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7024U recently received funds totaling $90,000 from the Eddy County Commission and Devon Energy toward the continued organization of the proposed outreach center for at-risk youth. Pictured above from left, Will Kirkes of New Mexico Custom Homes, Nancy Husselman of the Artesia Drug & Crime Coalition and 7024U board members Leah Boone, Patricia Aragon and Amy Grantham comb over details of the project. The organization is currently accepting bids for renovation work on its intended location in the former Artesia Police Department at 702 W. Chisum Ave. The next meeting of 7024U is scheduled for 2 p.m. Nov. 19 at the Artesia Chamber of Commerce. Interested parties are invited to attend, and donations are still being accepted. Grace Miller – Daily Press
7024U recently received funds totaling $90,000 from the Eddy County Commission and Devon Energy toward the continued organization of the proposed outreach center for at-risk youth. Pictured above from left, Will Kirkes of New Mexico Custom Homes, Nancy Husselman of the Artesia Drug & Crime Coalition and 7024U board members Leah Boone, Patricia Aragon and Amy Grantham comb over details of the project. The organization is currently accepting bids for renovation work on its intended location in the former Artesia Police Department at 702 W. Chisum Ave. The next meeting of 7024U is scheduled for 2 p.m. Nov. 19 at the Artesia Chamber of Commerce. Interested parties are invited to attend, and donations are still being accepted.
Grace Miller – Daily Press

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