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Valle Vista Craft Fair offers shopping opportunities

There's plenty to do at the Valle Vista Library right now, besides checking out books and using the computers.

Today at 2:30 p.m., there will be a beginning beading program. All supplies will be provided free of charge, and you will be able to take your project home with you.

The library will hold a book discussion at noon on Sept. 15. The book will be "Lovely Bones" by Alice Sebold, and there are copies available at the library.

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Be sure to mark your calendar to attend the 3rd Annual Valle Vista Craft Fair on Saturday, Sept. 20, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Valle Vista Community Church.

It will be a great chance to start your holiday shopping or pick something up for yourself.

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All property owners should have received their ballots for the 2008 election. Be sure to get yours in before the deadline on Monday, Sept. 22, so your vote will count.

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The Kingman Regional Medical Center Foundation's 21st Annual Charity Golf Tournament for Hospice will be on Saturday, Sept. 6. The format will be a four-person scramble - pick your own team. The $100 per player entry fee includes green fees with cart, shirt, cap, towel and award luncheon. Proceeds will be used to support the operation of the new Joan and Diana Hospice Home in Kingman. Entry fees must be received by Thursday, Sept. 4. For more information or to sign up, please contact Jamie Taylor at (928) 757-0664 or the Pro Shop at Valle Vista at (928) 757-8744.

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The Ladies Club game for Aug. 14 was "Player of the Month." Congratulations go to Jan Medina for winning with a net 76. Brenda Stewart and Norma Birdsell tied for second and third, each with a net 77. Only one greenie was won by Virginia Weggeland on 2.

The Ladies Club game for Aug. 21 was "Blind Partners." After a blind draw for partners at the end of the round, the winning team was Medina and Mary Eubanks with a combined net score of 146. Second place went to Gladys Young and Mickey Lewis with a net 150. And third place was won by Carole McIntosh and Birdsell with a net 155. Only one greenie was won by Medina on 2.

A special congratulations to Gladys Young for a beautiful birdie on hole 3, one of our harder-rated par 5s.


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