Cowboy Poetry Fiesta
4-H at Western National Roundup
Cookoff March 26, 2011
Oven Demo Feb. 27 in Silver City
Mark Twain Comes To Quemado!
Volunteer Center of Grant County
to Assist Seniors
Volunteers Needed for Catron County Health Council
Dutch Oven Cookoff
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Mark your calendar: Ninth Annual
Southwest New Mexico DUTCH OVEN COOK-OFF is
coming to Glenwood, New Mexico at the Community
Park on CatWalk Road from 9:00 AM to Mid-fternoon
Saturday, March 26, 2011
Cooking Divisions ~ Single Pot or Three Pots
(Main Dish, Bread, Dessert). Cooks can enter
on their own, or as a team. Entry fee ~ $ 15
for Single Pot, $ 30 for Three Pots.
Cooks may begin their Set-up and Fires at
7:30 A.M. Cooks' Meeting ~ 8:30 A.M. Cooking
Time ~ 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
Times To Submit Finished Dishes: Dessert,
12:00 Bread, 1:00 Main Dish, 2:00 Food Available
at Park Before the Tasting
"Tasters' Delight" at
featuring samples from the Dutch Oven entries
~ $6.00 per person
BBQ Sandwich with Cole Slaw and Chips ~ $ 6.00
Come early to get tickets for the Tasters
Awards Presentation Follows the PotLuck
Honors, Cash Awards and Gifts for the Winning
Live Music by Benjy Rivas and the BBR Band from Las Cruces!
Vendors are invited to join the fun on Saturday,
March 26 at the Glenwood Park, at the 9th Annual
Dutch Oven Cook-Off. It's going to be the best
Vendor spaces at the park are "first paid,
first selection of site," and the space
fee is $25.
Vendors are responsible for bringing their
own table, chairs, etc. The Glenwood Park has
a limited amount of shade, so you might want
to bring a pop-up shade cover.
Leah Jones has vendor forms she can email to
those who are interested -so contact her soon!
On the form, a vendor will fill out their name
and contact information, as well as what he
or she will be selling that day. Once you receive
the form, print it, fill it out, and mail it
to Leah with your $25 to ensure your space.
Questions? Call Leah
at (575) 539-2800 or email her email@example.com … to request
your form. Leah Jones HC 61 Box 296 Glenwood,
Business owners interested in participating
as a Sponsor of this year's Dutch Oven Cook-Off
are invited to call Leah Jones at (575) 539.2800.
Western Bank, ACE Hardware and
the Glenwood Gazette have signed on as Sponsors
this year - and we hope to have several more,
whose contributions will increase the cash
awards for our winning cooks!
Come Try Your Skills at Black Pot Cookin'!
We want to have as many Cooks & Teams
as possible this year! Assemble your own team
from your church or organization! Everyone
is welcome to enter, no matter where you call
home, and whether you're experienced or amateur!
REGISTER EARLY BY MAIL
For a Packet of Information, Rules & Entry
Blank ~ Call or E-Mail:
Leah Jones (575) 539-2800 firstname.lastname@example.org HC 61 Box 296 Glenwood, NM 88039
Mickey Lemon (575) 388-2840 email@example.com P. O. Box 1676 Silver City, NM 88062
This event is reminiscent of the old days when folks in small communities would gather to share good food and "visit." This ninth annual Dutch Oven promises to be a memorable day you won’t want to miss!
Proceeds from this Annual Event Benefit the
Glenwood Community Park
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Be A Part of the Seventh Annual Forever Frontier
The 2011 Visitors' Guide to Southwest New
Mexico and Southeast Arizona
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"Forever Frontier" is considered
by many as the best tourism publication for
rural communities in Southwestern New Mexico,
Southern and Eastern Arizona.
"Forever Frontier" is an independently-produced
annual tourism magazine (published by The
Glenwood Gazette) which is funded only by
advertising to cover production, printing
and deliveries. Pages in this Visitors Guide
highlight small towns in some of the Southwest's
last frontiers . . . to inform and educate
travelers, encouraging them to "get off
the interstates" and visit our unique
Communities are highlighted with their history
and attractions, custom area maps fill numerous
pages, and regional articles of interest are
also included - making this a publication
that travelers and locals alike keep and refer
to. No other local guide provides more valuable
traveler information than "Forever Frontier." And
no other guide is distributed as widely.
Where are they Distributed ?
Visitor Guides are distributed FREE (all year)
throughout at least five states, to a variety
of locations frequented by travelers . .
o Chambers of Commerce and Visitor Centers
o State and national parks,
o Country stores and Trading posts,
o Lodging and Dining establishments,
o RV Parks, Shops, Banks, sporting goods,
coffeehouses, guides and outfitters,
museums, and more . . .
The Visitors Guide began in 2003, was published
in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2009.
Economic factors in 2008 and 2010 resulted
in a delay of what was originally an annual
publication. This year, Forever Frontier is
planned to go to press in April, with distribution
beginning immediately. The closing date for
this edition has not been set, but production
will continue through February and March.
Forever Frontier 2011 (the seventh annual
edition) will be a glossy magazine format
publication featuring a majority of four-color
pages with some black-and-white pages. Total
page size will be determined by the number
of participating communities. 50,000 copies
of The Guide will be distributed FREE -
all year - within FIVE states (New Mexico,
Arizona, Texas, and Southern Colorado, Utah,
and perhaps Oklahoma this year) - far beyond
each community's usual area of promotion.
Advertisers are Invited to Reserve Space
Supporting "Forever Frontier" with
o features your own business,
o promotes a page for your community, and
o makes other pages in the Guide possible, including
. . . community attractions and photographs, history
and culture (old and new), visitor services listings,
recreational information, a regional calendar of
events, and more, all to familiarize visitors with
Please Respond Early
Promote your community and business beyond
your usual area - be part of this year's
Ad rates and sizes are available either by
email (as a PDF file) or by USPS mail.
A copy of the current Guide can be mailed
on request ($5.00 per copy to cover postage.)
Just contact me by email or phone and I will
be happy to help or answer any questions you
Gale Moore, Publisher
P. O. Box 4077 Silver City, NM 88062
(575) 388.4806 firstname.lastname@example.org