Amy Roby

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Sertoma golf tourney set for Oct. 2

Pre-registration for the Carson Valley Sertoma golf tournament is due by Sept. 25

Wild animals evacuating from fire, too.

As the Caldor Fire continues to push eastward, animal encounters may increase in areas around the Tahoe Basin and especially in Douglas County, according to a Nevada wildlife official.

Fall is prime time to plant perennials

Business is buzzing at Lorraine and Ed Fitzhugh’s garden nursery, VitalBeeBuds LLC. The Gardnerville Ranchos couple’s mission to increase local pollinator populations and landscape sustainability determines their nursery’s plant offerings, and Lorraine encourages clients to consider permaculture when planning their green spaces (permaculture is a gardening system that is ecologically sound and self-supporting).

Bark in the Park fundraiser delayed until Sept. 17

Bark in the Park was delayed until Sept. 17 due to the forecast smoke for Friday.

Aktion Club reaches for the stars

Kiwanis International is a service organization dedicated to “Improving the world one child and one community at a time” (kiwanis.org) and is the official sponsor of Aktion Club, “Where development has no disability” (aktionclub.org).

Summerfest celebrates Hope and Healing’s 10th anniversary

The Douglas Center for Hope and Healing and Carson Valley Active 20-30 Club host the 5th annual Summerfest: Brats, Bands, and Brews fundraiser on Aug. 28.

Agricultural Heritage Day coming Aug. 7

The Douglas County Historical Society hosts Agricultural Heritage Day at the Carson Valley Museum & Cultural Center on 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 7.

Back-to-School immunization clinic next week

Douglas County Community Health Clinic hosts a back-to-school immunization clinic 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. July 29.

Back-to-School Bash set for Aug. 7

Ranchos Roundup for July 15

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