Celebrations, March 31, 2019
Weddings & anniversaries
Joe and Cheryl Archuleta celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary March 8 with their family. Together, they have raised two daughters, Karla Saiz and Lynette Trujillo, both of Santa Fe. They also have five granddaughters: Shentel, Kayla, Latysha, Alicia and Briana; as well as one grandson, CeeJay; and one great-grandson, Kameron. Joe retired from the Public Service Company of New Mexico, and Cheryl retired from Santa Fe Public Schools.
Faces & places
The Solace Crisis Treatment Center recently was presented with a $15,000 grant from the Rotary Club of Santa Fe to help support programs for children, youth and caretakers at the center. The funds were from proceeds of the annual Fourth of July Pancakes on the Plaza event, an annual fundraiser of the Rotary Club.
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The Museum of International Folk Art has announced that Executive Director Khristaan Villela and co-editors of History and Architecture of the Santa Fe Scottish Rite Temple have won the Ralph Emmerson Twitchell Award. The book was published by the Museum of New Mexico Press on June 24 and received the award Saturday.
The Historical Society of New Mexico grants the Ralph Emmerson Twitchell Award for an outstanding publication or significant contribution to the creative arts that relates to New Mexico history.
Daniel Giorgio of Santa Fe will be heading to Case Western/MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, for a residency in emergency medicine. Giorgio is a fourth-year student in the College of Medicine at Northeast Ohio Medical University in Rootstown, Ohio.
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Rachael Gollub of Santa Fe, a fourth-year student at the College of Medicine at the Northeast Ohio Medical University, will be heading to St. Mary’s Medical Center — SCL Health in Grand Junction, Colo., for a residency in family medicine following graduation in May.
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Luna Community College nursing students Emma Peoble and Maria Ouska Merritt recently received the Alta Vista Auxiliary Scholarship, which is awarded each year in the spring to Level 2 students who have a grade-point average of 3.5 or greater and have demonstrated commitment to the field of nursing. The Alta Vista Auxiliary has provided this scholarship to nursing students since 2001.