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Monday’s Lotto numbers

Monday night’s winning California lotto numbers were: Fantasy 5: 05-15-24-36-37. Daily 3 Evening: 1-3-3. Daily 3 Midday: 0-7-4. Daily 4: 2-5-0-3. Daily Derby: 1st:2 Lucky Star-2nd; 3 Hot Shot-3rd; 1 Gold Rush; Race Time: 1:44.34

For more information visit the California Lottery Web site: http://www.calottery.com.

RPEN meeting today

Retired Public Employees of Nevada will hold an information meeting at 2 p.m. today at Carson Senior Center, 911 Beverly Drive. Marty Bibb, executive director of the state RPEN, will address the group with all the latest pertinent information regarding RPEN.

Dance club presents costume ball

High Sierra Swing Dance Club presents a Halloween costume ball 7-10:30 p.m. on Oct. 22 at the Brewery Arts Center’s Grand Ballroom, 449 W. King St., Carson City. There will be prizes for best costumes in many categories. Partners are not required. Cost is $7 for HSSDC and any swing dance club members or $10 for nonmembers. Join the club that night, and the dance is free.

For information, go to http://www.highsierraSDC.org or call 775-629-9369.

Senior community to take ranch tour

Sierra Place senior living center is hosting a free tour of Carson Valley ranches Wednesday. The shuttle bus leaves from Sierra Place at 10 a.m. and reservations are required. The public is invited.

With summer gone and autumn here, Carson Valley ranches are catching their breath. It’s family time as everyone is preparing for the harvest, checking progress of the fall calves, and getting ready for Thanksgiving.

Fred Stodieck will host the ranch tour, complete with stories about his pioneering family.

Sierra place is at 1111 W. College Pkwy, Carson City. For reservations or more information, call (775) 841-4111.

For more information about Sierra Place, go to http://www.kiscoseniorliving.com.

Trapped Chilean miner to speak at UNR

It has been almost one year since Mario Sepulveda, along with 32 of his mining comrades, were rescued after the San Jose Mine collapsed while they were working 620 meters under-ground. After 70 days of darkness, the miners were saved through an unprecedented united mission of nations and individuals. Sepulveda has since dedicated his life to social work in Chile and gives motivational speeches all over the world.

Sepulveda will share his journey, “Mario Sepulveda: A Personal Story of Surviving Against All Odds at 7 p.m. Oct. 11, in the auditorium in the Davidson Mathematics and Science Building, at University of Nevada, Reno.

Sepulveda’s story showcases the strength of the human spirit and the positive outcomes that can come from teamwork and determination. Through his speeches, Sepulveda delivers a message of global cooperation and building trust to overcome adversity.

Sepulveda will give a smaller presentation to Reno’s Spanish-speaking community on at 7 p.m. Oct. in the Neil Road Recreation Center, 3925 Neil Road, Reno.

These events are hosted by the Latino Research Center. Both events are free and open to the public.

For more information about Mario Sepulveda, visit http://www.mineromariosepulveda.cl.