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In Loving Memory of Thomas B. Minnick

Thomas B. Minnick, age 95, died Saturday, March 28, 2015 in Clayton, New Mexico. 

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM on Thursday, April 2, 2015 at the Trinity Fellowship Church in Clayton, New Mexico with Terrell Jones, pastor, officiating. Burial will follow in the Clayton Memorial Cemetery by Hass Funeral Directors of Clayton.

Thomas B. Minnick was born on September 29, 1919 in Erath County, Texas to Jasper Whitney Minnick and Nellie (Hale) Minnick. He graduated from high school in Iraan, Texas in 1939 and married Mary Beatrice “Bea” Minnick on April 2, 1940 in Iraan, Texas and she preceded him in death on April 16, 2012. Tom served in the US Navy during WWII and worked in the pot ash mines in Carlsbad for a few years before working as an electrician. Tom served as a Church Of Christ Minister for many years in churches all over the surrounding five state area. They retired in 2002 and moved to Clayton. In addition to his parents and wife, Tom was preceded in death by a daughter; Rosanne Hinton, a grandson; Barry Swart, 4 sisters; Rheta, Gladys, Lee & Tincey, 2 brothers; J.R. and Lester, a brother-in-law; Buddy and 5 sisters-in-law; Flodell, Oma, Lillian, Wilma and Betty. 

SURVIVORS: 

1 DAUGHTER: Lacie Cook and her husband Bill of Clayton, New Mexico. 

1 SISTER-IN-LAW: Helen Duncan of Carlsbad, New Mexico. 

1 BROTHER-IN-LAW: James Falkner of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 

3 GRANDCHILDREN: Britt Swart of Clayton, New Mexico, Michael Exum and his wife Lisa of Lubbock, Texas and Lisa Walker of Cortez, New Mexico. 

5 Great-Grandchildren 

3 Great-Great-Grandchildren 

And numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. 

MEMORIALS: The family suggests that memorials be made in Tom’s memory to the Wounded Warrior Project, P. O. Box 758517, Topeka, Kansas 66675.

In Loving Memory of Joe E. Gonzales Sr.

Joe E. Gonzales Sr. age 74 of Raton, passed away Thursday March 26, 2015 in Santa Fe, NM. He was born February 18, 1941 in Taos, NM, the son of Aaron and Alice Struck-Gonzales. He was a rancher and loved spending time with his animals.

He is preceded in death by his parents, brothers Alfred and Donecio Gonzales and loving companion Margaret Grine.

He is survived by his daughters, Loretta Grillo (Alfred) of San Bernardino, CA, and Becky Moreno of Raton. Sons Eddie Gonzales Jr and (Carol) of Raton and Henry Gonzales (Ybarra) of Riverside, CA. sister Beatrice Chavez of Las Cruces, NM and brothers Gilbert Gonzales (Barbara) of Raton, Juan Gonzales (Patti) of Raton, Albert Gonzales (Theresa) of Farmington, NM, and Andy Martinez (Tina) of Monte Vista, CO. Grandchildren Amy Barker (Thomas) of Raton, Irene Diaz (Carlos) of Las Vegas, NV, Angela Grillo (Phillip) of San Bernardino, CA, and Efrain Moreno (Alisha) of Denver, CO, seven great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be Monday March 30, 2015 from 2:00 P.M. until 4:00 P.M. at the Yaksich-Long Funeral Home funeral services will be Tuesday March 31, 2015 at 10:00 A.M. at the Yaksich-Long Funeral Home Chapel, Burial will be in the Mt. Calvary Cemetery in Raton.

Arrangements and celebration of love for Joe E. Gonzales are under the direction of the Yaksich-Long Funeral Home of Raton.

Raton Hosts Santa Rosa in Double Header

By Marty Mayfield

KRTN Multi-Media

The ladies made it home as they hosted Santa Rosa for their first home game of the season in what turned out to be a calamity of events.

First the game was scheduled for Tuesday but got moved to Monday and it was supposed to be a varsity then JV game at 4:00 p.m. But it ended up being a varsity double header that began at 3:00 p.m. with Raton taking an early lead and putting the ribbons on game with a 16-0 win over the young and inexperienced Santa Rosa Lady Lions in four innings. Natasha Archuleta lead the Lady Tigers from the mound and where she had little trouble throwing “K”s during the first game. 

