Friday, July 3, 2015

Help Steve's Non Profit WIN $3,000!

UpB4 the Son has surged from nowhere...into 2nd place in the Charity Challenge! Please vote ASAP, as today is the last chance. We can win $3,000 from High Country Dental, to help us deliver free beds to those in need! Voting is super easy and only takes a few moments. Go to their FB page (link below) and click Like under UpB4 the Son! Thanks for your votes, and for sharing this on your page or email list!


Steve Stucker

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Friday, June 26, 2015



It's "Take Your Dog to Work Day"!  I suggest you check ahead of time with the boss to make sure it's ok, and please don't ruin this great event, by bringing in dogs that aren't well behaved. (You folks can just bring great pics of your "fur kids" to show around!). Have fun and enjoy I do EVERY Friday at work!

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Thursday, June 25, 2015

Rain in Los Alamos

From: Erika
Sent: Thursday, June 25, 2015 6:06 AM
To: Stucker, Steve
Subject: Rain in Los Alamos

Hi Steve,
We got a good steady rain during the night last night! .23 of an inch! Yay monsoons!
Your friend,

Cool...but just wait! It'll get better!
May God bless,

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Monday, June 22, 2015

Daylilly Show info!

Have you met “Dr. Jerold Corbett,” “Jessica Lynn Bell” or “Shelby”?


                And, what do you do with a “Blue Hippo,” a ”Cobra Skin Necktie” or a “Purple Starfish”?


                You and everyone else who enjoys the beauty of daylilies – arguably America’s favorite and easiest-to-grow perennial – will find the answers to these questions at the 30th Annual Daylily Show and Sale being held on Sunday, June 28 from 1-4 p.m. at the Albuquerque Garden Center, 10120 Lomas NE. Admission is free.


                The plant sale will feature many attractively-priced, healthy cultivars from a nationally known hybridizer. (Just a few of this year’s cultivar names are in the first few lines above.)


                The annual exhibition is presented by the Albuquerque Daylily Society (ADS) to provide local enthusiasts with a chance to show off their best daylily blooms, photographs and designed arrangements. Entrants will also compete for awards, and the prize winners will be selected by event judges from Colorado, Texas, California and Indiana, as well as New Mexico.


                The design competition is always one of the most popular aspects of the show, and this year’s theme promises to maintain the tradition. “Daylilies and America’s Pastime” will include design categories for “Batter Up,” “The Bases are Loaded” “Seventh Inning Stretch” and others with baseball themes.


                The exhibition is open to all daylily growers, but only members of the American Hemerocallis Society (AHS) are eligible to win AHS rosettes and other Society-sponsored awards. New members can join AHS, and the Albuquerque Daylily Society which is affiliated with it, at the show.


                Details about participating in the blooms, photography and designed arrangement divisions of the show are available at: 


                About those fanciful names at the start of this news release: with more than 70,000 daylily cultivars currently listed by the American Hemerocallis Society, daylily hybridizers often bestow whimsical, memorable names on their plants. This adds an extra measure of enjoyment to the pleasure of growing daylilies!



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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Steve's Families 4 Kids/Meet Anthony




Name:  Anthony

Age: 13

StoryMeet Anthony!  This athletic, well-mannered and hard-working young man is ready to be a part of a permanent family.   Anthony does well in school and works hard at maintaining his good grades.   In his free time, Anthony enjoys riding his bike, playing video games, listening to music, and playing sports.  The ideal family for Anthony would be a two parent home that can provide him that extra one-on-one attention that he can enjoy and really needs.  Anthony will need a supportive family who has experience and understands trauma based needs and behaviors. 

For more information about foster or adoptive parenting through the New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department, please call 1-800-432-2075 or visit


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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Steve's Families 4 Kids/Meet Kristal



Kristal Name:  Kristal

Age:  10

Story: “Let’s play dress up!”… Kristal exclaims! She enjoys doing activities that inspire her creativity including dress up, dancing, and coloring. Kristal is ready to be a part of a family that will understand and work with her special needs. She enjoys spending time with others and is outgoing.  Kristal has an Individualized Education Plan to assist in meeting her educational needs. She also receives additional services to assist her with daily activities.  It is hoped that Kristal’s adoptive family will be a two-parent family that is caring, patient, and willing to provide structure and consistency.  Her new family must have flexibility in their day-to-day schedules to care for her needs and provide appropriate supervision.

 For more information about foster or adoptive parenting through the New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department, please call 1-800-432-2075 or visit

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Friday, May 15, 2015

What a blast......



Good Friday Morning Steve:    5-15-15, 7:30 am
What a blast this week has been, with you and the crew there at KOB;  do you realize,  people "like me" would have just about paid money for the entertainment provided this week?  (What news?   What weather?  Ha...)

Once again, congratulations, and for sure thank you for ALL that you do, and for ALL the laughs!!!!!!!  Warm, warm regards,    John Bartley


(Up here about 30 miles NW of Las Vegas, NM at Gascon, in Mora County, 8300' +/-)

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