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Seen on Scene: At the Senior Center of Boulder City’s Ice Cream Social

Nathan Adelson volunteers Tricia Delaney-Nevarez, left, and Angela Brommel, center, joined with Marjorie Smith, business development officer for the hospice, as they scooped ice cream during the ice cream social thank you Saturday.

Victoria Mason, center, executive director of the Senior Center of Boulder City, visits with sisters Sharon Zink, left, and Darlene Graham during the center’s ice cream social Saturday.

Senior Center of Boulder City board member Marcela Fastow, left, visits with Councilwoman Peggy Leavitt during the center’s ice cream social Saturday. The event was to thank supporters of the facility and help promote its upcoming fundraiser.

Enjoying a sweet treat during the Senior Center of Boulder City’s ice cream social Saturday were, from left, Ronda Belleau, Helen Green and Jack Belleau.

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