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Briefly Noted Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, October 16, 1997 3 _) AARP club meets The AARP will hold a meeting on Friday, October 17 at 6 p.m. at the Pahrump Senior Center. This is a pot luck dinner. Bring your own place set- tings. The speaker will be Jean Holveck with the Hospital Board. For more information call Marnella at 727-7220. Band Booster meeting Rosemary Clarke Middle School Boosters will be giv- ing a $50 savings bond to a RCMS band student on a monthly basis who meets contest requirements. Draw- ing to be held at the Band Booster meeting on Wednes- day, November 5. Meetings are open to the public and held the first Wednesday of each month at 7p.m. For more information call Julie Keating, Treasurer RCMS Band Boosters at 751- 3018. Samantha fund raiser The New Dunes at Leslie and Belvista roads is hosting a potluck fund raiser for Samantha Tomaro on Satur- day, October 18 at 5 p.m. Donated items such as crafts, hats, shirts, etc;, will be raffeled to raise funds for the Tomato family medical expenses. A cancer fund account has been established on behalf of Samantha. All donations are being accepted at the Bank of America, account number 140188188. Kiwanis "Safe Night" The Kiwanis will be hold- ing a "Safe Night" at the Bob Ruud Community Center on Friday, October 31. For further information call Judy Vianna at 727-1038. Car wash and bake sale A car wash and bake sale will be held in Smith's park- ing lot on Saturday, October 18, begining at 9 a.m. Donations for both of these activities will benefit the Rosemary Clark Gifted Education program. Nevada Admission Day CARSON CITY - Over 750 entry forms have been mailed for Nevada's Admis- sion Day Parade in Carson City, Friday October 31, Ne- vada Day Committee Chair- man Ed Blanchard an- nounced. The celebration will mark the 133rd anniversary of the admission of Nevada into the Union and the 59th celebration to be held in Carson City. "We have chosen the theme of 'Nevada - Land of Music' for the 1997 Nevada Day celebration," he said, "and are backing it up by naming one of Nevada's most popular singing acts, The Gaylords, as our Grand Mar- shals." Honors have been many, but national travel agents once cited the Nevada Day Parade as "the best small town parade in the west," The pa- rade is the main attraction of the celebration which.spans the full weekend. Nevadans will decide if the Nevada Day Celebration should become a permanent three day weekend when they vote on this advisory ques- tion in 1998. The Nevada Day Office is open Monday through Fri- day at 1900 S. Carson Street, Carson City, in the Chamber of Commerce building next door to the Railroad Museum. For information call (702) 882-2600. Blood drive The VFW Ladies Auxil- iary 10054, will sponsor a blood drive with United Blood Services of Las Ve- gas, at the Bob Ruud Com- munity Center from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on October 25. A challenge between the Ambulance crews, fire de- partment and police has been issued. For more information con- tact Jane Dolan at 727-6499. Eastern Star new officers On Saturday, November 1 the Order of Eastern Star will install new officers for the 1997-1998 year. This will be an open in- stallation (guests invited), and will take place at Bob Ruud Community Center at 5 p.m. The following officers will be installed: Worthy Matron, Kathy Stofferan; Worthy Patron, George Stofferan; Associate Matron, Pauline Moore; Aassociate Patron, Willis Moore; Secre- tary, Betty Clark; Treasurer, Leta Baldwin; Conductress, Louise Tenberg; Associate Conductress, Shirley Neth; Chaplin, ThelmaJean Pixley; Marshal, Ed Jablonski; Or- ganist, Clara Rasmussen; Adah, Marian Schumacher; Ruth, Elisbeth Nichelson; Esther, Helen Westra; Martha, Jane Dolan; Electa, Roberta Jablonski; Warder, Rosemary Morrison; Senti- nel, Red Dolan. Friendship Oub activities Friday, October 17 - din- ner at 4 p.m. at Terrible's Town. Saturday, October 25 - Picnic, pot luck 1 p.m. at Petrack Park. Wednesday, October 29 - dinner 5 p.m. at Cotton Pickin. For further information call Gigi at 727-0723. Sadie Hawkins dance The Kiwanis Club of Pahr- ump Valley is sponsoring a Sadie Hawkins Dance for sev- enth and eighth grade stu- dents on Friday, October 17 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Bob Ruud Community Cen' ter, Pahrump. Admission is $3. For more information, contact Judy Vianna at 727-1038. Pahrump Town Hall Meeting Congressman Jim Gib- bons of the Second Congres- sional District of Nevada will hold a Town Hall Meeting in Pahrump on Thursday, Octo- ber 16 at the Pahrump Senior Center, 1370 West Basin from 7-6 p.m. Nevada Rural Summit in Mesquite It's not too late to register for the Nevada Rural Summit OCt. 15-16 in Mesquite. This year the conference for rural Nevadans will explore many issues including volunteerism, federal lands I II I II I I I Chainlink Fencing Materials Farm Fencing, Portable Dog Kennels I! Horse Corrals, Panel Gates ' 1- Stock Tanks to Flag Poles : 1' If we don't have it I1 ' i We'll do our best to get 1 l!'t.. ]. 