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ACADF PAHRUMP - Adult Chil- dren of Alcoholics and Dys- functional families (ACADF) will be meeting Wednesdays 10:30 a.m. at the I st Step Club on Second St. For further informa- tion call (702) 751-3918. Masonic Organization's Meetings The Pahrump Masonic organizations announce their meeting dates: Pahrump Lodge #54, 2nd and 4th Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Community Cen- ter. Stardust Chapter #32, Or- der of Eastern Star, 1 st & 3rd Thursday, 7:30 p.m. at the Community Center. Shrine Club (W. eepah), 1st Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. at Saddle West. Caregiver Sup- port Group NO TO ABUSE, family crisis and child abuse pre- vention center is sponsoring a free caregiver support group weekly for families and caregivers involved with Ahlzheimers patients. The group will be a confi- dential free forum group. Call Penny for date and time. (702) 751-1118. Women's support group Women's support group - free and confidential for all women interested in explor- ing the issues in their lives. Group times vary. Call Cindy for more information. (702) 75 t-I118. Parenting classes meet Parenting classes forming now - low income and at- risk parents have priority. Class size limited to 10 par- ticipants. Second class will be formed if there is enough interest. Childrens class ax/ailable at the same time with notice. Pre-registration required. Call Cindy (702) 751-1118 for reservation and application. Valley Cruisers of Pahrump APPOINTMENTS WEEKL Interested in all kinds of car activities? "Valley Cruisers of Pahrump" car club is looking for new members! The club meets th econd Monday of each month, 7:30 p.m.. at 6451 S. Homestead Rd. Cruise Nite is the second Saturday of each month. 2 - 4 p.m.. at Archie's Restaurant. Call Joe, (702) 372-5315, or Kevin, (702) 727-4893 (af- ter 6 p.m.) for more infor- mation. Genealogical group meets Pahrump Valley Genea- logical society meetings will be held on the SECOND THURSDAY of each month at the Mormon Church lo- cated at Wilson Rd. and West Ave. at 7 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room. This is a nondenominational group and everyone is wel- come to attend. For more information regarding the genealogy society, please contact Nancy Raskopf at 727-9680. The Family History Cen- ter is open to everyone want- ing to do research on Tues- day, Wednesday and Thurs- day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Regarding information about the Family History Li- brary, please call 727-5229 during open hours. Special appointments fbr research at the library can be made by calling Marrion Newberry at 727-1331. Interested in animals.'? PAHRUMP- Learn about animals for profit or plea- sure, from pocket pets to cattle. Fairs, shows, outings, and lots of fun. 4H Live- stock club - call Tanya (702) 727-9587. Audobon meets Pahrump chapter of the National Audobon Society meets the 3rd Friday of the month at 7 p.m. at J.G. Johnson Elementary School. Call Beth at 727-4346 for more information. Helping Hands of Pahrump PAHRUMP - Our newly formed organization is now operating Monday thru Fri- day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. We provide transportation by van, five days a week, to Las Vegas for all types of health-related services. We also offer transporta- tion and assistance to all those in need with respect to teers so please call (702) 727-611 I. Monday thru Fri- day and join us in this wor- thy cause. YM Project has Home Page The Yucca Mountain Project's Home Page is available on the World Wide Web. By accessing the sys- tem, you can see work in progress in a photo library, read Yucca Mountain Project fact sheets, and e- mail questions about the project that you would like to have answered. You can visit the Home Page through the URL address http:// www.ymp.gov. In addition to the Home Page, the Department of Energy operates a toll-free number for information on the Civilian Radioactive Waste Manfgement Pro- gram. By calling 1-800-225- NWPA (6972), you can or- der publications and have your questions answered about the program. Hours of operation are Monday thru Friday, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. PST. Genealogical Seminar The Clark County Nevada Genealogical Society an- nounces its Annual Spring seminar set for 22 March 1997. The featured speaker will be James L. Hansen. Topics will be Getting around the lost 1890 census; Frontier Genealogy; The Draper Manuscripts; and What to do when you hit a brick wall. To get a preregistration form call CCNGS Voice Mail (702) 225-5838 and leave your name and address or contact CCNGS by E- mail at CCNGS @JUNO.COM. Amateur radio club meets Free classes from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays at the Pahrump Senior Citizen Center every week. For fur- ther information call 727- 6399. Pahrump Demo Club meets There is a meeting of the Pahrump Valley Democratic Club on the second Monday of each month at the Bob Ruud Community Center. Contact Ray Langford at (702) 727-9694 for more in- ROCK& 727-1490 High Quality Construction Materials Plaster Sands • Masonry Sands • Top Soil Type 2 (Brown or Grey) * Pit Run Reject Sand * Blow Sand * Concrete Sand Pea Gravel * 3/4 Rock (Brown or Grey) Leach (Septic) Rock * Oversized Rock LANDSCAPE DESIGN & PLACEMENT SAVE MONEY • DO IT YOURSELF I1 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK On Rachel Court, East of Vieki Ann, South of Manse Family Preserva- tion Program Family Preservation Pro- ram tar families involved in or at risk |or family vio- lence. The group explores the issues that cause family violence and learn skills to avoid those issues. While the parents attend classes, the children can be sched- uled for classes with notifi- cation. Call Cathy (702) 751-1118 for information. Rockhounds meet The Pahrump Valley Rockhounds will meet the first Tuesday of each month, 7p.m., at the Pahrump Se- nior Center. Newcomers are welcome. For information call 751-1219. Broadway hit opens at CCSN The Broadway hit, "The 1940's Radio Hour," di- rected by Chuck Rounds opens at Community Col- lege Southern Nevada. Evening performances are February 28 and March 1 at 8 p.m., and a Sunday mati- nee March 2 at 2 p.m. All performances will be staged in the Nicholas Horn The- atre on the Cheyenne Cam- pus, 3200 E. Cheyenne Ave. Tickets are $12.50 general admission, and $10 for stu- dents and seniors. For de- tails or reservations, call 651-LIVE (5483). Bicycle Club meets The Rock and Road Cy- Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, February 27, 1997 19 Grounds" Gourmet Coffee House (next to the Pahrump Valley Theaters). In addition to weekly rides, the club will be scheduling training and weekend rides. Call 727- 4941 for more information. II Update on condition of survivors It was supposed to have been a routine maintenance flight for radio station KXPT, also known as the Point, engineers Michael Liles, Richard Roy and Sundance helicopter pilot Tom Schaus earlier this week. See related story. As it turned out, their day was far from routine, however, the entire trio survived what could have been a fatal crash on craggy Mount Potosi, according to an update from their rescuers and spokesper- Kiwanis Fund/:oiser ] Every Saturday in March free I manure will be loaded in your I private vehicle. I 8 o.=. to 2 p.=. I l Basin and Bla88 at the Dairy. l I I | commercial {('-(( ( | I I Jan McDonald, M.D. Dermatology Clinic of Nevada, Ltd. Harvard Medical School & Mayo Clinic Trained at Pahrump Medical Center 1501 E. Calvada Call: 727-6060 Summit Family Health Care 1151 S. Hwy 160 Pahrump Station Call: 727-5509 For Insurance/Billing Questions Call 1-800- 752-4338 • Diseases of Skin • Discoloration • Diseases of Hair • Psoriasis • Skin Cancer • Cosmetic Laser • Acne Surgery • Spider Veins • Chemical Peels • Wrinkles • Hair Restoration • Skin Surgery • Nail Disorders • Moles • Eczema