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Alpine Animal Hospital will conduct a low-cost vaccination clinic for dogs and cats from 4 to 5:30 p.m. this Friday, Sept. 2. In addition to vaccinations, the hospital will offer de-worming, heartworm testing, leukemia testing and fecal screening for parasites. Dogs must be on leashes and cats in carriers.

Alpine Animal Hospital is located at 924 Emerald Bay Road, 100 yards north of the “Y.” For more information call (530) 541-4040 during office hours, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Housing funds meeting’s topic

The Affordable Housing Coalition of El Dorado County will explore the various possibilities of generating more funding to assist in the process of meeting the county’s housing needs from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday in Placerville. The meeting will take place in the public meeting room inside the main entrance of the Placerville Administration Building C.

Anyone interested in exploring this concept further is encouraged to contact the Affordable Housing Coalition coordinator Eric Straatsma at (530) 306-7498 or e-mail straats@msn.com.

Bowling group invites seniors

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The South Tahoe Senior Bowlers will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Tahoe Bowl. Anyone 50 or older will be welcome.

If interested call Alva Hubbard at (775) 782-4312 or Jack Post at (775) 588-1323.

Presentation to focus on Tahoe

The “Natural World of Tahoe” is the subject to be presented by David Antonucci at 7 p.m. Aug. 25 in the South Lake Tahoe Branch Library conference room.

Antonucci is a wonderful speaker who repeatedly delights his audience.

A 30-year resident of Tahoe, he holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil and environmental engineering.

He is considered an expert on Lake Tahoe environmental issues and over the years has served on many boards and organizations dedicated to preservation of our incredible area.

This important program is sponsored by the Lake Tahoe Historical Society and is open to the community at no charge. Refreshments will be served.

Make friends at Kahle Kids Club

Is your child looking for an afterschool adventure? If you are looking for afterschool care, Kahle Community Center may have what you need. Kids Club offers two programs for your child.

KinderKids Club is a licensed program designed for kindergartners.

The program includes creative crafts, movement exploration, and snacks.

The afternoon program is offered from noon to 3 p.m. The fee is $10 per day and is payable by the month.

Children must be enrolled in kindergarten to participate in this program.

Kids Club is offered from 3:15 to 6 p.m. and is designed to serve first- through fifth-grade students.

This program is operated by our trained and dedicated staff offering group games, outdoors and gym play, snacks and homework support.

The focus of our program is to give children an environment to meet friends and have fun being a kid.

The fee is $4 per day payable by the month.

For both programs, children can attend Monday through Friday.

For more information or if you have any questions contact Douglas County Parks and Recreation at (775) 586-7271.

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