Out & About by Kim Riggs: Reno Rodeo reaching out to Carson foster families
for the Nevada Appeal
When you hear Reno anything, you think it doesn’t apply to the rural areas, but when you talk about this association you are dead wrong. This year the Reno Rodeo Foundation Denim Drive received so much support they decided to assist Foster Families throughout the rural areas.
Licensed Washoe, Carson and Douglas County foster parents and their foster children are invited to attend the fourth annual Foster Family Denim Distribution event. Each child may select two pairs of jeans, a package of underwear and three packages of socks.
Thank you to everyone in the Reno Rodeo Association and all the contributors throughout the rodeo community and citizens that participated in this larger then life event.
WHO: Reno Denim Drive with the Reno Rodeo Association
WHAT: All Licensed Washoe, Carson and Douglas County foster parents and their foster children. Please bring your current license and call if you have questions
WHEN: 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday
WHERE: 2085 Longley Lane, Reno
COST: No cost
LOCAL BLOOD DRIVE
United Blood Services with Miles Construction, in conjunction with Nevada Appeal, Carson Nugget and McDonald’s, is sponsoring a local blood drive at Carson Middle School. This is a wonderful way to help out and support our community.
I am a complete chicken when it comes to needles but I really do believe in giving blood. I’ll be there helping Miles Construction company meet the 30 committed individuals they promised. So please give a call and help save a life. If you are interested, please call and signed up.
WHAT: United Blood Services blood drive
WHEN: 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday Feb. 6.
WHERE: Carson Middle School
CONTACT: Jennifer Duve at 246-3722
RENO ROLLER GIRLS
OK, here is one I had to put in because Carson’s Senta Lanzino – a Carson High grad who works at the JC&C AT&T store – joined this group and is having a blast. The first bout of the season takes place Feb. 20.
Join the Reno Roller Girls Jan. 30 at the Big Horns Game or check out the group at their Web site below.
We now have the Reno Aces, the Reno Big Horns and make room for the first ever all-women’s derby league … the Reno Roller Girls. Seriously sounds like a rockin’, sockin’ good time.
WHO: Reno Roller Girls
WHAT: Half-time performance and sales of Reno Big Horn tickets for $10 for Breast Cancer Awareness
WHEN: Jan. 30
WHERE: Reno Events Center
COST: You can purchase tickets to the Reno Big Horns game from the girls for $10
WEB: renorollergirls.com/ or blog at renorollergirls.tumblr.com
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