Truckee Tahoe community announcements
February 23, 2010
No appointments are needed for these upcoming Placer County-sponsored H1N1 clinics. All are free and open to all Placer County residents. Tahoe – Placer County Clinic, 8665 Salmon Ave., Kings Beach on Thursday Feb. 25 from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m., closed noon to 1 p.m.
In an effort to provide alcohol and other drug prevention services in the Tahoe-Truckee community, interested individuals are encouraged to get together to join a newly formed working group. On Feb. 25 from 2:30 to 4 p.m. at the Squaw Valley Public Utility District, 305 Squaw Valley Road, discuss ways to consolidate and gather pertinent alcohol and other drug-related data to assess the community’s drug and alcohol personality. Contact: River Coyote 546-1924, email@example.com or Devin Bradley 550-2309, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cindy Hartzell, Equine Assisted Life Coach and Animal Communicator, is teaching a Mandala workshop. Mandala in Jungian psychology means a symbol representing the self and inner harmony. Throughout this workshop learn a unique and simple tool to help explore the different aspects of Self and the beliefs in which we operate. Gaining clarity and insight allows you to explore beliefs and choose if they are serving well. Sunday, Feb. 28, from 1 to 4 p.m. at Rainbow Doorways, 8571 N. Lake Blvd. Kings Beach. Cost $40, pre-registration required call (530) 386-3639.
The Tahoe Mountain Milers and Sagebrush Stompers Running Clubs are hosting the and#8220;Fresh Tracksand#8221; 5K Snowshoe Walk and Race at 10 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 28, at the Historic Camp Richardson Resort. The beneficiary is the Eric Nageotte-Lowe Scholarship Fund for the Heavenly Freestyle Team. Visit http://www.tahoemtnmilers.org for complete information.
Day of race registration fee is $40. On-line registration is available at http://www.race360.com. Entry forms are available at Kahle Community Center, South Lake Tahoe Recreation Center, Lake Tahoe Community College, Eclipse Running in Reno, Sporting Rage in Carson City, and the Douglas County Public Libraries in Minden and Lake Tahoe.
Holistic Health for Pets with Dr. Wendy Robinson at Scraps, 10344 Donner Pass Road, Brickelltown, Truckee. Keep your pet healthy the natural way! Holistic pet care focuses on resolving the cause of the problem, not just alleviating symptoms. A look into homeopathic health care and how your pet may benefit. March 7, 4 p.m., (530) 582-5044.
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Please join an inspirational personal enrichment retreat for women, Pathways to Conscious Healing on Saturday, March 6, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Facilitators Gabrielli LaChiara and Lori Friedman of Creative Paradigms from Amherst, Mass. will present an all-day workshop focusing on emotional blocks that hold us back from our true potential. Using a combination of methods from Byron Katie, the Nurtured Heart Approach and primal brain re-patterning, LaChiara and Friedman will transform participants with a day of visualization techniques, journaling, and creative experiences with nature. A fantastic hand-prepared lunch will be included. Space is limited and#8212; please register right away. Visit http://www.lifedesigncollaborative.com.
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