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Jim Grant / Tahoe Daily Tribune / Surrounded by Safeway store employees, store manager Tom Nobriga, center, assists Penny Burroughs, owner of Quilting Tahoe as she draws the winning raffle ticket for a quilt made by Safeway employee Gennie Houser, third from right. The raffle raised $7,800 for the Susan G. Kohmen fund for breast cancer. The winner was Kay Crawford from the San Francisco Bay Area, who was not available for the photo.
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The South Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce Open House will take place from 3 to 7 p.m. Nov. 16 (not Nov. 9 as previously stated in the Chamber newsletter) in the Chamber office, 3066 Lake Tahoe Blvd.

The Chamber is kicking off its 50th anniversary and invites anyone not currently affiliated with the Chamber to attend as well as current members. Current members are encouraged to bring non-member business friends along. As a way to commemorate 50 years, the Chamber will use this forum as a re-introduction to the business community.

For more information call Pamela Ross-Osinski at (530) 541-5255.

Sleep apnea group to meet

People who snore, find it difficult to stay awake during their everyday routine or wake up with headaches could be suffering from sleep apnea. Lucky for them, Barton Sleep Studies Lab has a Group for Apnea Sleeping Problems. G.A.S.P. will meet from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Barton Hospital board room.

Sleep apnea is the most prevalent sleep disorder. The possible dangers of sleep apnea include anything from weight gain and care accidents to heart disease and strokes. Anyone who believes they or a loved one has sleep apnea, or has been diagnosed with the affliction, is welcome to attend the meeting.

For more information contact the Barton Sleep Studies Laboratory at (530) 542-3000, Ext. 3060 or the Barton Health Resource Center at (530) 543-5617.

Sign up for swim lessons

Sign-ups are going on now for swim lessons at the South Lake Tahoe Parks & Recreation Swim Pool Complex, 1180 Rufus Allen Blvd. Group swim lessons are for children 3 to 13 years of age.

Afternoon classes start Tuesday and Nov. 30, and the next evening session begins Nov. 29. The cost is $35 for any of these six class, 40-minute sessions.

Private swim lessons are available for all ages and abilities. The cost is $20 per half-hour for one student. Time and instructors’ availability may be checked out at the Recreation Complex.

Register for all classes at the Recreation Complex Monday through Saturday. For more information call (530) 542-6056 or drop in to speak with the “in the swim” staff.

Veterans Day at American Legion

Veterans Day services will begin at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Stella Van Dyke Johnson Post 795 of the American Legion. These services honoring all veterans will take place in the American Legion parking lot, 2748 Lake Tahoe Blvd., across from the Lake Tahoe Community Presbyterian Church.

American Legion members will be joined by representatives of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Navy Junior ROTC, South Lake Tahoe Police Department, South Lake Tahoe Fire Department, El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. The Black Bear Piper Band will play and Margo Osti will sing appropriate patriotic songs.

Cake and coffee will be offered inside the American Legion Hall following the Veterans Day services.

Everyone who wishes to join in honoring all veterans is encouraged to attend the services. For more information call the American Legion at (530) 541-8788.

LTCC board meets Tuesday

The Lake Tahoe Community College board of trustees has changed its meeting time. The board used to meet at 7:30 p.m. and will now convene at 7 p.m. in the LTCC board room.

The board meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. The next meeting is scheduled this Tuesday.

Seniors meet on Wednesday

The Tahoe Douglas Seniors will hold their monthly membership luncheon meeting at noon Wednesday. Election of officers for next year is on the agenda.

– Provided to the Tribune


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