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Nov. 2: Jo-Lucia Marie Allred, born to Dayna Marie Allred and Aaron Angelo Allred. more
Featured UNM-TAOS HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PROGRAM (HEP) is now enrolling students. more
New: HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF TAOS is looking for someone with grant writing experience to help the organization write and research possible grants available. Contact Kevin Miller at (575) 758-7827. TFAF BOARD VOLUNTEERS. Taos Fall Arts Festival is seeking interested parties with a passion for the arts to commit to support the artists of Taos County by volunteering as a TFAF board member. There also are volunteer options open as committee members. Contact Paul Figueroa, (575) 779-8579, or Rikki Pass, (719) 492-1264, to discuss chair responsibilities and arrange an interview. Available board positions include treasurer, secretary chairperson, volunteer committee chairperson, in addition to others. more
HEART of Taos aims to provide women with the support they need. Sometimes it's financial. Sometimes it's counseling. But sometimes, a woman just needs a bed and a roof over her head. HEART House is on its way. more
NewTAOS FEEDS TAOS VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Strong backs needed Saturday (Dec. 16), through Wednesday (Dec. 20) to help sort donated food; and to fill and distribute boxes. Learn more online at … more
WE'RE STILL IN! Join like-minded folks Friday (Dec. 8), 7​-9 p.m. to respond creatively to climate change and find solutions for a sustainable, healthy and adaptive Taos. First Presbyterian … more
Ongoing: ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 24-hour hotline is (575) 758-3318.AL-ANON TAOS: Mondays (ODAT topics), 5:30-6:30 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, Community Room; Tuesdays (book study): noon-1 p.m., St. … more
The holiday season is here. If you are looking for a place to buy gifts that support a good cause, Las Comadres in Commerce members have worked for several weeks … more
Bette Korber was studying chemistry and immunology as a postgraduate student at the California Institute of Technology when scientists first discovered what became one of the most deadly pandemics of our time: HIV/AIDS. more
“I’m sort of like a courtesy aunt,” said 82-year-old Nancy Gehman, speaking of her 14 years as a volunteer advocate for children in state custody. more
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