The Douglas Democratic Central Committee will conduct its “Turn Nevada Blue” fundraising dinner Saturday at 6 p.m. at the Carson Valley Inn Shannon Ballroom.
The theme this year is a western barbecue and will include a buffet, no-host bar and the following Democratic candidates: Jack Carter, U.S. Senate; Jill Derby, Congressional District 2; Dina Titus, governor; Catherine Cortez-Masto, attorney general; Kate Marshall, state treasurer; Kim Wallin, state comptroller; JoEtta Brown, state Assembly.
There will be a silent auction and raffle with proceeds going to support Democratic candidates. The cost of the dinner is $40 per person. Tickets may be purchased at The House of Orange, 1495 Highway 395, Gardnerville or the Eddy Street Book Exchange, 1225 Eddy St., Gardnerville. Checks may be made payable to the DCDCC and mailed to P.O. Box 1016, Minden, NV 89423. Seating is limited and must be reserved in advance.
Bud Orange and Cindy Trigg are co-chairs of the Douglas County Democratic Central Committee. To make a reservation contact Orange at bud.orange.charter.net or (775) 721-7530 or Trigg at F4Trigg@ aol.com or (775) 338-1561.
High school to host health fair
The Lake Tahoe Unified School District’s Health Committee will sponsor a health fair for the seniors from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Feb. 6 and 7 at the South Tahoe High School library.
Social service agencies, health providers and the police department share information to 400 students supporting them in making healthy choices. Hearing and agility tests are offered as well as information about the consequences of drugs, alcohol and tobacco.
Alternative health practitioners, fitness specialists, physical therapists, dentists or dental assistants are especially needed for 90-minute increments beginning at 8:30 a.m. or for the two days.
To confirm your interest and availability, contact Julia Russell at South Tahoe High School at (530) 541-4111, Lauri Kemper at (530) 577-6404 or Sara Knox at (530) 544-9269.
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