Santa Rosa is in an independent class this year as this is their first year to play softball. Once they have a year or two in the books they will be assigned to District 5AAA with Raton. 

After a break in action the second game got under way once again with Raton taking the early lead with the hard bats and aided by a couple of walk offs runs. Santa Rosa did manage to get the bases loaded placed a runner across home plate. Game two however ended early as Raton closed the game on the 10-run rule in the fifth inning. 

Raton will now to Saturday for a game with Estancia at 1:00 p.m.

Game 1 
Santa Rosa 0
Raton 16
 
Game 2
Santa Rosa 1
Raton 12
Andie Ortega heads for home after a wild throw to third base during the game with Santa Rosa Monday afternoon

Andie Ortega heads for home after a wild throw to third base during the game with Santa Rosa Monday afternoon

 

Caydence Sisneros makes contact the ball and brings the runners around as Raton works toward their 12-1 win over Santa Rosa

Caydence Sisneros makes contact the ball and brings the runners around as Raton works toward their 12-1 win over Santa Rosa

 

Natasha Ortega slides safe into third during the game with Santa Rosa Monday afternoon

Natasha Ortega slides safe into third during the game with Santa Rosa Monday afternoon

 

Montana Trujillo slides safe into second as the ball arrives a fraction to late.

Montana Trujillo slides safe into second as the ball arrives a fraction to late.

 

Andie Ortega gets caught in the pickle and pulls off an escape as she out runs a throw and makes it to second base.

Andie Ortega gets caught in the pickle and pulls off an escape as she out runs a throw and makes it to second base.

 

Mariah Encinias is out at home as she tried to slide in under the ball during the game with Santa Rosa Monday afternoon.

Mariah Encinias is out at home as she tried to slide in under the ball during the game with Santa Rosa Monday afternoon.

In Loving Memory of Frank Segotta

Frank-Segotta-1427548588Memorial Mass for Frank Segotta, 81, of Lubbock will be celebrated at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at Holy Spirit Catholic Church with Father Joseph Palacios officiating. Arrangements under the care of Sanders Funeral Home.
He passed away on March 28, 2015.
Frank was born October 4, 1933 in Van Houten, NM to Andro and Mary Segotta. He served in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Bremerton. He married Ida Maxine Robertson on December 29, 1954. Frank was a barber until his retirement. He was a member of Holy Spirit Catholic Church.  
Loved ones include his wife, Ida Maxine; daughter, Debra Champion and husband, Tim; grandchildren, Lauren Champion, Lucas Champion and wife Amanda.

 

RHS Baseball at the Portales Tourney

RATON VARSITY (3) AT PORTALES VARSITY (4)

RATON VARSITY        AB  R  H BI  PORTALES VARSITY     AB  R  H BI
Ethan Washburn        1  2  0  0  Grant Wagner          4  1  2  0  
Johnathan Cabriales   3  1  0  0  Mathew Martinez       4  1  1  0  
Dante Mileta          2  0  0  0  Darin Bonem           3  1  1  1  
Martin Ortiz          4  0  1  3  Omar Legarda          3  0  1  1  
Brandon Luksich       2  0  0  0  Emilio Lovato         3  0  2  2  
Dillon Lemons         2  0  0  0  Draven Saiz           2  0  0  0  
Cole Medina           1  0  0  0  Jacob Salgado         2  0  0  0  
Conelll Ware          2  0  0  0  Ed Banda              3  0  0  0  
Dakota Martinez       2  0  0  0  Joe Ortega            2  1  0  0  
TOTALS               19  3  1  3  TOTALS               26  4  7  4

RATON VARSITY                 100 000 2 -- 3  
PORTALES VARSITY              200 001 1 -- 4  

LOB--RATON VARSITY 7, PORTALES VARSITY 8. ERR--Dante Mileta,
Johnathan Cabriales. 3B--Darin Bonem. SACB--Conelll Ware.
SB--Martin Ortiz, Ethan Washburn.

