Fallon Animal Welfare Group (FAWG) is an all-volunteer organization formed in 2010 to reduce the number of homeless cats and dogs in Churchill County.
We currently focus on cats because of the high euthanasia rate of cats entering the city shelter. Our main programs are the trap-neuter-return of feral and other free-roaming cats, and fostering and adopting out cats and kittens. We also have a small program, The Lucy Fund, to assist pet owners (cats, dogs, or other) with emergency vet bills
The Fallon Chamber is always looking for ways to provide support and education to your business through various trainings and seminars. We understand that we are made up of small businesses, and we want to provide all the resources you need to run a successful business on a local, state and federal level.
Annual Awards Banquet
The Fallon Chamber hosts a well-attended, popular event in Fallon that recognizes, highlights and rewards our business community through Award Recognition, Product Showcasing, and Advertisement. This event occurs the first Friday of February each year as a way to thank and promote our local businesses. We are excited to have watched this event grow over the last few years and are excited to hear that our businesses anticipate this event each year as we continue to make it better!
Fallon Job Fairs
Businesses and individuals continue to approach the Fallon Chamber to assist in bridging the gap between employers and employees, the Chamber moved forward in developing a bi-annual Job Fair in both the Spring and Fall in order to provide a platform for businesses and job seekers to meet. The Job Fair has been hugely successful and the Chamber is thrilled by the response and hiring opportunities the Job Fair has produced.
Businesses have increasingly turned to the Fallon Chamber as a successful and vital resource for Employment. The Chamber has been able to successfully connect multiple employable applicants with hiring businesses.
It is the Fallon Chamber of Commerce’s goal to enhance our business community and to advocate and represent you, our local businesses, in everything we organize, support and help promote. As we work closely with our City, County, NAS Fallon and other organizations, we hope that you will support the Fallon Chamber so that we are able to support you!
We live in an internet based culture where people are actively looking online for information! The Fallon Chamber has a dynamic website that effectively promotes Fallon, local commerce, events and our members through free advertising. All posts, information, events, directory listings and display advertising is FREE through membership at www.fallonchamber.com
The Fallon Chamber assists in grand-openings, re-openings, expansions, etc. with a free ribbon-cutting ceremony at your business site. The Fallon Chamber will promote your business and your ribbon-cutting through the Fallon Chamber Newsletter and will forward all pictures and press releases to local newspapers for maximum exposure.
The Fallon Chamber hosts many events, giving our members an opportunity to network. Regular meetings include monthly Fallon Chamber Luncheons (every 3rd Thursday of the month, usually located at the Fallon convention Center) quarterly Mixers (after-hours, locations vary).
The Fallon Chamber is always looking for ways to provide support and education to your business through various trainings and seminars. We understand that we are made up of small businesses, and we want to provide all of the resources you need to run a successful business on a local, state and federal level.
We are here to help you promote your business and events!! A weekly e-newsletter that includes information about local events is sent out every Friday to over 600 contacts. Events are also included on the Fallon Chamber website’s Calendar of Events.
Businesses often come to the Fallon Chamber looking for referrals and contacts. In all promotion of local business, we refer our members first. We can help provide you with local contacts that can help your business.
Relocation & Information Distribution
Phone calls and correspondence are received on a daily basis inquiring about local business information, contact, relocation, real estate(including rentals), schools, medical, insurance, employment, retail, recreational facilities, utility work, utilities, maintenance, childcare, pet care, RV parks, attorneys, home repairs, landscaping, printers, churches, banks, and many others! We send out relocation packets every month to people who have requested information – your business can be included!
Welcome to the Church of Christ in Fallon, Nevada. We are a God fearing congregation and put Him first in everything we say and do. Please visit our services. We welcome everyone.
Service Times (Pacific Time):
- Sunday Morning Bible Study 9:30 AM
- Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 AM
- Sunday Evening Worship 5:00 PM
- Monday Bible Study 6:30 PM
- Wednesday Evening Study 7:00 PM
Additional Bible studies at the building – Monday nights 6:30 PM (no live broadcast)
Office hours Monday-Wednesday 1pm – 5pm
ABOUT THE CONGREGATION
We are an active and growing congregation that supports mission work, community involvement and showing others Christ in our daily lives. We are ordinary people who have a love for God and others. We would be honored to have you join us in serving God.
General e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to Visit Fallon Nevada, the “Oasis of Nevada.”
Fallon is on Highway 50, 60 miles east of Reno. Come to play or come to stay.
