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Tahoe Daily Tribune Staff Reports

An informational meeting for the South Tahoe High School girls soccer program has been scheduled at 2:45 p.m. June 4 at the South Tahoe Middle School soccer field bleachers. The meeting will provide an opportunity to meet coaches Randy and Hugo.

Parking lot sale planned

Al Tahoe Elementary School is planning its ninth annual parking lot sale. The date for this year’s sale is June 5. There will be a nominal fee for a space.

For more information or to secure your space, call Sandy Bobman at Al Tahoe School, at (530) 543-2310, Ext. 242.

Parks and Rec sign-ups

Summer registration is under way for all programs and classes at the South Lake Tahoe Parks and Recreation Complex. For more information call (530) 542-6056 or come by the Recreation Complex at 1180 Rufus Allen Blvd.

Full-day summer camps start up June 21 for all first- through eighth-graders. The cost is $20 per day. Summer Fun Trips costs will vary per trip. Locations include Zephyr Cove for horseback riding, Reno Hilton Fun Quest, Ponderosa Ranch and Wild Waters in Sparks.

The schedules are out for dog obedience, Jazzercize, Tae Kwon Do and Arnis Escrima Kali classes. Space is limited for favorite programs and popular times, so sign up ASAP.

Swim clinics are back with Tahoe Swim Team coach Dale Bogard, who will offer a PM Masters swim workout on Thursdays. Kayak rolling is every Tuesday night through July. Swim lessons begin June 22, with morning, evening, Saturday and private lessons going on now.

Boating safety course offered

A four-lesson, eight-hour course on boating safety is being offered the second Saturday of the month for the next eight months. The course has been developed by the U.S. Coast Guard to teach safe boating to youths in grades six through 12, operators of personal watercraft, hunters, fishermen and other boaters.

The basic course provides information on a variety of topics of importance to anyone using a boat, but does not cover all aspects of every subject. Introduction to Boating, Boating Laws, Personal Safety Equipment, Safe Boat Handling, Navigation, Boating Problems, Trailing, Storing and Protecting Your Boat, and Hunting, Fishing and River Boating will be addressed.

Instructors are all experienced boaters and members of the local U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary flotilla. The third session will take place June 11 at the Tahoe Keys Home Owners Pavilion, 356 Ala Wai Blvd., in the Tahoe Keys. Classes will run from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a half-hour break for lunch. A cost of $15 per person will be charged to cover the cost of materials.

Reservations are required and space is limited. Call Vic Beelik at (775) 588-1385.

– Staff reports


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