 RATON VARSITY                   IP    H    R   ER   BB   SO   HR
Cole Medina (L)                6.00    6    4    4    4    1    0
Ethan Washburn                 0.33    1    0    0    1    1    0
 PORTALES VARSITY           
Darion Ontiveros               2.33    0    1    1    7    1    0
Jacob Salgado                  4.00    0    2    2    4    6    0
Kersey Burnett (W)             0.67    1    0    0    0    0    0

PB--Mathew Martinez (2). WP--Darion Ontiveros. BALK--Cole
Medina. SO--Conelll Ware (2), Dakota Martinez, Martin Ortiz,
Ethan Washburn, Johnathan Cabriales (2), Omar Legarda,
Mathew Martinez. BB--Cole Medina (2), Dakota Martinez, Ethan
Washburn (3), Dillon Lemons, Dante Mileta (2), Johnathan
Cabriales, Brandon Luksich, Omar Legarda, Darin Bonem, Joe
Ortega, Draven Saiz, Jacob Salgado.


Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E L
Raton Varsity 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 1 2 7
Portales Varsity 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 7 0 8

WP: Kersey Burnett, LP: Cole Medina, SP: –

ROBERTSON (8) AT RATON VARSITY (14)

ROBERTSON            AB  R  H BI  RATON VARSITY        AB  R  H BI
Player 1              3  2  1  0  Ethan Washburn        4  2  2  2  
Player 2              4  1  1  0  Danny Record          3  2  1  1  
Player 4              4  1  2  3  Dante Mileta          2  2  0  1  
                      3  0  0  1  Martin Ortiz          3  3  1  2  
Player 10             3  1  1  1  Brandon Luksich       1  2  1  0  
Player 5              3  0  0  0  Dillon Lemons         2  2  2  0  
Player 6              2  2  1  1  Cole Medina           3  1  1  4  
Player 8              3  1  2  1  Brent Trujillo        2  0  0  1  
Player 9              3  0  1  0   Trevor Portillos     0  0  0  0  
                                  Damian Martinez       4  0  0  2  
TOTALS               28  8  9  7  TOTALS               24 14  8 13

ROBERTSON                     231 011 -- 8  
RATON VARSITY                 626 00x -- 14 

LOB--ROBERTSON 6, RATON VARSITY 8. ERR--Player 6, Player 4,
Player 10, Martin Ortiz, Dillon Lemons. 2B--Player 1, Martin
Ortiz. 3B--Danny Record, Ethan Washburn. HR--Player 6.
HBP--Cole Medina, Brent Trujillo. SACB--Brandon Luksich.
SB--Martin Ortiz, Ethan Washburn.

 ROBERTSON                       IP    H    R   ER   BB   SO   HR
Player 4 (L)                   0.33    2    6    6    5    0    0
Player 11                      2.00    6    7    6    3    2    0
Player 1                       1.00    0    1    1    2    1    0
Player 5                       1.67    0    0    0    0    1    0
 RATON VARSITY              
Christian Granado              1.33    2    5    4    3    2    0
Dylan Query (W)                4.67    7    3    2    1    5    1

WP--Player 1, Player 4, Christian Granado. BALK--Player 4.
SO-- (3), Player 2 (2), Player 5, Player 8, Damian Martinez
(2), Ethan Washburn (2). BB-- , Player 6, Player 1, Player
10, Brent Trujillo, Martin Ortiz, Danny Record, Ethan
Washburn, Dillon Lemons (2), Dante Mileta (2), Brandon
Luksich (2).


Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 R H E L
Robertson 2 3 1 0 1 1 8 9 3 6
Raton Varsity 6 2 6 0 0 14 8 2 8

WP: Dylan Query, LP: Player 4, SP: –

RATON VARSITY () AT EUNICE VARSITY ()

RATON VARSITY        AB  R  H BI  EUNICE VARSITY       AB  R  H BI
Ethan Washburn        2  0  1  0  Isaiah Nichols        4  0  1  0  
Danny Record          3  0  0  0  Brett Hobbs           4  3  2  0  
Dante Mileta          0  0  0  0  Bryce Foutz           4  3  3  3  
 Damian Martinez      1  0  0  0  Jose Luis Rodriguez   4  3  1  0  
Martin Ortiz          2  0  1  0  Armando Rodriguez     4  1  3  2  
Brandon Luksich       2  0  1  0  Carlos Leyva          3  1  1  0  
Dillon Lemons         2  0  0  0  Brandon Caraza        3  1  1  0  
Cole Medina           2  0  0  0  Roman Acosta          3  1  0  1  
Dakota Martinez       2  0  0  0  Beto Gonzales         2  1  0  1  
Trevor Portillos      2  0  0  0                                    
TOTALS               18  0  3  0  TOTALS               31 14 12  7

RATON VARSITY                  --    
EUNICE VARSITY                 --    

LOB--RATON VARSITY , EUNICE VARSITY . ERR--Cole Medina (3),
Martin Ortiz, Ethan Washburn (2), Dante Mileta, Armando
Rodriguez. 2B--Brandon Caraza , Bryce Foutz (2), Jose Luis
Rodriguez . 3B--Bryce Foutz. HBP--Ethan Washburn, Brandon
Caraza . SB--Ethan Washburn, Armando Rodriguez, Jose Luis
Rodriguez .

