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Posted 5/16/19

Protecting businesses from break-insTaos businesses have suffered a slate of break-ins over the last year. At least one serial burglar was finally arrested and is awaiting trial. But there's plenty …

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Protecting businesses from break-ins

Taos businesses have suffered a slate of break-ins over the last year. At least one serial burglar was finally arrested and is awaiting trial. But there's plenty that businesses can do to make themselves less vulnerable to a break-ins. Taos County Sheriff Jerry Hogrefe will give tips on protecting businesses during a talk at Taos Entrepreneurial Network at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday (May 21) at Old Martina's Hall in Ranchos de Taos.

For more information, contact Steve Fuhlendorf at (575) 770-7865 or steve@taosten.org.

Bison Star holds soft opening

Bison Star Naturals is hosting a soft opening of their planned store and workshop Friday (May 17) from 3-7 p.m. at 726 Veteran's Highway, just south of Taos Mountain Casino. Enjoy a variety of art vendors, food vendors, local music and fabulous door prizes. Bison Star is a family-owned venture offering natural body care products made with locally sourced ingredients and no animal products. For more information call (575) 776-7007 or visit the website BisonStarNaturals.com.

Ski resort helps Taos nonprofits

For the first time in its history, Taos Ski Valley hosted an interclub-style ski race, an event that attracted racers and teams from North America and Europe, according to a press release. Taos Ski Valley designated the race proceeds of over $100,000 to nonprofits in the Taos community via the Taos Community Foundation. In addition to the extensive funds raised for the Taos community, the race supported the Taos Avalanche Dog program, a critical program that trains dogs to work with first responders in on-mountain emergencies.

"This event raised an extraordinary amount of money that Taos Ski Valley can direct via its donor-advised fund to nonprofits that are particularly aligned with its B-Corp and mission-driven business practices," said Lisa O'Brien, director, Taos Community Foundation. "We're grateful to Taos Ski Valley for investing in this event and raising the funds that make a profound difference in our entire region."

The Blake hosts Harwood Museum fundraiser

The third annual fundraising gala and auction to benefit the Harwood Museum will be held June 22 at The Blake Hotel in Taos Ski Valley.

Guests can dine, dance and bid on art in both live and silent auctions, with the proceeds helping the museum. Tickets are $175 per person, but seating is limited.

Bash Auction items can be previewed in the Conference Room at the Harwood Museum from June 15 - 20, from 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. See the items and find out more about the benefit at harwoodmuseum.org/bash-at-the-blake.

For remote bidding, call (575) 758-9826 ext. 105.

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