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Briefly Noted Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, June 19, 1997 3 ii o i1 Public iqotice i i  7 :! if. Ham Field Day slated The Rural Amateur Radio Association (RARA) will present its Second Annual Field Day June 28-29. It will be held at the Tonopah His- torical Mining Park at the old Mizpah Mine site from 11 a.m. Saturday through 3 p.m. Sunday. The public is invited. Field Day allows HAMs to hone the communications skills that may be needed in 'he event of a disaster under ' 'primitive conditions with generator and battery/solar- powered equipment. An information booth will be on site to explain more about amateur radio. The general public may convey messages to friends and relatives anywhere in the US and many other countries free of charge. Follow the green signs from McCullough Drive for public parking from the Tonopah Fire Station. For information in Smoky Valley call Lou Purdy at 377- 2142 or Bob Eason at 377- 2467. In Tonopah, call Fred Sanssone at 482-9860 or Kris Dean at 482-5106. "Grilled Beef" Summer is around the cor- ner and Nevada CattleWomen and the Ne- veda Beef Council are offer- ing a free booklet entitled, "Grilled Beef." This recipe book offers easy and delicious backyard barbeque recipes. It also in- cludes tips for grilling suc- cess, marinating techniques, and a steak grilling timetable. To receive your free copy, just send a business size, self- addressed stamped envelope to: Nevada Beef Council, Attention: Grilled Beef, P.O.. Box 310, Elko, NV 89803 or drop by at 1111 Water St. in Elko to pick up your copy. Helping Hands Helping Hands of Pahr- ump is looking for commu- nity minded individuals hav- ing time to assist clients with local transportation for doc- tor appointments, grocery shopping, etc. Mileage reimbursement is available. Van drivers needed for runs to Las Vegas. Call Lesley 10:30 a.m.- 2:30p.m. Monday-Friday, Phone: 727- 6111, Marketing Group Chamber Marketing Group meets every Tuesday morning at 7 a.m. at the Pahr- ump Community Center. It's a good way to network and get to know other business owners. For more informtion call 727-58)0. 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 to 15. They will perform rou- tines that come from a wide range of dance: lyrical, jazz, funk, military, and character. There will be individual member routines and its award winning travel team performance. The showcase will be held in the Pahrump Valley High School gym June 21 at 7 p.m. Admission is $2 per person. Concessions and cake -raffle tickets will be sold. All proceeds will help defray T.H.E. Dancers costs. Attention Dancers Sigh-ups for Totally High Energy Dance Company Ses- sion VI will be held June 20, 23, 24, 25 and 26 at J.G. Johnson Elementary School from 2-4 p.m. Totally High Energy Dance Company offers jazz combo classes (jazz, funk, lyrical, military, character, and novelty) for ages 5 and up at a very low cost. Uniform and tutition fees will be collected at that time so that we can prepare for our first public appearance at the Pahrump Harvest Festival. For further information please call 727-4230. No to Abuse Two Parent Strengthening classes presented by the No to Abuse program are free to the public, with openings still available for day and evening sessions. "Parenting Under Stress" and "Parenting Without A Partner" are the classes of- feted by the Nevada Outreach Training Organization. Pre-registration can be made by calling No to Abuse at 751-1118. Chamber dinner The Pahrump Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly dinner meeting June 25 at 7 p.m. at the Commu- nity Center, Basin Road and Hwy 160. The VFW Ladies Auxil- iary is sponsoring the dinner which will consist of stuffed cabbage, vegetables, salad, roll, coffee, tea and dessert. The cost is $6 per person. Reservations must be made no later than June 20 by call- ing 727-5800. DAN KERRIGAN - manager of the local McDonald's Restaurant along with the famous clown Ronald awards a bicycle to Tel Wright at their 1st anniversary celebration, which was held Friday nighL All participants received a drawing ticket and Tai as the lucky winner of the grand prize. There was also other premiums awarded along with a magic show performed by Ronald. [NAPA Quality Auto Parts From time to time the Gallery of Home Fumishings has merchandise that has been discontinued by various manufacturers. At this time the Gallery is offering various Dinettes, sofas, entertainment centers, mattresses, end tables, lamps, baby furniture and other merchandise at substantial savings. If you are looking for great quality at terrific pricing, now is the time to stop by. This merchandise is limited to stock on hand and only applies to certain merchandise. Place: The Gallery of Home Furnishings 941 Hwy 160 - Wheeler Springs Plaza Living & Dining Room Store 1141 Hwy 160 - Pahrump Station Bedroom & Mattress Store Time: Monday-Saturday 9:30AM-5:00PM until merchandise is gone. _ l00rts Auto i00e/t00 . Call 751 -A RTS Eng Corner of Jane & Savoy ines Why Pay More & Get Less? " --from A^^^ , Service from $19.95 R&R * Head, Valve, Grind & Install New Gasket Some Cars, Trucks & Vans Extra Does not include transfer time or Head Repairs Engine and Labor * Oil change with filter from $12.95 . Tear Down may be required for Detailed Quote Batteries for Cars & Light Trucks from $ 29.95 I I I Valve Jobs* l F mm $ 299.99 Free Car W aShuWith any Repair i 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 8.'00 p.m. - I0:00 p.m. Sat.b/appolntment Savoy