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The Tahoe Tallac Association invites all volunteers – past, present and future – to meet its new executive director, Dr. Stephen Farnsley, at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Valhalla Grand Hall.

The event will feature a potato bar, potluck and good company. TTA will provide potatoes and vegetables, and volunteers are requested to bring one topping for the baked-potato bar or a dessert.

To make a reservation and for more information, call (530) 541-4975 or e-mail candace@valhalla.com.

The Green Party will meet from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Lake Tahoe Community College Aspen Room.

Sarah Curtis of the League to Save Lake Tahoe will give a presentation on the Upper Truckee River and what people can do to help save the lake and the environment.

Other agenda items include Earth Day, 2008 elections, bus needs and fundraisers. There will be free food and beverages.

For more information, call Rod Walton at (530) 541-7729 or e-mail tahoegreenparty@yahoo.com.

The Two Way Immersion Program at Bijou Community School is accepting applications for kindergarten students for the 2008-09 school year.

The program provides an academic program for proficiency in Spanish and English with the goal of full biliteracy for all enrolled students. Students participate in the program from kindergarten through grade 5. Interested parents must complete and submit a commitment form by 4 p.m. Friday to be eligible for the lottery that will take place March 18. Forms are available at Bijou Community School.

For more information, contact Sue O’Connor at (530) 541-2850, ext. 224, or Kathy Haven at (530) 541-5793, or e-mail tahoetwi@gmail.com.


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