OK, guys! Remember, Friday is Valentine's Day. You know the routine: Flowers and sweets would be nice; even nicer would be dinner and dancing.
Sunset Rotary has all the bases covered with "An Affair of the Heart" with dinners, dancing, photos and your own CD. Come and enjoy the fun and support the Polio Eradication Campaign. Sunset Rotary, with new president Ken Hollman at the helm, knows how to have fun.
Now that I mentioned Hollman, I can thank another organization he is involved with, the Porsche Club of Sierra Nevada. I recently attended its first meeting of the year at B'sghetti's and accepted money for children in need. Club president Paul Giannini and its 180 members are supporting a summer scholarship program to will help students who cannot afford to attend 4-H Camp. Listed below is another way you can help the 4-H program.
Also do not forget "An Evening by the Bay" presented by Noon Rotary. You can meet football legend Ronnie Lott and enjoy the essence of San Francisco cuisine. Limited space is available so call early for tickets.
If you cannot find Valentine's See's Candy, check with the Carson Senior Citizens Center. It has some to sell, and it helps a great organization, Call at 883-7887.
Who: Sunset Rotary "An Affair of the Heart"
When: Friday. No-host cocktails 6 p.m,. dinner 7 p.m. Entertainment and dancing until 11 p.m.
What: Dinner, silent auction/raffle, entertainment and two bands. Starting with the jazz combo the Footwarmers to warm you up, it will get hotter with the No Name Band.
Where: Station Grill and Rotisserie,1105 S. Carson St.
Contact: Toni Langston at 882-1117
Cost: $25 per person, reservations required.
Who: 4-H Club of Sierra Nevada
When: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Feb. 22 and 23
Where: Fuji Park Exhibit Hall
What: A large selection of quilts (many of made by Rhoda Fisher), fabric (complete bolts available), unfinished quilts, pillows and decorative textiles.
Cost: Customers will determine their own prices/donations on selected items. Proceeds will go directly to 4-H Program through University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Contact: 4-H Program Coordinator Jill Tingey, 887-2252
Who: Noon Rotary
When: Feb. 22, fully hosted cocktails 6 p.m. A taste of San Francisco fine cuisine 7 p.m. and entertainment
Where: Brewery Art Center Performance Hall
What: Hosted bar, food stations and entertainment. Football great Ronnie Lott. You cannot miss this one -- '49ers and Raiders fan all in one room enjoying a great night. San Francisco fine gourmet dining starting with Chinatown and ending at Fisherman's Wharf. Food is catered by Adele's Restaurant, Molly Gourmet Catering and Linda Marrone. Space is limited, so call soon. Proceeds benefit Rotary yearlong scholarship programs called "Scholarsteps." Every penny raised goes back into the community to help recipients achieve their dreams.
Cost: $125 per person
Contact: Lori Haney for tickets at Business Bank of Nevada, 885-1230
Next Week: Carson City Kiwanis' Hawaiian Paradise night is March 29. Call Rosemary to make reservations at 841-7163. Carson City Lions Club's Crab Feed is March 14. More details coming.
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