 RATON VARSITY                   IP    H    R   ER   BB   SO   HR
Martin Ortiz (L)               0.33    3    3    2    1    0    0
Ethan Washburn                 1.67    4    5    1    2    3    0
Dillon Lemons                  2.00    5    6    1    0    1    0
 EUNICE VARSITY             
Bryce Foutz (W)                5.00    3    0    0    0    7    0

PB--Dillon Lemons (2), Brandon Luksich. WP--Martin Ortiz,
Ethan Washburn, Dillon Lemons. SO--Dakota Martinez (2),
Martin Ortiz, Trevor Portillos, Danny Record (2), Dillon
Lemons, Beto Gonzales, Brandon Caraza, Armando Rodriguez,
Isaiah Nichols. BB--Carlos Leyva, Beto Gonzales, Roman
Acosta .


Team R H E L
Raton Varsity        
Eunice Varsity        

WP: Bryce Foutz, LP: Martin Ortiz, SP: –

 

RHS at the 2015 State Spirit

By Marty Mayfield 

KRTN Multi-Media

The Raton High cheer and dance teams traveled down the road to Albuquerque to compete in the State Spirit competition Friday and Saturday.

This year both teams competed in a different class which meant new competition and the second year back in the Pit. The cheer squad competed in Class AAA while the dance team was clumped in with class A through 4A. For dance this means seeing some old nemesis like St Mikes, Hope Christian and Silver City.  Raton and Tularosa were the only teams in class AAA so NMAA clumped the four classes together for the competition.

Cheer will compete in class AAA against teams like Pecos and Clayton, who will likely be Raton’s biggest competition. 

 After Friday’s competition KRTN spoke with both coaches, despite a bobble during the cheer competition coach Linda Ortiz was pleased with the girls performance and was looking forward to Saturday’s competition. Dance coach Sue Holland felt her team did well despite some injuries. 

Saturday’s performanes were different for each team as they had different criteria to meet. According to cheer coach Linda Ortiz the girls had done their routine flawlessly in practice but once on the floor of the Pit the girls had difficulty hitting their lifts. Ortiz told KRTN that their scores suffered Saturday due to the problems but they were less than one point behind Tucumcari for third.  

On the other hand Raton Tiger Cats dance saw their performance improve over Friday’s score and a change in how the awards were handed out. Dance went into the competitom knowing they had to compete with the 4A schools. When the awards ceremony started Tularosa the only other team in 3A to compete was awarded the 1st place trophy for class A-3A while St. Mikes took 1st place in 4A And trophies were awarded to 2nd place Hope Christain and 3rd place Sandia Prep. 

The girls will take a month or so off and begin preparing for next school year with their first performances to come in September when Raton football takes to the field for their home opened September 4th against La Junta.

 Final ResultsFrom the State Spirit Competition:   Spirit_Results_2015.pdf

 

RHS Cheer prepare to take the court during the State Spirit competition Friday morning

RHS Cheer prepare to take the court during the State Spirit competition Friday morning

 

Brianna Marquez shows the sign as Kailie Village Center prepares her tumble.

Brianna Marquez shows the sign as Kailie Village Center prepares her tumble.

