Women of the Moose volunteers from left, Bonnie Lunde, Sandra Jones, Lori Andrewnovitz, Elaine Thompson and Chanda Wieland took up posts in front of Walmart this week as bell ringers for the Salvation Army. Women of the Moose are known for their charitable efforts throughout the community over the years.
Horseshoe pitchers had a busy start to April, with sanctioned tournaments on back-to-back Saturdays, a doubles tournament sponsored by the Southern Nevada Horseshoe Pitching Association and the first tournament in the new Spring and Fall Fling series in which bars around Southern Nevada host tournaments.
After a year of no in-person meets because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Arianna Plant of Pahrump didn’t need much time to get back into a groove.
Julie Floyd has been involved in golf around Pahrump for decades, but her game is as sharp as ever.
Walt Kuver rolled games of 277, 237 and 278 with a 91 handicap, totaling 883 to win Division A and be the day’s top money winner at the Pahrump Valley Tournament Bowling Club’s No-Tap Singles Tournament sponsored by Jan Mock on March 27 at the Pahrump Nugget Bowling Center.
Ah, matzo ball soup. The very words conjure soothing comfort to the soul. Rich, savory chicken broth with tender pieces of chicken and pillowy cloud-like dumplings made from matzo crackers. Anytime I see it on the menu at a deli I order it, especially if I’m in need of revitalization. They don’t call it Jewish penicillin for nothing.
Jehovah’s Witnesses in Pahrump and across the globe are readying to meet for their pivotal annual event.
Pahrump Senior Center