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i<l i' Briefly Noted Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, April 24,1997 3 Annual Spaghetti Dinner The Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce will hold their monthly dinner meeting Wednesday, April 30 at 7:00 p.m. at the Commu- nity Center, A spaghetti din- ner will be catered by the Pahrump Valley Fire Depart- ment. The cost is $6 per per- son. Reservations are re- quired by April 25, 1997 National Dance Week Ac- tivities .-In honor of - "National ce Week," KT's Dance Factory will hold its annual spring recital May 2nd at 7p.m. at the Beatty High School gym. Admission is free. Direct all .inquiries to Kathryn .Tolleson at (702)- 553-2447, Elks Lodge Update The Pahrump Valley Elks Lodge #2796 held its first annual Inaugural Dance on Saturday, April 12, 1997 at the Community Center to honor the newly installed of- ricers. The dance was open to the public and the 180 Ex- press band of Las Vegas pro- vided some very good music for dancing. We are pleased to note the gala affair was well attended. The Nevada State Elks Convention was held in Las Vegas April 17-20, 1997. The new Pahrump Lodge #2796 made its presence known! Our "baby lodge", on its first time out placed 4th in the state in the Ritual team con- test in overall points. Indi- vidual trophies were won by Paul Stuart,.#1 Lecturing Knight; Willie Mack, #2 Loyal Knight; and Howard Watson, #2 Chaplain. The Lodge itself won the "Most New Members" plaque! We are proud of our Elks Lodge #2796 for a job well done! Circus comes to town The American Crown Cir- cus is coming to Pahrump May 5-6, 1997 to Petrack Park. There will be 4 spec- tacular shows at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. daily, including the Osorio Bros. who have per- formed for the last 5 years at Circus Circus in Las Vegas. The American Crown Circus is sponsored by the Pahrump Valley Chamber of Com- merce. Give a high school boy and opportunity to learn PAHRUMP--The Pahr- ump Valley High School shop class is accepting donations. The students are in need of small hand tools, small engines and other items. Contact instructor Larry Fried, or principal Jerry Hill at (702) 727-7737. Pahrump Valley Republican Women to Sponsor Fashion Show The Pahrump Valley Republican Women are sponsoring a fashion show on April 26 to be held at the home of Darlene Howard. Dorothy Re|chert has made arrangements with J.C. Penney to show an "around the clock" assortment of their Spring and Summer Collection. The fashion show will start at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday the 26thbfApril, witha buffet of salads offered f lunch.  "Tickets are available to the public for a $10.00 donation. The proceeds of this event will benefit the Woldehanna/ Dennis Memorial Mammog- raphy Fund. The P.V.R.W. provideinformationconcern- ing breast cancer and volun- teer their time to conduct yearly mammography exami- nations at a greatly reduced cost and even pay for those who cannot afford the nomi- nal east of these examina- tions. It will be a festive affair in a magical setting on the golf course, and will benefit a great cause. Be there!! For tickets phone Dorothy at 727- 6155 or Charlene at 727- 6955. Disabled American Veterans meeting Disabled American Vet- erans next D.A.V. meeting will be Tuesday May 6, 1997, at 7:30 p.m., at Comstock Park community center. If any DAV veteran needs a ride to the meeting or to the Las Vegas Clinic call Bobbie Payne 751-1339. First come first serve. You can contact Bobbie Monday through Fri- day from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fun Days- Stage Stop A musical combdy, dance drams, "Pa Mela, La La La...Goes Moonsailing" presented by Off Pahrump Productions Theatre Group, the youth of our community, age 14 to 18. Performed at the Stage Stop outdoor theatre on fun days, June 13 and 14, evening performance and dinner tickets available also. Cast party on Sunday, June 15. Karl Mitchell's Acting Animals will be appearing in the program and will be available for photos after the show. The "Pahrump Residents" are stage and screen stars. Revenue re- ceived will be donated to the kids. Professional musicians and stars from Las Vegas andPahr/fip Will be con- tributing time and talent. Donna's Desert Dancers and Sundance Company, Elgin on Piano, Jerry and Gang on Fiddle, Harolds Music, Charlie McLaine on Sax (one of Frank Sinatras player's), Robin Williams, AKA, Michael Clayton ap- pearing at Orleans, Branson Theatre with Rex Allen and more. "Does the Purple Cow Jump Over The Moon?" "and who pushed humpty dumpty trumpty off the wall," does Molumbo solve the case?" It's a spoof on Mother Goose and defi- nitely for adults and kids...LAF.. LAF... It's how kids get in and out of trouble like adults do and how to make your dreams come true. There are some very talented kids in this town of Pahrump. Approxi- mately 20 in the company. This is an original play with original music, plus more. For more information contact Harriet Schaefer, Plus Communications 727- 2380 or Liz, See. & Asst. Stage Stop at 727-7300. Interviews available. No To Abuse The Nevada Outreach Training Organization is holding therapy sessions I for adults molested as chil- dren. Therapy to begin Fri- day, April 25, 1997 from 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. at the NO TO ABUSE family cri- sis and child abuse preven- tion center. The group is free with donations accepted. The therapy sessions will be fa- cilitated by Psychotherapist SandS Levy Barbero, M.S.W./L.S.W. The center is across from the Humane Society on HWY372. Call 751-1118 for information. No chil- dren please. Weekly sup- port group--all welcome. National Association of Retired Federal Employees The National Associa- tion of Retired Employees, Chapter 2276, will meet II I IIII I Thursday, April 24, 1997 at 1 P.M. in the Commu- nity Center, Rm. "A". Roger Burnley will be our guest speaker, who will dis- cus long term health care. All Federal Employees (Active and Retired) are welcome. For more infor- mation about the associa- tion, please contact Reggie Knight at 727-1193. Simply not true about Unique Salon Carrie Hutchens (owner) The new rumor about Simply Unique Salon be- ing closed is in fact FALSE. Simply Unique Salon is open 6days a week Man-Sat. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. We are open to serve you with your hair and nail needs. If you are told this rumor. We would appreci- ate it if you would correct it so people do not get misin- formed. I lll I I Valley Bzkes 141 S. 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