Border Eco Spotlight
You are here: Home » Community » Socials (page 2)

Category Archives: Socials

Feed Subscription

LOCAL GIRLS SCOUTS GIVE TOUR OF  WORLD

Girl Scout troops of Santa Cruz County

The Girl Scout troops of Santa Cruz County celebrated World Thinking Day 2012 on February 25, 2012 at Desert Shadows Middle School. World Thinking Day gives the girl scouts a chance to celebrate international friendships and remind them that the Girl Scouts is a global community. Read More »

Local soccer team places 1st

Nogales Express soccer team

The team was formed two years ago after the AYSO soccer season ended. What started it out to be a soccer team to play a couple of tournaments in the spring of 2010 has yet to stop playing. The team started out as Nogales Express which was not affiliated with any club at that time. We played our first tournament ... Read More »

Las Vegas Night at Lourdes Catholic School

DSC_0029

Lourdes Catholic School hosted its illustrious Annual Las Vegas Night on Saturday, March 3, 2011. The event began at 7 p.m. and concluded late into the night until 2 a.m., very fitting of a Las Vegas night. The yearly event is one of the school’s largest fundraisers, which is organized by the school, staff and the Parent Teacher Association (PTA). ... Read More »

‘Pay It Forward’ community unites to raise funds

Donations for Alvaro Barnett

Villa’s Market and El Zarape Restaurant came together on Saturday, February 6th to help raise money to benefit the Alvaro Barnett family. Alvaro Barnett lost his battle with cancer. An account to help the family with expenses has been set up at Wells Fargo # 6454192060 under “Donations for Alvaro Barnett”. Villa’s Market and El Zarape held a carne asada ... Read More »

A Letter from the Director of Public Relations

DSC_0008

Cecilia Parra, Director of Public Relations What better season to start a new path in one’s career than Christmas. Put quite simply, it is a season dedicated to all the blessings everyone enjoys in their lives, and it is an opportunity to be thankful. I am so excited to be part of this wonderful magazine. It allows me the opportunity ... Read More »

COMO VERTE ESBELTA PARA LA FIESTA, ESTA NOCHE!

Black dress

En esta temporada Navideña, todos queremos lucir lo mejor que podamos. Dijiste que te pondrías a dieta y que estarías delgada para la Navidad; sin embargo, llegabas cansada del trabajo, no pudiste ir al gimnasio porque no querías perder el juegode soccer de tu hijo… Todos tenemos excusas cuando empezamos a hablar del porqué no adelgazamos. No te preocupes, a ... Read More »

Que mensaje emites con el color de tu corbata

Tie

Estilo por Alma Cecilia Parra La corbata es una elemento poderoso de la expresión de cada hombre. Sin necesidad de decir una palabra, con el color de tu corbata mandas un mensaje a las personas que te rodean pues cada color crea una reacción emocional en éstas. Simplemente, con el color de tu corbata puedes cambiar el ambiente en una ... Read More »

NOGALES FIRE DEPARTMENT CLEAN UP

Nogales Fire Department

The Nogales Fire Department recently held a trash clean up to help beautify the city and also gave out candies this past Halloween. Read More »

Holiday meals for needy

City of Nogales Mayor Arturo Garino at this year's Thanksgiving give-away.

The City of Nogales Mayor’s Office hosted its Annual Thanksgiving Meals drive on November 22, 2011. In conjunction with local schools, the Mayor’s Office was able to identify eighty in-need and low-income families to receive the Thanksgiving meals. The families, selected by local schools, were then cross referenced by the City of Nogales in order not to duplicate efforts and ... Read More »

Lions Club Christmas Project

Lions Club member Dina Sanchez looks talks to the many children who are participating in the Nogales Lions Club Annual Christmas Project.

The Nogales Lions Club with the aid of many other organizations woke up early on Sunday, December 4, 2011 to bring the spirit of the holidays to 100 children in need. The project, now in its 38th year, began with children and volunteers shopping for clothing worth more the $80 per child at J.C. Penney and new shoes from Bracker’s ... Read More »

Scroll To Top