It was a very busy week, mostly fun. I got my computer up and running. I attended the commissioners meeting this week. I do recommend it for every citizen to sit in on a commission meeting, it can be very entertaining and you never know what you will learn about your county.
If you happen to see a brown streak on the 21st, it is only me trying to attend all the interesting happenings in the county.
Nevada facts and trivia
In Tonopah the young Jack Dempsey was once a bartender and the bouncer at the Mispah Hotel and Casino. Famous law man and folk hero Wyatt Earp once kept peace in that town.
June 20 — 7:30 p.m. Trotta & Ronstadt, 900 Aultman. The price of admission is $10.
June 20-22 — Snake Valley Festival in Baker.
June 21 — Mining days will be held in route
June 21 — The senior center will have a parking lot sale
June 27 — Cocktails and cannons, Ramada Inn/Copper Queen parking lot.
June 28 — The great Bathtub Boat Races.
Eureka is asking for vendors for their arts in the park, please call 775-237-5484.
The Calvary Assembly of God at 700 Avenue M has opened a community food bank.
Answer to last weeks question ( no one called with the correct answer) is the American Ships carried cranberries.
New question — What former speaker of the U.S. House has a chair in peace studies named after him at the University of all Ulster?
Cats are the most popular pets in the United States.
Monday — Chicken salad sandwiches, chicken noodle soup and fruit
Tuesday — beef patty with bun, ranch beans, lettuce, tomato, onion and cantaloupe
Wednesday — chicken fried steak,mashed potatoes with gravy, veggies and fruit
Thursday — chicken pot pie,green salad and fresh apple
Friday — cook’s choice and a birthday cake
The “No Hug” Rule
The pressure was immense
He studied late into the night
His need to pass intense
He wondered how he’d manage
How he’d ever cope
What if he failed his test?
Would there be no hope?