Nevada Briefly Nov. 20
Aquatic facility offers triathlon
Think you don’t have what it takes to finish a triathlon? Think again. The Carson Aquatic Facility’s Self-paced Triathlon is back.
Keep your exercise program on track through the holiday season and accomplish something you never thought you could.
Like a regular triathlon, this individualized version involves three disciplines of exercise: swimming, biking and running. Participants choose the category distances they would like to enter based on their own schedules, strengths, goals and fitness level, and then have a full 40 days to accomplish that goal.
The triathlon will run Nov. 22 through Jan. 2. The cost for this event is $15 per person. For more information, call 887-2242 or stop by the Carson Aquatic Facility at 841 N. Roop St. to register.
Miss Carson City, Miss Douglas County meeting set
The Miss Carson City and Miss Douglas County Scholarship Programs will hold an informational meeting from 2-5 p.m. Sunday at the Round Table Pizza Parlor on Topsy Lane.
All young women between the ages of 13 to 24 are invited to attend. The age group breakdown is at least 17 and a graduating senior in high school to 24 for the “Miss” category. For the “Teen” category, girls must be 13 by February to 17 but not a graduating senior.
Parents are welcome. If you are interested and cannot attend the meeting, call Shauna Bartshe at 230-3745 or e-mail email@example.com.
Care agency hosts fall seminar today
No Place Like Home, a local personal care agency, is raising awareness about senior-age falling by teaching prevention strategies.
The company is hosting a free fall prevention seminar 10 a.m. today at the Carson Valley Inn.
“Most falls can be prevented, and our fall prevention presentation explains exactly how to do that.” said Rick Ackerson, CEO of No Place Like Home.
For more information, call 392-2000 or visit http://www.nvnoplacelikehome.com.