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The Literature at Lunch Book Club will discuss Ruthanne McCunn’s biographical novel, “1000 Pieces of Gold,” at noon Feb. 8 at the South Lake Tahoe Branch Library, 1000 Rufus Allen Blvd.

This book tells the true life story of Lalu Nathoy, a young Chinese girl sold into slavery in 1871 by her poverty-stricken family and auctioned off in the American West.

This gripping tale of how she struggled out of servitude to live a life of dignity and freedom as a pioneer woman is truly an American success story.

For more information call (530) 573-3185.

Hepatitis group meeting slated

People Helping People South Lake Tahoe Hepatitis C Support Group will meet from 6 to 8 p.m. Feb. 9 at the Barton Memorial Hospital board room, 2170 South Ave.

You do not have to be alone. People Helping People offers compassion and support to individuals and their loved ones who have questions or would like to talk about hepatitis C. Join us, see some old friends and make new ones.

For meeting information or phone support call John, (530) 577-1412; Blackie, (530) 544-3764; Ken, (530) 577-3111; or Rick, (530) 541-6074.

Democrats set precinct caucus

Democrat precinct caucuses for Douglas County have been scheduled Feb. 11. Carson Valley precincts No. 1 through 30 will be held from 9 a.m. to noon at Douglas High School in Minden.

Lake Tahoe precincts No. 35 through 41 will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Douglas County Library Lake branch on Warrior Way in Zephyr Cove.

All registered Democrats are encouraged to attend to elect delegates to the county convention and work on the county platform issues.

For more information contact Vicki Bates at vrbates@charter.net or (775) 265-6827 for the valley or Cindy Trigg at F4Trigg@aol.com or (775) 588-4192 for Lake Tahoe.


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