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Moose lodge and seniors thank community

We are so appreciative of the support from our community of the efforts put forth by the Pahrump Senior Center to assist the seniors of our community. Your support of the fundraiser for the Meals on Wheels program was outstanding as we were able to generate a total of $1568 to help fund this program.

Once again, thank you to the citizens of Pahrump for your generosity and willingness to share with those in need.

Cal Greenleaf Sr.

Moose Lodge 808 Community Service Chairman

 

Golf tournament fundraiser a great success

Wow! What a successful golf tournament we had and it’s all thanks to the players, sponsors, merchants, donations and volunteers.

The Nevada Silver Tappers and Ms. Senior Golden Years USA, Inc., extend their very special thanks to everyone who participated.

Mitzi Sears

Nevada Silver Tappers

 

So much for ‘call your senator’!

On November 18, 2013 and a few times since then I informed Senator Dean Heller’s office that I have not had a Social Security payment since February 2013.

To date (March 22, 2014), his office has done nothing about it.

John E. Burgess

 

Thanks to Silver Tappers and Golden Years

I want to thank all my friends and my family for their love and support in regards to my husband Kjell on his passing on the 24th of March.

Special thanks go to Senior Golden Years and the Nevada Silver Tappers. Please support the Senior Golden Years Pageant on June 7th at the Saddle West.

May Persson

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