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BIO, September, 1997 I'lar'cost Festival Soctlon Exhibits, labors of love Continued from page BI Mertice Foti, fair Exhibit Chairman, says the change should make the process easier for entrants and judges. She says most of the judges are from Las Vegas and have previous judging experience in their area of expertise. Foti thinks this will be a stellar year for exhibits as she has had numerous calls from new residents who want to participate. In 1996 over 4,000 people viewed the exhibits, Foil looks forward to many more this year. For exhibit information, she can be contacted at 727-1703. Fair exhibits are a custom carried down from generation to generation. They provide a forum for people to share their talents with the community and to be recognized for growing the giant pumpkin, baking the tastiest peach pie, creating the most innovative computer art or sewing the loveliest evening gown. Treat yourself to the "Fair" in the Harvest Festival by including a tour of the exhibit hall. Discover how many talented neighbors you have in Pahrump. 727-1665 [Next to Dominos) "Your Local Full-Time Office" c 50 Years of Experience c o Free Hearing Evaluation o u Cleaning and electronic u P check of your hearing aid p O O Batteries - Buy one pack N N get ONE Pack Free Limit 2 Expires Sept. 30, 1997 See OUR booth in the Harvest Festival{ Register to Win a Free Hearing Aid We suggest you call Consumer Affair r 00i'ho does all the work? Have you ever wondered how the Harvest Festival & Fair comes together? Who orders the 6,000 pounds of beef for the deep pit barbecue? Who hires and organizes the bands, contests and entertainment? Who arranges for all the publicity? Who runs the Miss Pahrump Pageant? Who brings the carnival to the Festival? Who assembles the vendor booths, installs the electrical hook-u parking? Who organizes the Fair Exhibit? Who makes Harvest Festival PRCA i group of Pahrum Committee chal Renee Bell..iun ACTION COWBOY SHOOTING We will be organizing a Cowboy Action Shooting Club in the Pahrump area. For more information contact the telephone number listed below. LAST WEEKEND OF EACH MONTH PA.qRUMP COIVNY $tlOOTEP$ PISTOL 8 RIFLE RANGE Safety meeting at 9:00 AM. Matches start at 10:00 AM. Open to all interested parties. Competitors must use firearms of the Old West (1860-1899) and dress in costume of the teriod. This is what the Bianchi Cup would have looked like one hundred ten years ago Additional information available at P.O. Box 8329, Pahrump, Nv. 89041 702-727-0360 AS TdON OUT/ YER NEVER TO OLD TO PLAY COWBOY Pinewood Derby model car races On Sunday, September 14 of Festival weekend at 2 p.m., the Pinewood Derby Contest will take place and all children are invited to enter. The event is sponsored by Pahrump Family Phar- macy and Shear Talent Salon. Race cars are made from a 5 ounce block of pine wood, fashioned into a race car. The race is run on a track that will be set up near the big tent and stage in the park. For information on the purchase of a Derby Car Kit, call Pahrump Family Pharmacy at 727-5775 or Shear Talent Salon at 727- 4496. Both businesses are located on Loop Road next to Floyd's Ace Home Center.