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Dayton Valley Days was the largest and best yetDayton Valley Days Committee wants to thank all of the volunteers and vendors who worked so hard to make Dayton Valley Days the largest and the best two-day event in Lyon County. We want to give a special thanks to Sophia Renken, our Grand Marshals John and Donna Alexander, Bob and Nadine Hastings, Dan McLaughlin of the Mason Valley Dayton Unit Boys and Girls Club for their help and support and to Eagle Valley Golf Course for the use of their golf carts. We want to thank the Dayton Kiwanis for their great pancake breakfast, Jay and Dawn Van Sickle for their job of putting on the Saturday Parade, the Boys and Girls Club Dayton Unit for running the children’s games and the great 2nd Annual 2 Day chili cook-off, the Dayton Historical Society for their great tours and exhibits and Dennis and Marilee Lindsay of the Dayton Valley Car Club for another great show n shine. Great job to all! We also want to thank Karren Rhodes for helping with the advertising and especially a big thanks to Bonnie Matton, Nadine Hastings and Animal Rescue for heading the Pet Parade on Sunday. It was the biggest yet. Special thanks to the Community of Dayton and surrounding areas for your support. This year was the biggest and best ever. Next year will be even better. Dayton Valley Days CommitteeDaytonThank you to dentists for work for veteransHats off to the wonderful dentist staff of doctors Homes, Mannikko, and Beglin who selflessly helped so many veterans in getting free dental work. How impressive was that. Also what a great idea of the Eagle Valley Christian School making a Thanksgiving lunch for 20 seniors. How neat that you do such kindness (make crafts and sing) all year for those seniors. That is a great idea for the Boys and Girls Club to walk over to their local assisted living place and sing Christmas carols and make homemade Christmas cards for those lonely seniors that don’t have family around. It doesn’t cost anything and it is literally in the back yard of the club. God Bless the Veterans and the ones that honor them, and God bless the young children that bring happiness to seniors. Now that is paying it forward.Sunni Enciso HeinrichsCarson CityThank you to Halloween Party sponsorsOn Oct. 31 the Division of Child and Family Services hosted its 11th Annual Halloween Party for our foster children in care. This party is considered an appreciation event for the foster families that continually give their time, energy and resources to care for children that have been removed from their homes due to abuse and neglect. These families are invaluable to us and they deserve the very best! Because of the generosity of businesses and individuals listed below, this year’s party was the best yet! Our heartfelt thanks go to the following that gave so abundantly so this event could occur: Red’s Old 395 Grill; Ole Ole Restaurant; Walmart in North Carson City; Bruce and Pat Affeldt; Carson City Fire Department; Children’s Museum of Northern Nevada; Mrs. Gail and Alisha Struble; Ms. Dorothy Pomin; Round Table Pizza in North Carson City; Ron Wood Family Resource Center; Pizza Factory on Highway 50; Valley Pediatric Dentistry; Dominos Pizza on Highway 50; Nevada Department of Welfare and Supportive Services; Port of Subs on Highway 50; Burger King; Slot World Casino; Ms. Debra Sisco; Dickey’s BBQ Pit; Sierra Jumpers; Carson Valley Inn; Bureau of Child, Family and Community Wellness; Department of Children and Family Services central office; Gold Dust West Casino; Corpus Christi Catholic Church Youth Group; Trader Joe’s; Benson’s Pet Foods & Supplies; Ms. Kelly Texeira with Spirit Halloween; Craig and Caren Witt; Little Ceasars Pizza.If you are interested in becoming a foster parent, call 775-687-4943 Ext. 262Lori Nichols, LSWDivision of Child and Family ServicesCVAA thanks Carson