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Briefly Noted Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, May 29, 1997 3 Stevenson honored Andrew Stevenson, former resident of Shoshone and son of Bruce and Teresa Stevenson, Tecopa, and Judith Stevenson, Indepen- dence, Calif. received his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Golden Gate Univer- sity School of Law in San Francisco. He received his Bachelor of Arts in English and U.S. History from the University of California at Irvine in June 1993. He taught school in Bakersfield, Calif. and coached basketball. To im- prove his German language skills he spent a year work- ing and traveling in South- ern Germany. Rural Outreach Center dedication Theophilus Ministries will hold a site dedication of its Rural Outreach Cen- ter in Pahrump Sunday, June 1 at 3:30 p.m. The land was given by Alfred-Gerstler in remembrance of Jennie and Martin Gerstler, and in memory of Elizabeth Den- nis of Pahrump. Thoephilus Ministries has been serving Nevada since 1976. The site is lo- cated near Charleston Park and Barney. For more infor- mation contact Ron Dennis at 727-5351. Dance signups set Attention dancers or chil- dren that want to learn dance (ages 5 and up): sign-ups for session VI of Totally High Energy Dance are scheduled June 9 from 4- 6:30 p.m. at J.G. Johnson elementary School Gym. Tutition and uniform costs will be collected at that time so T.H.E. Dance Company will be ready for its first community perfor- mance, Pahrump's Harvest Festival. For more information, call 727-4230. Elvis is here The Pahrump Valley High School Key club pre- sents Elvis impersonator Johnny VerHagen and sing- ers Lynn Peterson and Terry Sonneson for a night of en- tertainment, June 6 at 7 p.m. in the Common Grounds coffee shop, 1301 Calvada. Tickets will be a $5 dona- tion to the Key Club and can be purchased through the Key Club; Kiwanis; high school office; Reading Oa- sis or Common Grounds. CCNGS monthly meeting The Clark County Nevada Genealogical Society (CCNGS) will hold its monthly meeting, Thursday June 19 at 7 p.m. at the Katherine Center (Reforma- tion Lutheran Church, 580 East St. Louis). Meetings are open to the public interested in doing family history research. For futher information, call 225- 5838. Tonopah Lions sponsor turkey shoot/raffle TONOPAH - As their major fund raising event for the year, the Tonopah Lions Club is sponsoring a turkey shoot Saturday, June 14. All calibers of firearms are welcome, including black powder and shotgun. The cost will be $2 per shot, limit of three shots per weapon, with winners tak- ing home their choice of a turkey or ham. The shoot begins at 9:30 a.m. at the old Army Air Corps range located at Mile Marker l 0 on the north side of Highway 6-East. Ham- burgers, hot dogs and soda pop will be available at the shoot. Shooters supply their own ammo and all standard range rules will apply. In conjunction with the turkey shoot will be a raffle with the grand prize being a Mossberg 12 gauge shotgun. The drawing will be held at the awards dinner being served at the Lions Club- house on Mizpah Circle. The steak dinner costs $12 per person, starts at 6 p.m. All contestants, their families and friends are welcome. Raffle tickets are $1 each or 12 for $10 and are avail- able at the Hock Shop, Wolfe's Desert Hardware and the Belmont Saloon or from any Tonopah Lion. The Tonopah Lions have been providing vision assis- tance at no cost to needy children and elderly in the area for more than 45 years. Dancers win trophy Members of TotaUy High Energy's Competition Dance Team vied at Gateway's Har- bor Festivals in San Diego April 19 and won a first place excellent trophy for their dance routine. The competition mem- bers are: Charlotte LhRue, Raelynn LaRue, April Luna, Brandi Reedy, and Kassie Reedy. They were accom- panied by T.H.E. Dance di- rector, Martha Reedy. Stagestop schedules children's play A musical comedy, "Pa mela-La-La-La-La Goes Moon Sailing," will be pre- sented in Stagestop's Dinner Amphitheatre as part of the Stagestop's Fun Days' Your Children's Hour program. The event will be held June 13-14. Curtain time is 7 p.m. Various admission prices consist of: $3 for adults, play only and $8 for dinner and play; $2 for children under 12 for play only and $5 for dinner and play. Stagestop is at 100 W. Stagecoach at Blagg. For more information, call 727-7300. Nagle accepted as YFU exchange student AMARGOSA -- Jennifer Nagle of Amargosa has been accepted by Youth For Un- derstanding (YFU) Interna- tional Exchange as an inter- national exchange student. She will live with a fam- ily in Germany during the FYU 1997 Year program. She currently attends Beatty High School. YFU was established in 1951 as a private, non-profit educational organization dedicated to promoting in- ternational understanding and world peace through ex- change programs for high school students. Variety Show on tap at PVHS Tickets are now on sale for the first-ever Pahrump Valley High School Hit Pa- rade, a musical variety show featuring the Select Choir, Jazz Band, Girl's Glee Club, T.H.E. Dance Company, along with comedy from PVHS Drama. Show times are: Thurs- day, May 29-7:30 p.m., Fri- day, May 30 - 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., Saturday, May 31 - 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Call the PVHS office, Mr. White, or any member of the cast for tickets. Seating is limited to 200 per show. BLM District Advisory Council to meet BARSTOW, Calif.-- The Bureau of Land Management California Desert District Advisory Council will meet in formal session Friday, May 30 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, May 31 from 8 a.m. to 12 noon in the Barstow Holiday Inn, 1511 E. Main St. The meeting will include a briefing on the proposed Fort Irwin Expansion, an up- date on the proposed recre- ation fee program, and a dis- cussion on wilderness man- agement and boundary is- sues. For more information, contact BLM public affairs at (909) 697-5215. Kiwanis meets Wednesdays The Kiwanis Club of Pahrump Valley meetings have relocated to Terrible's Town casino bingo room ef- fective Wednesday, May 27 at 7 a.m. L a Reclining Furniture And Sleep Sofas Announcing a "00uvreme" addition to the most complete assortment of massage recliners in the industry, 0utt  wt'vt bkd a am md iu nr n of ttdimg uitun, Lane proudly introduces our m Supneiassage Iner with out' exclu lbmotor syst. 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