- The Senior News is also the Desert News Post! We actually publish the Jess Ranch Bulletin, the High Desert Community News, and the Desert News Post weekly. Now if you are looking at the photo of Trina as the Birthday Fairy, you are probably thinking, “she’s a publishing mogle?” And, the correct answer is “Yes, she is.”
- What’s so great about a new website? Why now? We wanted to do something really exciting for our Sweet 16 birthday. Our readers (you) have been wanting more than the printed version could give. And we listened to you.
- More and better articles. There is always more information than can be published in print each month. Articles are short to make room for photos. Now, lengthier versions of articles and more articles will be available on the website.
- More photos! There just isn’t enough room in the printed paper to publish them all! On the website, there are Galleries where you will be able to find your photo from an event, and keep it for your own personal use. Note: photos may be downloaded, but are for personal use only.
- It’s like getting extra copies of Senior News! Although there are over 700 drop points where we have Senior News, people still can’t find them sometimes. Now, you can read individual articles or look at the PDF version on our website!
- Calendar of Events. We have a great, up-to-date website calendar.
- Printed version. The Senior News is still printed and distributed.
- Be Uplifted and Entertained. You’ll find book reviews, special ways to shop for items you need, and other fun and exciting things are happening. Be sure and tell your friends!
- Stay Informed. Sign up for email blasts on the website. Like the “Desert News Post” page on Facebook. Follow “Sivertspub” on Twitter.
The Victor Valley Women’s Club held it’s fourth annual Holiday Fashion Show and Vendor Faire on November 23 at the Historic Apple Valley Inn.
Fashions were provided by Dress Barn. Models were Helga Butler, Gwen Bryant, Peggy Moore, Debra Ann Peterson, Jacque Castro, Ronna Robinson Smith, Paula Paige, Dori Ravenstein, Antoinette McClendon, Desteny and Terranika Watts.
Master of Ceremonies Maggie Harris is with the CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) Community Outreach Center, which was this year’s chosen charity benefitted by the women’s club holiday event.
Entertainment on the keyboard was provided by Marie Alcantar.
The club welcomes new members. If interested, call Anna Maria English at (760) 961-8396, or email GFWCvictorvalley@msn.com