Out & About — Community Calendar Of Events & Activities
April 14, 2003
Easter is right around the corner, and some great programs are within reach.
The Carson City School District Easter Shoe Program is still under way at Payless Shoe Source. It has 56 tags left for students who need new shoes.
Also helping with the shoe program was the Northern Nevada Woman’s Lawyer Association and the Attorney General’s Office in Carson City. They originally decided to sponsor 61 pairs of shoes, but because of the overwhelming response from the woman lawyers in Carson, Gardnerville and the AG’s Office, they provided more than 250 pairs of shoes. Wow!
I caught Laurie Yott from, Beckett & Yott shopping. She bought shoes for a whole prekindergarten class with matching backpacks and sunglasses
“I am sad to leave Carson City and the community when the store relocates because this town has been very generous — but more important –Eso caring,” said Payless Shoe Source Manager Autumn Smith. I agree.
The Girl Scouts are continuing their annual Easter Dinner Baskets program for the needy. The baskets still need hams. If you purchase a ham and drop it off at the Salvation Army, they will store it until delivery.
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The Carson City Jaycees are boiling up some major fun for the 27th Annual Easter Egg Hunt. They will have 25,000 eggs with hundreds of prizes, plus special guests for children to be entertained. K-Bul 98 FM will provide music while kids search for hidden eggs. Hop on down to see the Easter Bunny and have some family fun Easter Day.
OUT & ABOUT
WHO:E Carson City School District’s Easter Shoe Program
WHEN: Though Friday
TIME:E 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
WHERE:E Payless Shoe Source
WHAT: This program provides students with new shoes for Easter. Take a tag for a child, and Payless will give you an added discount.
CONTACT: Store Manager Autumn Smith
WHO: Carson City Girl Scouts/Salvation Army
WHERE: 661 Colorado St.
WHAT: Girl Scouts food drive in areas for Easter dinner baskets for needy families. Salvation Army is asking for ham so families may enjoy a traditional meal.
CONTACT: Lynn Johnson
WHO: Carson City Republican Woman’s Luncheon
TIME: 11 a.m. social time, 11:30 lunch
WHERE: Carson Nugget’s second floor
WHAT: Guest speakers are Lynn Hettrick, Sharon Angle, Ron Knecht and Tom Grady. Four area members from the Assembly will give mid-term results. Scholarship candidates from Carson and Dayton high schools will attend.EEEEEEEEEE
COST: $14; reservations required
CONTACT: Carolyn, 246-7965
WHO: Carson City Jaycees’ 27th Annual Easter Egg Hunt
WHEN: Easter Sunday
TIME: 11 a.m. – hunt for children with special needs, 1 p.m.- hunt open to all kids
WHERE: Governor’s Field, 850 Evelyn Drive, off of Roop Street
WHAT: Join a traditional Easter hunt for 25,000 eggs and hundreds of prizes. Special guest include K-BUL 98 FM, McGruff the Crime Fighting Dog, Vince and Larry the Crash Dummies, Ronald McDonald and, of course, the Easter Bunny
CONTACT: Wendy for more information
Next week: More on the Carson City Kiwanis/Carson City Jaycees’ Italian Fest Spaghetti Feed. For tickets, call Bryan Bibee at 883-8445. New information on Advocates to End Domestic Violence training sessions.
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