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ELKO – A local artist recently began creating positive affirmation messages combined with photographs to nurture herself and help promote the …

“Each item will have a placard in front of it that has the item number and who donated it and it will have the QR code,” said Elko Convention and Visitors Authority Executive Director Katie Neddenriep.

“When we lived in California there was a guy in the area that did a carriage business for hire,” said Andy. “I wanted to learn to drive so I contacted him and we made a deal that I would clean harness in exchange for lessons.”

“The application is online,” said Senior Center Director Matt McCarty. “Booth space costs range a little bit, but, for the most part it’s $275 per booth.”

There are iconic songs such as “Ode to an Accidental Stabbing,” “Death is a Bitch” and “Look Who’s Evil Now.” A “splatter zone” will be set up for the very brave who want to be part of the gore.

“Last year our community raised $27,000 to support four organizations working diligently to meet needs which arose out of the pandemic,” said ECVA Executive Director Katie Neddenriep.

“So being booked for the Stage Door in Elko was just another day at the office. I heard the stage was great and the audiences love to laugh."

“I wish to portray the incredible beauty of our natural world, as well as special moments in time, so that I might tell a story or share my thoughts and feelings with others through my paintings,” Roberts said.

Competitors may participate in horseshoes, darts, basketball shoot, table tennis, billiards, bowling, river walk, golf, jeopardy and brain games, bicycling, pickle ball, pistol shooting and indoor archery events.

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