HEMOPHILIA CENTER RELOCATES
TO LARGER SITE on maryland parkway
The Hemophilia Treatment Center of Nevada has moved to a larger facility at 3121 S. Maryland Parkway, Suite 206.
The center specializes in checkups and annual exams for those diagnosed with bleeding and clotting disorders. It also houses the Renee Paper Memorial Library, which contains various pamphlets and books on these disorders.
For more information, call 732-1956 or visit cure4thekids.org.
LEARN TO MAKE CANDLES
AT ARTS AND CRAFTS WORKSHOP
The Lieburn Senior Center, 6230 Garwood Ave., plans to host a candles arts and crafts workshop at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday for a $5 fee.
Participants will be able to take home a couple of handmade candles. Advance registration is required.
For more information, call 229-1600 or visit lasvegasnevada.gov.
WEIGHT LOSS CENTER OPENS DOORS
AT DOWNTOWN-area LOCATION
Tree for Life, an HCG weight loss center, has opened at 3856 Meadows Lane.
The retail store offers various food, beverages and supplements to maintain weight loss with the HCG diet.
For more information, call 485-5369 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
BLANKET DRIVE TO BENEFIT SENIORS
AND ANIMAL SHELTERS
Las Vegas City Councilwoman Lois Tarkanian and the Las Vegas Historic District Business Group plan to host a blanket drive through Jan. 14 at the Bo Ho Furniture Gallery, 4221 W. Charleston Blvd.
Blankets will be given to seniors and animal shelters.
For more information, call 229-2299 or visit lasvegasnevada.gov.
HIV/AIDS ASSISTANCE GROUP
RECEIVES $25,000 GRANT
Golden Rainbow, 3233 W. Charleston Blvd., received a $25,000 grant from MAC Cosmetics’ Aids Fund that will go toward the organization’s Affordable Housing Program.
Golden Rainbow, which provides assistance to those living with HIV/AIDS, owns a three-bedroom house, a two-bedroom townhome and eight two-bedroom apartments in its program.
For more information, call 384-2899 or visit goldenrainbow.org.
MEDICARE COUNSELING TO BE OFFERED
Wednesday AT SUNRISE HOSPITAL
Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center plans to offer one-on-one Medicare counseling from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday at its H2U office at 3061 S. Maryland Parkway, Suite 102.
Counseling is by appointment only every 20 minutes.
For more information, call 735-5510 or visit sunrisehospital.com.
RED ROCK CANYON CLOTHING AVAILABLE
Friends of Red Rock Canyon offers limited edition clothing, some with a distinctive howling coyote logo.
The sweatshirt has a map of the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area trails. It’s priced at $24 (or $20.40 for Friends members).
There also is a short-sleeved blue denim shirt for warmer weather, priced at $25 ($21.25 for members).
To place an order, call 515-5360 Tuesday through Friday.
TRANSIT BUSES TO MOVE TO WEEKEND SCHEDULES ON CHRISTMAS, NEW YEAR’S
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada is to operate Saturday or Sunday transit system schedules on holidays, including Christmas and New Year’s Day, due to traditionally lower ridership and less traffic on these days.
The commission enacts Sunday schedules for holidays with the lowest ridership and Saturday schedules for holidays with slightly higher ridership.
Schedules for all commission transit routes are available at rtcsouthernnevada.com or in the commission’s Transit Guide.
For more information, call 228-7433.
RECYCLING PROGRAM TO COLLECT CHRISTMAS TREES FOR MULCH
Recycle your Christmas tree and help create mulch used to beautify and sustain local public gardens and parks.
There are 20 drop sites around the valley accepting trees free of charge from Monday through Jan. 15.
Centennial Hills donation sites include the NV Division of Forestry Nursery in Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs, 9200 Tule Springs Road, and Sunny Springs Park, 7620 Golden Talon Ave.
Donations are to be free of nonorganic objects such as lights, wire, tinsel, ornaments and nails. Flocked trees cannot be recycled.
The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension works with other community organizations to host the recycling event.
The trees’ organic material is chipped into mulch, which helps conserve soil moisture and keeps plants healthy. Last year, Southern Nevada residents recycled more than 15,000 trees, which created 130 tons of mulch for landscaping projects at local parks.
For a complete list of donation sites, visit cdsn.org.
PET HOSPITAL SEEKS DONATIONS
The Paradise Pet Hospital, 1060 E. Flamingo Road, is accepting donations for Noah’s Animal House throughout December.
The shelter is in need of supplies, including paper towels, cat litter, canned dog and cat food, 13-gallon trash bags, pet toys, gift cards to pet stores and more.
Donations will be accepted from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.
For more information, call 734-1711 or visit noahs.theshadetree.org.
US FOREST SERVICE SEEKS VOLUNTEERS
TO ASSIST DURING SNOW SEASON
The U.S. Forest Service is looking for volunteers this winter at Mount Charleston to keep the thousands of visitors safe in the snow.
Snow Play Hosts are to provide roadside information about snow play opportunities and take part in the fun while engaging visitors at snow play sites.
The hosts are also to help visitors have a fun experience while reducing impacts to the forest.
Experience in volunteering in a similar setting is a plus but not required.
Volunteers should be at least 18 years old and able to work outdoors in cold conditions.
Hosts will work on weekends and holidays. Average shifts will range between three and six hours.
Minimum commitment desired is two shifts per month.
Volunteers are needed through the end of March.
For more information, visit
discoverspringmountains.org/volunteer.html or contact Suzanne Hicks at email@example.com or 839-5566.