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Briefly Noted Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, May 8, 1997 3 Complete Site Improvements Packages Available Lic# 75di2A & 17563A ~ 727-5435 59! S. Boul Rd. P.O. Box 56, Pahrump, NV Jazz Legend Joe Williams in concert at CCSN Jazz legend Joe Williams will perform at Community College of Southern Nevada on Thursday, June 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Nicholas Horn Theatre on CCSN's Chey- enne campus. CCSN's Cheyenne cam- pus is located at 3200 E. Cheyenne Ave, one mile east of 1-15 North. General ad- mission is $25. For reserva- tions call (702)651-5483. 'Cutworms Collars' can reduce attacks by night-flying moths This is the seasonal time for cutworms to attack plants in the garden. The larvae, immature form of a dark night-flying moth, emerge from the soil at night and crawl along the surface of the ground until they find a plant stem. A single surface-feeding cutworm can sever or dam- age many young plants in a single night. To reduce damage, use "cutworm collars" around the stem of each plant or closely-space group of plants. These collars can be made of stiff paper or alumi- num foil. They should be at least 2" high and pressed firmly in the ground. For more information, contact the University Co2 operative Extension at 727- 5532. Evening of Dance An evening of dance by the School of Dance will be held at 7 p.m. on May 16-17 at the Pahrump Valley High School auditoreum. Admission is $2. For more information, call Susan Brown at 727- 4444. Sandy Valley VFW Post #27 The Sandy Valley VFW Post #27 invites its commu- nity to a seminar about Liv- ing Trusts on Thursday, May 29, at 1:30 p.m. at the Com- munity Center on Quartz Ave. AAIP, one of the West's largest providers of "Living Trusts", will be presenting the seminar. Call Adene" at 800-232- 9455 for further information and reservations. CCNGS monthly meeting The Clark County Nevada Genealogical Society (CCNGS) will hold its monthly meeting on Thurs- day, May 15, at 7 p.m. at the Katherine Center (Reforma- tion Lutheran Church, 580 E. St. Louis). The meeting this month starts out with a pre-meeting refresher, "Photo Restora- tion," by John McDermott, a business meeting, then' the main topic for the meeting will be "Clark County Records and Their Use" by County Recorder Judy Vandever. Meetings are open to the public interested in doing Family History Research. For further information CCNGS can be reached by Voice Mail at 25-5838 or by e m a i 1 : CCNGS @JUNO.COM. PVHS Concert The PVHS Music Depart- ment will conduct two spe- cial events for the month of May. the first event is the Cafe'/Pop Concert on Satur- day, May 10, at 6p.m. inthe courtyard area next to the high school cafeteria. The second is the first-ever PVHS Hit Parade, being on Thursday through Saturday, May 29-31 in the PVHS au- ditorium, Tickets will be sold in advance members music department at a cost of $4 for the evening perfor- mance and $3 for the early performance. Show times are: 7:30 p.m. Thursday; 5 and 7:30 p.m. Friday; and 5 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Bowling fund drive successful The Southern Nevada Youth Leaders, PVHS Bowl- ing Club and the Calvada Crazees Bowling league would like to thank Smith's Food & Drug and all the gen- erous people of Pahrump for supporting their "Balloons for Miracles" fund drive on April 19. The donations brought in $291 for the Children's Miracle Network at University Medical Cen- ter. Summer bowling league A summer bowling league is being formed at the Calvada Sports Complex. This will be a 10-week league beginning June 10. For sign ups or informa- tion, contact Buddy at 727- 6412 or Cookie at 727-4822. Performers wanted Auditions for a benefit to aid No to Abuse will be held May 10 in Room B at the Community Center. All in- terested performers can con- tact Cookie at 727-4822 or Christine at 727-5226. Literacy Training Class The Literacy Council of Pahrump will be holding a Literacy Training Class in Pahrump on May 15-17 for new volunteers who wish to become Literacy Tutors. It is free of charge and class Car/Lt. Truck Batteries $29.95 Starterslalternatorsfrom $39.95 Pump Houses Patios Storage Sheds R.V. Shelters Concrete Work IF IT CAN BE BUILT "WE JUST DO IT" I KENNY WILLIAMS CONSTRUCTION Lic # 035076 (702) 727-8883 * $ 0 down - FHA or Conventional Financing Immediate Approval O.A.C. rf size is limited. Please call Pat Lyle for details and reg- istration. 727-7561. Racing on tap Saturday at Pahump Valley Speedway The semi-weekly racing action continues Saturday at the Pahrump Valley Speedway for Street Stocks, IMCA and Dwarf cars, be- ginning with heat races at 7:30 p.m. Besides heat races for each classifi ation, there will be a trophy dash and main event action. About 24 streeters are ex- pected to compete in the heats, 20 in the IMCA divi- sion and about 15 Dwarf cars. The speedway is north of Hwy 160. Take Basin Av- enue to where the pavement ends, then turn left. Alzheimers Group meets Wednesdays The Pahrump Alzbeimers support group will meet the third Wednesday every month at the Senior Center, 1370W. Basin Ave., from 1- 2:30 p.m. For more information call 727-7999. PVRW to hold huge garage sale Plans are under way and in full swing for the annual Garage Sale by the Pahrump Republican Women. All pro- ceeds are used to support the many charitable activities of the PVRW. Anyone who wishes to donate sale items may take them to the Pahr- ump Community Center, Thursday May 8, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., or if you need items to be picked up, phone Marnae at 727-1603, or Rosemarie at 727-6497. The garage Sale will be open to the public on Friday, May 9 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday, May 10 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Last year's sale was a terrific success with a large turnout, so come early. Z00M/00P00KE WELI00ILLING LLC Well Drilling Complete submersible Pump & Water Tank System Installed Power Pedestal (200amp) Trenching for Power and Installing Waterlines from Well to Home S__e00Ystems Includes: Perc. Test Construction Permit Occupancy Permit Pads Mobile Home Garage Driveways Lot Cleared Make This Mother Buy any recliner in stock and recieve an addi- tional 10% off all special prices. Choose from Berkline Action Join us Saturday for our Sidewalk Sale at Pahr- ump Station Many new introductions, Scratched dented, close outs, and demos, Reduced Prices Lane or' Best Final Markdown on 1996 Spring Air Mat- tresses Only 3 re- maining. Stop by and try out the new Doc- tors Choice 1997 Back Supporter today In Stock Futons,jewelry amoirs and gift items Now reduced. Save 10% The Gal00,,y of Home Furnishis Bedroom and Mattresses (Pahrump Station) 751-3600 Living & Dining Room (Wheeler Springs Plaza) 727-3600 , Hwy 160just South of Hwy 372 Clock Repair * Lay away * Financing * O.A.C. * Gift Certificate