 

The Tiger Cats dance team prepare to take the court Friday afternoon in the Pit

The Tiger Cats dance team prepare to take the court Friday afternoon in the Pit

 

Tiger Cats dance team take on the court Friday afternoon in the Pit during the State Spirit competition

Tiger Cats dance team take on the court Friday afternoon in the Pit during the State Spirit competition

 

RHS cheer start their routine Saturday morning in the pit at the state spirit competition

RHS cheer start their routine Saturday morning in the pit at the state spirit competition

 

Nayelli Acosta atop Alyssa Aragon shows the Tiger sign Saturday morning in the Pit

Nayelli Acosta atop Alyssa Aragon shows the Tiger sign Saturday morning in the Pit

 

Brianna Marquez tops the Tiger stack

Brianna Marquez tops the Tiger stack

 

Led by senior Cheyanne Duran(third from left) who performed her last cheer routine of her RHS career Saturday is Brianna Marquez, Mia Maestas and Rachael Mestas

Led by senior Cheyanne Duran(third from left) who performed her last cheer routine of her RHS career Saturday is Brianna Marquez, Mia Maestas and Rachael Mestas

 

Kailie Village Center atop the stack during the Saturday performance at the pit

Kailie Village Center atop the stack during the Saturday performance at the pit

 

The team performs a jump maneuver, one of the requirements in the competition

The team performs a jump maneuver, one of the requirements in the competition

 

Up she goes as they ladies put Kailie Village Center in the air with Brianna Marquez holding on.

Up she goes as they ladies put Kailie Village Center in the air with Brianna Marquez holding on.

 

The Tiger Cats Dance team begins their performance Saturday morning

The Tiger Cats Dance team begins their performance Saturday morning

 

Senior Sabrina Valdez performs during the state spirit competition in the Pit Saturday

Senior Sabrina Valdez performs during the state spirit competition in the Pit Saturday

 

Senior Heather Segura performs in the Pit Saturday during the state spirit competition

Senior Heather Segura performs in the Pit Saturday during the state spirit competition

 

RHS Tiger Cats dance on the court in the Pit

RHS Tiger Cats dance on the court in the Pit

 

Led by seniors Heather Segura and Sabrina Valdez is the Tiger Cats dance team performing in the Pit during the 2015 State Spirit competitom

Led by seniors Heather Segura and Sabrina Valdez is the Tiger Cats dance team performing in the Pit during the 2015 State Spirit competitom

 

The Tiger Cats end their performance to the applause and cheers of the Raton fans in attendance Saturday

The Tiger Cats end their performance to the applause and cheers of the Raton fans in attendance Saturday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In Loving Memory of Lucille Erma Zuniga

Lucille Erma Zuniga, age 88, passed away unexpectedly at the Trinidad Inn Nursing Home on March 26, 2015.

She was born in Gulnare, CO., the daughter of Refugio and Adrian Coca.

Lucy attended and graduated from Primero High School in 1947.

She was employed as a waitress at the Bar N I Guest Ranch, then for Tri Col Manufacturing for  several years.  Lucy worked at the Pinon Truck Stop for 20 years until her retirement.

On August 20, 1966, Lucy was united in marriage to Louis Zuniga in Raton, NM.

She enjoyed working outside, tending to her garden and flowers. She liked going to Cripple Creek with family and friends and taking her daily walk on the River Walk.  She also enjoyed going to the many garage sales with her sister Adeline where together, they liked to “collect treasures”.

She loved her family and adored her grandchildren.

Preceding her in death are parents Refugio and Adrian Coca, brothers Dan Coca, Pete Coca, Eddie Coca and Joe Trujillo, sisters Adeline Coca, Eloisa Gerardo, and Rose Martinez.

She is survived by her children Dan (Lydia) Shea, Trinidad, Linda (Kenneth) Pfalmer, Trinidad, Lou Ann (John) Kelleher, Littleton, CO, Michael (Shirley) Duran, Weston, CO, sister Bessie Kishman, Primero, CO, brother Adrian Coca Jr. North Carolina, sisters in law, Jody Coca, Trinidad, Jessica Callinicos, Denver, Jenny Mares, Denver, grandchildren, Lisa(Gene) Torres, Dan (Elena) Shea, Yvette (Brad) Knox, Jayme(Stacey) Graham, Stacy Pfalmer, Chad Sandoval, Chelsee Sandoval, Lauryn Sandoval, Michael Duran, 9 great grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

Visitation will be Tuesday from 3PM-6PM at the Comi Chapel.

Rosary will be Tuesday, March 31, 2015 at 7PM Holy Trinity Church.

Funeral Mass will be Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 10AM at Holy Trinity Church.

Interment will follow at the Trinidad Catholic Cemetery.

Active pallbearers are grandsons, Chad Sandoval, Danny Shea, great grandsons, Dylan LeBlanc, Ryan LeBlanc, and nephews Joe Coca and Anthony Lopez.