Welcome to Fallon, the “Oasis of Nevada.” Fallon is on Highway 50, 60 miles east of Reno. It is surrounded by farms and ranches, and the Lahontan Valley Wetlands – a birder’s paradise. Fallon offers the outdoors, the arts, shops, and a menu of special events year round including a summer farmer’s market and the Hearts of Gold Cantaloupe Festival. The Navy’s TOP GUN School is located here. And Fallon is a destination for meetings and small conventions. Come to play or come to stay.
Fallon has a great menu of special events year round. In fact, Fallon has six seasons of events, one to match your taste. That’s why Fallon is called “Eventful Nevada.” Special events are a great reason to visit Fallon. Come for fun events and take some time to explore our community. We love visitors and have great restaurants, antique shops, Lattin Farms, and a downtown walking tour to keep you busy and entertained.
The Fallon DMA organization’s mission is to improve and promote the economic, aesthetic, historical, and cultural vitality of Downtown Fallon as a regional center for the community.
The Merchants meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 8:30 AM. Check out the Events tab for more information!
Current List of Officers
Wende Hook-HenkeFDMA PresidentBusiness Info:His Inspirations200B South Maine Street(775) 423-0622
Kari ErnstFDMA Vice PresidentBusiness Info:Blush Skin Spa200 S. Maine Street
Colleen ColburnFDMA SecretaryBusiness Info:CC Massage Therapy510 S. Maine Street(775) 722-8887
Kelly CampbellFDMA TreasurerBusiness Info:Buttsup Duck Designs270 S. Maine Street, #4(775) 867-DUCK (3825)
Kim KlenakisFDMA External Relations DirectorBusiness Info:email@example.com
Members meet every 2nd & 4th Thursdays, except Nov, then 2nd Thursday only, at 93 W Center St. Fallon, NV
Community dinners every 1st & 3rd Friday of every month.
Sunday Community breakfast coming soon!
The Nevada Elks Major Project, Inc., a corporation within the Nevada State Elks Association, pledges its commitment to addressing the unmet needs of children suffering abuse, neglect or exploitation, throughout the State of Nevada, by developing a program of support services funding to aid these children, without discrimination.
Fallon Family Wellness Center’s mission is to provide quality treatment, support and confidence to children, adults, and families through a network of mental health, behavioral health, educational and wellness services.
Fallon Family Wellness Center’s Vision
Helping people create productive futures….
Fallon Family Wellness Center’s Values
In support of our Mission and Vision, we respect, value and promote:
◦ Dignity, respect, and compassion for all people
◦ The highest quality standards in our work
◦ Accountability to those we serve for the ethical, effective, and efficient use of resources
◦ The creative contributions of dedicated staff and volunteers
◦ Professional excellence through on-going training in evidenced based practice and continuous quality improvement
◦ The importance of family, community, and other significant connections in the provision of individualized, responsive care
◦ A commitment to providing leadership in developing a responsive and innovative service-delivery system in the rural communities.
◦ A strong network of community partnerships
◦ An active advocacy program
Therapeutic Yoga Mental Health Assessments and Evaluations
Drug, alcohol and gambling Evaluations
Individual and Family Sessions …
Supportive Group Sessions
Grief and loss Group Sessions
EMDR (Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing)
Coaching sessions and groups
Basic Skills Training
Medication Management Facilitation
Instructed classes and Educational Workshops
FALLON FOOD HUB is a non-profit organization that is working to bring local food distribution to Fallon by building a regional food system for Fallon and surrounding rural communities.
The Fallon Food Hub will promote local and regional agriculture producers as well as function as an anchor for the Historic Downtown Fallon by driving people to the downtown corridor.
It is our VISION to create a gathering place in the heart of our historic downtown which provides an outlet/market for local farmers, local small food producers, and an emerging value-added sector.
HOW THE Online MARKET WORKS
- Wednesday at 2 PM the online market closes.
- Thursday morning the farmers will deliver the products to the Fallon Food Hub for packaging.
- Friday at 8 AM your products will be available for pickup.
- The Fallon Food Hub will donate your perishable items to the Fallon Daily Bread if you forget to pick up your by 2 PM Saturday.
Why Buy Local?
- Buying local tastes better and is more nutritious
- Commercial produce is often a week old by the time it travels over 1,500 miles to get to supermarkets, often requiring preservatives.
- Commercial produce is sometimes picked too early, making fruit, for example, hard and tasteless.
- Locally grown food, on the other hand, is harvested at its peak in taste and nutrition for your immediate purchase.
- Many local farmers offer the unique and flavorful heirloom varieties of produce they sell.
- Buying local keeps the money in our community
- Commercial food profits go to a middleman or giant business outside our community and state, whereas buying local keeps the money cycling here in our community, helping it to grow and prosper.
- Buying fresh produce from local producers helps preserve local farms and our precious rural community.
