San Juan Regional Childbirth Center has announced four new childbirth classes for it’s January schedule - including a class specifically for new fathers. The classes will be offered in conjunction with previously offered classes through the Childbirth Center. And the Aztec Museum has received a grant to assist in repairing its “Pecos West” cyclorama, constructed in the 1960s and donated to the museum in 2015. By Hannah Robertson This story is sponsored by Northern Edge Casino and ServiceMaster Restore
New year, new childbirth classes at San Juan Regional Medical Center. The Childbirth Center has announced the addition of four new classes to its January schedule, including a class specifically for new and expecting fathers. The Aztec Museum has received a grant from the Denver Foundation's Greenwood Fund, enabling the museum to begin repairs on the Pecos West Cyclorama, featuring over a hundred hand carved objects depicting the landscape of the Southwest. You're watching the "Local News Roundup", brought to you by Northern Edge Casino and Service Master Restore. I'm Hayley Opsal. San Juan Regional Medical Center's Childbirth Center has announced four new childbirth classes will be offered in January in addition to its usual childbirth classes. The new classes include Just For Dads - offering hands-on practice for new fathers with baby care, as well as how to comfort and support their partners through pregnancy, labor, and delivery. A type diabetics class designed for individuals who have Type one diabetes to learn how to prepare for pregnancy, manage and maintain healthy A1C levels during pregnancy and specifically deliver and breastfeeding needs. There will be a three-part health pregnancy series intended for parents planning a pregnancy or in the first trimester. Through all expecting parents are welcome. The series will cover what is happening during every stage of pregnancy and development and give tips for how to stay healthy and active while getting ready for baby. The fourth class will be about Shaking Baby Syndrome. A course designed to educate what Shaken Baby Syndrome is and how to prevent it as well as for parents and caretakers to learn how to deal with excessive crying. Learn more or sign up for one of the new courses or regular courses at sanjuanregional.com. At the childcare center under the Our services tab. The Aztec Museum announced it has received a $1,450 grant from the Denver Foundation's Greenwood Fund to repair the museum's Pecos West Cyclorama. The Granite, in addition to funds from the city of Aztec will be used to hire a mechanical engineer to rebuild the engine that powers the 3000 pound rotating Southwest landscape display. Pecos West was built in the 1960s by a local World War II veteran and donated to the museum in 2015 where it operated until last year when the engine stopped working. Leftover funds will be used for other maintenance projects at the museum. Work on the cyclorama is expected to begin early this year. The museum is currently open for appointment only. Call to schedule an appointment to view the exhibits at 505-334-9829. The museum will open for its summer season in May, 2023. That's it for this week's "Local News Roundup". I'm Hayley Opsal.
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