Persons wishing to do so may make contributions to Holy Trinity Academy, or the American Cancer Relay for Life in care of the Comi Funeral l Home, PO Box 122, Trinidad, CO. 81082

Arrangements made under the direction of the Comi Funeral Home.

 

MCMC Upgrades Equipment and Personnel

Miners’ Colfax Medical Center in Raton continues to upgrade equipment, medical services and personnel. CEO Shawn Lerch visited KRTN’s “This, That, and the Other” program on Friday, March 27th and told about the newest piece of equipment, the Ultrasound 4D machine. The latest technology usually found only in major metropolitan hospitals, the 4D Ultrasound will produce images just like a picture which will greatly enhance obstetrics, cardiology and pulmonary diagnostics. The machine was purchased with money from a previous appropriation from the NM Legislature. 

Lerch also announced that MCMC will make a quantum leap in its service level as it will be getting a new CT scanner for the XRay Department. The new machine will have a resolution eight times greater than the current machine and will greatly enhance diagnostics, especially cardiac.

Lerch said that the new clinic construction is moving along quickly and will be complete by the end of July.  The $3.2 million, 13, 000 square foot clinic has the outside walls up, and people should not be alarmed at the stark, yellow color. That color is just the seal coat with the final color set for a dark rust hue.

Lerch also said that the First Street Clinic is moving to the Clinic at the Acute Care Facility. The new phone number for Mimi Moore and Kirsten Adams is 575-445-7733.

As far as personnel goes, Lerch had some great news. When the clinic is complete, an additional 20 team members will be needed at MCMC. On the recruitment front, Lerch was pleased to announce that Dr. Christine Lopez, Doctor of Internal Medicine and Gerontology, will be setting up shop at the end of April and will also be the new Medical Director at Long Term Care. Lopez is the wife of Dr. Leonardo Lopez, who is currently on staff. The doctors will be joined by Dr. Haris Kazmi who specializes in pediatrics. The new clinic will have room for eight practitioners, and Lerch said their recruitment efforts are enhanced by the lure of the many outdoor activities and clean environment offered in our area. Lerch says they are searching for individuals who would enjoy what we have to offer, would be engaged and stay for a long term.

Lerch also had some good news about the Higher Education Task Force that is working on acquiring the former Highlands University building in downtown Raton. The acquisition should happen in the near future which will further enhance the continuing education certification and possibly even Masters programs in health- related fields.

In Loving Memory of Dwight Edwin “Ike” Mock

Dwight Edwin “Ike” Mock, age 49, died Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at his home in Clayton, New Mexico. 

Memorial services will be held at 2:00 PM on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at the Church of Christ in Clayton, New Mexico with Terrell Jones, pastor of the Trinity Fellowship Church in Clayton officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Hass Funeral Directors of Clayton. 

Dwight “Ike” Mock was born on April 18, 1965 in Clayton, New Mexico to Harold Mock and Janie (Radcliff) Mock. Ike graduated from Clayton High School in 1983 and attended Eastern New Mexico University for a year before going to work in the oil fields for a few years. Ike married Micah (Monroe) Mock on June 14, 1985 in Clayton, New Mexico. He worked as a police officer for a few years before going to work at Six-M Concrete where he worked with his dad for several years before He and Micah purchased the business from him in 1998 and operated the business together. Ike was a member of the Clayton Church of Christ. 

SURVIVORS: 

WIFE: Micah Mock of Clayton, New Mexico. 

3 SONS: Matthew Mock and Cameron Mock of Clayton, New Mexico and Justin Mock of Las Cruces, New Mexico. 

MOTHER: Janie Mock of Clayton, New Mexico. 

FATHER: Harold Mock of Guymon, Oklahoma. 

1 SISTER: Kimberly Montoya of Clayton, New Mexico. 

2 BROTHERS: Rusty Mock and his wife Jennifer of Clayton, New Mexico and Clinton Mock and his wife Crystal of Greeley, Colorado.

Young Marines Graduation for New Recruits

The public is invited to attend the Graduation Ceremony for the new recruits of Colfax County Young Marines​ this Saturday, March 28th at 10AM at the Raton High School Gymnasium. Also, two seniors who will be retiring from the Young Marines will be recognized during this ceremony. 

Young Marines logoTwenty-five new recruits just finished 26 hrs of training. The program now has seventy-three Young Marines.

Adult volunteers are always welcomed and needed to continue this program.

 

 


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