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Briefly Noted Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, October 30, 1997 3 I Speedway rescheduled The last Pahrump Valley Speedway race of the season that was supposed to take place on October 25 was re- scheduled for Sunday, No- vember 9, at 2p.m. The rea- son for the change was due to cold weather conditions fore- cast for the night of the race. For more information con- tact 727-7172. Special Moratorium Meeting A special meeting has been called for Thursday, Oc- tober 30, at the Pahrump Fire Station to discuss the Nye County Commissioners de- cision on upholding a mora- torium on parcel maps in the Pahrump Valley. The meet- ing is to gain support to over- turn the decision. For more information contact Lisa Mendel at 727- 4506, Ron Murphy at 727-6090 or Ed Hensley at 75 I- 2113. Amargosa calendar of events Just a quick reminder that there are just a few tables left for our swap meet on November 8-9. We are still looking for applications to be turned in for our baby pageant. Applications can be picked upat your local cham- ber of commerce office. For more information call 372- 5413 or 372-1350 We wish to welcome a new business in Amargosa Valley, Amargosa Valley Auto Repair at Stateline. There will be a Economic Development Esmeralda and Nye county (EDEN) work- shop November 19 and 20 at the Stage Coach in Beatty. Hope to see those interested there. Our Bingo is really doing well. The coverall is up to 61 numbers for $300. We also have a money ball that in- creases weekly and we look for it to pass up the coverall next week. We play every Wednesday night at the Amargosa Desert Senior Center at 7 p.m. Hope to see you there. We really have fun along with great door prizes. I Our next meeting will be on November 18 at the Amargosa Senior center at 7 p.m. We will also have elec- tions of two officers. Try to make it and let your voice be heard. Amargosa Valley days Amargosa Valley Days is right around the corner. We are still in need of baby pageant entries. Please con- tact your chamber of com- merce for entry forms. There are still a few tables left for the swap meet, contact Mike at 372-5413 or 372-1350. We are also in need of ama- teur acts for entertainment to fill in a couple of hours. There is going to be live brodcasting from the TV sta- tion as well as radio and you may be discovered. So be sure and come down and join the fun. Arcon offers special for flu shots With the influenza sea- son just around the corner, the Arcon Pahrump Center for Healthcare. 1501 E. calvada Blvd, Pahrump, is offering flu shots every Monday starting October 20 through November 10. Canna Krietler, executive director of the center said flu shots will be available from 8 a.m. to noon October 20, October 27, November 3 and November 10. No ap- pointment is necessary. The vaccine contains three dif- ferent flu virus strains that are likely to circulate in the upcoming winter. The flu season begins in late October and peaks in mid-January. Health au- thorities recommend shots be administered from Octo- ber to mid-November Meet Punkin' Meet Punkin', the Porce- lain Doll. She is 21" long and weighs five pounds. She is a limited edition casting, and valued at $400. She is completely poseable as her arms and legs are secured by buttons, and her clothing is machine washable. She was made by a lady in Pahurmp (Vyola Langston) who casts, tints, fires, paints and dresses her creations. Vyola has donated PUNKIN' to be raffled off at the end of our Craft Show and sale on November 8, between 6-7 p.m. in the Church Hall at the Our Lady of the Valley Catholic Church. The proceeds are to be used for church expan- sion. Tickets will be sold after each weekend mass begin- ning October 25 and at the Church Hall on November 8. The price is $1 each or $5 for 6. For more information contact Catherine Wainman at 727-6906. Painting the Church of Christ On November 1-2 the Kiwanis Club of Pahrump Valley will be giving the Church of Christ a new paint job. Saturday, November 1 will be devoted to cleaning and prepping, starting at 8 a.m. Painting will begin on Sunday, November 2, at 12 noon. The church is located at 911 S. Lola Lane, Pahr- ump. Come down and lend a hand, all volunteers are wel- come. Christmas Coalition meeting The Christmas Coalition meeting will be November 4 at the office of Independent Building Inspection Corpo- ration on 921. S. Highway, Suite 203, Wheeler Springs Plaza. This meeting is so impor- tant to all organizations and churches who serve the com- munity for the needy. We are striving to eliminate dupli- cation of names not, what you are going to give the needy. Any questions please call the Family Resource Center at 727-3885. Craft show and bake sale The Daughters of Mary of Our Lady of the Valley Catholic Church present s a craft show and bake sale November 8 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the church hall at r- _ I IIh I|' 1 I|'l 1.1 ur,, I III I II | I H I 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!! 0000iberti Fence Co. 560 Big Five Road I' 727-0500 ILL. FREE ESTIMATES  Accepted Daily Hours: Mon. - Fri. 7a.m. - 3:30p.m. I I Pahrump Valley Blvd. and Gamebird. The crafters are preparing their wares and the ladies are planning foods to tempt us. Also, they are raffling offa beau- tiful porcelain doll valued at $400. Call Catherine Wainman at 727-6906. Help for the holidays We at the Family Resource Center want to make sure that everyone has a happy holi- day this season. Thanksgiv- ing will be here before you know it and Christmas is right around the corner. We all know that times are hard this time of year. Everyone needs a little help now and then. Pahrump is a special town with people wanting to help. So if we can help, you just give us a call at 727 3885 Rockhounds to meet The Pahrump Valley Rockhounds will meet Tues- day, November4 at 7p.m. at the Pahmmp Senior Center. New- comers are welcome. For infor- mation, call Darlene Pederson, president, at 751-1219. The Party's on The huge ice cream social and dance planned for Pahrump's youth will go on! The line has begun to form as caring sponsors have come forth to help the kids of Pahr- ump. Ace Hardware, Kiwanis Club of Pahrump, C.R. Homes, Valley Rock and I IH I IIIIII I Sand, Smith's Food and Drug, Leonard Smith/Town Attor- ney and many wonderful car- ing individuals are offering their help. No To Abuse would like everyone to know how much we genuinely appreciate your efforts of commitment to Pahrump's youth. The cans will be used at fund-raisers and periodically to collect aluminum for on- going projects. We are actively seeking youth-orientated bands for a I I I I III musical battle of entertain- ment. If you're interested, contact us at 751-1118. The Ice Cream Social will be held at No To Abuse, 1471 E. Highway 372, next to the Humane Society. All of our youth and their extended families are invited. If you want to come, you must bring a youth. The social in on Saturday, November 22, from 3 -5 p.m. There may be a battle of the bands from 5 p.m. to? It's free. m TACO EELI.00 On-Site Interviews Friday, Oct. 31 from 10 am- 3 pm at new location on SR 160 Managers will be on site to conduct immediate interviews to all walk-in applicants. Take advantage of this great opportunity. All shifts available for 24- hour store. 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