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2013-06-27 / Community News

Lee County EEA Schedules New Mexico Tour Trip

The Lee County Extension Education Association has a few seats remaining for their bus tour to New Mexico on July 21 through July 25. This 5-day/4-night excursion includes a full schedule of activities and events.

Guests will travel on a chartered bus from the Extension Office in Giddings to New Mexico. While in New Mexico, guests will visit the cities of Taos, Santa Fe, Chimayo and Albuquerque, while enjoying tours at Anderson- Abruzzo Balloon Museum, Turquoise Museum, National Museum of Nuclear Science and History, Ortega’s Weaving Shop, Billy the Kid Museum, Sandia Peak, El Santuario de Chimayo, Taos Pueblo Indian Village and the Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino, plus opportunity for shopping. On the third day of the trip, guests will be able to catch the sights of Santa Fe at their own pace.

This trip will have a little bit of everything from checking out the popular sites to shopping to entertainment, plus there is free time built in so individuals can do extra sight-seeing.

The New Mexico Tour is $550 per person, which covers transportation, hotel, guided tours, four meals, and all gratuities. Call 979-542-2753 to reserve your seat today. Individuals with disabilities who plan to participate and who may need auxiliary aids, services or accommodations must contact the Lee County Extension office at (979) 542 2753 so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

The Extension Education Clubs of Lee County provide information to strengthen and enrich families through educational programs, leadership development and community service. For more information about the Extension Education Clubs, contact the Lee County office of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.

Tonya Poncik is the Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Sciences in Lee County. She can be reached at (979)542-2753 or visit the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service office at 310 S. Grimes Street in Giddings.

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