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Military & Veterans Day at the 2020 Legislature Set for Saturday, January 25


SANTA FE— Military & Veterans Day at the 2020 Legislature has been designated for Saturday, January 25 at the State Capitol in downtown Santa Fe.
This is the annual day during the legislative session presented by DVS and the New Mexico National Guard to honor active-duty service members and veterans.
As is the case every year, there are a limited number of spaces available for veterans and community service organizations to set up tables in the west wing of the Capitol Rotunda.
On Monday, December 9 at noon, DVS will send a statewide E-mail inviting interested organizations to send via e-mail only an application for a table space reservation.
This pre-registration window will be open for five days: From noon, December 9…until 5pm Friday, December 13.
The email address to send applications will be found in that December 9 e-mail.

Reservation requests can ONLY be sent to the email indicated on the upcoming
December 9 notification e-mail. No requests will be accepted before this December 9
noon opening of the reservation period—or after the 5pm December 13 end date. No
phone call reservations will be accepted. No exceptions will be made to these
Sometime after December 13, DVS will do a random selection of reservations based on all the received e-mail requests. Organizations that are selected will be notified. Unselected organizations will not be notified of their unselected status. Those not selected will be added to a waiting list. Should there be cancellations, replacements will be randomly drawn from this waiting list.
More details about the 10am Rotunda ceremony on January 25, 2020 will be provided in future e-mails and news releases

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