Rio Rancho New Mexico Music
Music Westside is looking for an office manager to join the team for its Rio Rancho, NM office. Music West Side is looking for people to join our team as office managers for our Rio Rancho and Rio Grande Valley offices.
Rio Rancho has been home to Music Westside's Rio Grande Valley office since February 2012 and was the team's first office in New Mexico before moving to Albuquerque in 2006 and ceasing operations in 2009. From autumn 2010, the Star Center was the first two years of our new office, but since then we have been in Rio Rancho.
The Albuquerque Department of Transit (ABQ RIDE) operates a bus service connecting Rio Rancho to the Enchanted Hills Express Transit Center and the campus of New Mexico State University. At the end of January 2011 ABQuRIDE introduced and expanded its bus service from the Santa Fe line to Rio Rancho and introduced a new bus line, the Albuquerque Rapid Transit Line (ARTS), to and from Riorancho. This service provides morning and evening shuttle service connecting residents of En-chauvéry Hills with the public transportation system of the city of Albuquerque and the Rio Grande Valley Transit Authority.
The Rio Metro commuter bus service provides service to the Cuba, NM area through a Park & Ride service provided for the Home Depot at the corner of NM 528 and NM 550. The RioMetro bus service is available from the US 550 Rail Runner station to Rio Rancho and the Rio Grande Valley Transit Authority (RGVTA).
The weekly Rio Rancho Observer is the local newspaper, although the ranchos in Rio also have a localised weekly version of the newspaper available on the Internet. The station offers a wide range of local and national music and art events, as well as local restaurants and bars, and the station is used for all events in the Riorancho area. It also serves as a home base for the New Mexico State Fair, the Rio Grande Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau and other local organizations and organizations.
Daniella began playing the violin in El Paso, but when the family moved to Deming shortly after, there was no orchestra, so she picked up the clarinet in sixth and seventh grades. Pat Raikes, a retired diplomat, said: "I was in the New Horizons band in Iowa before I moved to New Mexico and I was in the percussion department and then a few years here after I found out that the band started here. Recently, a rock band played in the hall and a band from Rio Rancho High School.
After an internship with the El Paso Symphony, Daniella got a job at Washington Middle School in Albuquerque, but after getting the opportunity to work for RRPS, she returned to Washington Middle School for a teaching position before returning to El Paso. After graduating in music education from the University of New Mexico, Daniel spent three years saying goodbye to her former high school musicians and then taking on teaching assignments at Rio Rancho High School. Ron, now 81, is a member of the Rio Rancho School District Board and has had a long and successful career as a teacher, music teacher and teaching assistant.
He needed a trumpeter to pique his interest, and so he played for a while in the Rio Rancho New Horizon Band. He thought things couldn't get any better when his wife Sandy came home from a visit and he joined them. Sandy's tenor saxophone played a lawsuit against a chiropractor, and I played it for her at the time, but I think it could have been worse.
I searched Google for the concept and found that it fits the style of the Rio Rancho New Horizon band, but I wasn't quite ready for it yet. I knew a little bit about the sound of a trumpeter and a lot about a tenor saxophone, so I did some Google searches for this concept.
In spring 2008, the Star Center became the new home of the Rio Rancho New Horizon football team. After signing a five-year contract, we played all home games at the Star Center for the first time in the 2008 season.
Rio Rancho has taken steps to become more independent of neighboring Albuquerque, including locating businesses in the region and building relationships with local businesses and organizations. Rio Ranche has also taken some steps in recent years to become more "independent" of its neighbor Albuquerque, with some of the steps taken in recent years to become "more independent" than neighboring Buquerque, including attracting businesses to and from the areas.
The city's latest project is the development of the city center, which includes the Rio Rancho Community Center, a mixed-use development with retail and office space, and a hotel and restaurant complex in the heart of the city. It is part of a larger plan for downtown Rio Ranche and is the development "Downtown Downtown," which includes a mix of retail, office, restaurant and hotel as well as an apartment complex and public park.