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Bosque Farms Community Center / VCOAP Senior Meal Site

Documents

Museum

Water Well Trust

Call for Volunteers

Census A1

English tutoring

Fraud NM Presentation Flyer

News-Bulletin Tribute

Peralta Senior Ice Cream Social

Bosque Cuadrillas Square Dancing

Map for Alternate Route

Medicare Councilor

Smart DriverTEK

Young Adult Financial Literacy and Career Readiness

Arts and Crafts

Teeniors

Growers Market

Jigsaws for Veterans

Roadrunner Foodbank

Traffic Flow Map

2020 Veterans House Ad

2020 Veterans House Ad

COMMUNITY HEALTH FAIR Drive Up

COVID_SocialDistancing

Flu Shot flyer

Senior Medicare Patrol Warning

Why respond to the census before September 30th

Teenior Free Sessions and Free Tablets - VC Flyer

Bosque Farms Monthly Activities (PDF)

Welfare Check letter to community members - Sep. 2020

Teenior Workshops October 2020

Piano

Gifts Galore Flyer

Blue Ribbon

Jigsaws for Veterans

Happy Veterans Day

Older American Program Menu (PDF)

Snoopy Valentine

Teeniors Classes and Phone Scam Warnings

Vaccine Distribution Plan

BFCC Calendar

Coffees

BFCC BEAD GRP FLYER 5.7.17

Features

  1. ADA Accessible
  2. Chairs
  3. Parking
  4. Restrooms
  5. Tables
About the Center

The Bosque Farms Community Center was built in 1991 to support the whole Village and was remodeled in 2012. It is available for use by the Community for meetings and other social events for a nominal fee.

The center also has an activity schedule of special events with an emphasis on events for Seniors.

Please take a moment to look over the calendar and upcoming events at the Community Center. Activities change month to month. Evening bands and dance classes are for all ages!

It is true that the Community Center is a senior meal site for the Older American Program, but if you haven't reached that magic number of 60+ to qualify for the lunch program, you may still enjoy many of the other activities.

Letter From the Director

What's all the hullabaloo?  Among other things going on in our country at this time, in which I choose NOT to comment, this is the beginning of what many have waited for with hopes of someday returning to "normal."

The New Mexico Department of Health released its distribution plan for Phases 1B, 1C, and 2 for the COVID-19 vaccine.  This plan is available in the attachments. 

The Department also announced that New Mexico has officially moved into Phase 1B of the vaccination effort. This means that vaccine will be available to New Mexicans in the following sequence: 

Individuals 75 years of age and older 
Individuals 16 or older with underlying medical conditions that place them at greater risk from COVID-19
Frontline essential workers who cannot work remotely 
Vulnerable populations (residents of congregate care settings)

Individuals in Phase 1A can continue to schedule vaccinations as well. New Mexicans are encouraged to register for vaccinations at https://cvvaccine.nmhealth.org.  

The registration process is straightforward: users create a profile, enter health and other information, and then wait to receive notification from the DOH when vaccine is available to them.

Users who have questions or would like support with the registration process - including New Mexicans who do not have internet access - can dial 1-855-600-3453, press option 0 for vaccine questions, and then option 4 for tech support.

Due to the volume of calls that the NMDOH is receiving, you may have difficulty getting through to them.  Many individuals in organizations that are involved in serving the seniors of the community have received training to assist with the registration process, including myself.  

At this time, my efforts are focused on those who are 75 and older or 60 and older with underlying medical conditions, although I will not turn others away.  Please contact me if you need assistance registering or updating your registration profile.  

Please take the time to look through the attachments and pass along any that may benefit others.


My best to you and yours!

Rose Poitras, Director
Bosque Farms Community Center
(505) 869-5133