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Glenwood Gazette Deadline
for April 2012 issue - March 20


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Inside the March issue:

Webmaster is taking a winter hibernation break - this site will resume updates with theApril issue. The Regional Calendar of Events will still be updated and you can view the print edition online in PDF format by using the links below.

Pages 1 - 8
Pages 9-14
Pages 15-20
Pages 21-28
Pages 29-32
Pages 33-36

The Gazette News Blog will continue to be updated during the hibernation.

Be sure to start getting ready for the
10th Annual Dutch Oven Cookoff
on March 31, 2012 in Glenwood, NM!

Click here for more info on the cookoff [PDF].

Click here for Dutch Oven 301 class info [PDF].

Click here for Dutch Oven Cook's Packet [PDF]

Click here for Dutch Oven Cookbook, Vol 3

Gazette Online ad rates

Forever Frontier
Visitors Guide

Distribution: April 2012

Ad samples/sizes | Rates [PDF file]

 


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JoAnn Remondini, riding her chuckwagon into camp

Message from Gale Moore, Publisher

Spring is gettin’ here...

How do you like the larger printissue with all the events, news, and photos? If you do . . . each month when you read through the pages of The Gazette, take some time to review our advertiser information. It is the independent businesses that support this paper with their advertising who bring you all the articles, history, information and photographs in each issue. To show your appreciation, when visiting their places of business, please thank them for bringing 8,000 readers The Gazette each month. And thank YOU, enthusiastic readers!

Our committee has been gearing up for the Tenth Annual Dutch Oven CookOff in Glenwood on March 31, and it's almost time! Thanks to our sponsors … Ace Hardware, The Gazette, and Western Bank … for sweetening the cooks' winnings … and to Rough Country for sponsoring the Horseshoe Pitching Tournament. Sincere appreciation for the help, expertise and guidance from committee members and helpers . . . Cathy Murphy (along with friends and youngster volunteers of Glenwood), Judy O'Loughlin, Marcia Carlson, Bobbi and Jon Dodson, Mickey and Rawlings Lemon, Linda Locklar, Leah Jones, Gale Moore, Pat and Dusty Hunt, Wanda MacInnis, Arley Howard, and others!

We're looking forward to many cooks and team signing up this year to cook and compete. We've put a lot of effort and enthusiasm into making this Tenth Annual Dutch Oven CookOff the best yet! Photos on this month's print cover are from previous Cook-Offs, to inspire more cooks to come join us this year! Pictured are Grant Smith, makin’ biscuits at his chuckbox, and JoAnn Remondini, riding her chuckwagon into camp.

During March, Twin Sisters Cycling & Fitness at 303 North Bullard in Silver City generously offered to create a window display for our Dutch Oven Cook-Off … so stroll by and take a look! (Thanks, Annie and Zeke!) This display will hopefully inspire amateur and old-hand cooks to come cook with us this year!

Recipes scattered throughout the print issue include a few for Easter (early next month, on April 8), and some to celebrate “Erin Go Bragh!” on Saint Patrick’s Day, March 17.

The closing date for the April Gazette will be March 20. Please advertise whenever possible, and let our readers know about your business and services — in and far beyond your own region.

The Gazette website ~ www.glenwoodgazette.com ~ will only be updated with the Regional Calendar and some Dutch Oven Cook-Off information during March, while webmaster Lif Strand is out of town.

Steins Ghost Town may reopen sometime soon in May, as announced in early February in the Silver City Sun-News. I'll follow up on this and let everyone know as soon as I can.

Thank you for supporting The Gazette, now in its twelfth year . . . which enjoys an enthusiastic readership from locals and travelers alike.

See you down the road ...

Gale Moore, Publisher
The Glenwood Gazette & "Forever Frontier" The Annual Visitors Guide

PO Box 4077
Silver City, NM  88062                  575.388.4806
gale@cybermesa.com or gazettelady777@yahoo.com


March PDFs of print edition
Pages 1 - 8
Pages 9-14
Pages 15-20
Pages 21-28
Pages 29-32
Pages 33-36

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     
 

 

     
 
 
   
 

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