-Give food, get free haircut
People who bring canned or nonperishable food, toys or cash to California Style, 595 Tahoe Keys Blvd., Suite A on Dec. 15 can receive a free haircut.
Jennifer Tisher, who has 15 years experience, will provide the haircuts on a first come, first served basis from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
“Christmas Cheer is low on food and toys this years. This is an opportunity to get a free hair cut and help your community, too,” said Tisher.
For more information call (530) 543-1534.
-Low cost pet vaccinations
Emerald Bay Veterinary Hospital will conduct a low-cost Petwise dog and cat vaccination clinic from 4 to 6 p.m. Dec. 18 at the hospital in the South “Y” Shopping Center.
Dogs must be on leash and cats in carriers.
Heart worm testing for dogs and leukemia testing for cats are also available at the clinic.
For details about the clinic or to make an appointment at the Emerald Bay Veterinary Hospital during regular office hours call (530) 544-2518.
-Registration for adult basketball
The Douglas County Parks and Recreation will take registration for adult basketball through Dec. 21. Payment is required at time of registration. The cost is $505 per team and includes a minimum of 10 games and a season ending single elimination tournament.
There will be two divisions — the North Division will play on Mondays and Wednesday and the South Division will play on Tuesdays and Thursdays, both at the Pau Wa Lu Middle School. The season will begin the week of Jan. 14. Call (775) 782-9828.
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