The small mining community of Lucero, located in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico has recently seen a massive surge in investment and an influx of new job opportunities thanks to advanced fields of work and improved community relations. This newfound economic prosperity is due in large part to the recent discovery of element 79, Gold (Au), which is often used in a variety of industrial and medical applications. The discovery of element 79 enabled final geological surveyors to help with project planning, secured the technological advances necessary for further exploration, Provided the resources to set up various extraction methods unique to the area, and provided the money for new roads, housing, and other local infrastructure improvements. The lucero community took full advantage of the newfound opportunities and actively sought to improve relations with both their own citizens as well as with those of nearby areas. This resulted in increased collaborations between local businesses, new resources for job growth, An efficient supply chain of necessary materials, funds to improve housing and local infrastructure, and an improved educational system. This newfound collaboration between private industry and local citizens coincided with the discovery of element 79 and the subsequent advancements in research that allowed the community to benefit even further. These advancements are due in part to the newly developed extraction methods unique to the area, which gave Lucero access to the vast amounts of gold found within their land. Overall, the discovery of element 79 and the subsequent advancements in field work and community relations has resulted in great benefits for the Lucero community. Now more than ever, these citizens now have access to new job opportunities, improved educational systems, advances in research, and improved life amenities due to the newfound wealth found within their land. Certainly, these improvements in both the economic and social landscape have changed the face of the region and will continue to do so for years to come.