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Jr Briefly Noted Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, AUgust 21, 1997 3 Mining claim maintenance fees due The Bureau of Land Man- agement (BLM) reminds miners that September 2, 1997, is the deadline for the annual filing requirement on each mining claim, mill site or tunnel site they wish to hold on public lands in the 1997 assessment year. All mining claimants, except those qualifying for a small miner waiver, must pay a .4100 maintenance fee. "It is important that min- ers file the appropriate forms by the deadline, so they will not risk losing their claims," said BLM State Director Ed Hastey. "Our employees are avail able to answer any ques- tions miners may have con- cerning their mining claims." Each payment should be accompanied by a written list of claim and site names and BLM serial numbers for which the maintenance fee is being paid. All certificates and fees must be filed or paid at the BLM State Office, 2135 Butano Way, Sacramento, Calif. 95825. The office is open for payment or filings from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Cash, check or credit card (Visa or MasterCard) are ac- ceptable. Claims for which no maintenance fee has been paid or no qualified waiver has been filed will be de- clared abandoned and void. The annual filing require- ments are due each year on August 31. However, since this year August 31 falls on a Sunday and Monday, Sep- tember 1 is a holiday, mining claim forms and fees will be accepted until September 2, 1997. For more in.formation on the claim fee or the small miner waiver, call the BLM's Public Information Office at New students are encour- aged to register as soon as possible due to limited elec- tive classes. Appointments are recommended, those without an appointment will be helped on a first come, first served basis. For an appointment or additional information come in or call: Pahrump Valley High School at 727-7737 Ext. 1700.8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Special Education Plan The 1997 Local Plan for Special Education under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is available for public review at the Nye County School Dis- trict Offices in Tonopah 122 Military Circle, Tonopah and 484 S. West Street, Pahrump. The plan will be available from August 14 through Au- gust 28. Questions, call Dr. Marshall Forstot 727-7743. Parkinson support group meets The National Parkinson Foundation will hold its first Pahrump support group meeting for Parkinson pa- tients and caregivers. The meeting will be held at the Bob Ruud Community Cen- ter, 150 N. Highway 160, on Saturday, August 23, at 4 p.m. For more information call Carol at 702-731-8329. Master Gardener A Master Gardener will be in the UNR Cooperative Extension Office from 12 to 4 p.m. every Wednesday to answer questions regarding gardening, planting, soil preparation and to discuss general gardening concerns with Pahrump Valley area residents. The Extension Of- fice is located at 1651 E. Calvada Blvd. (corner of Calvada and Dandelion) in Pahrump. The Master Gar- dener may be contacted by day in the Las Vegas Office at 702-222-3130. The UNR Cooperative Extension Office will be staffed by volunteer from 12 noon to 4 p.m. every after- noon, Monday through Fri- day. An answering machine will record calls made at other times and calls will be fol- lowed up by a volunteer or by the Master Gardener. For the first time ever, Master Gardener training will be held in Pahrump. For- merly, Pahrump residents had to travel to Las Vegas to re- ceive this training. The first class will be held Tuesday, September 9, from 6-8 p.m. at Pahrump Valley High School. Enrollment forms may be picked up at the Ex- tension Office any afternoon, History 102 , Community College of Southern Nevada's Extension Courses will offer History 102 (Reconstruction to the Present) for the first time in several years in Pahrump this fall. The class will meet Thursdays 6-9 p.m. at the Pahrump Valley High School and be taught by Paul J. Schmitt. Mr. Schmitt, who holds a Bachelor of Science in Geog- raphy from Arizona State University and a Masters of Arts in American History from University of Nevada, Las Vegas, has been teaching at CCSN since 1993. During that time he has taught His- tory 101 and History 102, as well as World Geography. Asked about his training in the two subjects Mr. Schmitt replied, "I believe the two fields complement each other. History is often affected by geography, and geography is unquestionably often affected by history." Asked about his teaching philosophy, Mr. Schmitt re- plied, "I think most college students try to avoid history (916) 978-4400. phone on Wednesday after- because they remember high noon at 727-5532 or from 8 , Filing instructions and ,  SChool history and having to a.m. to ,t p.m. every tnurs- copiesofthe maintenance fee, - - ------- m------,1 w00vrc00i00cation an00as m sessment work forms are also available via the internet at: http#www.ca.blm.gov. PAHRUMP - Appoint- 553-2626 ments with a counselor for / new students to P.V.H.S. are _ now being taken to provide )=lass the 1997- 98 school year. Tiberti Fence Co. 560 Big Five Rd. Field Fence, Horse Fence Chainlink & Wood Dog Kennels & Horse Corrals Retail Sales or Call Us For a FREE Estimate Accepted remember useless dates. I don't believe in dates, except as a reference. I try to show my classes the significance history has to their present world. For example, I can show how the events in Bosnia today are a conse- quence of George Washington's actions in Western Pennsylvania in 1758 that started the French and Indian War. History doesn't happen in a vacuum. I want my students to under- stand why something hap- pened and its effect, not when it happened." Parks and Recreation open meeting There will be a Parks and Recreation Advisory Board meeting on August 27, 7 p.m., Bob Ruud Community Cen- ter. This meeting is to discuss sports and activities for the youths and seniors in the val- ley. Community members are invited to attend and contrib- ute to the planning of these activities. For more information, call Sally at 727-7213. Fraternal Order of Eagles meet Pahrump Valley FOE # 4373 will meet August 25 at 7:30 p.m. at the Bob Ruud Community Center. Final action will be taken on by law changes. Interested members please attend. For more information, call Irene at 727-1257. Barbeque in the park Pahrump Chamber of Commerce will have its monthly meeting on August 27 at Petrack park. There will also be a barbeque at 7 p.m. at a charge of $6 per person For more information call the chamber at 727-5800. $38,900 1980 3/2 1248 SF, VERY CLEAN, COMSTOCK PARK $$1,$00 3/2 w/DEN 1997 ALL APPLIANCES, CARPORT 241 BONNIE CLAIR CT. $$2,$00 3/2 FIREPLACE, CATHEDRAL CEILINGS, FENCED, TREES $$$,$00 910 FT CARSON, COUNTRY VIEW, 2/2 DW ALL APPLIANCES, DECK, FIREPLACE, DESERT LANDSCAPK MUST SF- $112,000 2/2 1248 SF SKYLINE, 2 CAR GARAGE, FENCED, .SAC. $92,000. 2/2 W/DEN 1996 ON RITE. LG. KITCHEN, SOLAR SCREENS. 1 LOT FR. GREEN BELT $92,$00 2/2 1232 SQ.F'r. FLEETWOOD, FENCED, GARAGE, .5 (1/2) AC IN DESERT MIRAGE EST. $93,$00 4/2 1680 SF FLEETWOOD, PATIO, FENCED. 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