 4 per request). We anticipate that this concert will be sold out, so request your tickets as soon as possible.
The Moriarty Edgewood School District office number for tickets is 505.832.5801!
STEP UP CHILDCARE
Hours of operation 6am to 6pm.
Accepting Infants to Preschool age children.
87 Saddle Spur Trail, Edgewood NM 87015
Call Mary Dammann 286-4749
SPOTLIGHT ON BUSINESS:
Anne Rich has been building and promoting online businesses since 1999, and started working on the the East Mountain Guide in 2009.
“I’ve specialized in reaching new customers online for over a decade so I know how to use my skills to help local businesses, organizations, and individuals get their message out.
I grew up working for our family business and understand the need for reaching new customers while still running your business. Businesses understand they should ‘get online’, but most hang a website, post on facebook or Craig’s List and then call it quits. Online marketing is proven to work for local business when done correctly,
but the time, learning curve and expense makes doing it successfully difficult for many businesses.
The East Mountain Guide is structured as a magazine to showcase our partners, but it is much more than a website, it is a way for local businesses to stay within their budget, and reach their targeted audience while using my skills and experience!”
If you would like further information or need help, call Anne Rich at 926-1294.