'l Tlberti Fence Co. 560 Big Five Road iY-Y- ; 727-0500 FREE ESTIMATES [Accepted Daily Hours. Mon.- Fri. 7a.m.- 3:30p.m. processes and telecommuni- Jacque at (760) 852-4264 or School at any time. Look for cations. Barbara at (760) 873-6364. the sign on the fence on the Community leaders, Business Plan west side of the school and ranchers, teachers and agency just toss your cans over. staff can also expect to dis- class Thank you, Mrs Mills. cuss and learn about the in- Are you starting a busi- terrelated issues of rural ness in an industry that you health, economic develop- have work experience? Put it Kuntaw open ment, education, housing, all together in our Business house infrastructure and leadership. Plan class. Classes begin the The Kuntaw Martial Arts The conference is orga- week of October 27. nized by the Nevada Coop- Fees are based on a slid- School will be having an open house on October 18 from erative Extension, Clark ingscale. County, USDA-RuralDevel- Call Nevada Self-Em- noon to 3 p.m. Meet Master opment, University of Ne- ployment Trust at (702) 734- StevenDowd, learnaboutthe ancient art of Kuntaw, The vada Center for Economic 3555 for more information. FilipinoartofHandandFoot Development, UNR, Natural Manse Fighting the benefitsofphysi- Resource Conservation Ser- kindergartners cal fitness, self-confidence, vice, University of Nevada coordination of the mind and School of Medicine, Office need your help body and self-defense at 281 of Rural Health, Nevada Ru- Kindergartners in Mrs. E. Bronco St. Pahrump (702) rat School District Alliance, Mills'classarecollectingalu- 751-0175. NevadaAssociationofCoun- minum cans to learn about ties, Nevada Business Ser- recycling and to earn money vices and the Nevada Com- for educational materials for Walk and Talk at mission on EconomicDevel- their classroom and school. Pahrump opment. In addition to recycling the Join Geologist John Peek For more information or cans, Mansestudentsarepull- for an adventure in the great to register for the Nevada ing the tabs off the cans to outdoors. Laarn what roles Rural Summit, call Buddy donate to a girl who is in need water, wind, and sun have Borden in Los Vegas at (702) of kidney dialysis. She re- 222-3130. Registration is $50 ceives one free minute of di- played in creating this ster- before Oct. 10, $65, thereaf- alysis for each tab. ling example of the Silver State. ter. If you would like to do- Walk and Talk will be held natecans, theycan bedmpped November 1 at Pahrump Sci- Arts and Crafts off at Manse Elementary ence Center, 9 a.m. Bazaar TECOPA- The Tecopa Senior Program is having an Arts and Cra Bazaar and Flea Market on Saturday, February 8, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. It will be at the Hurlbutt Rook Community Center across from the hot baths in Tecopa 2nd Mlerowave Hot Springs, Sandwiches If space is desired in the Largest hall, we will provide a table In IMlmm.lmtmdrmat Wellsi.5ODrlnks for you but we cannot pro- Large Citim vide tables for outside. ruhera, Gu Dryers 8 l.SO There will be breakfast and IO Different lunch served. If you are inter- 2rid Street between ested in reserving a space or Fast and Center $ l.O0 more information, please call Itu,r t  ! Beers. 00tc)cked fiale! Rediners - Select from ' Berkline, Action Lane Or Best Chairs. Several styles, many fabrics and all with great pridng. 't5 Y0 OFF! In Stock Only Sectionals, Sofa s Love Seats All motion sets in stock. Now Save P-7-I00 13, I? ID I/'UV When you purchase any I "q I r I.d I I | l i D 1 5 piece dinette, including ,i,d .i,  table and 4 chairs from $299 New 00leM from $55 ca. pc. twin Sold in set The Gallery of Home Furnishin,s Hwy 160 Just South of Hwy 372 and Terrible's Town 1 1 Bedroom and Mattress Store - Pahrump StaUon 751-3600  J Living & Dining Room Store - Wheeler Springs Plaza 727-3600 Hours: Mon. - flat. 9:00 a.m. - 5 p.m. EZ Financing O.&C. Lay Away Gift Certificates ca. pc. twin Sold in as only