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Barton HealthCare System still has flu vaccine available at Stateline Medical Center. So, if you missed our 2005 flu clinics, you’re in luck.

Flu shots will be available at Stateline Medical Center on a first come, first served basis until all vaccine has been administered.

For more information, call the Barton Health Hotline at (530) 543-5830, Stateline Medical Center at (775) 589-8900.

Or visit the Web site at http://www.bartonhealth.org and click on Health Info – Flu & Pneumonia Shots.

Students to take trip to Mexico

Spend three magical weeks in Mexico with Lake Tahoe Community College July 5-22. Faculty members Nancy Barclay and Tere Tibbetts will lead this study-abroad program that begins with a guided tour of Mexico City.

Students will visit the pre-Aztec pyramids of the sun and moon, Aztec ruins of Tenochtitlan, and many museums and sites including the Palace of Fine Arts, Museum of Anthropology, visit the Basilica of Guadalupe, and see much of the work of Diego Rivera.

Students then travel to Guanajuato for two weeks of intensive Spanish language with the Don Quijote School.

Students can enroll in their choice of transferable Spanish courses from Spanish 101 (beginning) through Spanish 212 (advanced). Guanajuato’s beautiful colonial buildings, modern museums, and relaxed atmosphere will charm students. The program price is $2,503, including airfare.

For more information, contact international education coordinator Melonie Guttry at (530) 541-4660, ext. 370 or e-mail: guttry@ltcc.edu.

Or stop in the international education office in E104. All study abroad programs can be found on the Lake Tahoe Community College Web site at http://www.ltcc.edu. Click on special programs, then international education.

Sign up now for swim class

Sign-ups are going on now for swim lessons at the South Lake Tahoe Parks & Recreation Swim Pool Complex.

Early evening sessions are scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays, Jan. 10 to 26, and a Saturday morning group will take place Jan. 14 to Feb. 28.

Group swim lessons are for ages 3 to 13, and the cost is $35 for any of the six class sessions.

Private swim lessons are ongoing and great for all ages and abilities. Cost begins at $20 per half-hour for one student. Drop in the Recreation Complex to check out times and instructor availability.

Register for all classes at the South Lake Tahoe Recreation & Swim Pool Complex, 1180 Rufus Allen Blvd., Monday through Saturday.

If you have questions call (530) 542-6056 or stop by now to sign up for swimming.


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