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What’s happening

The Douglas Animal Welfare Group will sponsor a pet microchip clinic from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at the Carson Valley PETCO.

Pet microchips are $30 per animal with Linda Miner, D.V.M. The fee includes a registration fee that DAWG will mail to AVID’s nationwide database.

Call DAWG at (775) 267-7325 or visit the Web site at http://www.dawgrescue.com.

Storm cancels GPS session

A free avalanche beacon and GPS seminar that was scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 18 on Blue Lakes Road in Hope Valley has been canceled due to adverse incoming weather.

A new date will be announced later by the Lake Tahoe Snowmobile Association. For more information call Bill Voisinet at (530) 542-1261 or John Breylinger at (775) 588-0619.

Zephyr library closed for now

The Douglas County Public Library Lake Tahoe Branch in Zephyr Cove will be closed until further notice due to a facility heating problem.

The library will reopen as soon as repairs are completed. For details call the Minden Library at (775) 782-9841.

Sixth-grader is spelling champ

Heidi Pan, a sixth-grade student at St. Theresa Catholic School, won the recent spelling bee at the school, which allowed her to compete in a spelling bee in Sacramento in January. During this competition she qualified to compete in the Central California Spelling Bee scheduled for March 1, also in Sacramento.

The winner of the March competition will have a chance to travel to Washington, D.C., for the national competition.

Salsa club to host a party

The Salsa Rueda Club of Lake Tahoe Community College will host its first dance party Feb. 24. The event will take place from 7 to 9:45 p.m. in the college cafeteria. Admission is $5 with a student body card and $6 for the general public.

A variety of DJ music will be played, including Salsa, Merengue, Cha Cha, East Coast and West Coast Swing.

Non-alcoholic beverages will be for sale. Come join the fun and get on the dance floor. For more information call (530) 541-4660, Ext. 362. The college is located at One College Drive off Al Tahoe Boulevard.

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