01-27-2007: Around Town
Published: Saturday, January 27th, 2007
Charmaynn joins family... Lynnsey Charmaynn Myles Hall was born Dec. 23 at Clovis. She weighed 7 pounds, 14.9 ounces and was 191/2 inches long. Charmaynn is the daughter of the late Lynnsey Montgomery Hall and Aaron Hall. She is also the granddaughter of David and Shedra Hall of Tucumcari and Joe Bill and Charlotte Montgomery of Melrose and the great-granddaughter of Ann Screws and Bernice Montgomery of Melrose and Marie Sturdivant of Portales. Five alive... Joshua Montoya Miller turned five on Tuesday. Helping him celebrate were his sister, Alexis, and cousins, Ebony and Luciano. Joshua is the son of Allison Montoya and Shane Miller of Tucumcari and the grandson of Alice Blea of Tucumcari, Anthony Montoya of Amarillo, Texas, and Linda and Carroll Miller of Roswell. He’s the great-grandson of Ernest Montoya of Amarillo and great-great-grandson of Rose Pacheo of Tucumcari. Ahoy mate... Pirate Eli Dominguez, Jr. is celebrating his eighth birthday today with a Pirate's of the Caribbean Dead Man's Chest party with lots of family and friends. Eli, who turned eight on Friday, is the son of Eli and Jennifer Dominguez and sister of Miranda Dominguez, all of Tucumcari. Joshua's grandparents are Julian and Beth Sisneros and Angie Dominguez, his greant-grandmother is Jospehine Sisneros and his godparents are Romano and Theresa Martinez, all of Tucumcari. Activities that Eli enjoys are playing GameCube, Transformers, Yu-Gi-Oh Cards and Hot Wheels. Yes, in deed... Four lots in the Crestview Subdivision on Seventh and Sixth streets in Tucumcari have been deeded over to Mesalands Community College Foundation, Inc. by Citizens Bank. The lots may possibly be the site for residential building projects as the college gets its new Building Trades program in motion. “The College is appreciative of the Nunn family and their continued staunch support of Mesalands Community College,” said MCC President Phillip Barry.
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