Incline Village community notes: Time to turn back the clock
November 2, 2016
It was so much fun to start out the week with that white blanket covering the tops of the mountains again. Now I hope we can pull that blanket all the way down to the lake! Bring it on!
Remember to set your clocks back on Saturday evening when you retire or you will be early for all of your Sunday events! Time to fall back. Goodbye, daylight saving time.
AAUW will hold its monthly dinner meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 16, at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Non-Profit Center. Learn about Aging in Place in North Lake Tahoe from the panel: Sarah Deardorff, Executive Director of Sierra Senior Services; Howard Beckerman, Senior Recreation Leader at IVGID; and AAUW member, Helen Voss. Reservations must be made to Kelley Werner at email@example.com by Monday, Nov. 14.
Attend the presentation, "What is Brexit and How Does It Impact Me," from Noon – 1:15 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, in Room TCES 139/140 at Sierra Nevada College. Dr. Przemek Ociewicz from Poland presents this one-day discussion on European current affairs. Learn about the most up-to-date research and critical impacts of topics including Brexit, Iranian Nuclear Programs, Syria's Current Politics, and the Russian Annexation of the Crimea from an international expert. Contact Tara Madden-Dent at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
One Birthday to celebrate this week: Tom Rosenthal on Nov. 7. Happy Birthday!
The Deal or Steal for this week is to shop online at Raley's. Shop, select a time to pick up your order and they will have it all ready and bring it out to your car! Now that is a deal!
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