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Browse through the stories in our recent magazines.  Feel free to comment, share them, and send your own story ideas for next year.  Printed copies are available for purchase at Santa Fe New Mexican’s office at 202 E. Marcy Street.  Or to subscribe click here.

FOOD DEPOT — April 2013

The Food Depot Magazine 2013

Hunger is closer than you think. You may not see it — or recognize the signs — but that doesn’t mean it isn’t a major issue in Northern New Mexico. Last year, The Food Depot — Northern New Mexico’s food bank — provided nearly five million meals to hungry norteños, with 47 percent of that going to residents of Santa Fe County. Building Hope points out the problems and celebrates the progress The Food Depot is making to help eliminate hunger in its region. Some stories address the scope of the problem and the need for food assistance by the young, the old, the ill and working families that do not earn enough to pay their bills and fill their cupboards. Others explain how food banking works and how The Food Depot’s new building allows the organization to expand its services. There’s a description of the food bank’s major programs — like Food 4 Kids, the mobile food pantry and the infant supply initiative — and a list of the many ways readers can support The Food Depot’s mission. A resource guide to federal, state and county programs, and a list of Northern New Mexico food pantries providing help to the hungry completes the book.

BACK TO SCHOOL — July 2012

Back to School

Find everything you need to know about going to public school in Santa Fe right here — the official calendar for the 2012-2013 school year; individual school start and dismissal times; a list necessary school supplies for kindergarten through grade 5; the standard dress code ; regular and reduced price meals; and weather-related delays, cancellations and early release policies. You will also meet Joel Boyd, the new SFPS superintendent; learn more about detecting and dealing with cyberbullying (whether your child is a victim, bystander, or perpetrator); and find out how you can spark a lifelong love of books in your child in this issue. Other stories highlight the role school volunteers play in kids’ lives and learning, how school counselors can contribute to a successful school experience, and offer some insight into how the student nutrition program tries to overcome school lunch horror stories by making meals more healthy and delicious.

Today’s New Mexican, July 25, 2014

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