Aug 13th, 2013

Adobe conditions assessment continues on the Armijo house

By Pat Taylor If you remember from my previous update, we had two exterior areas of the historic Armijo-Gallagher House, the future home of the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce, we had opened up to assess. The west wall area section was stabi­lized with adobe. Since then, with it dry­ing sufficiently, we applied a leveling coat of mud plaster to be followed by a lime plaster, which was the original exterior plaster material. I set stones into the adobe to better anchor the lime plaster in a time-hon­ored system called “rajuelar.” ... Continue Reading

Mar 14th, 2018 By: Brandi Misquez

Please join us for the Annual Chamber Gala & Choice Awards Dinner.

Award nominations, sponsorships and reservations are currently being accepted.

Friday, April 6

Las Cruces Convention Center

Registration opens at 6pm

Program to begin at 7pm

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About the 2018 Chamber Choice Awards

2018 Chamber Choice Awards Citizen of the Year Nomination

2018 Chamber Choice Awards Crystal Apple Education Award

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Mar 15th, 2018 By: Brandi Misquez


Have some fun in the sun at the beautiful Red Hawk Golf Club! Your membership with the Chamber may include member perks for this event so contact Kyle today to inquire of your benefits! Register your team today! Download the registration form here

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Mar 16th, 2018 By: Brandi Misquez
Early Morning Networking? YES PLEASE!   Boost your business! Bring 50 business cards or marketing material for this morning event.   Guest speakers: Rob Tate and Shawn Martin Linking Hands: Helping our Homeless Youth Karissa Doan -- Leadership Las Cruces   $20 per person, cancellations before 48 hours will receive a gull refund.   Please RSVP to   Holiday Inn Express North 2142 Telshor Court
Aug 14th, 2013 By: Brandi Misquez
Knowing the ins, outs of cow work

By Stephen L. Wilmeth The morning started before sunup. I was feeding horses. Feeding hay from big bales is hard. I made sure Bailey got at least her share. She was going to work today. At 6:30 a.m. I walked to her with a halter. She left and started her predictable lunge circle. “OK, Bailey, I’ll be here when you decide you’ve had enough,” I told her. The routine concluded when she stopped and turned to me. That signaled she was ready for the day. I put the halter on her and we left the pens. As I ... Continue Reading