Foreign-national soldiers speak to Mayfield HS students
By Laura Almaraz
Missile Ranger Staff Writer
Four foreign-national soldiers participating with Bold Quest at White Sands Missile Range spoke to Advanced Placement (AP) French and world history students at Mayfield High School Wednesday, May 14.
The soldiers, one from Denmark and three from France, spoke about their jobs, culture and the importance of knowing more than one language.
“If you travel, even if you speak a broken language, it will totally change the relationship you have with people,” said Maj. Michel Pipier.
He spoke about the French culture and encouraged students to travel and learn about different ... Continue Reading
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Toward this end, the Las Cruces Convention & Visitors Bureau plays a leading role in defining and branding Las Cruces as a desirable destination offering a variety of activities, attractions, and events now and in the future.
The Convention & Visitors Bureau’s primary purpose is to attract people from outside ... Continue Reading
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Stephanie Armitage, branch manager for First National Bank of the Rio Grande on Northrise Drive, is a native of Doña Ana County. She received her Bachelor of Business Administration from New Mexico State University in 2007. After graduating, she moved to South Korea to teach English as a second language for two years. When she returned to the United States, Armitage worked for Bank of the Rio Grande, advancing from part-time teller to branch supervisor in one year. She then went on to work for the Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico to help form the Coalition for ... Continue Reading
What are you waiting for? “Why do it today when you can wait till tomorrow?” That’s the easy way out.
Being a member of the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce is not only an honor, but it is also an asset that is not well used by its members.
The Chamber offers numerous ways to get the name of your business out and numerous opportunities for networking, advertising and workshops – just to name a few – that will help build a solid bottom line. These opportunities are there for you, however, you need to take the first step and the ... Continue Reading