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Briefly Noted Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursday, November 13, 1997 3 Carpenter Canyon clean-up There will be a clean-up project for Carpenter Can- yon on Sunday, November 16 at 7 a.m. Volunteers should meet at Carpenter Canyon Road off Highway 160. Wear proper shoes and clothing, bring gloves and trash bags. Donuts and soda will be pro- vided. If you are under the age of 18, you will need a letter of permission which is re- quired by the Bureau of Land Management. For more information call Joy at 727-1925. Better Breather's club meeting The Better Breather's Club will have its last meet- ing for 1997 on November 28, at 10 a.m. In the Pahr- ump Community Center room "A". Topic: Heart Problems and how it affects your breathing. Nevada State food commodities The Nevada State com- modities will be given out on Saturday, November 15 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Trinity Assembly Church at 750 Big Five Road, Pahr- ump. For more information call Howard at 727-4896. Weepah Shrine Club calendar of events " The Weepah Shrine Club sponsors a no-host, all Ma- sonic Family breakfast at Mountain View Casino the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 8:30 a.m. Weepah Shrine Club meets first Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Saddle West Hospitality Room. The Club is having their annual Masonic Christmas Party at Saddle West Hotel and Casino on Friday, De- cember 12 at 6 p.m. Dinner and dancing. For more in- formation and tickets call Vaughn at 727-8560, or Vie at 727-5440. Reservations must be made by December 1. NARFE's Rummage Sale The National Association of Retired Federal Employ- ees (NARFE) will be con- ducting its annual rummage sale Saturday, November 15, 8 a.m., at the corner of West Street and 2nd streets, next to the Cancer Assistance League Thrift Store. Call 727-6188 or 727-1193 for information. There will also be amem- bership meeting on Thurs- day, November 20 at 1 p.m. in the Bob Ruud Commu- nity Center, Pahrump, Room "A". All federal employees (active and retired) are wel- come. For more information about NARFE, please con- tact Reggie Knight at 727- 1193. Dances of Universal Peace Dances of Universal Peace invites everyone to participate in a form of, spiri- tual folk dance, using music and sacred phrases from many world traditions, Sat- urday, November 15, Haven Selah in Pahrump, 1-3:30 p.m., $10 donation re- quested. Call (702) 631- 9246 in Las Vegas or 727- 8633 in Pahrump. If you have any questions regarding the Dances of Uni- versal Peace please feel free to phone us at (702) 631- 9246. Adult workshop at Pahrump Library Adult workshop at the Pahrump Community Li- brary on Thursday, Novem- ber 13, at 1-2:30 p.m., Liz Neth will instruct the class on how to make Rag Rugs. Bring a "Q" crochet hook. On Thursday, December 11, at 1-2:30 p.m., we will be making Gold Leaf pie- tures. You need to select your picture pattern and pay your money before, or no later than November 26. These will make great Christmas gifts. For more information call 727-5930 and ask for Charlene. Volunteer drivers needed Volunteerdrivers and van drivers are needed for Pahr- ump Helping Hands to as- sist clients with shopping and medical appointments locally as well as van trips to Las Vegas for medical and dialysis appointments. Per- sonal vehicle mileage reim- bursement available. Contact Lesley at 727-6111, Mon- day through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Chamber dinner The Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce din- ner is Wednesday, Novem- ber 19 at 7 p.m. at the senior citizen's center (Sunset Mo- bile Home Park) 1370 West Basin. Traditional Thanksgiving dinner will be served, $6 per person. Reservations must be received by Friday, Novem- ber 14, call 727-5800 for more information and reser- vations. Turkey Dinner AARP Chapter 2196 meets Friday, November 21 at 6 p.m. at Pahrump Senior center for a pot luck turkey dinner. The turkey is furnished. Please bring a side dish and your own place setting. Music will be Elvis im- personator