The “I’ll Never Speed Again Comedy Traffic School,” based in San Diego, will conduct the only DMV-approved class for traffic violators living in the South Lake Tahoe area.
The class begins at 8:45 a.m. Saturday at the Best Western Station House Inn, 901 Park Ave.
The class is offered to any California or Nevada driver who received a ticket anywhere in California. Attending traffic school will dismiss the tickets and keep a motorist’s good-driver insurance discount.
Traffic-safety expert David McCartney of Placerville will conduct the standard DMV eight-hour class. Advance registration is required by calling the school at (800) 941-2687.
The Kiwanis Club of Lake Tahoe will sponsor the second annual Read Around the World event from 1 to 2 p.m. Saturday at the South Lake Tahoe Branch Library, 1000 Rufus Allen Blvd.
Kiwanis Club and high school Key Club members will read individually or in small groups to children. There also will be prizes and refreshments. The books read will be geared for ages 7 and younger, but all children and parents are welcome to attend.
For more information, call Gail Kolb at (530) 545-9195.
Joan Clayburgh and Marion Gee will make a presentation on climate change at the Saturday meeting of the American Association of University Women. Clayburgh is the executive director of the Sierra Nevada Alliance, and Gee is the water and climate change program assistant and AmeriCorps member.
The meeting will begin at 10 a.m. in the Lake Tahoe Community College Aspen Room in the library wing. Anyone interested in this timely topic is welcome to attend. The presentation will focus on what individuals can do to effect change in a positive way.
Anyone who plans to attend should e-mail Jeanne Benin at email@example.com or call Candy at (530) 541-2799. An optional light brunch will be available for $4.
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