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Foxworth-Galbraith Raises Funds for The Nest During Customer Appreciation Event


The Foxworth-Galbraith Home Improvement Center has been a fixture in the Lincoln County community for decades.  The Ruidoso store supplies lumber, building materials, tools, paint and fixtures to local contractors and do-it-yourselfers alike.  They are also grateful to their customers and supportive of community charities. As a way of thanking their loyal customers, Foxworth-Galbraith recently…

HEAL & The Nest Domestic Violence Shelter Introduce 2015-16 Board of Directors


The Help End Abuse for Life Board of Directors, who jointly oversee the activities of HEAL and The Nest Domestic Violence Shelter, are a group of eight volunteer members of our community.  Their responsibilities range from setting the annual budget to establishing long-term strategic goals for the program.  The Board establishes policies that align with…

HEAL Implements New Business Model

CW Zach Cook SF

Even nonprofits like Help End Abuse for Life (HEAL) and The Nest Domestic Violence Shelter need a business model to be successful.  From time to time, successful businesses and organizations alike must evaluate their models for maximum effectiveness and functionality.  Recently, HEAL administrators and the Board of Directors took a close look at their organizational…

Floored at The Nest

Jose Bonilla & Francisco Martinez

Think about flooring for a second. No, seriously. Think about it. Think about carpet and tile and hardwood floors.  Now think how a newly finished floor can make a house or office look terrific.The interior of the NEST looks even more terrific today thanks to some dedicated individuals who gave of their time and money…

Everybody Wins with this Court Decision

Katie Lund

While it may be popular not to trust the government, here’s a government policy most people can get behind. Katie Lund is the Judge for Lincoln County Division II Magistrate Court.  Each day, she has a full docket, many of which are misdemeanor traffic violations. If the defendants in the cases are willing to donate…

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