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‘Butch’ Borasky speaks at museum Saturday

The Pahrump Valley Museum and Historical Society will host the eighth of 11 lectures it its series, which runs through November.

The guest will be Nye County Commissioner Andrew “Butch” Borasky who will be speaking on his experiences in Pahrump over the past 16 years.

Before moving to Pahrump, Borasky worked as cold storage superintendent at “Beak & Skiff Apple Farm” in Lafayette, N.Y., from 1965 to 1976.

In 1976, Borasky became a general contractor and, still in New York, he opened A. Borasky Construction in Jamesville, until 1996.

In 1997 Borasky moved to Pahrump and opened A. Borasky Excavating and A. Borasky Gravel Pit.

He served on the Pahrump Regional Planning Commission from 2005 until 2007 when he was elected to the Board of Nye County Commissioners where he presently serves the community.

Borasky worked with the State Land Use Planning Advisory Council from 2008 until 2011, after which he served on the Work Force Connections Board as a Local Elected Official or LEO, to the present day.

Borasky serves on several other committees in the Pahrump community such as NyE Communities Coalition for Community Outreach, the Holiday Task Force and Transportation Subcommittee, as well as being a member of such organizations as the Moose, Heritage Bible Church and a former Rotarian and a past member of the Elks Lodge.

The lectures will be at 1 p.m., Aug. 10 at the museum, 401 E. Basin Ave.

For more information call Seline at 775-751-1970. The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.

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