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..,22,Thursday, June,l 9, I.97 P, ahrqmp Valley Gazette i Sen or News AMARGOSA SENIOR NEWS ' (702) 372-5413 by: Irene Osterhoudt Happy Birthday Day is June 25. Join us for the night. Mike Edwards, Ed Rigler, and Pahrump's Ruthie Wilson. Council meeting June 24 at 6 p.m. right after dinner, the new by-laws will be ready for your inspection. Good luck to John and Anne Newhouse. We have had visitors this last week from New Mexico, Marie and Bob's sister and brother-in-law Ronemma and Bob Allen. Goodies, goodies, fresh baked whole pies will be available at the Senior Center Thursdays during mealtime. Take a close look! Mike will do special orders. The above is thanks to Michael DeLee and Lavonne Selbach. Thanks much. Valley Electric Association Monthly Board of Directors Meeting Thursday, June 26th, 1997 9 a.m. At the VEA Main Office Building Highway 372, one mile West of Highway 160 All VEA members are invited to attend APPOINTMENTS WEEKLY Jan McDonald, M.D. Dermatology Clinic of Nevada, Ltd. Harvard Medical School & Mayo Clinic Trained at Pahrump Medical Center 1501 E. Calvada Call: 727-6060 MENU: June 24 - Pork sausage, apple sauce June 25 - Chili Relleno June 26 - Burger Steak BEATTY SENIOR NEWS (702) 553-2956 by: Lorayne White Thursday night's Bingo Jackpot on June 26 will be $155 in 61 numbers, if not won in previous week. Gettin' up there again! Great big thank you goes to Barrack Mine for their donation to the senior center of spare ribs left over from their picnic on June 14 in the Beatty Park, and to the Lion's Club for cooking them..so all we gotta do is put on the barbecue sauce and finish off for a scrumptious feast. We will really enjoy this finger-hckin' treat! She's Back! Lorayne White and her husband are back from another honeymoon trip. They renewed their wedding vows on their tenth anniversary June 13 in Virginia City, the site of their original wedding. Congratulations to our happy couple, and welcome home. We missed you ! Meghann Lasorsa and Melissa Griffin, our teenager helpers, are again volunteering some of their vacation hours to work in our kitchen and wherever else we need their help. They vacuum our rugs, and are wonderful help in the kitchen where they help us prepare food and also pearl-dive ! We really appreciate having their company and their help. Thanks girls. Reminder.. Friday, June 27 is our last evening Birthday meal in our present senior center, and promises to be a special event so plan to attend. About mid-July we should be in the new center. We'll keep you posted on a better date, when we know it! MENU: June 19 - Tacos June 20 - Corned beef June 23 - Cold turkey sandwich June 24 - Chicken vegetable casserole June 25 - Beef tips and noodles PAHRUMP SENIOR NEWS (702) 727-5008 by:Marcia Sabala Hello from the Pahrump Senior Center Quote of the Week: "A good heart is better than all the heads in the world." Thrift shop (Punky Doodle) is open weekdays from 10a.m.-2p.m. Come in and check out all the bar- gains. Cleaning out your ga- rage? Bring us your usable and saleable items. Cancer and stroke support meets the second and fourth Thursday of the month 10 a.m., run by Louise Felton, R.N. Call the center for more information at 727-5008. Upcoming Events: Summit Family Health Care 1151 S. Hwy 160 Pahrump Station Call: 727-5509 For Insurance/Billing Questions Call 1-800- 752-4338 • Diseases of Skin • Discoloration • Diseases of Hair • Psoriasis • Skin Cancer • Cosmetic Laser • Acne Surgery • Spider Veins • Chemical Peels • Wrinkles • Hair Restoration • Skin Surgery • Nail Disorders • Moles • Eczema June 19 - 9 a.m. music with Harold, 1 p.m. poker June 20 - 1 p.m. bridge and poker June 21 - 10 a.m. picnic in park June 23 - 1 p.m. poker, 7 p.m. ham operators June 24 - 10 a.m. diabetics support group, 1 p.m. poker June 25 - Pinochle and poker 1 p.m. June 26 - Music with Harold 9 a.m., cancer support group 10 a.m., poker 1 p.m. MENU: June 19 - Tacos June 20 - Corned beef June 21 - Hamburgers and hot dogs picnic in park June 23 Cold turkey sandwich June 24 - Chicken vegetables casserole June 25 - Beef tips and noodles TONOPAH SENIOR NEWS (702) 482-6450 by: Irene Cessna We hope this past week has been a pleasant one for all. Plans for the 55 Alive Driver's Refresher Course are falling into place. The course will be Saturday, July 12, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The instructors will be Mertice Forte and Mary Ann Landers and the cost is $8. By taking this course you could be eligible for a discount on your car insurance. If you are interested, call us at 482-6450 and we will add your name to the roster. Are you ready to do something exciting in your life? Why not enroll in the 1997 Nevada Senior Olympics competition being held October 3-12. There is a wide selection of games or sports you could participate in such as bowling (as a team), golf, pitching horseshoes, swimming, weight lifting/fitness, biUards, tennis, and many others. You must be 48 or older to qualify. Applications are available at the Senior Center as well as many other business establishments in the area. Sounds like fun, doesn't it? Let's give it a try. Memorial services were held on Monday, June 16, for Fredrick (Fred) Galang. He had lived in Tonopah for a short time before coming from Los Angeles. He was one of our favorite seniors and we will truly miss him. Joining us this week for lunch was Florence and Warren Derosier (Ellen Allison's sister and husband) from Spearfish, S.D. and Ellen's great grandson, Chase Gibson from Elko, Charlotte Asberger from Las Vegas, Rae Powers, Rod, Barbara, Darrell and Lucy Reyman on a return visit to our center. Mary Ann and Wallace Glasser now making their home in our area, and our local friends, Colleen Phinney, Ann Lybarger and'Jamie Corer. And Timmy Painter escorting great-grandmother Veva Ackom for lunch Thursday. Once again we enjoyed fresh oranges, lemons and grapefruit from Harry and Dorothy Roquch who live in Colton, Calif.,close friends of Helen and Jerry D'Ottavio. It's so gratifying to know that people who live so far away give us a helping hand in support of our center. We thank you folks very much. Perhaps someday we will have the pleasure of meeting you to thank you personally. MENU: June 19 - Clfili beans June 20 - Chicken salad June 23 - Cabbage rolls June 24 - Turkey Sandwich June 25 - Tuna casserole @lue )iamon /user Cactus - Cactus Largest Selection in Nevada Desert Plants ~ Succulents Lots of native Nevada plants including: Red Barrels, Cholla, Yucca, Mound Cactus, Clariet Teddy Bear, Beaver Trail, Pdddy Pear, Saguaro Golden Barrels, Organ pipe, Desert Willow Blue Pale Verde, Ocotillo, Mexican Fence Post and Extremeh] Nice Nevada Joshua Trees Free Cactus Say you saw it in the Gazette, limit of one. I Open: 9 am - 5 pm Daily, Sun 10 am - 5 pm 12740 Blue Diamond Road 1/2 Mile off 160 W. on Blue Diamond Rd. (Hwy 159) (702) 875-1968 Fax (702) 875-1913 t J "t" MNd n Clntmcmn* o., i k J t,i i,