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Kindergarten information available

Upcoming kindergarten students at Lake Tahoe Unified School District for the 2006-07 school year need to take several steps for admittance. Parents should register their children at their designated school. School boundaries can be found at

To be eligible for enrollment, a child must be 5 years old on or before Dec. 2, 2006.

Also needed are the child’s birth certificate, proof of immunization, a skin past from the past six months, a health examination upon entry to school and proof of California residency.

For more information, contact (530) 541-2850, ext. 248.

Seminar slated on earthquakes

What’s shakin’ at Lake Tahoe? Find out on Sept. 13 from 1 to 5 p.m. when renowned geologist and predictor Jim Berkland and author-earthquake sensitive Cal Orey offer the first interactive cutting edge seminar that will teach you quake prediction techniques.

The courses teaches how to put Berkland’s earthquake prediction methods to work: Including the study of tides, lunar cycles, magnetic field changes, etc.

Also, techniques on how to understand animal sixth sense will be presented where participants can learn how to tune into both wild and domestic animals strange behavior prior to an oncoming quake.

There will also be a instruction on how to fine-tune earthquake human sensitivity such as anticipating natural disaster events if one has headaches, ear tones, dreams/visions, intuition.

The seminar will also feature a course in proactive steps in dealing with present and future earth changes.

The seminar will be at the Horizon Casino Hotel, Highway 50, Stateline, Nevada. The fee is $75 and includes a signed copy of “The Man Who Predicts Earthquakes” by Orey and Berkland, a tidal calendar, discount on new earthquake disaster preparedness products, discount on a room at Horizon Hotel.

Payment for the seminar can be made in advance via PayPal at, or send a check to Jim Berkland at Sign up early and get a $10 discount.

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