For a mere dollar and a donated canned good, holiday shoppers had the opportunity to help eliminate hunger while, at the same time, gaining access to 103 vendor booths at the CasaBlanca’s Event Tent on Saturday, November 26. The crowds had a lot to choose from as they looked for the perfect Christmas gift.
Archives for November 2011
The Christmas holiday season has returned to Moapa Valley again. And with it comes the Old Logandale Historical and Cultural Society (OLSHACS) annual Festival of Trees. This year’s festival will be held on this Friday and Saturday, December 2-3.
Over the past few weeks, board members from the Moapa Valley Television District (MVTVD) have been busy making final adjustments to some newly installed equipment at the district’s Beacon Hill facility just north of the I-15 exit 93 interchange.
The seventh annual Golf Fore Kids four-player scramble scheduled for Dec. 8 is expected to be bigger than ever.
Slated for play at four courses: Falcon Ridge, Conestoga, The Palms and the Oasis Canyons golf courses; the tournament to benefit underprivileged children and their families has expanded in its seventh year.
Moapa Valley residents won’t want to miss a special Christmas concert coming up on Tuesday, December 6 at 7:00, when an Evening of Music will be presented by the Zephyr Singers and the Zephyr Strings at the Old Logandale School. The program is free and open to the public. (Donations gratefully accepted.)
The Lost City Museum will host its annual holiday open house on December 10 from 10 am to 4 pm. This free event will feature live entertainment. Light refreshments will be served. The museum will be decorated in festive, holiday fashion.
In a modern take on an old fashioned barn raising, a group of Southern Nevadans got together last weekend at the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension (UNCE) office in Logandale and, in a few hours, erected a hoop house; a low-budget structure that functions like a more costly greenhouse.
No one asked me but… In November, 1998, the people of Clark County voted to pass a bond issue that cost the owner of a home valued at $100,000 about $20 a year. This bond has provided $4.9 billion in capital improvement funds for the Clark County School District.
Moapa Valley residents will see significant changes to the look of their water bills next month. The Moapa Valley Water District (MVWD ) is in the process of changing the format of its billing statements and the new bills will be sent out in mid-December.
Elder Robert and Sister Barbara Jones are returning home December 1, 2011 after serving for the past 18 months in the Armenia Yerevan Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.