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24 Thursday, June 12, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gmr, e SeniorNews TONOPAH SENIOR NE- , (702) 482-6450 by Irene Cessna We begin by reminding everyone about the 55 Alive/Mature Driving Class we would like to present in our area. First of all, there was an error in the price of the course. The cost is $8, not $80 as printed in the May 29 edition. This course emphasizes how to adjust your driving due to age- related physical changes, reviewing rules of the road and road signs as well as safety tips. We must have 10 people signed up before it can be given. Do reracmber, by taking this course you could save dollars on your car insurance. If you are interested, call the Senior Center (482- 6450) for more information. A big thank you to Rip and Judy Ripley for the fresh trout. We are already looking forward to a great fish dinner. And to everyone who helps us in so many ways. Our budget doesn't meet the demand we AUTO SALV.GE and PICK A PART NYE COUNTY'S FIRST PICK a PART BRING YOUR OWN TOOLS MUST BE 18 OR OLDER TO ENTER YARD $1.00 ADMISSION CHARGE 727-1313 OPEN 7 DAYS 8a007o SPm ' N, Smartway NEED SOM X.TRA CASH? must adhere to, so it's important to have the support of the people in the community to keep the center afloat. Father's Day is just around the comer. Remember Dad on his special dey because good Dads are hard to find. Let him know how much he is loved. Our guests this week were Deanna Klapper, Lorraine Gassman (Nina Folwick's daughter) and son Gregory from Davis, Calif. and Robert Davis (Elmer Offen's son-in-law) from Stockton, Calif. What pleasure it brings us having our local folks, as well as out-of- town guests, drop in for lunch. We always look forward to a return visit from them. Our thank you to the crew from the Conservation Camp for cleaning up the yard at the Senior Thrift Shop. You guys did a great job! MENU: June 12 -- BBQ Chicken June 13 -- Tuna Salad Plate June 16-- Pizza June 17 -- Roast Pork June 18 -- Philly Steak Sandwich. Happy Father's Day and have a fantastic week. AMARGOSA SENIOR NEWS (702) 372-5413 by: Irene Osterhoudt Are you aware that there is a monster (not a cookie monster) running around the Senior Center? I have heard it said that the problem with no one coming to the Senior Center is the staff. If you firmly believe this, there is a way to handle it. Come in and pick up a Complaint/Grievance Form. I will be the first one to hand it to you. It is important to the valley that the Senior Center continues to operate. We are here to see that it does. I am sure that at least some are aware of the problems that the Pahrump Senior Center has had, we don't want those kind of problems here. There will be new by-laws available shortly as the by-laws committee has had its first meeting. All the centers are working on establishing common by-laws for the good of all,. as well as a procedure on the operation of the centers. We are trying to work with the commissioners so that all are happy. From the commis- sioners to the Nye County Nutrition Program to the senior centers. The benefit for Sam and Diane Carey, burned out completely, proved to be very successful. Good luck guys and may God be with you. A very special thank you to the Amargosa Valley Chamber of Commerce for the help it is giving us. Many thanks to Mauri and Mike O'Neil; they are going to put new emitters on our drip system around our trees that surround the property. Thanks to Mike and Jean for all their efforts in keeping things afloat. Good luck with your new trailer. MENU: June 17 -- BBQ Beef June 18 -- Pinto Beans June 19 -- Taco Salad Join us. LOANS $75.$750 Personol Loons .Vocation .Auto .Home Management Licensed By The State of Nevada We Want To Give You A Loan Today/ CALL NOWI Finance U BEATTY NE00s (702) 553-2956 by: Lorayne White Thursday night's Bingo jackpot, June 19 will be $150 in 60 numbers, if not won in the previous week. Beatty'sRailroad Days celebration June %8 drew many people to town and it is hoped the vendors did well. The senior booth selling pies and ice cream did a good business, and a number of seniors and others are responsible for that success. Special thanks goes to the following: Dorothy and Skinny Forsyth for set up and cleaningup, Jim Freeman ( tooth and all), Irene Sorenson, Bobby Adrian, Jim Davis, Bill and Mary Davis, Patty Stroop, Ruthie O'Connor for preparing and/or serving the pies and ice cream, at our booth. Another special thanks goes to Bonnie Hayes for painting our sign_it was neat! In the convertible provided by Cathy Carter, we had Teddy Kreuter, Fritz Rowland and Pete Ebner representing the Senior ' Center. Unfortunately, due to a fire that occurred minutes before the " parade, participants had to assemble in a storage shed next door to Fritz Rowland. The stress caused by the fire necessitated Fritz being taken to Las Vegas by ambulance for observation. Pete then rode with Teddy in the convertible in the parade. Fritz is doing well according to last reports and will be coming home shortly. We all feel sorry about the fire and the upset it caused to Fritz, but are relieved that he is doing OK. MENU: June 16 -- Build your own chef salad, fruit cobbler June 17 -- Polish sausage, saurkraut, potatoes, Jello June 28 -- Oven fried chicken, potato wedges, pudding June 19 -- Sweet &.sour pork over rice, jello June 20 - Liver and onion or macaroni and cheese, mixed fruit. Sp and Salad bar available. PAHRUMP NEWS (702) 727-5008 by: Marcia Sabala Hello from the Pahrump Senigr Center. Memorial Day has come and the time for all the good picnics to start. Hope everyone has a great summer. Quote of the week: "Don't worry about growing older 0r pleasing others. Please yourself." Ourthrifl shop (Punky Doodle) is open weekdays from 10a.m.-2p.m. come in and check out all the bargins. We get new items all the time. Cancer and stroke support group meets the second and fourth Thursday of the month 10 a.ra., nan by Louise Felton, R.N. Call the center for more infommfion at 727-5008. Upcoming Events June 12 -- Harold's music 10:30 a.m., cancer support at 10 a.m., poker I p.m. June 13 -- Bridge and poker 1 p.m. June 16 -- Poker 1 p.m., ham operators 7 p.m. June 17-- TOPS 8 a.m., diabetics support group 10 a.m., exercise 10:30 a.m., Bingo 1 p.m., blood pressure 11 a.m., poker la.m. June 18-HumanaGold9:30-11:30ant, pinochleandpokerat 1 p.m. June 21 -- Picnic at Petrack Park, 11:30a.m.-12:30 p.m. you eat. MENU: June 12 -- Ham and lima beans, carrots, cole slaw, fruit cup, combread and milk June 13 - Baked fish, scalloped potatoes, spinach, tomato cuke salad, cantaloupe,milk June 16 -- Pasta with meat sauce, green beans, tossed salad, cobbler, garlic toast, June 17-- Ham with raisin sauce, rice pilaf, broccoli, pear carrot salad, bread, sherbet, milk June 18-- Chicken broccoli casserole, green beans, tossed salad, roils, fruit, cookies, milk Oriental Futons Furniture Gifts A Beautiful... 1997 Oriental Calendar!! 8. a Letter Opener! 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