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Auditions today for 20 roles

Auditions will be held today, at 7 p.m. in the Duke Theatre at Lake Tahoe Community College.



There are roles for 20 men and women, ages 15 and up. Cross gender casting will be considered.

One of Shakespeare’s best comedies, the LTCC production “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” will have a unique stamp on the original.



Demetrius loves Hermia, but Hermia loves Lysander and Helena loves Demetrius. They all chase each other into the forest ruled by Oberon and Titania, king and queen of the fairies, who are having their own battles.

Add to this a group of “rude mechanicals” or just plain working stiffs, trying to rehearse a play in the same forest, and you have perfect comic mayhem. And of course it all ends happily ever after.

Performance dates are Nov. 9-11 and Nov. 16-18 at 8 p.m., and a Sunday matinee, Nov. 19 at 2 p.m.

Chamber merger Thursday’s topic

Much participation is expected for a South Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce meeting slated for 8 a.m. Thursday at MontBleu Resort Casino and spa.

Some chamber members, upset by a perceived dominance by Nevada in its proposed joint chamber, may opt out of the chamber or try to annul the merger approved a few months ago.

South Lake chamber member Bob Attinger has been circulating a petition asking for member participation to rescind the merger.

Back-to-school at St. Theresa

Back-to-school night for St. Theresa Catholic School is scheduled to begin Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the gym while classroom presentations will start at 7:25 p.m.

School officials ask all parents and guardians to attend both sessions.

In addition, the sixth-grade class will be hosting a bake sale that day to raise funds for a trip to Sly Park Outdoor Educational Camp.

Police warn of phone scams

The South Lake Tahoe Police Officers Association wants to remind residents they do not solicit personal information or donations via the telephone. Association President Josh Adler said the organization does not elicit such information and believes and residents who receive such calls are at risk of being scammed.

“Nobody solicits by phone and if they do, then don’t give them anything,” Adler said.

Fed meeting is open to public

The Lake Tahoe Basin Federal Advisory Committee is scheduled to meet from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Oct. 3, at the U.S. Forest Service office, Emerald Bay Room, 35 College Drive in South Lake Tahoe.

The committee will address issues related to federal activities at Lake Tahoe. Items on the agenda include a new member orientation, followed by a public comment period.

The committee consists of 20 members representing a broad array of constituencies. Eight new members of the committee will be present for the Oct. 3 meeting.

The Secretary of Agriculture chartered the first committee in July 1998 to advise the Federal Partnership on programs and projects within the Lake Tahoe Basin. The committee’s charter has been renewed every two years with the most recent renewal occurring in June 2006.

All Lake Tahoe Federal Advisory Committee meetings are open to the public.

Interested citizens are encouraged to attend. Issues may be brought to the attention of the committee during the open public comment period at the meeting, or by filing a written statement with the committee through Arla Hains, USDA-Forest Service, Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, 35 College Drive, South Lake Tahoe, CA, 96150.

For more information on the Lake Tahoe Federal Advisory Committee, visit the Forest Service Web site at http://www.fs.fed.us/r5/ltbmu/.

– Staff reports


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