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Woodbury will seek re-election to Assembly

In his Dec. 5 column, Chuck Muth wrote that the word on the street is that Assemblywoman Melissa Woodbury will not run for re-election. However, contrary to any such rumors, Woodbury will be seeking re-election in Assembly District 23, which includes Boulder City, Laughlin, Searchlight, Nelson and portions of Henderson.

Thank you for allowing me to correct any misconception about Woodbury’s intentions.

Elks thank community for supporting tourney

The Boulder City Elks Lodge just completed its 26th year hosting its annual Charity Golf Tournament. This golf tournament helps sponsor a big share of the many charities the Elks sponsor in Boulder City.

This year we raised over $4,500 and in the 26 years have raised more than $250,000 for the lodge.

Many people help make this happen, but this year the Elks want to acknowledge the many tee sponsors who play such an important part in us raising the amount of money we do. A few are relatively new but the majority of these have been with us from Day One. They are: Boulder Dam Credit Union, Fairway Chevrolet, Carl’s Complete Upholstery, lodge officers, Clear Vision Eye Center, M.E.L. Leasing of Nevada, In Memory of Elmer Marshall, PER Association, Mitchell, Stankovic &Associates, Plaza Realty, Evans Old Town Grille, Fisher Space Pen Co., Doug Scheppmann and State Farm Insurance, In Memory of Karen Freer, West Rey Golf Club, Winterwood Men’s Golf Association, Jack’s Place and Henderson Chevrolet.

I want to personally thank all of you for your many years of support.

When possible please patronize these companies and show your appreciation for their generosity.

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