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20 Thursday, November 6, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Senior News ! Ill "="--'-- November 12 - Beef tips w/gravy TONOPAH SENIOR NE--00 AMARGOSA SENIOR NEWS November 13 - Macaroni and cheese ...... (702) 482-6450 ,, (702) 372-5413 November 14 - Pizza Soup and salad bar are available at each meal. by Irene Cessna Another month has gone by and where did it go? Thanks- by Irene Osterhoudt .... giving and Christmas will be upon us before we get turned I understandEarlTh°mas is at home, and would appreciate some callS,he is doing well. Welcome home Earl. PAnmJmP Si-OR Ng-ws around. We celebrated October birthdays on Thursday, October Ciarey Filter is out of the hospital, but he is visiting his (702) 727.5008 30. As always, we had adelicious, beautifully-decorated cake family in Las Vegas for a time. by Marcia Sabala We will be closed for Veteran's Day, Tuesday, November Quote of the week "Reading is to the mind what exercise prepared by our great cook, Minnie. Those in the spotlight 11. were Eugene Blechert, Pauline Johnson, Lillie McMaines is to the body." We want to thank Pahrump Senior Center for the organ it Thank you goes to Gene Peirce for the donation of wal- and Wayne Wallace. Those unable to attend were Josephine is a beauty. Now just to get it working, we have someone in nuts, and already shelled. Harrington and Parker Wickham. Always remember, you not the valley that can play it and I am anxious. Thanks to Dave a year older, you are a year wiser. Happy Birthday wishes to Wonderful time was had by all at the dinner dance spon- all. We hope your day was super good. Steel and Frank Naser for picking it up. sored by the Project Council, held Novmeber 1. Thanks goes We enjoyed having Gerry Harge, Rosemary O'Brien and We are still working on getting the lounge area set up and to all how made this possible. could sure use some help as the shed has to be set up first. Jerry Hudson from Nye County School District, Glenn and MENU: Virginia Woods from Cold Springs on their way south for the We are working on setting things up for all to enjoy. November 6 - Barbecue chicken legs MENU: winter, Joyce Davis Cary of Goldfield and Norma Lind, of November 7 -Macaroni and cheese with hot dog November 11 - CLOSED Novemebr 10 - Baked ham Tonopah. November 12 - Pork loaf November 11 - CLOSED We will be closed on Tuesday, November 11 in obser- November 13 - Chicken fried steak vance of Veteran's Day. Enjoy the holiday. November 12 - Meat balls with gravy MENU: November 13 - Chili with beans November 6- Vegetarian spaghetti B" Si NEws ACTIVITIES: November 7-Liver and onions EATTY ',IHOR Thursday- Music by Harold, senior dimensions 9:30- November 10 - Baked chicken (702) 553-2956 11:30 a.m., poker 1 p.m. November 11 - CLOSED Friday - Bridge and poker 1 p.m. November 12 - Pork chops by Mar), Davis Monday - Poker 1 p.m. We have had an overflowing dining room lbr several days Tuesday - Veteran's Day closed with the 49ers swelling our ranks...they bring their music and Wednesday - Humana Gold 9:30-11:30 a.m., poker and ""' ' fun with them. and we have enjoyed having them with us to pinochle 1 p.m. /7l]eyDellt] 61"ollp conleShare in the breaking-in ofour new center. Welcome to all andback when you are in our area. Thursday - Music with Harold. Poker t p.m. Our cook, Bill Davis, has new aprons to go with the new ENIOR *'K ERVICE LTNE AL center. Virginia Goodson made and donated them (black, red ........ Hygienist is now l00ailable and blue aprons), and they are nice and long for a tall cook like (702) 727-5008 " ' Bill. Thanks Virginia, we appreciate your thoughtfulness in Reminder: Get that flu shot. Unless your doctor advises making them. Bill will look as spiffy as the new center does. against it in your case, the vaccine will be needed to help The Christmas Bazaar is scheduled for Saturday, Novem- avoid a flu epidemic this year that could be especially nasty bet 8 at the new senior center. A number of tables have been for children, seniors, and those with chronic conditions 1'20 E' State ltiihway 372 727 66151 reserved by crafters of homemade items and it is hoped that such as diabetes. Keep in mind that the flu can often'cause Pahrump1NY! 89011 # lots of people will do some early Christmas shopping. We serious, even fatal, complications, such as pneumonia. plan to. By the way, if you don't want to have your doctor give Grand opening and dedi- you the shot. you may be able to get the vaccine at a IQcal cation ceremony of the new health department office, or from other health care provid- center has been scheduled for ers. Saturday, December 13, at 1 Medicare Part B willpaytortheshot regardlessofwhere p.m. with a number ofdigni- you get it so long as the health care provider agrees not to taries taking part. Mark that charge more than Medicare pays. Be sure to check if you date on your calendar and will have to pay for the shot. Also be sure that your HMO ) plan to attend the festivities, allows you to have the shot elsewhere. The whole community is in- Slamming, which involves switching someone's long vited to attend. More detailed distance carrier without his or her permission, is a growing information will be given as problem, especially among seniors. You might get a call the time grows nearer to that asking you which service you would like. If you say, "It date. makes no difference," that reply could get you changed or MENU: "slammed." and you could wind up with a company that November 10 - Chicken charges much higher rates for calls and services. If you have ala king no intention of changing services, the best reply is, "I'm November I 1-Bakedham staying with the service I have now." Cactus - Cactus Largest Selection in Nevada Desert Plants ~ Succulents Any Rate I:qln $17.95 or higher. To Local Numbers. 12 Month Agreement. No Roaming Charges Between Pahrump & Las Vegas Lots of native Nevada plants including: Red Barrels, Cholla, Yucca, Mound Cactus, Clariet Teddy Bear, Beaver Trail, Prickly Pear, Saguaro Golden Barrels, Organ pipe, Desert Willow Blue Pale Verde, Ocotillo, Mexican Fence I Post and Extremely Nice Nevada Joshua Trees Free CactUS Say you saw it in the Gazette, limit of one. Open: 9 am ~ 5 pm Daily, Sun 10 am 2 5 pm 12740 Blue Diamond Road 1/2 Mile off 16OW. on Blue Diamond Rd. 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