Energy Summit with Congressman Steve Pearce – July 1

  • Post published:May 19, 2015
  • Post category:Issues

Grow Your Leadership Skills: Employers, employees, volunteers, moms, dads and every one of us are leaders in some way. No matter the capacity in which you lead, the Global Leadership Summit is a world-class experience to help you develop and maximize your God given leadership role. Join an expected 260,000 leaders around the world at The Global Leadership Summit 2015, August 6-7 at NewLife Church, Rio Rancho, NM.

Early voting for MRGCD board begins: Early voting for the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District board of directors began this week. To be eligible to vote in district elections, individuals do not have to be irrigators, but they do have to own property in the area benefitted by the conservancy district. More information can be found HERE.

Good News for Albuquerque Millennials: Albuquerque has been recognized as a top city to begin a career in the U.S. A recent Albuquerque Business First article said that a study placed Albuquerque 87th out of 150 career-friendly cities in 2015. The study also looked at a city’s quality of life, and Albuquerque finished 50th out of 150 in that category. Read more HERE.

Children in Poor Counties Have Greater Chance of Success and Torrance County, NM is a Top Place for Success: A recent study suggests that children who grow up in a poor community may have a greater chance to move up the ladder later in life than children who are raised in a more diverse city. The study reported that a child in a poor family who grows up in Torrance County will earn 7 percent more than the average American child growing up in a poor family by the time he is 26 years old. A similar child growing up in Bernalillo County will earn 8 percent less. Read more HERE.

Running a Small Business Can Be Difficult: Feeling burned out? There is no argument that being your own boss has its ups and downs. Here are some tips to help you feel refreshed and remember some important advice you may need to hear again, or for the first time. Read more HERE.

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