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IT Briefly Noted Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, June 5, 1997 3 CCSN slates business conference "Reinventing Yourself for the 21st Century," Southern Nevada's Third "Dare to Dream" conference will be held June 28 at the Commu- nity College of Southern Ne- vada, Cheyenne Campus. The event will highlight career and small business de- velopment and feature four -,panels of small business ex- perts. Panel discussions will in- clude basic business assess- ment, networking how to's, transitioning and life plans after corporate downsizing, financial criteria for starting a business, and the best avenues for obtaining resource infor- mation. The event is being pre- sented by the Small Business Administration, Nevada Self Employment Trust, SCORE, and the CCSN. The early registration fee is $25. Registration is limited. Call 388-6611 or 3512-4002 for reservations. No to Abuse expands services No to Abuse, family vio- lence and child abuse agency is expanding its services to families. Call toll free to the Pahr- ump office 1-888-882-2873 for applications or informa- tion. Applications now being taken for one day a week fam- ily advocates in Round Moun- tain, Beatty and Silver Peak. Call No to Abuse toll free number at 1-888-882-2873 for information. Training will be provided. These are paid po- sitions. Advocates will teach par- ents strengthening classes, family preservation classes support groups and volunteer recruitment and training. Ap- plications will close June 15. Plans for satellite offices in Gabbs and Railroad Valley are in the future plans of the organization. Common Cause to honor Guinan, , Rocha Pat Flandeger, Chairper- son of Common Cause/Ne- vada, announced that the organization's annual mem- bership and awards banquet will be held at the Carson City Nugget Wednesday, June 18. The evening will begin with a no-host bar at 6 p.m., followed by dinner at 7 p.m. Fladager said, "We are pleased that the recipients of and member of the Nevada Commission on Ethics, and Guy Rocha, administrator, state Archives and Records. "Also," she said, "Craig S wope, well-known radio per- sonality from KPTL, Carson City, will emcee the event." Common Cause/Nevada, a non-partisan citizens' lobby, works toward a more account- able, accessible and ethical government and is concen- trating its efforts this year on achieving campaign finance reform at both the state (S.B. 215) and federal (S.25) lev- els. Reservations are required by June 11. Call (702) 883-4104 for further details and banquet res- ervations. 'Celebrate the Magic' "Celebrate the Magic" is a spring showcase of entertain- ment, featuring the Totally High Energy Dancers' Ses- sion V. T.H.E. dancers range in age from 4-15. They will perform routines that come from a wide range of dance: lyrical, jazz, funk, military and character. There will be individual member routines and our award-win- ning travel team performance. The showcase will be held in the Pahrump Valley High Concessions and cake raffle tickets will be sold. All proceeds will help defray T.H.E. Dancers' costs. Dancer signups Signups for Totally High Energy Dance Company Ses- sion VI will be held June 9 at J.G. Johnson Elementary School gym from 4-6:30 p.m. Uniform and tutition fees will be collected at that time so the group can prepare for its first public appearance at the Pahrump Harvest Festi- val. For futher information call 727-4230. Youth program Bob Hommel, a summer youth employment program specialist, will be in Amar- gosa at the Community Cen- ter, Friday, June 6, at I0 a.m. to 3 p.m. to take applications. Youths 14-21 interested in summer employment who qualify, should see flyers at Amargosa Community Cen- ter for required documents prior to coming in. For more information call Hommel in Pahrump (702) 727-4388. Stagestop schedules children's play A musical comedy, "Pa mela-La-La-La-La Goes more readily serve the needs the "1997 Ethics in govern- of Nye and Esmeralda coun- ment"awardswillbetheHon. School gym June 21 at7p.m. Moon Sailing," will be pre- ties. The agency, founded in James J. Guinan, retiredjudge Admission is $2 per person, sented in Stagestop's Dinner 1995, has expanded its set- i vices to include domestic vio- lence intervention and preven- tion, elder abuse, chil] abuse prevention, and sexual assault. The program office in Tonopah is located in the old courthouse and is open five days per week, There ongo- ing parent strengthening classes as well as a Saturday morning family preservation group for families who have stress and anger in their fami- lies and assorted support groups. Office phone number for Tonopah is 482-3016. Part-time offices are sched- uled to open in Silver Peak, Round Mountain and Beatty within the next month. The offices will have classes, cri- sis intervention and peercoun- seling. All three offices are look- ing for volunteers to staff and maintain the local hot lines, and provide advocacy for NEED SOME X.TRA CASH? LOANS $75.s750 Personal Loans .Vacation 'Auto .Home Management Licensed By The State of Nevada We Want To Give You A Loan Today/ CALL NOW/ try Finance 2301 i. Winery Rd. Suite #I 06 751--1133 o Mondoyk00. -1 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. Admission prices: Adults: Play only, $3. Play and dinner, $8. Children under 12: Play only, $2. Play and dinner, $5. Tickets are being sold at Stagestop, Kidz Korner, the Pahrump Chamber of Com- merce, Reading Oasis, BOSS Printing, Ace Hardware and Pahrump Rentals. Stagestop is at 100 W. Stagecoach at Blagg Rd. For more information, call 727-7300. BSP meets on Tuesdays Beta Sigma Phi, Laureate .micron Chapter, meets ev- ery second and fourth Tues- day of the month in member's homes. All members-at- large, inactive members and visiting members are wel- come. For information, please call Joyce Shores (727-8218) or Lucille Jenks (751-3738). Looking for the Best Cigars in the valley? We have them!. Cigarettes by the carton Pipe Tobacco Now candy and sodas oi Bwe_.ates Father's Day ! There is only one way to tell Dad how much you care.,. "' NEW RECLINER,,, Bring Dad by to pick out his own and have it delivered for Father's Day. Shop early for best choices No need to wor about him comfortable.,,let him try our new Action Lane Recliner,..All the comforts of his own massage every night, or let him try one o! the Best Chair recliners, You'll never need to worry about where Dad is, he'll be in his recliner, FREE livery in Prump, e Cage,. of Home lrn/shngs E-Z Financing O.A.C Hwy.180 Just south of Hwy. 872 Layaway and terrlbls's Town Casino Gift Certificate. Pahrump Station 751-3600 Wheeler Springs Plaza 727-3600 Hours:..Mon-Sat 9:80a.m; to 5p.m/