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Representatives of Concho Resources stand with staff from each of the three nonprofit organizations awarded donations by the company at a recent luncheon. Pictured from left are Gayle Burleson, Kent Greenway, Kevin Hammons, Mark Schinnerer, Harold Armstrong, Renee Madron, Baron Chandler, Jim Corbitt and Lisa Saylor. Rebekah Melendez - Daily Press

Representatives of Concho Resources stand with staff from each of the three nonprofit organizations awarded donations by the company at a recent luncheon. Pictured from left are Gayle Burleson, Kent Greenway, Kevin Hammons, Mark Schinnerer, Harold Armstrong, Renee Madron, Baron Chandler, Jim Corbitt and Lisa Saylor. Rebekah Melendez – Daily Press

By LIANA SWARENGIN
Daily Press Staff Writer
Three area nonprofit organizations gathered together for a luncheon in their honor Friday afternoon at the Artesia Country Club.
Concho Resources hosted the lunch in order to award the organizations with funds they gathered at the inaugural Concho Classic shooting event held July 20 at the Eddy County Shooting Range. The organizations recognized were Isaiah’s Soup Kitchen of Hobbs, C.A.R.C. of Carlsbad, and Meals on Wheels of Artesia. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.