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What’s happening

Pop Warner will meet at 5:30 p.m. today in the Cedar Room at the South Lake Tahoe Recreation and Swim Pool Complex, 1180 Rufus Allen Blvd. Board elections for 2005 will take place and voted on at this meeting. Coaches are eligible to be board members in addition to coaching.

This is the most crucial time of the year for Pop Warner as new board positions are selected and new coaches are recruited for football and cheer teams for the upcoming season. In addition, plans are outlined for fund-raising and publicity and sign-up dates are set up for the coming season.

The South Tahoe Pop Warner Football/Cheer organization is strictly run by volunteers. Anyone interested in helping out on the board or volunteering during the 2005 season, or who would like to learn more about the program and how it runs should attend Thursday’s meeting.

For more information call Lisa Slater at (530) 544-6736 or Jean Yingling at (530) 577-2503 or visit the Web site at http://www.southtahoepopwarner.com/.

Hawaiian theme at fashion show

Douglas High School is hosting a Hawaiian theme fashion show at 1 p.m. Sunday at the CVIC Hall in Minden. The show will star all models from Douglas High School including Zack Johnson, Kendall Machutta, Bryan Brady, Katie Derner, Keenan Copp, Shelly Guzman, Mike Buffo, Jessica Derner, Tim Senger, Ashaley Davis, Melanie Moglich, Liz Preston and Spike Agosta.

Models will be showing this summer’s line from Sand-Dune Surf. Sandwiches will be provided, along with a silent auction. Tickets are $8 each, $12 at the door, or a table for eight may be purchased for $50. All proceeds will benefit the school newspaper. Call Katie Derner at (775) 782-1924.

Counseling for seniors offered

El Dorado County Family Caregiver Support Program is offering a new and exciting program, Senior Peer Counseling, to seniors and caregivers, who are 55 years or older.

Join Arlene Hayward from 10 to 11 a.m. Feb. 28 at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd. The program is for people who are stressed out about caregiving or changing roles, grieving, or feeling low, guilty, isolated or lonely.

Free respite care is available to people who qualify. For more information call Family Caregiver Support Program at (530) 621-6151 or (800) 510-2020.

College to host blood drive

Lake Tahoe Community College is sponsoring a blood drive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 14 in the lobby of the college theater. All donors will receive free T-shirts. Appointments may be made at the LTCC Associated Student Council office or by calling Urasha Patel or Laurie Moore at (530) 541-4660, Ext. 229. Appointments are not necessary. Donations are through BloodSource. Donors should eat well, drink extra fluids and bring a photo ID.

-Provided to the Tribune

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