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Senior News AMARGOSA SzNIOR ' ' (702) 372-5413 ........ by: Irene Osterhoudt Thanks Bob Reagle and John Young for setting up the mixer in the Senior Center, I am sure there is no way it will fall or be knocked down. Thanks guys! Be aware of the new Thursday menus, it will be our summer special, each Thursday throughout the hot summer months. We did a survey on the meals all most preferred.. You would he surprised how everyone agreed, believe it or not, liver and onions was on top of the list. I.iver & Onions ala Mike, that is. Look for new help with Alzheimers in the future. MENU: July I - Liver and onions July 2 - Baked chicken July 3 -Summer special, sliced cold meats, soup and salad bar, dessert. G%ciet -. Call 24 hours 727-18fl8 eludtm Rmowl from Place of Dth, Ppamtlon of Dinah  and Ptrmlt, CmmaUo mitattmm Urn, Ful.y Llcmad P.O. Be= 6;)00 o:ate 9e .7S0 Buol Lu.  rvt s00 I I I II II I I PAHROMP ;EN00ORNEWs ....... (702) 727-5008 .... by: Marcia Sabala Quote of the week: "The difference between life and the movies is that a script has to make sense, and life doesn't." Thrift shop (Punky Doodle) is open week days from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Come in and check the bargains. Cleaning out your garage? Bring us your usable and saleable items. Cancer suport group meets the second and fourth Thurs- day of the month 10 a.m., run by Louise Felton, RN. Call the center for more information at 727-5008. Alzheimer and stroke support group meet from 1-2:30 p.m., the third Wednesday of the month, call the center at 727- 5008 if you have any questions. Free caregiving is offered. Upcoming events: June 26-- Harold and his music, 10 a.m., Cancer and stroke support group, 1 p.m. poker June 27 -- l p.m. bridge and poker June 30 -- 1 p.m. poker July 1 -- 10-11:30 a.m. Medicare help, 10 a.m., diabetics support group, 10:30 a.m. exercise walk, 1 p.m. poker July 2 -- 1 p.m. poker and pinochle MENU: June 26 - Macaroni and cheese with franks June 27 - Barbeque pork or beef June 30 - Meat loaf with gravy July 1 - Baked chicken and stuffing July 2 - Stuffed peppers I IIIHI Hill II I I IIIIIIIII III IIIII II SE Nfff-s ONOPAH  IIIOR ....................... (702) 482-6450 .......................... by: Irene Cessna Hello to all our friends from the Senior Center. We hope this past week has been good to you. We had a very busy day on Monday. Our center hosted a menu planning workshop conducted by Kristin Alampi from Division of Aging. The cooks and site managers from other senior centers included Ely, Eureka, Duckwater, Reese River, KHWK Radio From Pahrump to Bishop has you covered! For the latest news, information and the finest music programming be sure to tune to KHWK, broadcasting from Tonopah. If you're traveling the vast distances of Central Nevada's desert terrain you still can't miss us! Member.  Press Great Basin Radio Network 92.7 - Tonopah 93.5 - Beatty 94.3 - Lida and Scotty's Junction 94.3 - Gold Point 95.9 - Pahrump 103.9 - Bishop, Ma_mmoLh and Big Pine 104.9 -Round Mountain 105.5 - Hawthorne Mina, Hawthorne, Beatty, Amargosa and other areas. The attendees were Debbie Walker, Barbara Manzonie, Cynthia Frank, Gloria Pontell, Susan Robison, Karen Webb, Irene Osterhaudt, George and Cathy Painter, Barbara Boyd, Barbara Brandt, Lorayne White, Mike Edwards and others whose names have es- caped my memory. The menu planning workshop is a very essential part of the program and it gives the employees an opportunity to share ideas, exchange recipes and work as a team to better the pro- r gram. It was a pleasure having these folks with us. Other guests were Parker Wickham's sisters, Mary Larsen and Beth Underhill, and Grace McKnight's family, Wanda Gilger and Dan Miller. John Siever of Las Vegas; Siever is the auditor for the Division of Aging and was here for a few days doing an assessment on our reporting system. The Senior Dimensions representatives will be at the Goldfield Community Center Thursday, June 26, at I I a.m. If you have questions or need answers, plan to attend this meeting. We are so pleased that our meal count has increased tremendously in the past few months. We have you folks to thank for this. Things can get hectic.once in a while for the kitchen staff. These gals really earn their bucks. So, if you get bored with life, come by and help us out. We appreciate all th volunteer help we can get. Now that summer has arrived everyone is busy working in their yards. Take a break from your chores and join us for lunch. MENU: June 26 - Chicken and dumplings June 27 - Fish or second offer June 30 - Tacos July I - Pork chops July 2 - Chicken ala king IIIIII BEATTY SENIOR NEWS (702) 553-2956 by: Lorayne White The bingo jackpot Thursday, July 3, will be $160 in 62 numbers, if not won in the previous week. Wheeee! Reminder ... we will be closed Friday, July 4, to celebrate Independence Day. Have a great weekend and come back hungry on Monday! Fair warning...due to our expected move into our new senior center this month, menus are subject to change until we are relocated. We will be closed for one week in order to facilitate the moving of equipment and supplies, so be pre- pared for the unexpected and bear with us. We will love the new building and that will make this trying period worth it. MENU June 30 - Tact salad, fruit July 1 - Spaghetti July 2 - Roast pork with rice July 3 - Hamburger steak SENIOR LINE ....... (702) 727-5008 ' This column is for small business owners who would like to do the right thing for the disabled, aren't sure what their obligations are and for the disabled who may not he sure what their rights are. Although most seniors are not disabled, and disability, per se, is not a factor of old age, the reality is that older folks often have problems getting around temporarily or permanently, and may have to depend on wheelchairs. The question then becomes, if the wheelchair is supposed to allow someone a way to get out into the world, what good is it if the device can't be accommodated in many places? "ental " Od Futons Furniture Gifts A Beautiful... 1997 Oriental Calendar!! & a Letter Opener!l To get your free 1997 calendar & Odental Letter Opener, just make a purchase &| present this gift coup?n!! Hurry up!! 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