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Spotlight EP News Sept 12, 2013 No. 500

Spotlight EP News Sept 12, 2013 No. 500

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Spotlight EP News weekly edition newspaper serving the El Paso, TX and surrounding areas. Spotlighting entertainment, nightlife, events, news and lifestyles. As always Spotlight EP News is FREE!
Spotlight EP News weekly edition newspaper serving the El Paso, TX and surrounding areas. Spotlighting entertainment, nightlife, events, news and lifestyles. As always Spotlight EP News is FREE!

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SPOTLIGHTEPNEWS.COM
SEPTEMBER 12, 2013PAGE 2
SIERRA PROVIDENCE HEALTH NETWORKFREE SEMINARS
September 16 - September 21, 2013
 El Paso, TX 
 – Sierra Providence Health Net-work is offering free seminars on various topicsincluding: Caregiving, Childbirth, Baby care,MAKOplasty, Weight Loss Surgery and Mater-nity Tours. To register, please call 577-SPHN(7746).
• Maternity Tours:
Please join us for tours of patient rooms, the neonatal intensivecare unit, family waiting area, and our securitysystem.
Place:
Sierra Medical Center at 1625 MedicalCenter and Providence Memorial Hospital at2001 N. Oregon
• Caregiver Education Series:
Please join us for an ongoing community educa-tion series on the aspects of being a caregiver.This month we will be focusing on the power of  prayer.
Class Date:Wednesday, September 18, 2013Time:
6 pm-8 pm
Place:
Total Care Imaging West, 601 SunlandPark Drive
• Bariatric Support Group Meet-ings:
Sierra Providence Health Network’sBariatric experts will offer information andguidance at the Bariatric Support Group meet-ings to those who have had weight loss surgeryor are interested in learning more about it. Joinus for the Bariatric Support Group meetings andlearn about how weight loss surgery can changeyour life.
Meeting Date: Wednesday, September 18
,2013
Time:
10:00 am
Place:
Sierra Providence Bariatric Center, 1250E. Cliff, Suite 1-C
• MAKOplasty Knee PainLecture:
Please join us while we talk abouttreatment options for your knee pain and theMAKOplasty Robot for robotic partial kneeresurfacing surgery.
Date: Wednesday, September 18
, 2013
Place:
Sierra Medical Center, 1625 MedicalCenter St.
Time:
6:00pm
• Pediatrician Q&A/Infant CPR Class:
A local pediatrician answers expectant parents questions about newborns. Infant CPR and infant obstructive airway maneuvers will bedemonstrated as well.
Class Date: Thursday, September 19, 2013Time:
7:00 pm
Place:
Providence Memorial Hospital, HiltonTowers Auditorium B & C, 2001 N. Oregon
• Infant CPR Class:
This two hour classis for anyone who wishes to learn how to per-form cardiopulmonary resuscitation. This is nota certification class.
Class Date: Thursday, September 19, 2013Time:
7:00 pm
Place:
Sierra Providence East- Classroom 1,3280 Joe Battle Blvd., 1st Floor 
• Pillow Talk- Sleep DisordersSeminar:
Please join us for a lecture on thesigns and symptoms of sleep disorders and whatyou can do so you can lead a healthy and more productive life.
Seminar Date: Thursday, September 19, 2013Time:
6:30 pm
Place:
Total Care Imaging Center, 601 SunlandPark 
• Childbirth Class:
During this class, wewill review many topics such as nutrition during pregnancy, labor and delivery, post partum andnewborn care, as well as provide a tour of theOB Floor.
Class Date: Saturday, September 21, 2013Time:
12:00 pm
Place:
Sierra Providence East- Classroom 1,3280 Joe Battle Blvd., 1st Floor 
• Surgical Weight Loss Seminar:
Please join us as we discuss the three types of  procedures that are performed here: lap bandingand gastric bypass and gastric sleeve. Please bring your insurance information so we may beable to answer any specific questions about your coverage.
Seminar Date: Saturday, September 21, 2013Time:
10:00 am
Place:
Sierra Providence Bariatric Center, 1250E. Cliff, Suite 1-C
Please call 577-SPHN (7746)to register for classes.
 All classes are FREE.
 
SPOTLIGHTEPNEWS.COM
SEPTEMBER 12, 2013PAGE 3
PHOTO BY LAURA TREJO, UTEP NEWS SERVICE.
T
he Kugler Era has finally arrived.UTEP showed a strong offense in this42-35 loss to UNM. Everyone wasnervous about this game setting thetone for the season. The end result wasa loss but it was a hard fought loss that proved UTEP has a lot of talent andshould be competing with anyone in thenewly changed Conference USA.Coach Kuglers first game as a HeadCoach needs work on defense. Defense plagued miner teams were a big part of Mike Price's time here. The first game jitters are gone so lets see how the Min-ers do this weekend against the Aggieson defense.UTEP was behind much of the game but then finally took the lead 28-21 inthe 4th. Jameill Showers had a greatgame completing 15 out of 20 passes.He also had 119 yards with zero inter-ceptions. Freshmen Aaron Jones fin-ished the game with 127 rushing yards.Both were not enough for a Miner squad trying to gel with what is prettymuch a new team with new leaders.Both UTEP newcomers are showing promise for a very optimistic season.The next game for UTEP is againstrival New Mexico state which should be an easy game. Although NMSUlooks soft, you can never count out ateam at home during a rivalry game.This game will be at this saturday(Sept14th) at 6pm at NMSU. Next week theMiners start conference play against C-USA newcomer UTSA. The roadrun-ners are lead by former University of Miami coach Larry Coker.
THE KUGLER ERA
-
UTEP FOOTBALL
EPCC Awarded 2014Military Friendly Schools
®
Designation
V
ictory Media, the pre-mier media entity for military per-sonnel transitioning into civilian life,has named El Paso Community Col-lege (EPCC) to the coveted MilitaryFriendly Schools® list. The 2014Military Friendly Schools® list hon-ors the top 20 percent of colleges,universities and trade schools in thecountry that are doing the most toembrace America’s military servicemembers, veterans, and spouses asstudents and ensure their success oncampus.“Inclusion on the 2014 list of Mili-tary Friendly Schools® showsEPCC’s commitment to providing asupportive environment for militarystudents,” said Sean Collins, VicePresident at Victory Media and anine-year Navy veteran. “The needfor education is growing and our mission is to provide the militarycommunity with transparent, world-class resources to assist in their search for schools.” Complete sur-vey methodology is available at mili-taryfriendlyschools.com/Article/methodology-press-kit.The Military Friendly Schools®media and website, found atwww.militaryfriendlyschools.com,feature the list, interactive tools andsearch functionality to help militarystudents find the best school to suittheir unique needs and preferences.The 1,868 colleges, universities andtrade schools on this year’s list ex-hibit leading practices in the recruit-ment and retention of students withmilitary experience. These schoolshave world-class programs and poli-cies for student support on campus,academic accreditation, credit poli-cies, flexibility and other services tothose who served. Now in its fifth year, the 2014 list of Military Friendly Schools ® wascompiled through extensive researchand a data-driven survey of morethan 10,000 schools nationwide ap- proved for VA tuition funding. Thesurvey results that comprise the 2014list were independently tested byErnst & Young LLP based upon theweightings and methodology estab-lished by Victory Media. Each year schools taking the survey are held toa higher standard than the previousyear via improved methodology, cri-teria and weightings developed withthe assistance of an Academic Advi-sory Board (AAB) consisting of edu-cators from schools across thecountry.

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