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What’s happening

Tahoe Daily Tribune Staff Reports

A low-cost vaccine clinic for dogs and cats will be conducted from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Friday at Alpine Animal Hospital, 100 yards north of the “Y” at 921 Emerald Bay Road.

The clinics are offered the second and fourth Friday of every month. In addition to vaccinations, de-worming, heartworm testing, leukemia testing and fecal screening for parasites will be available. Dogs must be on leashes and cats in carriers.

For more information call (530) 541-4040 during regular office hours 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Youth football sets game plan

South Tahoe Pop Warner Football & Cheerleading sign-ups for the 2004 season have been scheduled Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. at the South Lake Tahoe Recreation Complex, 1180 Rufus Allen Blvd., and April 25 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Kahle Community Center, 236 Kingsbury Grade.

Registration fee is $140 for football and $60 for cheerleading. A $20 discount is offered for each additional child and scholarships are available for eligible participants. All new and returning players and cheerleaders must bring a birth certificate. Free physicals are tentatively scheduled at 5 p.m. July 16 at Tahoe Family Physicians.

Yes, SIRs, it’s time to meet

South Lake Tahoe Branch of Sons in Retirement will meet Monday at Teps Villa Roma, 3450 Lake Tahoe Blvd. Officers will meet at 10 a.m. followed by a social hour at 11 a.m. and lunch at noon.

SIRS meets the fourth Monday of each month. For more information call Barrett Stitt at (530) 541-3794.

Free yoga in month of April

Kyss Yoga is offering free yoga classes for the month of April to any service organization in the community with children. Children will learn yoga poses through many elements of nature, anatomy, reading, mathematics, art, music, visualization, imitation and games.

To schedule a time call (530) 541-9642.

Plants workshop slated Saturday

Local botanical expert and doctor of acupuncture, Kimball Chatfield, will conduct his annual medicinal power of Sierra plants workshop at 8 p.m. Saturday at Sorensen’s Resort. A $5 donation per person will be matched by Sorensen’s for Friends of Hope Valley.

With the surging interest in turning to plants and other natural sources as alternatives to synthetically produced medicines, this course is timely. Through a slideshow presentation, Chatfield explores lesser known remedies.

Workshop attendees will learn how Chatfield has uncovered some of the Alpine plant secrets, based on his research. To make reservations for the class, dinner or lodging, call Sorensen’s Resort at (800) 423-9949.

Book fair held at Embassy

Books are Fun – Spring Savings, hosted by Embassy Suites Resort Hotel, will take place Sunday and Monday in the lobby of the hotel at Stateline.

The community is welcome to come and enjoy a wonderful selection of beautifully displayed high quality, hardcover books including cookbooks and sports to health, crafts, nature and reference books. There will be something for everyone all at a savings of up to 70 percent off the regular retail price.

A portion of the proceeds will go to the Embassy Suites Care Committee, whose mission is to provide community programs and donations to such causes as the annual Community Holiday Event hosted by Embassy, the middle school’s Wide World of Work program and El Dorado County Animal Control.

– Provided to the Tribune


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