Time for great kids programs
For the Nevada Appeal
17th Annual Kids Auction & World’s Greatest BBQ
Red’s Old 395’s slow smoked ribs, mesquite grilled tri-tip; L&L Hawaiian BBQ’s chicken, assorted grilled sausage, Red’s prairie fire beans, station seafood pasta salad, bacon red bliss potato salad, southwest cabbage coleslaw. Sounds good doesn’t it? If the Nugget Rib-cook off doesn’t make you happy hit the once-a-year fundraiser for the local Boys & Girls Club. All you can eat … and more.
WHO: Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada
WHAT: All you can eat, all you can drink, music by David John and the Comstock Cowboys, live auction/silent auction MC’d by Helaine Jesse and Kris Holt
WHEN: 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 11
WHERE: Pavilion in Mills Park
COST: $100 each or $1,000 for a reserved table of ten
PROCEEDS BENEFIT: Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada
KIDS & HORSES
This program is awesome, giving children and adults the opportunity to experience horses, freedom and a large dose of fun. The ranch is designed to help special needs children get an experience like no other in Northern Nevada, riding a horse and an “I can do it” attitude. You can purchase tickets online and enjoy a western barbecue, live country music, exciting auctions and a top local teen talent show to boot, at beautiful Crystal Bay Club.
WHO: Kids & Horses
WHAT: Barbecue, live music, talent show and outstanding auctions
WHEN: 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 11
WHERE: Lake Tahoe’s Crystal Bay Club
PROCEEDS BENEFIT: Kids and Horses Therapeutic Riding Center
Annual Stroke to Help Golf Tournament
This tournament has saved so many women within the community by providing 1,025 mammograms, ultra sounds and biopsies since July 2002. Early detection and diagnosis are critical to the battle against any cancer. By playing in this tournament, you help provide resources to women who do not have the ability or funding to get that early detection that could make the simple difference of their survival. So please come out and join Soroptimist in the continuing fight against breast cancer.
WHO: Soroptimist International of Carson City
WHAT: Golf, raffle, and helping save lives.
WHEN: Saturday, Sept. 25, 8 a.m. check in; 9 a.m. shotgun start
WHERE: Eagle Valley Golf Course
COST: $85 includes East or West Course play, golf cart, barbecue and great raffle prizes
CONTACT: Bev Saunders, 450-4940
PROCEEDS BENEFIT: Stroke for Help Breast Cancer Detention and diagnoses
2nd Annual CANCER FIRKIN SUCKS
WHO: Pink Totties 5K Run, walk or crawl
WHAT: Run, walk or crawl
WHEN: Friday, Oct. 8: T-shirt and bib decorating 4-7 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 9: Race check in at 8 a.m., race start at 9 a.m. sharp
WHERE: Firkin & Fox
CONTACT: Heidi McFadden at 232-4188
PROCEEDS BENEFIT: Susan G. Komen for the Cure
This Week: Drop off all gentle used Bags/purses to the Baggin’ Memory Loss Boutique Sale at: The Lodge Assisted Living at 2120 E. Long St., St. Peter’s Episcopal Church at 305 N. Minnesota St., and the Carson City Senior Center at 991 Beverly Drive
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