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Dog obedience class at Fuji Park


Dog obedience classes taught by Guy Yeaman begin at 6:30 p.m., tonight at Fuji Park Exhibit Hall, 601 Old Clear Creek Road. Cost for the six-week session is $75.


Each dog needs a choke chain and fabric or leather lead. Dogs must be at least four months old and current in their shots. For information or to register, call 265-4530.




Disabled vets and retirees can still file for stimulus payment


The Internal Revenue Service reminds retirees, disabled veterans and others who normally do not file a tax return that there is still time to submit a 2007 form to receive an economic stimulus payment.


Those who have no tax filing requirement but have at least $3,000 in qualifying income should file a simple Form 1040A. If people want to file their own return electronically using "Free File Ð Economic Stimulus Payment," this is available at www.irs.gov. This program provides free software and free electronic filing of Form 1040A and remains open after April 15. For information, call 800-906-9887.




Scrapbooking class at Senior Center


A one-hour scrapbooking class will be at 10 a.m., today in the Pinion Pines Room at the Carson City Senior Center, 911 Beverly Drive.


Learn how to preserve your photos and memories quickly and easily into safe, meaningful albums. Bring a few photos for a sampler. Fee is $5. For information, call 885-8230.




Capital Christian School enrolling for upcoming year


Capital Christian School is now enrolling grades kindergarten through eighth grade for the coming school year. The school is located at 1600 Snyder Avenue. For information visit www.capitalchristianusa.org or call 883-3009.

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