News briefs: South Lake Tahoe births, Vail Resorts job fairs and more
LAKE LEVEL — Lake Tahoe
As of Tuesday, Oct. 27, the lake elevation was reported as 6221.80. For more information, visit Truckee River Operating Agreement at http://www.troa.net/reports/dwmr.
A business roundup in Saturday’s print edition, titled “The Cork & More will remain open,” misspelled Lisa Maloff’s name and the Robert Maloff Center for Excellence. Additionally, Barton Health recently broke ground on a parking garage, but not the Robert Maloff Center for Excellence itself. Barton Health relocated temporary parking as well. For more information about the project, visit http://www.bartonhealth.org.
FLU SHOT CLINIC
El Dorado County Public Health will hold two flu vaccination clinics on Wednesday, Oct. 28. One clinic will be held at South Lake Tahoe Senior Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd., from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m; the second is at Bijou Community School, 3501 Spruce Ave., from 3:30-6:30 p.m. Vaccines cost $10 and no appointment is needed, though no one will be denied service due to inability to pay. For more information, visit http://edcgov.us/Government/PublicHealth/Immunizations/Flu_Clinics.aspx.
Aliyah Rae Calderon-Heinrickson was born on Oct. 21 to Jeffery Heinrickson and Lisa Calderon of South Lake Tahoe.
Christian Lael Fernando was born on Oct. 20 to Yuluis Fernando and Phunyanun Premwhaew of South Lake Tahoe.
Tristina Camaro Lafayette was born Oct. 22 to Bradley Lafayette and Tamara Helton of South Lake Tahoe.
Thiago Israel Macias Mora was born Oct. 23 to Ricardo Macias and Luz Mora Arreola of South Lake Tahoe.
Isabelle Sophia Romero was born Oct. 24 to Nicholas Long and Maira Romero of South Lake Tahoe.
RESORT JOB FAIRS
Heavenly Mountain Resort, Northstar California Resort and Kirkwood Mountain Resort are accepting applications for the upcoming winter 2015-16 season in addition to hosting job fairs on site at each of the three mountains. The resorts will fill a variety of full-time and part-time positions at any of the only three resorts in departments including food and beverage, mountain operations, retail, rentals, ticket and pass sales, and more. New this season, Vail Resorts will also hire 16 and 17 year olds for jobs as cashiers, Ski and Snowboard School teachers’ assistants, guest services representatives, parking attendants, cleaning attendants, ticket sales, scanning and more. Vail Resorts also recently moved to increase the minimum wage to $10 per hour across all resorts.
Northstar California Resort will host a job fair Nov. 6 from 4-7 p.m. in The Village at Northstar.
Heavenly and Kirkwood Mountain Resorts will host a job fair Nov. 7 from 1-4 p.m. in the California Main Lodge.
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