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Community News Nashville gives Pahrump something to sing about had difficulties in recruiting the necessary staff members. Arcon finally found a full-time physician, Charles Freer M.D., and some part-time doctors to staff the emergency room. The Pahrump Hospital Board, chaired by Pat Mankins, did not take action against Arcon's failure to deliver the promised services on time. "We have tried to be lenient," Mankins said Tuesday NASHVILLE-Pahrump Medical Center has resumed its 24-hour operations, according to a press release from Arcon Headquarters (April 3). Arcon is the Nashville based health care company that took over management responsibilities of PMC in January, after St. Rose Dominican withdrew from an agreement citing financial losses. Arcon promised to have PMC open around the clock, but (April8). "It is difficult to get doctors to move to a rural area." Freer grew up in Las Vegas, where he had practiced medicine for 20 years. He attended medical school at George Washington Uni- versity, and completed his residency at the University of California, San Diego. "I wanted to return to early Nevada roots," said Freer. "I like rural living." Beta Sigma Phi chapter celebrates founder's day, 66 th Anniversary Beta Sigma Phi in Pahrump and around the world arc- gathering this April 30 to celebrate Founder's Day, a cultural organization in the world. There are now 250,000 membe active in chapters in 20 countries throughout the world. The upcoming Founder' s Day celebration for this area will be held on April 30 at Pahrump Valley Vineyard Restaurant 2:00 in the afternoon. The anniversary will be observed by the Nevada Laureate Omicron Pahrump Chapter here in Pahr- ump. For further information contact Cynthia Maboney (702)- 727-9297 or Betty Johnson (702)-727-8435. Members-at- large, inactive members and visiting members are welcome, and urged to call. VFW Craft Show By Ann Nusbaum The VFW Auxiliary, Post No. 10054 held its l0 t" semi- annual craft show this last Ur _h" . ent are 24 hours-a-day 7 days-a-week That's all day and all night. The Arcon Pahrump Center for Healthcare is open 24 hours-a-day, every day to /. i or illness. Pahrump Center for Healthcare 1501E. CalvadaBoulevard Pahrump, NV89048 702-727-6060 Saturday and Sunday. There were craftspeople there with crafts ranging from ceram- ics to woodcrafts, jewelry to leather, needlework of all kinds, and even scented soaps. The crowd enjoyed looking at all the different crafts represented. The next show will be the first week- end in October. Plan to at- tend and see what the local people make and do Manse Elementary's February Student of the Month KindergartenJeanette Meza, Tony DeCamillo First Grade--Jacob Swin- ney, Tyler Gibbons, Jason Bagley Second GradeShentrail Robinson, Brittany Benser, Brian Mischel Third Gracte--Brett Daniels, Krystal Miller, Cali Maison Fourth Grade--Alicia Cod'era, A.J. Foster Fifth Grade--Meaghan Elvin, Jennifer Hamphill, Jes- sica Alcoser, Cody Brock Coca Cola Award win- nerJennifer Himphill Licensed & Bonded #30 m- -V !InsUed with S ...r..,y .,. j Radio Dispatched' 7 days a week service ( 1220 E. Manse | E. of PV BLVO 7 2 7-446 21