Boys age 11 through 16 and parents interested in Scouting are invited to attend a “Court of Honor” ceremony on Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Lake Tahoe Community Presbyterian Church, 2733 Lake Tahoe Blvd.
“Court of Honor” is an evening recognizing scouts of Boy Scout Troop 594 for recent achievements, followed by a slide presentation of activities from the past year.
Any questions regarding Scouting can be answered at the event. New scouts are always welcome. For more information, please call Mark Klover at (530) 577-4480.
Back-to-School Night for STMS parents Wednesday
All parents are invited to the South Tahoe Middle School Back-to-School Night Wednesday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. At 8 p.m. cake will be offered outside the multi-purpose room.
The event gives parents the opportunity to experience each class setting and meet teachers. Information on course standards, content, expectations and outcomes will be shared also. Students will be released on a minimum-day schedule at 12:10 p.m. For further information call (530) 541-6404.
Photos sought for Angora fire victims
The Sisterhood of Temple Bat Yam, the South Lake Tahoe and Valley Regions Jewish Community, is requesting any pictures, DVDs and CDs that people may have of friends who have lost their homes in the Angora fire. The group would like to re-collect these memories and give them back to families who have lost their copies.
Everyone is asked to check their sports videos, team pictures, dance recital pictures and videos, school pictures, church/temple events, newspaper articles, family albums, CDs and videos. The hope is to present each family with a photo box filled with memories.
People are asked to make copies of these pictures, CDs and videos, label them with the family name as well as their own name and send them to A. Blackman, P.O. Box 562853, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96156. Photos will be accepted through Nov. 30. The sisterhood hopes to complete this project in time for the holidays.
For more information call Temple Bat Yam at (775) 588-4503. Leave a message and someone will return the call.
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