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What’s happening

A radio play titled “Will Virtue Pay” will be presented Friday, March 3, at the Senior Citizens Inc. potluck meeting. The potluck begins at 5:30 p.m. and entertainment starts at 6:30 p.m. at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd. In case of inclement weather call the senior center at (530) 542-6094 for message.

The play was written by Elizabeth Means and includes comedy and surprises as the characters find out whether or not they make it into heaven. Cast members include Mel Laub, Eleanor Cosmos, Francine Garcia, Vern Lee, Anne Manoff, Arline Gordon, Ruth Paine and Gloria Haworth.

Anyone attending the potluck should bring a plate and utensils as well as a food dish to serve six to eight people. Participants can wear green if they wish as St. Patrick’s Day is March 17.

Event features English prof

The South Lake Tahoe Branch of American Association of University Women will conduct its monthly program meeting at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Lake Tahoe Community College Creekside dining room.

Michelle Risdon, English professor at LTCC, will speak on “Women in Literature.” The cost of lunch is $12 and includes the lecture.

Reservations should be made by calling Jeanne at (530) 541-1371 by Monday morning. Anyone interested in the program or becoming an AAUW member is welcome to attend.

Republicans to gather Thursday

Douglas County Republican Central Committee will meet Thursday at the Law Enforcement and Judicial Center in Minden, Judge Michael Gibbons’ courtroom. Social begins at 7 p.m. and the meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. The speaker will be candidate for governor of Nevada , Lt. Gov. Lorraine Hunt. For more information contact Joe Denton, valley vice chair, at (775) 265-7465 or Kathleen Sloan, lake vice chair, at (775) 588-3762.

Effects of loss are lingering

Friends with Compassion, formerly called Compassionate Friends, will meet from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd. The group is for families who have lost a child of any age.

The purpose of Friends with Compassion is to bring comfort and to help one another cope, especially with holidays and people who don’t understand the effect of such a loss over time. Rebecca Phillipsen, social worker with Barton Hospice, is the professional advisor to the group. She has worked with families to cope with grief at the loss of their loved ones.

For details call Arline at (775) 588-6997 or Jonquil at (530) 544-6892.

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