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Briefly Noted Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, September 18, 1997 3 i "Drinking in America" presented at CCSN Community College of Southern Nevada, Depart- ment of Fine Arts, presents "Drinking in America" on October 10 and 11 at 8 p.m. and October 12 at 2 p.m. in the Black Box Theatre on CCSN's Cheyenne campus. This special presentation of the Acting I and II classes directed by Robert D. ounkerly. "Drinking in America," written by Eric Bogosian, is a series of monologues that gives the audience a gallery of crazy drunks who all share a tremendous need to be "special." There reli- ance on drink and drugs fools them into thinking they "really are someone special." CCSN is located at 3200 E. Cheyenne Ave., one mile east of 1-15 North in Las Vegas. Tickets are $5 for general admission. For res- ervations please call (702) 651-LIVE(5483) The Better Breathers Club The Better Breathers Club will meet September 26, at 10 a.m. in Room A at the Pahrump Community Center. Topic: Smoking Cessa- tion. Guest speaker will be Lori Clarke fropa Glaxo Wellcome Inc. For more information call Roger at 751-1334. VFW Auxiliary craft show The VFW Ladies Auxil- iary 10054 will host a craft show. Local crafters will have items for sale. The show will be held at the Post Home at 4651 Homestead on Friday, October 3 from noon to 5 p.m., October 4, 8 a.m to 5 p.m. and Sunday, October 5, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Breakfast and lunch will be sold and an Instant Auc- tion, Raffle and homemade baked goodies will be avail- able For more information call Jane Dolan, chairman  727-6499 or 727-6072. Rockhounds to meet The Pahrump Valley Rockhounds will meet Tuesday, October 7, at the Pahrump Senior Center at 7 p.m. Newcomers are wel- come. For more information call Darlene Pederson, president, 751-1219. Chamber dinner The Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce din- ner is Wednesday, Septem- ber 24, at 7 p.m. at the Com- munity Center. Lasagna will be served, $6 per person. Reservations must be re- ceived by Friday, September 19. For more information call the chamber at 727-5800. Used book sale Donations are being ac- cepted for Friends of the Li- brary used book sale October 10-11. Items (books, records, tapes, puzzles) may be left at the Pahrump Community Library or call 727-8770 for pick-up. For more information call Betty at 727-1918. Women's support group No To Abuse will be start- ing up a new women's sup- port group, which will run from 1-2 p.m. on Tuesdays. If you need the healing ben- ts of, g support group, we encourage you to call 751- 1118. We at No To Abuse care about you, and will strive to serve your emotional needs. Classes held at Youth Center No To Abuse Youth Cen- ter is hosting a babysitting class for Pahrump youth on September 20. The course will be taught by the Pahr- ump EMTs. If you are inter- ested, call to register for the class or come by and sign up. There may be a material fee of $2. If you truly cannot afford this, there are some scholarships available. Con- tact usat 751-1118. Follow- ing the babysitting course will be a CPR class on September 27 and a First Aid class on October 4. Limited space is available. Home School Workshop A free Home School Workshop will be held Mon- day, October 6 at 7 p.m. at 1800 Irons Street. Come join US. Information on regula- tions, support groups, field trips, and cirriculum. For more information call Diane at 727-8679 or Kim at 751-0227. State commodities available Food commodities will be available to those eligible on Septembr 20 at the Trinity Assembly of God Church, 750 South Big 5 Road at 9 a.m. to noon. For more information call Vicki at 727-4514. New Pastor Pastor Larry Krake will conduct his first formal ser- vice at the Trinity Assembly of God Church on Sunday, Septemebr 21. Please join us in welcom- ing Pastor Krake. Tomaro Fund Account A cancer fund account has been established on behalf of Samantha Tomato, two-year old daughter of Pahrump resi- dent, Cheryl Bresch, and granddaughter of local busi- nessman, Bob Tomaro. All donations provided for Sammie Jo axe being accepted at the Bank of America, ac, count number 140188188. 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 Cheyenne campus, located at 3200 E. Cheyenne Ave, one mile east of I- 15 North. Tick- ets are $10 for adults, and $8 for students and seniors. For reservations call (702) 651- 5483. I l I II' i aw-m Chainlink Fencing 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!! xg00iberti Fence Co. 560 Big Five Road 727-0500 FREE ESTIMATES It []Accepted Daily Hours: Mon. - Fri. 7a.m. - 3:30p.m. Early childhood screening BEATTY - Early Child- hood screening will be held September 23,1997 in Beatty. Call to make an appointment at Beatty 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. Millpond Music Festival INYO COUNTY - The Millpond Traditional Music Festival will be held Septem- ber 19-21, near Bishop, Calif. One of the highlights of the weekend will be the Fri- day night September 19, per- formanee and workshop by Grammy winner dobro ex- pert Jerry Douglas and guitar and mandolin player Peter Rowan. Tickets for Friday night only will be $20 at the main gate of the Millpond Festival only, they will not be sold in advance. There will be no Saturday night, September 20 only tickets this year when Queen Ida and her Bon Temps Zyedco Band appear, but an all-day Saturday ticket may be purchased for $35; Sun- day, September 21, only tick- ets, which will feature the Gospel Hummingbirds with an incredible gospel morn- ing, and regularly sell for $30 will be offered to the Inyo- Mono community at a dis- count of $25. The Inyo Council for the Arts will admit any Inyo- Mono student under 18 years of age free, and low income seniors may apply for a spe- cial scholarship through IMAAA and the senior cen- ters. If you would really like a ticket but can't afford one, the Festival encourages vol- unteers to work and eight hour shift in exchange for tickets. For more highlights or to order tickets by phone call (760) 873-8014 or 800-874- 0669. Office hours are 10a.m. to4 p.m. Adopt a grandparent PAHRUMP - Do your grandchildren live out of town? Would you enjoy monthly parties? You can participate in the Adopt a Grandparent program and become an active part of a child's life beginning with Grandparent's Month in Sep- tember. This program is free- no cost - just a little time. The monthly events will allow grandparents the op- portunity to tell stories, do crafts, read books, give ideas and inspiration to families in need of grandparents. Each monthly event will be well planned and filled with lots of excitement to add to the community family environ- ment. If you are interested in being a grandparent all it takes is attending a monthly party in which grandparents will be the main focus. The future relies on the senior citizens of today passing on their valu- able information, time and skill to the next generation. 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