Johnny V. For more information call 727-7220. Harvest Moon benefit dance A Harvest Moon dance to benefit the Samantha Tomaro cancer fund will be held November 22 from 6- 11 p.m. at Saddle West Ho- tel and Casino. There will be a silent auction, buffet and no host bar, live music, danc- ing and raffles. Tickets are $25 per couple, $15 indi- vidual. For information or dona- tions call 727-8637. Star Bazaar On November 15, the Star will hold their Annual Ba- zaar, white elephant and bake sale at the Pahrump Com- munity Center, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. A queen-sized handmade quilt will be offered for raffle. Donuts and coffee, as well as lunch will be available for a donation. For more information call Kathy at 727-0230. Holiday craft fair and bake sale Pahrump Valley United Methodist men and women are holding their holiday craft fair and bake sale on Friday November 21 from 3-9 p.m. I I III I I II I[ .......... Chainlink Fencing Materials Farm Fencing, Portable Dog Kennels Horse Corrals, Panel Gates Stock Tanks to Flag Poles i.donth_it we',, urbestt getit:: iberti Fence Co. | 560 Big Five Road  | I 727-0500 ' ! rgEE ESTATES I Accepted Daily Hours: Mort.- FrL 7a.m. - 3:30p.m. t (made available for working people) and on Saturday, No- vember 22 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Supper will be served Friday and lunch is avail- able on Saturday. Also fea- turing sugar free pastries. For more information call Mairlyn at 727-6527. Amargosa calendar of events 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. 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. Festival of trees and lights Join the Pahrump Cham- ber of Commerce in the first annual Pahrump Fesuval ot Trees and Lights December 5, at 6 p.m. The Chamber is asking the merchants on the Pahr- ump strip and surrounding areas, in conjunction with Jordan Chelsa Nursery to welcome the holiday season with lights, food and music. Sponsored by your cham- ber of commerce marketing committee to keep your cus- tomers shopping locally. Show your support by hanging lights outside your business and turn them on at 6 p.m on December 5. If you would like to participate please call Jan at the cham- ber at 727-5800 to let her know which of the follow- ing you will be doing: Lights, carolers, window painting, food bank, toy drop offor providing refreshments. Crisis Pregnancy Center The Crisis Pregnancy CenterofSouthern Nevada's Pahrump office, located next to No to Abuse at 1471 E. Highway 372, will be open Monday's and Friday's from 1-5 p.m. and Wednesdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free pregnancy testing. For an appointment call 751- BABY. Bowl for life The Pahrump satellite of the Crisis Pregnancy Center of Las Vegas is holding the First Annual Bowl for Life on Saturday, November 22, 1997 at the Mountain View Bowling Center. Registration will be from 11 : 45 to 12:45 and bowling will begin at 1 p.m. Sponsor forms can be picked up at all local churches, the bowling center and Crown's Christian book- store. All the proceeds will go to support the Crisis Preg- nancy Center in Pahrump. There will be prizes for high score, most collected, most sponsors, and other prizes. There will be music and a light show with videos along with food and drinks. This promises to be a great time for the whole family, so get your sponsor form and start collecting pledges. Bowlers with $100 in pledges will re- ceive a free T-shirt. o LOWEST pRICES! Here are some examples. Canopy Bed, Queen Size Reg. $299.95 Now $2.49.95 tam Sofa with Rediner & twin bed. Reg $849.95 Now $749.95 7 pc. pine bedroom group includes [ming'alr  Back Supporter 2 night stands, dresser, mirror, headboard, [ Cushion Limited stock.edal pmdm footboard and 2 side rails. Originally l Queen set $499.95 $1,649.95 Now $1,195.95. Last one! |vl 1 $649.95 Free Delivery 00Free Set tlp _ _ .. Free Removal 0_oldf M.._attress The 00al',ee.y of Home Furnishings !! X60 lu0t 0outh of !! 871 ud Tmtble'o Tram Ill i nedmom .d mttmm Store- Pahrump SUmoa vt.Nmo / i Itom: lm. - 9at. . t.m. - 8 p,m. = OJ,.C.. r.y.O4U[t "-- "--"=--'-- ,