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2gdaty,,July ,3 tt99 iPahvtmtp aHey Gmxett,, Senior News AMARGOSA SENIOR NEWS (702) 372.5413 by Irene Osterlumdt You can sure tell its summer in Amargosa Valley, the donations are really coming in. Thanks to the following for their donatioas: John and Avoia Young for the veggies; Gayla Leake for the wonderful plums, home grown and William and Sue Smith for the cabbage. Our prayers and sympathy to Kathy Welch. Good luck to Muriel Spears on her class reunion. We had an excellent council meeting Tuesday evening, there were seven of the board members present. Paula was unable to join us due to a heavy work load. We need a program director for senior function, I hear that this is one of the reasons no one is coming to eat. There has been interest in running the van to breakfast at Longstreet, while its $2.95 special is running. Leave your name at the desk if you are interested in this, and we will get it set up. Let's see all the action. i I I IlL I ) U  J_,, ! " e2Veptune. _Societ i Call 24 I,s 727-1 P.Q BI:eM0o@'t8  rand Lmm ndmIp.Nmdm m  • O O • O-4P q ql O  O O O "00 O4P Q qJJ'O I • • O@ O ° Nmme:. : q oAdch.es: . , • • Oty: m: Zip: = • • Phom: "  . • O" • G r"lB,.,,ial (,.__ • • • oo e • oo oooe eeeoo,'e e eee.e.e • o o IN Each month on Birthday Night, we will be having a drawing for your choice of dessert ala Mike. Tickets are 50 cents. Ice cream sundae will be Aug. 10, we have a sign in sheet at the desk. We need help and baked goods, please sign up! MENU: July 8 - Macaroni and cheese July 9 - Chicken fry July 10-Summer special ToNoP00 ;EMOR NF00ws (702) 482-6450 by Irene Cessna It's time again to bring you up-to-date on the happenings at the Senior Center. We had a special treat Thursday celebrating June birthday's. As usual,our precious cook, Minnie, did an outstanding job baking and decorating the cake. Those in the spotlight were Haskell Karl, Bob Lawless, Kit Carson, Minnie Perehetti, Inez Cartantini and Maggie Trueba. We even celebrated for those we don't see too often, Mary Fields, Harold McMaines, Charles Paul, Dan Skanovsky, Dorothy Smith and Alice Zinn. We wish all of you a happy birthday and hope your day was extra special. Have you visited the Senior Thrift Shop lately? If not, do so soon. It has a great selection of items, "fixnn soup to nuts" as the saying goes. Just kiddingl But seriously, you could easily find just the thing you've been looking for. We thank you folks who donat so generously and those of you who rngularty shop at the facility. Timre is one thing that is needed, clodmsracks for displaying more garmeaits, ff anyone has an extra one laying around in your stornge shed, give Pat a call at 482-3976 It would be greatly appreciated. We will be closed on Friday, July 4, to enable our staff to join in the Independence Day festivities and pay tribute to our nation for making otur country a wontka'fid place to live. We had a great week, a great group, great food and a groat time this week. Our biggest joy is visiting with our friends, sharing our good time and bad times and most of all living a healthy and happy life together. We may be getting older but always remember, "even a turtle makes progress when it sticks it's neck out." 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: Assodated Press Great Basin Radio Network • 92.7 - T0nopah • 93.5 - Beatty • 94.3 - Lida and Scotty's Junction ,94.3 - Gold Point • 95.9 - Pahrump • 103.9 - Bishop, Mammoth and Big Pine • 104.9 - Round Mountain • 105.5 - Hawthorne Our thank you to Jerry Pratt for the garden fresh beet greens and spinach, Charlotte Kelley for the eggs and Zelinda Lang for the fresh mint. We appreciate your support. Joining us this week for lunch was JohannaHamilton, John Wellborn and his rnom, Lena Sharp, Lois Holloway, Eunice O'Bryant and James Epperly. We look forward to seeing them more often. MENU: July 3 - Barbeque burgers July 4 - dosed - Indepen- dence Day July 7- Lasagna July 8 - Tuna casserole July 9 - Lamb BEA00 SENIOR NEV!:00 (702) 553-2956 by Lorayne White Bingo Jackpot for Thursday night, July 10, will be $160 in 62 numbers, if not won in previous week's game. Great pot! Construction is progressing well at the new senior center. We still do not have a definite moving date, but want to announce that during our shutdown for moving, frozen meals will be offered to seniors during the interim for moving later this month. As soon as a definite occupation date is available it will be announced. Meanwhile back at the "ranch," we enjoyed a great turnout for our final birthday party at the present senior center. Those celebrating birthdays in June are: Tom Gee, Eva Revert, Mary Seago, Mary Davis, Ralph Lisle, 'Teddy" Kreuter, BiolaF3ores, John I-ra, sch, Lillian Towster, Tun Davis and Pete Elmer. A real bumpa: crop of birthdays! Congratulations to all and man happy returns of the day! t Tentatively scheduled trips to Shoshone and Palmnnp are being offered the first Saturday of each month. Buss will leave the Center at 9 a.m. for fun and shopping, lunch too! Sign up at the reception desk. Suggested donation is $5 for seniors, and $10 for others. Those who participate have a good time! MENU: July 7-  pot pie, peact July8 - Ham and sweet potatoes, winter nfix, jelio July g- Oven fried elken, cmml pota,  July o. sandwich, tater tots, apple crisp luty H-Turkey aiaking overrice, browmes I S0000,00IOR , (zo21 72"z.5 , Hello from the l'alnmp Ser Cent. Quote oftbe Week: 'Whe way I seeit, ffyou want therainbow you gotta put up with the rainY .... Ttu shop (Panky Doodle) is open weekdays from 10am. - 2 p.m. New bargains every day, let Ann show you our wonderful selecaon of clothing and hard goods. Cancer support group nmem tbe second and fourth Tlmtsday of the month I0 a.m., run by Louise Fclton, R.N., call the center for more information at 727-5008. Alsheimer and stroke support group meet from 1-2:30 p.m. the third Wednesday of the month. Call the center if you have any questions. Free caregiving is offered. Volunteers needed: A wide variety of openings to "choose from, including being a senior companion. Call 727-5008. Upcoming events: July 3 - 9:30-11:30 a.m. Senior Dimensions; music by Harold, 1 p.m. poker, July birthday celebration July 4 - Closed. Have a great fourth. July 7-1 p.m. Poker July 8 -8 a.m. TOPS, 10 a.m. Diabetics support group; 11:30 a.m. blood pressure; 10:30 a.m. low impact excercise; 1 p.m. poker;, 7 p.m. Reek Club July 9 - 1 p.m. Pinochle and poker MENU: July 3 - Chef salad, birthday cake and ice cream for July July 4 - Closed, 4th of July July 7- Spaghetti with meat sauce July 8 - Sweet and sour pork " Odental " Futons • Furniture • Gifts A Beautiful... ! 997 Oriental Calendar!! & a Letter Opener!! Ill get your flee. 1997 calendar & Odental / etter Opener., lust make a purchase. &! resent thns gift couponl! Hurry up!l hrst i me first served, no rain checks, please!! i e|! MANDARIN 2167 N. Decatur IMPORTS 702-646-1818 P C I- b( yc gc