- Buying local ensures a safe and secure food
- Getting to know our local food producers, their ethics, cultural heritage, and farming practices provides confidence in a safe supply of healthy food for our families.
- Buying from local farmers helps renew rural, small-scale agriculture in our communities and helps guarantee a consistent flow of healthy food year round.
|Please note: if calling after 5:00pm, your quote will be done the following day.|
We want to welcome you to Fallon Glass in Fallon Nevada: “The Most Trusted Name in Glass”. We are the leader in the auto glass, residential glass and commercial glass in the Nevada and Idaho markets and provide the following services for over 35 years:
|Windshield Replacement||Rock Chip Repair||Insulated Glass Replacement|
|Auto Glass Replacement||Shower Doors||Glass Deck Railings|
|Vinyl Window Replacement||Tub Enclosures||Window Blinds & Coverings|
|Screen Repair and Replacement||Mirrors||Many Others!|
|Glass Replacement And Repair||Table Tops|
We provide excellent service to all of Fallon and the surrounding areas including: Hazen, Silver Springs, Shurz, Lovelock, Battle Mountain, etc. We can handle almost any glass project for your home or business. The majority of people don’t think about changing their auto glass windshield, the double pane energy-efficient windows in their home or professional building until something goes wrong.
For rates and to book a tee time go to:
The Seventh Day Adventist School accepts students in grades K-8. The school has been in operation at its current location at 380 East Front Street, Fallon, Nevada since 1905. The school is accredited and provides for a low student-teacher ratio. The SDA educational philosophy places a value of infinite worth on every individual and seeks to provide a climate in which a positive self-image may be developed. Academic excellence is promoted by challenging students to fully use their intellectual capacities and capabilities, to explore learning as a life-long endeavor, and to achieve academically throughout life. Students are encouraged to take an active interest in making the community a better place to live, appreciating the cultural differences and scientific advances of age, and developing positive attitudes towards all people.
The Fallon Theatre was built in 1920 by JW Flood who spared ‘no expense’ in building the “Finest Theatre in Nevada”! The theater originally had seating capacity of 1150 people but has seen remodeling over the years which now includes two theaters showing both first run movies & many older movies to be seen again on the ‘big screen’. We also feature live bands, comedians, community plays & other great events on our historic stage.
The Fallon Theatre ‘Supports the Arts’ and is a non-profit, fully volunteer organization. We have many opportunities for those that would like to volunteer to help at the theater. We also feature a ‘sustaining membership’ opportunity which allows you to donate to the organization and allows the sustaining member to attend movies & certain events for free.
Open Monday – Friday 8:00 – 5:00
I have over 34 years of experience as a Farmers Insurance agent.
As your local Farmers® agent in Fallon, Nevada, I help customers like you identify the insurance coverage that best fits your needs. This process is straight forward and personalized to help make you smarter about insurance. I have the knowledge and experience to help you better understand your coverage options–whether that’s auto, home, renters, business insurance and more.
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To turn our passion and persistence into power with a steady aim at leveraging technology into an always-improving asset, giving clients the ability to soar to new heights, knowing they are backed by first-rate performance and commitment.
What We Do
Faucette Micro Systems, Inc. (FMS) is dedicated to developing quality custom and education software. Our education programs, WebIEP™ and Web504®, are the main focus of FMS, as it is our desire to meet a need for quality software in the field of education intervention. In addition to WebIEP and Web504, we also provide programming for custom extension applications for our education programs. We are currently working on a new project in pursuit of producing a program for SST and RtI in collaboration with a current client.
We have built our company on the philosophy that the client’s needs are the backbone of what we produce, and we aim to supply quality products that will result in ease and reduced effort for our clients.
Why We Are Unique
Think about how useful a program would be if your input was regularly considered and implemented. It is to this end that FMS is different from other software developers; our programs are client-designed rather than programmer-designed, always improving with the input and suggestions of users.
Web504, for example, was developed solely based on a client’s request. One of our clients approached us and asked if we would be willing to work with them in pursuit of developing a program for writing and managing Section 504 plans. This client is still very involved in Web504’s continual improvements in an effort to constantly advance the program.
As we have developed and improved our education programs over the years, we have always valued the input of our clients. In many cases, one of our programmers will conduct a phone conference with a client to discuss possible changes to one of the programs in an effort to further tailor software to fit each individual customer. Because we allow clients to have a say in the design and features of our programs, each client’s version of the software is somewhat unique. For instance, one client may want an extra feature added, while another client might want a feature removed. Those two clients end up with two different versions of the same program, each customized for their needs.
Since those in the field of education have to be ever conscious of the costs involved in every facet of education, we at FMS strive to keep our products priced attractively and affordably. We work closely with clients in an effort to produce quality results that will give life to their ideas while also being cost effective.