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Women will gather this Memorial Day weekend for a seventh annual healing circle in the Sierra Nevada foothills on the San Juan Ridge.

Register now to attend from May 23-26 – or come for one day.

The site, on the San Juan Ridge 30 minutes from Nevada City, offers camping, and limited indoor accommodations are available for those with special needs.

The cost of the event is on a sliding scale from $120 to $200 for adults, $100 for youths ages 13-19 and $35 for children ages 4-12. Children 3 years and younger are free.

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Attendance also is available at a cost of $50 per day.

Fees include meals for all participants, and some volunteer scholarships are available.

For information, call Lighting Our Path at (530) 913-5480 or e-mail

First Baptist Church will honor Armed Forces Day and Memorial Day with a special service at 11 a.m. Sunday.

The church encourages military attire and memorabilia as a salute to troops and veterans. The South Tahoe High School NJROTC Color Guard is due to attend as well.

A potluck dinner will follow the service, along with patriotic music.

Pastor Alan Morse, a Vietnam War veteran, is giving the sermon. All faiths are welcome to participate.

First Baptist Church is located at 1053 Wildwood Ave., South Lake Tahoe. For more information, call the church office at (530) 544-2743.

The Nevada Chesterton Society presents nationally known Catholic apologist Mark Shea’s talk, “101 Reasons Not to Be a Catholic,” at 7 p.m. June 6 at St. Albert the Great Catholic Church after the first Friday Mass.

For more information, go online to, or call Jim Carrico at (775) 223-8958.

Join Stew and Hillary Bittman for the final night of study of Eckhart Tolle’s “A New Earth” from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday.

Come to the Unity at the Lake office in the Starlake Building at 2489 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Suite 27. A love offering will be accepted.

For office hours and a current schedule of events, call (530) 544-2266, or visit

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