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What’s Happening

El Dorado County Workforce Investment Act Program provides free employment assistance at the OneStop Employment Resource Center at 981 Silver Dollar, Suite 1, in South Lake Tahoe.

The office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

There are computers for Internet job search and online applications, a phone and fax for employer contact, and current listings of area employment opportunities.

The OneStop also offers free workshops for job seekers such as Résumé Writing, Interviewing Success, Identifying Skills, Math Skills and Master Application/Cover Letter.

For more information or to sign up for a workshop, call (530) 573-4330.

Lake Tahoe Snowmobile Association meets Thursday

The Lake Tahoe Snowmobile Association will meet Thursday at the Lakeside Inn & Casino Timber Topper Room in the Timber House Restaurant.

The board meeting will start at 5 p.m., dinner off the menu is at 6 p.m., and the regular meeting is at 7:15 p.m. All snowmobilers, prospective members and guests are welcome.

The club promotes safe riding, group rides and family activities in addition to environmental and political issues to keep riding areas open to snowmobilers as well as summer activities.

For more information, call John Breylinger, president, at (775) 588-0619.

STHS Booster Club meeting is next week

The South Tahoe High School Booster Club, which usually meets on the first Wednesday of the month, has rescheduled its November meeting to 6 p.m. Nov. 14 in the high school library.

The meeting change is because of the fall sports banquet, which will take place this Wednesday.

AAUW program to focus on global poverty

The South Lake Tahoe American Association of University Women Great Decisions Group will present a program called One Shared World.

This discussion Saturday introduces program attendees to global poverty and helps interested parties personally connect with the issue.

Linda Sekiguchi, chair of the AAUW International Committee, will help guide the program, offer insights to its development and share her experiences.

A simple brunch will be available for $4. RSVP to Candy Kelly at (530) 541-2799 or jlbenin@charter.net by Thursday.

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