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Briefly Noted Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, September 4, i 997 3 III 33rd Annual Pahrump Harvest Festival Parade want list There is still time to strut your stuffin the parade. You can pick up your entry packet at the Chamber of Commerce and fill it out, then leave it at the Chamber of Commerce or phone it in to Glenda Smith, Parade Chairperson, at 727- 7630. We hope you will en- joy being in our Pahrump parade. Early bird special - Need people to help set out the road barricades 5:30 a.m. Then after parade pick up the road barricades. Marshals along the parade route are also needed. On Friday we need help sorting barricades about 3 p.m. at the Chamber of Com- merce to get ready for Satur- day morning. Home School Workshop A free How to Home School workshop in Pahrump will be held the first Monday of each month at 1800 Irons St. Come join us. Grades K-12 will be cov- ered in the workshop, with the availability of high school credits or GED equivalence for the high school students. For more information call Diane at 727-8679 or Kim at 751-0227. Tomaro Fund Account A cancer fund account has been established on behalf of Samantha Tomaro, two-year old daughter of Pahrump resi- dent, Cheryl Bresch, and granddaughter of local busi- nessman, Bob Tomaro. All donations provided for Sammie Jo are being accepted at the Bank of America, ac- count number 140188188. DAV meets Disabled American Vet- erans Chapter 15 meet the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. in the Comstock Park Clubhouse. Veterans needing trans- portation to the meeting or the Las Vegas Clinic call Bobble Payne at 751-1339 Monday- Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. We need DAV van driv- ers, if you would like to vol-  unteer contact Bobble Payne. mm t __ I II I I Town Hall meets DEATH VALLEY Death Valley Chamber ot Commerce town hall ill meet on September 10 at 10 a.m. and September 11 at 1 p.m. at the Hurlbut-Rook Community Center, Tecopa Hot Springs, Calif. The Sept. 10 meeting will be on the Tecopa/Shoshone dumps with Fifth District Supervisor Micheal Dorane and Assistant County Admin- istrator Chuck Hamilton seeking community input on solutions for solid waste dis- posal. On Sept. 11, Dorane and representatives from the U.S. Department of Energy will discuss the proposed trans- portation of nuclear waste to Yucca Mountain via High- way 127. For more information call the Death Valley Chamber of Commerce at (760) 852- 4524, Back to school Back to school morning for Manse Elementary School will be Friday, Sep- tember 5. There will be open hours for parents to see their student's classrooms, desk, and the school from 7:30a.m.- 8:25a.m. Coffee and cookies for parents will be set up in the office entrance. Sousa on parade The Nevada Symphonic Wind Ensemble, conducted by Dr. Richard L. McGee, will once again enlighten all with its popular Sousa con- cert series on Sunday, Sep- tember 28 at 2 p.m. at Com- munity College of Southern Nevada. Selections will include the familiar marches of the great John Phillip Sousa, as well as great standard literature for concert band. "Sousa on Parade" will be performed at the Nicholas Horn Theatre on CCSN's Servicinlf and IocaZed in Pahrump Since 1974 I Cheyenne campus, Icv,:ated at 3200 E. Cheyenne Ave, one mile east ofl- 15 North. Tickets are $10 for adults, and $8 for tudents and seniors. For reser- vations call (702) 651-5483. TBS Superstation birthday bash at Geat Reno Balloon Race TBS Superstation turned 20 this year and is celebrating with a Big Birthday Bash at the 16th annual Great Reno Balloon Race September 5-7 in Reno. The TBS Big Birthday Bash, featuring the TBS Birthday Balloon, includes "party favor" giveaways, a local radio-remote booth and the Big Movie-Rama, a movie trivia game show complete with prizes. The TBS Bash is held at the TBS teht area and is free to the public. TBS Superstation, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.'s flagship network is seen in more than 71 million homes. The station features popular movies; high-profile original programming; sports, favor- ite comedies and children's programming. Early childhood screening BEATTY - Early Child- hood screening will be held September 23,1997 in Beatty. Call to make an appointment at Beattv Elementary School 553-2902. This screening is available for all children between the ages of three and five to see if they qualify for the early childhood program. This screening is free. Mini 4-H and Clover-bud program If you have a pre-school child age three to four, or a child between five and seven, the mini 4-H program is hold- ing bi-monthly meetings and I , PAHRUMP COMMUNITY LIBRARY ! 2101 E. Calvada Blvd.  727-5930 New Hours I I o Tues, Wed. & Thurs .... 9a.m. to 7p.m. , Friday ................ 9a.m. to 5p.m. o Saturday .............. lla.m, to 5p.m. Closed Sunday & Monday II II I . .............. Infmkm Therapy, Tube Feeangs,  C, Injections,  r, Blood rr'amft sons, Wound Care and Dressing . , Home Health Aides Ba Hair and Nail Care, Beclmaking, Meal Preparation. .  Services Housekeem  , Laundry, Shopping. (702) 727-5060 Centralized Referral Services: 1-800-244-7178 Each and every patient receives personal, not institutionalized, care with services to  every individual need with the highest quality care at an affordable, Fnce,. ; | I II Illl I I ill I III I II III II I II III has openings for interested children. Membership is free. Children participate in simple activities and learn leadership skills. The next meeting is Monday, September 8 from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Nevada Cooperative Extension Office. For more information, call Jane at 727-5532. Harvest Festival Exhibits changes There have been several changes in the Harvest Festi- val Fair this year. All entries for clothing and textiles, art and crafts, pho- tography, literature and all youth entries are accepted I I II IIII inside the community center Monday and Tuesday, Sep- tember 8 and 9, I0 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Wednesday Septem- ber 10, 10a.m.- noon. Entries will be judged Wednesday afternoon. Entries for foods and hor- III ticulture divisions are ac- cepted inside the community center Thursday and Friday, September 11 and 12, 10a.m. to 6 p.m. Entries will be judged Friday evening. If you have any questions call Mertice Foti at 727-1703. Delight's Hot Spa RV/Trailer Court Cottages Private Hot Mineral Baths i P.O. 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