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Briefly Noted Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, September 11, 1997 3 iii Hunter safety course The Nevada Department of Wildlife is sponsoring a hunter safety course which is mandatory for all new hunters. It will be held from 6-9 p.m. beginning Septem- ber 18 at Pahrump Valley High School and on consecu- tive Thursday evenings un- til October 9. This course is also required for experienced hunters who wish to hunt in some other state, ie; elk hunt- ..... rs in Colorado. *--' Thecourse willcover ani- mal identification, firearms handling, ethics, survival and First Aid as well as informa- tion on bow hunting, muzzle loading and ammunition re- loading. The cost of this class is $5 per student. For more information re- garding scheduling and reg- istration call Dan Simmons, 727-6456. Lecture on Holistic Healthcare There will be a lecture on Holistic Healthcare on Fri- day, September 26 at 7 p.m. in the Community Center on Highway 160 and Basin Road, Pahrump. Jaime Narvaez, M.D. will discuss safe and effective ways to treat various condi- tions such as: cancer, heart disease, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, diabetes, lupus and arthritis. Using natural therapies such as: hyperbaric oxygen therapy, metabolic treat- ment, chelation therapy, co- lon therapy, rife machine live cell therapy, detoxification, prevention programs, laser treatment and interro (com- puterized diagnosis). For more information phone Dorotha Harder at (')02) 727-7249. For further information about the above diseases call Nadine Rogers at 1-800-862-5551. Experimental Aircraft Association meets The Experimental Air- craft Association, Chapter 1160, will hold an open house on Saturday, Septem- ber 13, at the conclusion of the Harvest Festival Parade. The event will be held at the north end of Calvada II I sl im i IL uq i i iii Meadows Airport located on Simkin Road, east of High- way 160. This retired pilot group will display home and factory built aircraft. For more information call Ralph Frazier at 727-3858. VFW offering program The Veterans of Foreign Wars and their auxiliaries are offering Voice of De- mocracy programs to stu- dents in the 10,I1, and 12 grades throughout the United States. Every young person in these grades is eligible. Ira young person is inter- ested, please contact your local Post or Auxiliary for more information. No to Abuse receives grant for shelter No To Abuse has just moved one giant step for- ward in the battle against domestic abuse. The com- munity-based, nonprofit or- ganization has become the recipient of a family vio- lence grant from the Depart- ment of Human Services. Two awards of $22,500 each, will be utilized to real- ize the dream of a battered women's shelter in Pahrump, and one in Tonopah. The money grants could become twice as valuable with your help, No To Abuse is seeking the donation of, or a reduced rate of rent, for the use of a three to five bedroom home for a shelter, both in Pahrump and Tonopah. In receiving these grants, No To Abuse of Pahrump, and her sister site in Tonopah, must each raise 20 percent of the grant in cash or materials, for a total of $4,500. One of our goals is to put a trailer on the property with the home for a battered men's shelter. Men also suffer from domestic abuse. There are no shelters in the state spe- cifically for battered men. And statewide, no domestic abuse shelter is able to take in a male that is over 12 years of age. This makes it very hard on a family seek- ing refuge from domestic violence. If a male youth is 12 or over, he is separated from the mother and sent to facilities such as Child Ha- ven until something can be I I II Chainlink Fendng Materials Farm Fencing, Portable Dog Kennels Horse Corrals, Panel Gates Stock Tanks to Flag Poles If we don't have it We'll do our best to get it!! 00:g00iberti Fence Co. 560 Big Five Road 727-0500 FREE ESTIMATES i set up for the entire family. Call Katherine Scott or Sandy Batongbacal at No to Abuse in Pahrump, 751 - 1118 or stop by 1471 E. Highway 372. In Tonopah, call Debbie Anderson at 482-3016. Or come into the office, located at #1 Frankee, Tonopah, NV 89049. Friendship Club meets The Friendship Club meets on the first Saturday of every month at 7 p.m. at the Pahrump Senior Center. All singles over 35 are in- vited to attend. For more information, call Gigi at 727-0723. Castle of Dreams The Edward McDanieis Post 22 American Legion and Auxiliary will be raf- fling off a Castle-of Dreams Doll House for their build- ing fund on December 18 at the VFW post on Home- stead starting at 7 p.m. The doll house measur- ing 54"x36"x28", made of beads, buttons and plastic was donated by Marge Roth it took her one year to com- plete. Itis being shown on Sep- tember 8-16 at Ace Hard- ware on Loop Road; Sep- tember 12-14 at the Pahr- ump Harvest Festival at the Pepsi Cola wagon; October 3-5 at the VFW craft show and November 8 at Our Lady of the Valley Catho- lic Church. Raffle tickets are on sale at the Harvest Festival booth at a cost of $1 each or six for $5. For more information contact Marge Roth at 727- 6707. Lions to serve special breakfast TONOPAH The Tonopah Lions Club is kicking off a return to the tradition of community breakfasts by honoring a special surprise guest. The meal will consist of hotcakes, eggs, sausage and juice. During the meal, a long time resident will be honored for many years of service to the area. The community is in- vited to sit down to good food and good company on Saturday, September 20 from 8-10 a.m. (or when the food runs out) at the Illll ]Accepted Daily Hours: Mon. - Fri. 7a.m. - 3:30p.m. II II III IIIIII II I I II IIIIII Lions Clubhouse on Mizpah Circle across from Jim Butler Park. Flaggers needed Volunteers are needed to work as flaggers and at checkpoints for the "Best in the Desert" second an- nual Las Vegas to Reno off road race. The race will be run on September 19. To volunteer call Stormy Weathers at 727-0757. Music scholarship concert at CCSN The Community College of Southern Nevada Vocal and Instrumental programs will hold a music scholar- ship concert on Tuesday, October 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the Nicholas Horn Theatre on CCSN's Cheyenne cam- pus. The CCSN Concert Choir and Concert Band will join together for a musical extravaganza to benefit the music scholar- ship fund. All seats are $5. CCSN is located at 3200 E. Chey- enne Ave, one mile east of 1-15 North. For reserva- tions please call (702) 65 I- LIVE(5483). "The Arrangers' Holiday II" at CCSN Community College of Southern Nevada will present "The Arrangers' Holiday II" on Saturday, October 18 at 7:30 p.m. in the Nicholas Horn Theatre on CCSN's Cheyenne cam- pus. Featured will be inter- nationally known jazz corn- i i posers/arrangers Johnny Pak of Las Vegas, and Tom Kubis and Don Menza from Los Angeles, performing their best works with the 18-piece Las Vegas Dream Band. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students and se- niors. CCSN is located at 3200 E. Cheyenne Ave, one mile east of I- 15 North. For reservations please call (702) 651-5483. gai|||a|| I| e|||||in I|| |! i BACKYARD GREENHOUSES i i Come see us at the festival i IFG. Representative will be Available i Fri &Sat 1 6 SunI 3 " . ., to , to Iw It I Ill II ! Festaval Special ." i Las Vegas NV (702) 434-4045 i ) u . 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