Clovis businessman completes leadership program
Randy Kamradt, vice president of Davtek in Clovis, is among 39 statewide leaders who recently graduated from the Leadership New Mexico Core Program.
Graduates attended six educational sessions for the 2010-2011 program.
Leadership New Mexico is a tax-exempt organization founded in 1995 to identify current and emerging leaders throughout New Mexico, enhance their leadership skills, and teach them about challenges and opportunities in the state. It is supported by tuition and the contributions of individuals, corporations, and foundations.
Counties eligible for disaster assistance
Several New Mexico counties are eligible for federal disaster assistance due to their proximity to Texas counties declared disaster areas due to drought conditions, according to a release from U.S. Sen. Jeff Bingaman D-N.M.
Farmers and ranchers from Doña Ana, Lea, Otero, Curry, Quay, Roosevelt and Union counties are now eligible to be considered for low-interest emergency loans from the Farm Service Agency, which is part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Interested parties should contact their local USDA farm service center.
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