RSVP needs volunteer drivers
The Nevada Rural Counties Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, Inc. desperately needs volunteer drivers to pick up seniors at their homes, transport them to medical or dental appointments in Reno for services not available in Carson City and return them home again. Volunteer drivers use RSVP vans in addition to their own vehicles to drive seniors and also to pick up prescriptions and assist with essential shopping. Volunteer drivers are covered for additional liability insurance by RSVP. For information, call 687-4680, ext. 7.
‘Vantage Points’ art show at WNC
“Vantage Points” art show can be seen 9 a.m.-6 p.m. at the Western Nevada College, College Gallery in the Bristlecone Building at 2201 W. College Parkway. The exhibit features photography by Dr. John Lagios and Doug Deacy along with student-produced writings. For information, call 445-3235.
Free tax filing assistance at FISH
Free tax filing and stimulus plan assistance will be provided 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday at FISH, 138 E. Long St. Low income and seniors will be helped to complete and file their 2007 tax returns and the new stimulus plan forms. E-Filing is available. For an appointment call 882-6332. Similar services are available at the Carson, Douglas, Dayton, and Silver Springs Senior Centers. Call them for specifics.
Carson Tahoe auxiliary meeting
The Carson Tahoe Regional Healthcare Auxiliary meeting and luncheon will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Carson Valley Inn, 1627 Hwy 395 in Minden. Ed Epperson, CEO of Carson Tahoe Regional Healthcare, will give an update of the CTRH system. For information, call 882-7057 or 445-5142.
‘Speed Networking’ Thursday in Minden
Carson City Young Business Professionals hosts “Speed Networking,” 5:30-7 p.m., Thursday at Jimmy G’s Smokin Hot Cigar Bar, 595 Highway 395, in Minden. Cost is free to Young Business Professionals members, $5 to non-members. For information, call 450-9595.