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St. Eleanor Church Continues Deacon Bob Racicot’s Tradition for The Nest

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St. Eleanor Catholic Church of Ruidoso has long been active in the Lincoln County community, providing jail ministry and supporting programs like the Lincoln County Food Bank and HEAL & The Nest Domestic Violence Shelter. The Nest has benefited from continued support from St. Eleanor due, at least in part, to the work of the…

Ruidoso’s Midtown Market Undergoes Changes and Supports The Nest

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The Midtown Market has been in business for over a year and a half now, located below Lucy’s Mexicali Restaurant at 2408B Sudderth Drive in Midtown Ruidoso.  This past February, the market phased out the convenience store items and transitioned to feature the new Old Barrel Tea Company at Midtown Market. During the transition, owners…

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

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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…

Trainer of Navajo Culture and Tradition to Give Presentation at HEAL Board & Staff Retreat

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HEAL and The Nest Domestic Violence Shelter serve many different types of people who come from diverse environments and cultures.  Because of this, it is important for board members and advocates to be knowledgeable about different traditions in order to be respectful and provide the best assistance to all women and children who come to…

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

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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

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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…

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