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The Pahrump Valley 500 Club, a bowling club at the Pahrump Valley Nugget, donated $345 to the Nye County Animal Shelter on Dec. 13.

It was their annual Christmas donation. There next tournament will be held on Jan, 10 and will be a 3-6-9 singles.

Bowling News: Results of the Nine Pin No Tap Scotch Doubles Tournament sponsored by the Pahrump Nugget.

Prize winners were:

A Division: Mary and Jerry Neese 902, Jean and Mike Reynolds 895, Margarete Caldwell and Joe Matassa 875.

B Division: Bev and George Dowell 943, Lorena Myers and Dan Struss 907, Barbara Wilson and Bill Downs 880.

Special Olympics: Our next sport will be basketball and it will start on January 3 at PVHS in the old 9th grade academy gym, (I think they refer to it as gym A) from 10 a.m.- 12 p.m.

Pahrump Special Olympics will begin its 2015 Winter Sports schedule of Basketball at PVHS Building A Gym on Saturdays 10 am to noon-January 3rd thru March 7th and bocce ball at Ian Deutch Memorial Park on Thursdays 3:15 pm to 5 pm – February 26th thru April 23rd.

If you would like to become an athlete in Special Olympics or participate in these sports, please call or email our basketball coach Bruce Cox @ 775-513-4280 or sopahrump@gmail.com or our bocce ball coach Jim Soltz @775-513-9430.

We are always looking for folks who can spare 2 hours a week as volunteer coaches. For more information please call 775-537-2175.

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