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22 Thursday, July 31, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Senior News i i i i AMARGOSA SENIOR NEWS (702) 372-5413 by Irene Osterhoudt We wish to thank everyone that brought in fresh veggies from their garden and donated them to us! It helps a great deal. We wish to thank all of you that have been purchasing pies on Thursdays for our fund raiser. Don't forget Ice Cream Sunday on August 10. Let's hear from you. Deadline is Aug. 8. We still need table sign ups for the swap meet and sweet shoppe. Contact Marie Reagle (702) 372-5655. These events are open to all communities. We wish to give Clairabell Dansby our prayers and hopes of i i iii ii WELI0000ILLING LLC Complete Site Improvements Packages Available W,@Ii Drilling Complete submersible Pump & Water lank System Installed Power Pedestal (200amp) Trenching for Power and rnstalling Water Lines from Well to Home .fptic Systems Includes: Pexc. Test Construction Permit Occupancy Permit Pads Mobile Home Garage Driveways i getting better soon and come home soon in good health. Van Crawford dropped in on July 22 to give her fair wells. It was nice to see her and her husband. The best of luck in your retirement. Edna Thomas and Geneva Neuhauser are both back from knee surgery and doing well. Hope to see you soon. It was nice to see Kathy Welch back. We hope to see more of her. MENU: August 5 - Reuben casserole August 6 - Pinto beans August 7- Summer special TONOPAH SENIOR NEWS (702) 482-6450 by Irene Cessna We hope this past week has been a pleasant one for all. Our summer is quickly passing and soon we will be looking at fall and winter weather so let's enjoy it while we can. We have good news for you this week. The Senior Thrift Shop is having a Bag Sale on Monday, Aug. 4 and Tuesday, Aug. 5. As in the past, it will be $5 for the first bag, and $3 for each additional hag. You can't afford to miss a deal like that. Stop by and have a look. The gals there are ready to serve you with a smile. The Project Council held their monthly meeting on Wednes- day, July 23. We welcome our two new community members, Bob Sorenson and Carl Paice. Election of officers were held. King of the hill as President will be Bernie Merlino, Bob Sorenson-vice president, Jo Payne, secretary, Carol Cox, trea- surer. The other members on the board are Charlotte Kelley, Ray Tennant, Inez Ciarlantini, Florence Robinson, Marge Prewett, and Kit Carson. Phyliss Sorhouet from Nye County Sheriffs Deptartment, and DARE program addressed the Seniors with valuable infor- mation regarding the workings of Con-artists, telephone scares and the increasing problem and danger of mixing prescribed medication with over-the-counter medication. Phyllis plans to return from time to time to stress the caution that the senior population must exercise for their own protection and peace of mind. Lot Cleared A big thank you to Charlotte Kelly for the fresh eggs, Phyllis " Sorhouet for thetomato sauce, Jerry Pratt for the greens and other food items and again to Carl Newberry for his generous donation. We are grateful for vnnr heln and support. 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 usl Member. Assodated 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, Mammoth and Big Pine 104.9 - Round Mountain 105.5 - Hawthorne Joining us this week for lunch were Lucile Scheutz, Marty Johnson, Phyllis Sorhouet, Jo Payne all from Tonopah, William Pezzuto from Goldfield, and Jim and Dorothy Bailes daughter and friend Janet Malone andJoanne Kellett from Greer, South Carolina. We always enjoy our guests and we would be pleased in having you folks join us. MENU: July 31 - Hungarian gou- lash August I - Scalloped tuna casserole August 4 - Submarine sand- wich (build your own) August 5 - Italian sausage pasta August 6 - Pot roast w/trimmings BEA00 SENIOR NE-W-S (702) 553.2956 by Lorayne White Our walk-in refrigerator and freezer units have been moved to the new senior center. Thanks to the high school for use of the ir freezer, and thanks also to Mike Lasorsa and the trustees from the jail who moved our food to the high school for storage until we are able to have our own units again in service at the new senior center. So, progress is being made, it just seems like the wheels turn slowly when we are so anxious to be in the new building. In the meantime, we are serving meals daily at the old senior center and will continue to do so until notification is given. We will give you all the notice we can. Until we do, please continue to come to the old senior center for daily meals. We don't want to lose any of our seniors in this a'ansition. And we hope to gain some more. So y'all come eat with us now, ya hear? MENU: August 4 - Sweet & sour pork over rice, cake August 5 - Hoagie sandwich, tater tots, apple crisp August 6 - Fish or macaroni and cheese, carrots, pudding August 7- Turkey ala king over biscuits, brownies August 8- Weiners with saurkraut, boiled potatoes, jello with fruit PAHRUMP SENIOR N Ews (702) 727-5008 by Marcia Sabala Hello from the Pahrump Senior Center Quote of the week: "No love, no friendship can cross the path of our destiny without leaving some mark on it forever." Calvada Sports Center is now offering senior center dis- counted bowling, every Wednesday evening. Thank you, Sharon, for working with us. Anyone interested, call the center at 727- 5800 or ask atthe office. Twenty people are now enjoying senior howling on Wednesday night. Thanks to Myrtle Beeler for the donation of a wheel' chair. Another big thanks goes to all the people that have donated fresh garden vegetables. Thrift shop is open M-F 10 a.m to 2 p.m. Come see all.the great bargains. Volunteers needed, call 727-5008. A wide variety of open- ings to choose from, including being a senior companion and van driver. Up coming events: August 4 - 1 p.m Poker August 5 - 10 a.m. diabetics support group, 10:30 a.m. video exercise, 11 a.m. walking excerise, 1 p.m. Poker August 6 - 1 p.m. pinochle and poker August 7 - Dance and sing to Harold's music, I p.m. poker August 8 - 10:30 exercise, 1 bridge and poker MENU: July 31 - Hot turkey sandwich August I - Tuna salad August 4 - Meat loaf August 5 - Cran-crange chicken August 6 - Roast beef with potatoes and gravey August 7- Polish sausages and saurkraut 00iamonO 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, Prickly Pear, Saguaro Golden Barrels, Organ pipe, Desert Willow Blue Pale Verde, Ocotillo, Mexican Fence Post and Extremely Nice Nevada Joshua Trees Fm actus Say you saw it in the Gazette, limit of one. 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. 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