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Street Law forum on estate property law

The fourth presentation in the series of Street Law Forums will take place at 7 p.m. Oct. 2 at the El Dorado County Courthouse, 1354 Johnson Blvd.

The Street Law Forums will be presented each week through Dec. 11. They are co-sponsored by the El Dorado County Superior Court and the South Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce.

The topic for this week’s free educational program is “I Don’t Want the State Taking My Property After I Die.” The program will give the audience an overview of how people can preserve their assets after death and ideas for planning while they are alive. Included will be “living wills,” distribution of assets and gifts.

This seminar will be presented by local attorneys Will Marshall and Joe Tillson.

To reserve a seat and for more information call (530) 573-3064.

‘Best of Tahoe 2001’ tickets on sale now

Tickets for the Soroptimist International of South Lake Tahoe 31st annual food and wine tasting, “The Best of Tahoe 2001,” on now for sale.

Tickets are available at Laine Photolabs in Round Hill Square, Shehadi Motors, two blocks west of the “Y,” from any member of Soroptimist International of South Lake Tahoe or by calling the Soroptimist message line at (530) 573-2433.

This event, which was voted Best Special Event of 2000 in the Tahoe Daily Tribune annual readers poll, is the major fund-raiser for SI of South Lake Tahoe, which funds numerous community projects.

Low-cost vaccinations offered at South ‘Y’

Emerald Bay Veterinary Hospital will conduct a low-cost Petwise dog and cat vaccination clinic from 5 to 7 p.m. Oct. 2 at the hospital in the South “Y” Shopping Center.

Dogs must be on leash and cats in carriers.

Heartworm testing for dogs and leukemia testing for cats are also available at the clinic.

For details about the clinic or to make an appointment at the Emerald Bay Veterinary Hospital during regular office hours call (530) 544-2518.

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