Community Building

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In the current Covid-19 pandemic many of our elderly are shut in in nursing homes with very little contact to the outside world. Social isolation is impacting everyone, in every nursing home around the country because people are stuck in their rooms which research shows can undermine their physical and mental health.

Pictured Left to Right, Janis Garner, RN E-Unit Manager, Todd Winder, Facility Administrator, Kim Clark, and Trish Rhodes, LBSW.

"I was visiting with a very good friend Janis who is a Nurse at Ft. Bayard Medical Center about how things were going with residents. She said they were struggling with not being able to have visits from family and friends." She went on to say that the caregivers were trying to schedule video visits

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The Parade serves to provide New Mexico with a renewed celebration of the great features and exciting new home projects that are available in the Albuquerque area. For the Spring 2020 Parade, we’re excited to present several homes from some amazing home builders! To view the Spring 2020 homes, please click the button below.

The Home Builders Association of Central New Mexico (HBA) is proud to bring you the Spring 2020 Parade of Homes. The Parade showcases many of our area builders as they celebrate the home. We think you’ll enjoy the inspiring designs. We hope everyone who comes out over both weekends of the Spring 2020 Parade enjoys seeing the best that the Albuquerque home builders have to offer.

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New Feature! Virtual

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As we continue to follow public health and safety guidelines to help slow the spread of COVID-19, we know many travel plans have been cancelled or put on hold. While travel is not advised or possible at this time, we invite you to explore the wonders of New Mexico from home through these virtual, interactive activities.

Soar in a hot air balloon, wander the corridors of Meow Wolf, explore the magnificent Carlsbad Caverns, browse the works of Georgia O’Keeffe, take a virtual hike through National Parks and Monuments, engage with our Native American culture, and so much more! 

Stay safe, stay well, and we hope you stay inspired to visit New Mexico when the time is right.

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We wanted to recognize the Las Cruces Association Of REALTORS® for their outstanding community efforts in Southern New Mexico! They raised over $13,000 last October (2019) at our Annual Golf Tournament and Charity Auction. The 2019 raised funds are for donations for 2020 to local non-profits in Dona Ana County.

The Community Service Committee of the Las Cruces Association of REALTORS ® made donations to the following non-profit organizations in March:

$500.00 – Alzheimer’s Association of New Mexico, Las Cruces Chapter
$750.00 – Dyslexia Institute of Southern New Mexico (pictured)
$1000.00 – Casa de Peregrinos (pictured)
$250.00 – Boys and Girls Club of Las Cruces
$250.00 – Battle of the Books
$750.00 – Down Syndrome Families of Las Cruces (pictured)

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There is a common saying that it is about the journey, not the destination. But after some hiking in the Organ Mountains outside of Las Cruces Michael and the NM True Crew might argue it is both. The climbs to higher ground included an abundance of both beauty and interesting information from their guide. And the views from the top…stunning. #NewMexicoTrue#NMTrue

Source: "NM True TV - Indian Hollow, Aguirre Springs and Dripping Springs Hikes"

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REALTORS® are community leaders – That’s Who We Are®. You shape and help build neighborhoods that thrive. By promoting diversity and inclusion you unlock access to opportunities that transform lives and boost business. Thriving communities mean:

  • A strong economy = more jobs, more income, more business
  • Healthier people
  • A cleaner environment
  • Higher-achieving students
  • Safer streets
Fair Housing Month is Here. So is Coronavirus.

April is upon us. This time of year is usually a flurry of spring market activity. It’s also a time when we reflect on the ways people are shut out of the housing market, and commit to expanding housing opportunity, with our annual observation of Fair Housing Month. This year is different. Because of

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For much of its winding travels through New Mexico the Rio Grande is a quiet river. But above the Elephant Butte Dam it becomes a massive lake, filled with just about every water sport imaginable. Boating, water-skiing, fishing, camping, canoeing and much much more is all #NewMexicoTrue

Source: "NewMexico.org" 

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Albuquerque is home to many great museums showcasing art and history. But some of those museums are less traditional and worth a visit just to experience their unusual subject matter. Several of the museums have non-traditional hours and/or seasonal closings. Please be sure to contact the museum directly to check before making your trip.

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Unusual Museums Information American International Rattlesnake Museum rattlesnakes.com Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum balloonmuseum.com The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History nuclearmuseum.org Telephone Museum of New Mexico 505-842-2937 Turquoise Museum turquoisemuseum.com Unser Racing Museum unserracingmuseum.com More Unusual Albuquerque Museums Holocaust & Intolerance

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An earthship is a house built with natural and recycled materials with energy conservation in mind. It is designed to produce water, electricity and food for its own use.

Source: "NewMexico.org"

 

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