IMPORTANT SERVICE UPDATE
If you have any questions, concerns, or would like to make an appointment to come in please call or email us:
What to do if you’re not feeling well or have questions:
As we continue to closely track developments regarding COVID-19, our future decisions will be made with our employees and members as our top priority. We will continue to provide information about the steps we are taking. We hope for the health and safety of all.
We are encouraging our members to follow best practices outlined by the CDC and DOH:
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Here’s a list of local restaurants that have said they will remain open to offer carry-out, drive-thru and/or delivery service:
Big Mike’s Burgers & More (864-7918)
C&C Cafe (314-4619)
Casa de Pizza (864-3434)
Circle T – Main St. (864-4135)
Circle T – Reinken Ave. (864-2929)
Greg’s BBQ (250-5480)
Grounded Coffee Shop (864-6611)
HonduMex Restaurant (303-994-7594)
Hub City Brewing Co. (859-4064)
Jaramillo Vineyards (859-0684)
La Dos Gringas (569-8888)
Oasis Cafe (433-2182)
Panderia Belen Bakery (907-6361)
Penny’s Diner (864-9516)
Pete’s Cafe (864-4811)
Rita’s New Mexican Restaurant (864-0217)
Roadrunner Pit Stop (864-4541)
Rodriguez Mexican Food (415-3956)
Veguita Trading Post (385-9207)A&W
Long John Silver’s
Please support these businesses! They need us.
MEMBER FRAUD ALERT
Fraudsters have been quick to deploy scams involving the coronavirus stimulus package that would include direct payments to individuals and married couples filing jointly.
In response to the federal stimulus package, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) reported that fraudsters have deployed a variety of scams involving coronavirus stimulus checks.
There are several reports of coronavirus scams where individuals are contacted through text messages, social media post /messages, or phone calls. One version of the scam targets seniors through a Facebook post informing them that they can get a special grant to help pay medical bills.
The link within the post takes them to a bogus
website claiming to be a government agency called the “U.S. Emergency Grants Federation” where they are asked to provide their Social Security Number under the guise of needing to verify their identity. In other versions, fraudsters claim individuals can get additional money – up to $150,000 in some cases. The victims are asked to pay a “processing fee” to receive a grant.