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What’s happening

The Family Resource Center is asking the community to help with its Christmas basket and gift giveaway to families in need this holiday season. Sponsors have been found for most of the 80 families the center has adopted, but more help is needed.

Each basket costs between $60 to $75 and is filled with many necessities for daily living such as toiletries, cleaning supplies, canned goods, nonperishable food and paper products. These baskets allow recipients to divert their income toward providing a Christmas celebration for their families. Assistance in any form would be greatly appreciated.

To make a donation and for more information call the Family Resource Center at (530) 542-0740.

Booster club to wrap gifts

Tahoe Gymnastics Booster Club will wrap Christmas gifts from 12:30 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the old Clothestime next to Raley’s at the “Y.”

Team members of Tahoe Gymnastics and booster club members will do the wrapping while you wait or while you shop.

Prices will vary depending on size.

This is the club’s first fund-raiser and proceeds will support and promote youth gymnastics throughout the Lake Tahoe Basin as well as help realize the dream of bring a gym meet to the basin in 2006.

Info meeting on business district

The South Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce and South Lake Tahoe Lodging Association will sponsor a business owner informational meeting from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Dec. 21 at The Inn by the Lake Conference Center, 3300 Lake Tahoe Blvd.

The purpose of the forum is to provide facts and infor-mation about a proposal for a Business Improvement District.

The forum will begin with a brief informational session by BID proponents and legal counsel Dennis Crabb.

That will be followed by as many written questions as can be handled.

This is not a debate format, but rather a written question style so that as many questions as possible can be answered.

For more information about this forum, call Duane Wallace at the SLT Chamber at (530) 541-5255, Ext. 26.

– Provided to the Tribune

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