and Eagle Valley supportersThe Carson Valley Art Association just held their annual Scholarship Show Nov. 2-4 at the CVIC Hall in Minden. We want to thank all the businesses and individuals that donated items for our raffle and silent auction and to thank the community for supporting CVAA by their own donations and purchases. Because of all of this, CVAA is able to give several scholarships to graduating Douglas High School seniors who wish to pursue a career in the visual arts. Look for our announcement of the scholarship recipients next May. We look forward to seeing you all again next year. Our non-judged Carson Valley Days Show will be the first weekend in June and our judged Scholarship Benefit Show will be the first weekend in November. Thank you to: 88 Cups & More; Artsy Fartsy; Beth Bosmans; Bodywise Physical Fitness; Brenda Mauk; Carolyn Denning; Carson Valley Arts Council; Carson Valley Country Club Restaurant; Carson Valley Swim Center; Central Systems Electric; Classical Glass; Cowboy Cafe; Deana Venard at 'C' & Company; East Fork Gallery; Eileen Merrill; Especially For You; Evelyn Yonker; Greenhouse Garden Center; Hamdogs Restaurant; J.T. Basque Bar & Restaurant; Jo Johnson; Joann La Form Guillen at 'C' & Company; Joyce's Fine Jewelry; Kas Monson; Kay Wilson at Deja Vu Salon; Linda Townsend; Lorraine Clifford at 'C' & Company; Margaret Biggs; Marge Buttles; Mark Kyle; Max's Pet Supplies; Mechele Johnson; Mike Nelson at Grafx 8; Nancy Clarke; Nancy Kilburg; Nancy Raven; Napa Auto Parts; Pam Brekas; Pizza Hut; Rancho Grande; Russell's Mercantile; Sally Sozoff; Shear Heaven Salon da Spa; Sapphire Wizard Fired Arts; Sue Lapp; Thai Jasmine; Wasabi's Restaurant; Wendell Jenness; Wildhorse Bar & Grill; Woodett's Diner; Nancy Bargman, Chair of the CVAA Scholarship Show Silent Auction and Raffle.Again, our very special thank you to all our supporters. Carolyn DenningPresident of CVAAThanks to Cress ManufacturingThe Board of Directors of the Young At Heart Senior Citizens Club in Gardnerville would like to thank Cress Manufacturing Co. of Carson City for the repair of our kiln, repairs which were above and beyond what was requested but were required. We had approved a certain level of repair at an agreed-upon price. Cress Manufacturing, after seeing the condition of the kiln, repaired things that were above and beyond what was contracted for, yet maintained the original budget.This action saved Young At Heart Senior Citizens Club several hundred dollars. This savings will be directed toward equipping the new senior center in Gardnerville. Again, thank you.Howard AlthouseGardnervilleThanks from Raiders Booster ClubThe Carson City Raiders Booster Club would like to thank the following for their help in supporting our annual Christmas Commitment to raise funds to benefit home-bound seniors: Carson Lanes Eleventh Frame Lounge, Alley’s Diner, Johnny Rockets and the Burger Family, Harrah’s and Harvey’s Casinos, Thunder Canyon Golf Club, Walmart, Chili’s Bar & Grill, Slot World, Red’s Old 395 Grill, Dutch Bros. Coffee, Terrible’s Casino Dayton, Eagle Valley Golf Course, Eternally Yours Salon & Spa, Adele’s Restaurant, El Charro Avitia, Dayton Valley Golf Club, Bully’s Sports Bar & Grill, Carson Hot Springs, Empire Ranch Golf Course, Pioneer Crossing/Branding Iron Cafe, Keva Juice, Mustang Sallie’s Grill, Casino Fandango, KCMY AM1300/FM102.5, Nevada Appeal and special guest three-time Oakland Raiders Super Bowl champion Cliff Branch.Due to their generosity and the giving spirit of our club members, families and friends, we will be able to adopt 20 home-bound seniors this year and provide them with Christmas gifts from their wish lists. It is such a joy to see the seniors’ faces light up when our elves deliver the wrapped gifts and visit with them.Joyce CabelloCarson City Raiders Booster Club

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