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East Mountain 4-H Clubs

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Did you know that 4-H isn’t just for kids with cows or horses? It’s for EVERYBODY. 4-H is more than you ever imagined! The East Mountain area has two local 4-H Clubs that are meeting at convenient locations:

Whispering Pines 4-H Club

Contact: Lois Warren (281-2629 or Tammy Eldred (281-0224

Ponderosa 4-H Club

Contact:  Edna Harlan (238-7736


NMSU: ACES | 4-H Youth Development

Community Events

Sunday, December 17:  Goodwill Donation Drive Sponsored by PTA  9:00-2:00 PM.  Drop off clothing, shoes, handbags, kitchenware, home decor, houseware, linens, toys, sporting equipment, jewelry, small appliances, computers and electronic accessories. See flyer for details. 2018_Good Deeds Flyer 12.17.17 San Antonito Elem PTA.pdf




Tutoring Opportunity


Looking for a community service opportunity that utilizes your current skill set, but is FUN!?

OASIS Intergenerational Tutoring Program trains and places senior adults as reading mentors with elementary students in public schools.  Consider volunteering right here in your community at San Antonito Elementary School. You’ll meet with the same child weekly throughout the school year to read, talk, and write stories.  No teaching experience is required; we emphasize your patience, compassion, and humor. By bringing the joy of reading to a young mind, you will also be a role model, a mentor and a friend to a student K-4!

Interested in this possibility?  Join US! Contact OASIS Albuquerque at  and we will schedule your training and pay for your APS background check clearance. OASIS promotes healthy aging through a three-fold approach: lifelong learning, healthy living and social engagement. We seek to impact adult lives through partnerships to share knowledge, offer evidence and research based programs, and adapt to meet the needs of diverse audiences. 

One child, one tutor, one school year. Two lives forever changed -

Your Opinion Counts!

Please Complete Survey- 

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The East Mountain Community Wildfire Protection Plan (EMCWPP) is being updated and we need your help. This important survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete. Results from a previous survey indicated strong public support for free green waste days at the transfer station which didn’t exist at the time. We now have weeks of free green waste disposal each year.

Your opinion counts!

Answers will not be shared beyond this project and will only be published when consolidated with other survey responses. If you choose to provide contact information, you will be entered in a drawing to win a free cord of wood delivered to your home.

The original EMCWPP is available at:

Thank you for your time and your help! 


Talking Talons

"Run for the Zoo" Assemblies

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Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails


The Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails provides girls with the programs and activities to help them develop the courage, confidence and character to become our future community leaders.


East Mountain Service Unit Contact:

Kristi Pohl


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Skate Park Update

Thank you!  We have collected 582 signatures have notified Bernalillo County and our County Commissioner, Wayne Johnson.  They are impressed with the outcome.
With this public input we have shown strong support for a Skate Boarding Park at Vista Grande and are thus "on the radar" as funding becomes available.  In addition, there was important input as to other possibilities - including bmx and parkour courses.
As things progress, we will make sure to spread the word.  There will be a lot we get to do in the future including design and construction!
Genevieve Barrett