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🌱 Isotope Skills Clinic for Youth + Citymakers Program

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First, today’s weather forecast:

Rather cloudy and mild. High: 69 Low: 43.


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Here are the top three stories in Albuquerque today:

  1. The City of Albuquerque is seeking artists for its Citymakers 2022 program. Three artists are recruited to help develop projects for a variety of municipal departments. Artists will provide a more creative approach to new community programs. Applications can be submitted until March 11, 2022. (KRQE News 13)
  2. The annual Albuquerque Isotopes Youth Skills Clinic returns June 18th. It was feared the clinic would not take place due to Major League Baseball negotiations. The skills clinic will be open to boys and girls between the ages of five and fifteen for a fee of $75. (KRQE News 13)
  3. The University of New Mexico released a LoboAlert on Tuesday. The incident happened at the Zimmerman Library and involved a 40-year-old armed robbery suspect. According to the University of New Mexico police, the suspect was chased off campus. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact the University of New Mexico Police Department. (KOB)

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  • Registration for the Camp BioPark summer sessions is now open! The camp is open to children in kindergarten through ninth grade. (Instagram)
  • Albuquerque Isotopes remind baseball fans that the Major League Baseball lockout will not affect their season. Opening night is April 12. (Facebook)
  • Thank you to everyone who donated to Albuquerque Animal Welfare. All of their locations are now fully stocked! (Facebook)

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Erica Zenn

About me: Erica Zenn is a master’s student in applied psychology at the University of Southern California, originally from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. With a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University, Erica is an expert in verbal and written communication who brings extensive experience in employee engagement and corporate customer experience. Erica is passionate about community building and enjoys using her writing and communication skills to bring people together.