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26 Thursday, January 23, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Senior News ii I iii i m AMARGOSA SENIOR NEWS ......... (702) 372-5413 " Super Senior Saturday is over, now you can look forward to Super Bowl Sunday. All of you who didn't make it or didn't stay for the"pie throwing auction" missed a good time. I sure hope all had fun. It was a ball. The spaghetti feed was a success, as was the bake sale and the auction. We want m thank all the dignitaries that were the target of whipped cream. I personally want to thank all the volunteers that baked cakes and other goodies for the bake sale. We did well. Special thanks to Bob Revert for hand carrying our check fi'om Joe Richards, thanks again Joe. To Bernie Merlino Nye County iii 3|M/00P|KE W'ELI0000ILLING LLC Complete Site Improvements Packages Available Well Drilling Complete submersible Pump & Water Tank System Installed Power Pedestal (200ap) Trenching for Power and Installing Waterlines from Well to Home S_.eptic Systems Includes: Perc. Test Construction Permit Occupancy Permit Pads m Mobile Home Gmge Driveways Lot Cleared Assessor and to Wade Lieseke our Sheriff. To JeffTaguchi from Be.atty. To Robert Eastman and his wife Mary K. to Joe Cohen and all those that donated their faces. To Linda Gililand, Moreen Gilgan, kitchen help, Ed Rigler and Mike Edwards. To Marie and Bob Reagle who are always there. Never to be forgotten are those in the background and the ones I can't remember. Thank you. I hear that there is already a grudge match brewing tbr next year. Join us. It really was too bad that the newspaper coverage was not there. Senior Council meeting Monday January. 27, birthday night Wednesday 29, Town Board meeting Thursday the 30. MENU: Tuesday (1/28): Baked chicken Wednesday (1/29): Tacos Thursday (1/30): Beef stew' JOIN US - WE DO HAVE A GOOD TIME! i ii ii ii BkATVY SENIOR NEws by Lorayne t;Site Thursday night's bingo Jackpot on January 30 will be $100 in 50 numbers. Previous jacktx)t was v, on by Red Williams on Jan uary 16... Red is one of our regular players and we were happy to see him win. Congratulations, Red! Our new Senior Center is progressing as well as could be expected thanks to the cold weather. New footings are in, the power service has been changed to anotherpole, instead of the one originally located in what will be Lorayne's new office! So, we're encouraged about the whole thing! MENU: Monday (1/27): Sweet & sour pork with veggies over rice, soup and salad bar, bread pudding Tuesday (1/28): Beef stroganoff w/noodles, mixed veggies, soup and salad bar, apple crisp Wednesday (1/29): Chili beans, corn bread or macaroni and cheese, soup and salad bar, jelio w/fruit Thursday (1/30): Pizza, soup and salad bar, tapioca pudding Friday (1/31 ): Evening meal! ! ! ! ! ! Hamburger steak, potatoes w/gravy, soup and salad bar, birthday cake. i i iii PAHRUMP ENIOR N zws (702) 727-5008 Lic# 17562A & 17563A ~ 727-5435 591 S. Boul Rd. P.O. Box 56, Pahrump, NV From Pahrump to Bishop has you covered! For the latest news, information and the finest music programming be sure to tune to KHWK, broadcasting from Tonopah. If you're traveling the vast distances of Central Nevada's desert terrain you still can't miss us! Member.. Associat Press Great Basin Radio Network Thanks goes out to Ron Mifsud, he has built shelves and hanging boards along with putting in a hanging light in the Punky Doodle, our thrift shop at the senior center. The new yearis here, now is the time to start those exercises and work those cookies off. Friday 10 o'clock, wear walk- ing shoes, Pahrump Senior Center. Coming soon, learn self expression dance, very re- laxing and great for the body. Christmas is over and the new year is here. The Craft Club is busy making and creat- ing new items for our craft fair next December and for Manse ?L III Elementary School children to come and do their Christmas shopping for their parents. Come and join us. For more information please call 727-5008. MENU: Thursday (1/23): Chile and beans Friday (1/24): Pizza Monday (1/27): Salisbury steak Tuesday (1/28): Chicken cacciatore Wednesday (1/29): Fish w/bearnaise sauce Thursday (1/30): Hot dog on bun TONOPAH SENIOR (702) 482-6450 We haven't had a winter like this in a very long time. Freezing temperatures throughout the day, very little sunshine and a considerable amount of snow. And to add to our discomfort is the flu virus and colds that have spread through the community like wildfme. Not a good way to start the new year. Physical activity is the best way to improve and maintain health. Think about adding a few minutes a day into your busy schedule. Temn up with friends or your spouse in some activity and share the companionship and encouragement with each other. It can open the door to many more activities. Walking, swimming or jogging may not be your pleasure, so try dancing!! Grab a friend or family member, move the furniture in your den and turn on the music. You'll be surprised how quickly even your kids will join in the fun. For starters, join the exercise class here at the Center. They meet twice a week at 9 a.m. The schedule for the remainder of the month is January 22, 27 and 29. Welcome aboard to Charlene Causey our new Kitchen Aide/ Salad Maker. She is no stranger in this type of work having had years of experience working in commercial kitchens and school lunchprograms. We are very proud tohaveher as part of our team. It's raffle time again! l We have the most generous tablecloth just for you for your Valentine' s dinner party. It was crocheted by Rose Hogan and she donated it to the Center as a fund-raising project. Tickets will be $1 each or six for $5. The drawing will be held on Thursday, February 13. A tremendously big thank you to Rose for this beautiful keepsake. You must see it to appreciate the many hours of work this dear lady put into this work of art. Our guests this week were Adela Brower, Julie Castillo, Sam Gerber, Eric Anderson, Arnold Cause y, daughter Melanie Whitney and Carol and Preston Causey. We hope you enjoyed your visit to our Center. Our thank you to all the boys and girls (6 grade class) at the Tonopah Grade School for the potatoes. Isn't it gratifying to see how our young people are concerned with the welfare of senior citizens? You kids are the greatest. Bless you all. And our thanks to the Nye County Road Department for their support in removing the snow and ice from our sidewalks and parking area following our recent snow. And to the men from the Conservation Camp for cleaning the area at the Thrift Shop. We appreciate the kindness and the concern they have shown for the Seniors in the community. MENU: Thursday( 1/23): Hot Pork Sans. Friday (1/24): Stew with Veggies Monday (1/27): Turkey pot pie Tuesday (1/28): Chimichanga Wednesday (1/29): Chicken teriyaki SEE YOU NEXT WEEK WITH MORE NEWS. HAVE A SAFE AND HAPPY WEEK. I II II I Cactus ~ Cactus Largest Selection in Nevada Desert Plants,-- Succulents Lots of nat/re Nevada plants including: Red Barrels, Cholla, Yucca, Mound Cactus, Clariet Teddy Bear, Beaver Tail, Prickly Pear, Saguaro Golden Barrels, Organ Pipe, Desert Willow Blue Pale Verde, Ocofillo, Mexican Fence Post and Extremely Nice Nevada Joshua Trees 92.7 - Tonopah 93.5 - Beatty 94.3. Lida and Scotty's Junction 94.3 - Gold Point 95.9 - Pahrump 103.9 - Bishop, Mammoth and Big Pine 104.9 - Round Mountain 105.5- Hawthorne FREE JLClUS Say you saw it in the Gazette, limit of one. OPEN: 9am - 5pm Daily, Sun. 10-5pm 12740 Blue Diamond Road 1/2 Mile off 160 W. on Blue Diamond Rd. (Hwy. 159) (702) 875-1968 Fax (702)875-1913