Want to give of yourself? Volunteering is a timely topic as Make A Difference Day is Oct. 25. There are plenty of opportunities in the Summerlin area to get involved depending on your interests.
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Make A Difference Day is the nation’s largest day of community service. For more than 20 years, USA Weekend magazine has organized people throughout the country to improve the lives of others.
Millions of volunteers will offer their time and talent to help others Oct. 25 for Make A Difference Day.
Helping nonprofits stretch their budgets isn’t the only benefit volunteers provide. Their work also touches people’s lives.
In honor of Make A Difference Day on Oct. 25, Henderson View set out to profile individuals and organizations dedicated to making a difference in Henderson and its surrounding communities. A desire to advance literacy is the mission of at least two Henderson-based organizations.
From providing holiday meals to working with rape victims, local volunteers are working to inspire and assist their communities.
In celebration of Nevada Day and Craig Ranch Regional Park’s one-year anniversary, recreation fanatics will have an opportunity to gather and explore the vast outdoors of the Mojave Desert.
Being a stay-at-home mom isn’t easy.
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By engaging the children with hands-on activities, instructor Bonnie Kulwin teaches students about health and kitchen safety while they how learn to cook and bake through classes offered by the city of Henderson.
The city of Henderson is closer to achieving its goal of providing a park within a half mile of every residence as the Inspirada community celebrated the opening of its Capriola and Potenza parks Oct. 4.
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View Neighborhood News explores additional volunteer opportunities throughout Henderson.
Times are tough, no doubt about it. Especially on a reduced income.
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Las Vegas historian Eugene P. Moehring examines Reno and Las Vegas from the postwar decades through today with an emphasis on 1970-2014 in “Reno, Las Vegas, and the Strip: A Tale of Three Cities.”
Henderson calendar highlights include PurpleLight Las Vegas, a pancreatic cancer awareness event, and a Blessing of the Animals.
Could it be true that lifelong readers and lifelong foodies both need to start early in their passions? I’ll bet it is – which is why “How to Bake a Book” could be a good addition to your (pretend) kitchen.
Any time local musicians get together for a bluegrass jam session, there’s no set lineup of songs and no featured player with a backup band. Instead, there is plenty of picking and plucking and a whole lot of smiling. That’s what to expect at the Ward 5 Bluegrass in the Park concert, a free, monthly, two-hour event planned at the Lorenzi Park Lake Band Shell.
View Neighborhood News readers send photos of their pets and everyday lives, and View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week. To submit a photo, email View copy editor Anne King at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to View, C/O Anne King, 1111 W. Bonanza Road, Las Vegas, NV 89125. Photos cannot be returned, and due to the high volume, they are often scheduled a month or two in advance.
Air Force Airman Brandon R. Clevinger graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio. Clevinger is the son of Eric Clevinger of Las Vegas.
READER DISSATISFIED WITH DOWNTOWN SUMMERLIN
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