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20 Thursday, September 25, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Senior News € I TONOPAH SENIOR NEWS (702) 482-6450 by Irene Cessna Today finds us under cloudy skies, a hint of rain in the air with fairly warm temperatures. Will it last? No, let's face it, the fall season is upon us. As we winterize our homes and cars for the cold weather, we must not forget to do the same with our bodies. Dress warm, always have a sweater with you, take your vitamins, and follow a healthy diet to help build up an immunity to the pesky flu bug, sore throats and the common cold. We spent this past week under normal conditions. Nothing exciting to report. Every once in a while we enjoy a routine day. It gives us a chance to catch our breath. But it hasn't affected our meal participation, which makes us happy. Our daily meal count remains between 50 and 60 people each day plus our homebound clients. Our thank you and appreciation to you folks who dine with us each day. Your support is what makes this center successful. Our guests this week were Labelle and James Ander- Call Mrs, Clean Commercial • Seal Grout • Clean ap & cleaning Residential • Carpet Cleaning • Windows end nloroo.oo • Senior Discount m. _qw .... mn w i i APPOINTMENTS WEEKLY Jan McDonald, M.D. Dermatology Clinic of Nevada, Ltd. Harvard Medical School & Mayo Clinic Trained at Pahrump Medical Center 1501 E. Calvada Call: 727-6060 son from Reno, Irene Jeffrey, Shirley Wardle, Rose Skanovsky, Zelinda Lang, John Wellborn, Myrtle McKinney, Paula Douglass, G. Mclntosh, Judge Davis, Ken and Connie Gates. We were pleased to have them with us. More fresh garden vegetables from Sue and Joe Fallini, Rick and Donna Motis and Bob and Shirley Wardle, beautiful peaches from Pat Sotak and fresh eggs from Charlotte Kelley. You folks are the greatest. Thanks a bunch. We sure enjoy them. MENU: September 25 - Pork chops September 26 - Baked fish or second offer September 29 - Spinach lasagna September 30 - Scalloped tuna October 1 - Grilled liver w/onion P00-ffUMP S ENIOR N EWS (702) 727-5008 by Marcia Sabala I want to thank Jeanne Sundae for all the volunteer time she has given the center office over the last four months, very unselfishly. We had a vacant spot in the office and Jeanne jumped right in to help. Thank you also to Jean Haffey who filled in while I was out for surgery. Quote of the week: "Things could be worse. Sup- pose your errors were counted and published every day, like those of a baseball player." A large thank you goes to Ray and Jean at Village Dunes again for their donation of crackers and cook- ies, the seniors are really enjoying them. Barbara and Linda Edgeworth, have donated sev- eral hand made lap rugs, afghans, and sweaters. These will be used at Christmas for our homebound. This is what's called the Pahrump spirit, by helping those who aren't as fortunate as some of us are. MENU: September 25 - Sloppy joe September 26 - Hot tur- key sandwich September 29 - Maca- roni and cheese with franks September 30 - Veal birds with gravy October I - Beef tomato casserole October 2 -Beef tips over noodles Summit Family Health Care 1151 S. Hwy 160 Pahrump Station Call: 727-5509' For Insurance/Billing Questions Call 1-800- 752-4338 • Diseases of Hair • Psoriasis • Skin- Cancer • cosmetic Laser • Acne Surgery • Spider Veins • Chemical Peels • Wrinkles • Hair Restoration BEA00 SENIOR NE-'00-7 (702) 553-2956 by Lorayne White Fall is in the air and we're getting more people in for lunch these days, which makes us really happy. We welcome newcomers passing throught the area on vacation, and encourage them to come back whenever possible. We get new card players with some of them, too. With the absence of our bingo nights until we get moved to the new building, we are having bingo withdrawal pains. Be glad when we can resume play- ing. We'll keep you posted on when play will resume. MENU ,l September 29- Hoagie sandwich September 30 - Barbeque ribs October I - Spaghetti October 2 BLT Veggie soup October 3 - Build your own chef salad • Skin Surgery . Nail Disorders • Moles • Eczema AMARGOSA SENIOR NEWS (702) 372-5413 by Irene Osterhoudt We want to thank the Commissioners for approving the much needed kitchen repairs at the senior center. When this occurs, we will be closed for approximately three weeks. These repairs involve tearing up the floor in the kitchen area under the sinks, which are concrete, to install grease traps to bring us up to current code. They will also be installing proper drains and water lines for the installation of a water line for a refriger- ated salad bar. Things are looking up. A special thank you to Morgan Lynn for the coffee donation. Remember the Veterans Day celebration November 8 and 9 at the Community Building. Fun for each and everyone. Baby pageant, breakfast by "Linda," pa- - rade, the tappers, dunk tank, volleyball, horseshoes, trike race, bingo, flea market, fire department water fight and raffle. Please remember to attend the closing ceremony to be held at the VFW Post home on Novem- ber 11 at 11 a.m. This is a combined effort of VFW, Chamber of Commerce, Water Committee and the Amargosa School. Donation of musical instruments are needed to en- able our school to start offering band classes. Please drop off your donations at the senior center. Dessert to be served by Amargosa Senior Center, banana splits and ice cream cones. 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