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Foundation for an Independent Tomorrow started nearly 20 years ago

Janet Frasier Blumen remembers well the day she was volunteering on a Southern Nevada food bank with an Episcopal church more than two decades ago. The sight of many sad-looking people needing help was something she will never forget. Thus, the creation of the agency Foundation for an Independent Tomorrow, otherwise known as FIT. In […]

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Bibliodrama steps into Bible characters to increase understanding

BY MIKE HENLE SPECIAL TO THE LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL Rabbi Benjamin Katz used a bibliodrama as an additional method of improving understanding of the Bible during a recent gathering of the Active Adults 55 Plus group at Temple Beth Sholom. A bibliodrama is a form of role-playing in which the roles are taken from biblical […]

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Addition of a downpour makes SNORE’s Driven Experiences 250 off-road race even more challenging

CALIENTE, Nev. — The renowned band Credence Clearwater Revival recorded “Who’ll Stop the Rain” back in 1970 and the song could have been the perfect theme for the June 10-11 running of the Southern Nevada Off-Road Enthusiasts Driven Experiences 250 off-road race. There is no question about the fact that this tiny town about 160 […]

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For Pam and Louie Barlow, SNORE and Caliente have been a way of life for many years

CALIENTE – Pam Barlow’s late father Bert Vaughan was an electrical contractor in Las Vegas for many years starting in 1962.  He moved to Caliente full-time in about 1996 before passing away in 2001. An old railroad town about 180 miles north of Las Vegas, Caliente has a special charm away from the hubbub of […]

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