This link to a great article in The New York Times was sent to me by Signe Lindell, a Santa Fe city councilwoman whom I know. In New Mexico Tent City, a Glimmer of HopeAlso would like to invite you to participate in the Go Fund Me campaign for the Taos Men’s Shelter that I have written about in previous posts. http://www.gofundme.com/taos-mens-shelter Please share these links with friends who might be interested. There are some handy buttons to do so below. You might also like:
A bright spot this new year is that the Taos Men’s Shelter has moved to its new location. The building was moved Dec. 26 in the snow and cold. “Now all we need is electricity, water, sewage and flooring,” reports Executive Director Jeff Sattler.
The new site was prepped and foundation poured in mid-December. The shelter will house about 20 men per night when it opens. Taos temperatures have been dipping down below zero at night lately but thanks to donations and kindly innkeepers, most homeless men and women have been able to stay in warm motel rooms.
I am a long-time member of New Mexico Press Women and the National Federation of Press Women. I am also a member of the Northern New Mexico Press Women’s group headquartered in Santa Fe. It includes journalists, editors, public relations people, publishers and authors. Author Anne Hillerman is currently the president of that group. While I was unable to attend the convention in Las Cruces in April, I have been in contact with press women in the state.
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