The new officers of the League of Women Voters of Mesquite for 2013-14 were installed at their last meeting before summer, a luncheon held at Hugo's on Saturday, May 11.
From left to right: Annalee Camp, Recording Secretary; Gracie Toval, Treasurer; Loretta Corpe, Co-President; Sandy Ramaker, installing officer, Director, representing the League of Women Voters of Nevada; Rosemary Gary, Co-President; and Karen Beardsley, Vice-President. The League will resume meetings September 14.
The Desert Dames Hiking Group lived up to its name when they trekked to the little-known, yet world-renown earth art sculpture, Double Negative, on Friday, May 10. Taking advantage of their last opportunity for moderate hiking temperatures, Joyce Sutherland, Pauline Holder, Lee Pfliger, Joanne Swallow, Kim Finnegan, Mary Jane Krupski, Jan Middleton and Linda Faas came to see the curious sight, long forgotten by most residents of Mesquite. [Read more]
The number one priority of local government is to provide its citizens, business owners and visitors the highest level of public safety. Recent events throughout our nation, in small and large communities alike, including our own, exemplify the selfless actions of both the police and fire personnel who all too often make the ultimate sacrifice for the safety of the citizens they are sworn to protect. [Read more]
It’s not just sign up and play ball for your Virgin Valley Little League Board of Directors and volunteers. A long ten months establishing the organization is finally coming to fruition. Two of the last of numerous committees completed their goal last Saturday at Hunter Park when clinics were held for safety and volunteer umpires. [Read more]