-More wasabi helps 9-11 relief effort
On Thursday, the Naked Fish Restaurant at 3940 Lake Tahoe Blvd. will donate 100 percent of their sales for the day to the Red Cross for the devastated survivors of the Sept. 11 disasters in New York and Washington, D.C.
The employees of the restaurant are donating their time to the cause and customers are encouraged to donate further.
All proceeds will be sent directly to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.
The restaurant is open at 5 p.m. and no reservations are necessary.
For further information call Karen at 530-541-3474.
-Health workers gather on Friday
Health professionals who would like to network and share information about their practices are invited to a gathering from 7 to 8 p.m. Friday.
For more information call Dorothy Dumbre, R.N. at (530) 544-8557.
-Republicans will converge at Tahoe
The Lake Tahoe Republican women will host the Nevada State Republican Women’s Convention at the Horizon Hotel on Friday and Saturday.
Besides the convention, there will be a dinner cruise on the Tahoe Queen on Friday night and a banquet in the Tamarack Ballroom of the Horizon Hotel on Saturday night.
For more information please call 775-588-5372.
-Douglas Elks plan to eat pancakes
Minden/Douglas Elks Lodge 2670 and the Douglas County Senior Center will sponsor a pancake breakfast from 8 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday at the senior center, 2300 Meadow Lane, Gardnerville.
The breakfast is $3 per person and includes pancakes, sausage, eggs and a beverage. Proceeds will benefit the Meals on Wheels program. For more information call (775) 783-6455.
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