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The Meyers Roundtable Committee will meet at 7 p.m. today at Meyers Station, 3141 Highway 50, behind Fidelity Title.

The agenda includes discussion of a fire marshal report on new fire codes; County Supervisor report; CCC update; Meyers Community Plan/Pathways 2007 update; government reports; and citizen comments. Call Carl Fair (530) 318-2100.

Class teaches boating safety



A four-lesson, eight-hour course on boating safety will be offered May 27 at the Tahoe Keys Home Owners Pavilion, 356 Ala Wai Blvd., in the Tahoe Keys. The class is from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a half-hour lunch break.

The fee of $25 per person covers the cost of materials. Instructors are experienced boaters and members of the local U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary flotilla. Reservations are required and space is limited.



The course has been developed by the U.S. Coast Guard to teach safe boating to adults and youths in grades six through 12 who are operators of personal watercraft, hunters, fisherman and other boaters.

Topics to be addressed are introduction to boating, boating laws, personal safety equipment, safe boat handling, navigation, boating problems, trailering, storing and protecting your board and hunting, fishing and river boating.

Call Glenn Smith at (530) 541-4345 or Mort Meiers at (530) 541-4654.

Widowed group plans events

With the long-awaited end of winter, members of the South Lake Tahoe chapter of the Widowed Persons Association of California turn their focus to the out-of-doors.

Weekly get togethers for supper at the beach will resume and local widowed persons are invited to explore membership. Each participant provides his or her preference in food and a fire is provided for those who wish to cook something.

Monthly Chat and Chew luncheons, Mystery Dinners and Pizza Nights continue. These events are no-host and a member arranges for the place and time. Non-members interested in learning more about the organization are welcome at these events, also.

The monthly dinners and brief meetings in the home of a members are reserved for members as are out-of-town trips for theater, shopping and other events.

For a calendar of events or to arrange to talk with another widowed person, phone (530) 542-4912. Widows and widowers need not be alone.

– Provided to the Tribune


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