Out & About: Drive One 4UR school is back at Carson High Oct. 22
October 12, 2011
Thanks to Carson City Capital Ford and the Ford Motor Company, you can help raise money for Carson High School athletics. It is a great fundraiser, and for those looking for a great car it’s a win-win situation.
Come down test drive a new Ford and help the Carson High cross country and the girl’s basketball teams. Coach Todd Ackerman said he can’t wait to see you all out there to help support CHS girls basketball team.
The Ford Motor Co. & Capital Ford Drive One 4UR School
WHO: Carson High School
WHAT: Take a test drive in a new Ford
WHERE/WHEN: Carson High School, north parking lot, Saturday, 9 a.m. Oct. 22.
COST: None, but for each driver Ford donates $20.
S.A.R.A. – Sexual Assault Response Advocates
Not many people even know about this program. The program stared in 1996 when a local nurse at Carson-Tahoe Hospital asked a domestic violence advocate if she would come in and help support a young woman who had been raped.
At that time there was no sexual assault program in Carson City. Thanks to Kerrie Solmaassa and Advocates to End Domestic Violence there is now.
The Sexual Assault Response Advocates program has developed training, procedures and volunteer responsive advocates to help assist a person that has been sexual assaulted. If you want to help someone who deserves the needed support and care when traveling through the medical and legal systems in the aftermath of a sexual assault, sign up for the next S.A.R.A training.
Volunteers like you make the difference.
WHAT: Sexual Assault Response Advocates: Provide comfort, support and education
WHEN/WHERE: Call and sign up for the next training session. You must be 18 years old. It includes 40 hours of educational training dealing with sexual assault, a one-year commitment and being on call one week every other month.
CONTACT: Traci at 883-7654
WEBSITE: http://saraadv.org/ click on this site to fill out a volunteer application.
Carson City Classic Ghost Walk
Check out the 19th annual Classic Ghost Walk and experience a few spirits of the past right here in Carson City. Enjoy a guided walking tour of the downtown district’s historic homes, and who knows who is peeking out of those windows so keep a look out.
WHAT: Peek into the past and enjoy an educational tour of the spirits hanging around downtown Carson.
WHERE/WHEN: Tours depart from the Firkin & Fox Pub on 3rd and Curry streets on Oct. 22. The first tour leaves at 10 am. Tours leave every hour until 2 p.m.
COST: All tickets $15 in advance. $20 at the door, younger than 4 free.
WHERE: Visitors Center, 1900 South Carson St. or call, The Firkin & Fox in Carson City
CONTACT: (775) 687-7410 or 800-NEVADA-1
WEBSITE: http://www.brownpapertickets.com go to education category
NEXT WEEK: More scary tours and RSVP has a Nevada Day Spooktacular surprise
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