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Debra Bacchi, owner of Muscle Manipulators, will celebrate the two-year anniversary of her business from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 12, in Gardnerville.

The event, which will include 10-minute myopathic muscular therapy samples, will take place at 1416 Sugar Maple Ave. Look for the house with the bear on the porch.

For more information call (775) 782-2432.

Clerk-treasurer addresses group

Barbara Reed, Douglas County clerk-treasurer, will speak to the Blue Lake Democrats at 5 p.m. Aug. 16 at the Douglas County Library in Zephyr Cove.

Reed, who oversees voting and voting regulations, will explain how the process works and answer questions about the Sequoia electronic voting machines used in the state of Nevada.

She will discuss how the machines work, the voting process and how votes are tallied.

She will also share the “success story” of how well the process has worked in the state.

The meeting is open to everyone regardless of party affiliation and will provide another facet about one of the most important freedoms – the right to open and free elections.

For more information call Joyce Powell at (775) 749-1016.

Safety class is for older drivers

Kahle Community Center will sponsor an AARP driver safety class from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Aug. 18. The class fee is $10.

Better known as 55-Alive, this is the largest driver safe-ty programs for seniors 50 years of age and older in the nation.

Emphasis is placed on age-related changes affected driving skills as well as new driving laws and highway safety tips.

Most auto insurance companies offer a discount for completion of the course.

Advance registration is required.

For more information call (775) 586-7271.

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