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26 Thursday, February 13, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Senior News BEATTY SENIOR NEws by Lorayne White Thursday night's Bingo Jackpot will be $120 in 54 numbers on February 20, if not won in previous week. Consolation prize is $10. We have jigsaw puzzle fanatics around here.., there's always a puzzle in the process of being solved.., if you have a neat one you'd like to donate, please do! We make good use of them! If you're a pinochle player, we usually have at least one table of players after lunch.., come join us... we have another table we can pull out for use if we have more WELI00ILLING LLC Complete Site Improvements Packages Available Well Drilling Complete submersible Pump & Water Tank System Installed Power Pedestal (200amp) Trenching for Power and [nstaUing Water Lines from Well to Home S__epystems Includes: Perc. Test Construction Permit Occupancy Permit Pads Mobile Home Garage Driveways Lot Cleared players! We're playing sidewalk superintendents around the new center.., watching each move that's made., it's almost concrete pouring time right now! Isn't this exciting!!! MENU: Monday (2/17): MeatloaL peas, augratin potatoes, tapi- oca pudding Tuesday (2/18): Macaroni and cheese or liver and on- ions, fruit cobbler Wednesday (2/19): Stuffed peppers, mixed veggies, chocolate pudding Thursday (2/20): Roast beef, potatoes with gravy, winter mix, jello with fruit Friday (2/21): Hungarian goulash, carrots, fruit cobbler (soup and salad bar included) TONOPAH SENIOR NEWS (702) 482-6450 You only have a few more days to purchase your tickets for the beautiful crocheted tablecloth we are raffling on Thursday, February 13. If you have not seen it, you have missed your chance. The tablecloth was crocheted by Rose Hogan and donated to the Senior Center for a fund-raising project. It is a beautiful work of art. Thanks again Rose for your kind thoughts. Keep watching for activity to start with the landscaping of the Senior Center grounds. The Master Gardener's Club of Tonopah are volunteering their time and expertise in drafting the layout of shrubs, trees and flowers that would be suitable as well as attractive for the grounds. The crew came by Wednesday to have a look/see and were pleased to have them here for lunch. The group consisted of Trish Ripple, Jane Hutchings, Jo Payne, Peggy Smith, Carl and Tina Price, Nancy Mason, and Viola Whipperman. We will be keeping close tabs on this group and anxiously awaiting reports as to the progress of the planning. We often overlook the behind the scene volunteers who donate their time in giving a helping hand when needed. One in particular is Norm Swayze, hubby of the Thrift Shop Manager, Pat Swayze. Since they have been in the remod- eling stage at the store, Norm has spent many, many hours doing honey-do's for wife Pat. Better hang on to that guy "Patricia." Guys like that are hard to find. Thanks a lot Norm for all your work and support. Our thank you to the Barr Family for their food donations. We appreci- ate your thoughtfulness and support. We enjoyed having Phyllis Crouch and Kathryn Rogers from Goldfield join us for lunch. And Harry and Raquel Collins, and our dear friends from Nye Re- gional Medical, Jean and Mac Duhme, Jean Smith, Ken Friedly, with volunteers Shirley Cain and Cathy Mihal. We will be closed Monday February 17 in observance of President's Day, but we'll be back on Tuesday for a great week with all our friends. MENU: Thursday (2/13): Stuffed peppers Friday (2/14): Fish or second offer Monday (2/17): CLOSED FOR PRESIDENT'S DAY Tuesday (2/18): Chicken fajitas Wednesday (2/19): Meat ball romanoff Don't forget your Sweetheart on Valentine's Day and have a wonderful holiday. PAHRUMP SENIOR NEWS (702) 727-5008 We are now offering a cancer support group twice a month, the first and third Thursday of the month at ten. Quote of the week: "Becoming number one is faster than remaining number one." MENU: Thursday (2/13): Beans with ham Friday (2/14): Stuffed peppers Monday (2/17): Closed for President's Day Tuesday (2/18): Tuna cheese macaroni Wednesday (2/19): Roast pork Thursday (2/20): Chicken fried steak AMARGOSA SENIOR NEWS (702) 372-5413 We have a great donation week going, thanks in part to Mike and Jean Edwards, red wine vinegar, oil and vinegar bottles, 20 kewie and a Valentine's Day surprise. Angelos Pahrump Fruit Stand honey dews. Not the kind husbands do. Warren Andelta Cady fresh lemons. To those that donated mugs to the center. Charles and Helen Holtz for the grapefruit juice. Thanks to you all from us all!. A big welcome back to Bruce and Dorothy Dotby. Hi Santa Claus. Birthday night is February 26. Happy Birthday to the following: Mae Vasser, Bud Cortner, Bob Reagle. Hope you will all join us. We need to have another item clarified. I guess you all didn't read the article when I spoke of it before. We have the serving trays to help us with the portion control that we must have. This is an order from Division of Aging, also it makes it easier for some of our participants to carry, rather than the heavy plates. The smaller light weight salad dishes were ordered for the same reason, those that feel they are not getting enough are welcome, on salad, to go back for seconds. Don't forget the Council meeting on Tuesday, February 25 at 5:30 p.m. MENU: Tuesday (2/18): Chicken curry Wednesday (2/19): Roast pork Thursday (2/20): Scalloped potato with hamburger steak A ,y take take dese sunri a sin S, a feu pick1 a slo' simp bugg act lil pay  i ,1 days bem D at 4 Lead dark: Cam 1V Cate prep on lo vans to th posit in an "17 offtc throu get tt are r preci of tN SL Lizar mov( . Lic# 17562A & 17563A -. 727-5435 591 S, Buol RO. P.O. 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