Wisconsin has cheeseheads, other places have lemonheads or orangeheads, but Boulder City has it’s very own “chilihead.”
Candy Moncayo and her husband, Luis, love to entertain. They don’t worry if there will be enough food. They joke with one another, “Le ponemos mas agua a los frijoles (we just add more water to the beans)!”
Marge Lotspeich still has a clear memory of how Lend A Hand first started. Along with Patricia Duncombe, Lotspeich led an effort to find a new way to provide quality assistance for the elderly in Boulder City.
To have good mental health, say what you believe and “lay it on the line,” talk about and acknowledge your weaknesses and “be humble,” according to Ron Cummings, marriage and family therapy counselor and licensed substance abuse therapist at the Boulder City Mental Health Clinic, 555 California Ave.
The Boulder City Hospital Foundation recently received a $5,600 grant from the Nevada Community Prevention Coalition for training performed by Ellise Hayden, Boulder City Hospital program director, in connection with a program for senior citizens entitled “Managing New Seasons” that was offered in Boulder City, Laughlin and Mesquite. The funds were provided by the Nevada Public and Behavioral Health Department and distributed through the Nevada Statewide Coalition Partnership. Accepting the donation from Rose Ann Miele, second from left, NCPC Boulder City coordinator, are, from left, Tom Maher, CEO and foundation interim board president, Boulder City Hospital; Wendy Adams, community events manager, Boulder City Hospital Foundation; and Hayden.
Boulder City High School students know they can make a difference in the community. Their recent drive for donations of everyday essentials proved that by the thousands.
Retired Public Employees to hear author at meeting
Grace academy honors top students
This article is part of an occasional series showcasing new businesses in town.
A group of musicians and devout Mormons will share their love of music and religion with a special concert Sunday celebrating the 25th anniversary of the dedication of the Las Vegas temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
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Democratic club to discuss election results at meeting