Spaghetti feed benefit for Dayton girl; Bike to Work Week; Old Fashioned Concert

The Dayton Elementary School Booster Club will host a spaghetti feed to help 7-year-old Lindsay Davidson. Lindsay is a second-grader at Dayton Elementary School who was struck by a car while walking in a crosswalk, with her 12-year-old neighbor just three blocks away from her home. Lindsay is under sedation and has been diagnosed with head injuries as well as a ruptured spleen.

Spaghetti feed to benefit Lindsay Davidson

What: Spaghetti Feed and raffle to benefit Lindsay Davidson

Where: Dayton Elementary School, 285 Old Dayton Valley Road.

When and time: 4-8 p.m. May 16

Cost: $15 for a family of four and $1 per additional child. Or $5 per adult and $3 per child under 13

Proceeds Benefit: Lindsay Davidson's extensive medical treatment.


We Can (Ways to Enhance Children's Activity and Nutrition) is proud to participate with Muscle Powered in Bike to Work Week and shine a light on the importance and joy of getting out of our cars and using our muscles to transport our bodies. Bring your whole family and join in the Fun Walk. Meet in front of the Brewery Arts Center to receive your treasure map at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. The walk is 1.4 miles and will circle the historic district. There are different historic landmarks with important facts and questions about the buildings on the walk. Each participating child will receive a map of the walk, a list of special places to find, and a bottle of water. The first 100 children to complete the walk will receive a goodie bag filled with healthy snacks. All children and their parents will receive a raffle ticket for a gift basket. This is a free event to encourage healthy eating and exercising. Please join us for some fun and fresh air.

For details, call Monica at 884-0400 or Donna at 315-6763.


The Capital City Community Band will present an Old Fashioned Band Concert at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Brewery Arts Center Performance Hall. The band will perform a variety of music, ranging from classical to show tunes to marches. This concert is reminiscent of the concerts performed during the John Philip Sousa era. This is a great way to spend time with your family and be entertained for the right price: FREE !

The Capital City Community Band is a volunteer organization that was founded in 1978 as a performance and continuing music education venue for adults. None of the positions, including the directorship, are paid. All concerts are free and open to the public. The band purchases music and necessary instruments through private donations and rehearsal space is provided by the Carson City School District.

For details about the band or the concert please call the director, Richard Doede, at 883-2219.

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