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GOLFERS CAN DONATE TOYS FOR KIDS
IN EXCHANGE FOR SPECIAL GREENS FEES

OB Sports Golf Management’s Las Vegas Valley golf facilities are encouraging area golfers to donate unwrapped toys through Thursday in exchange for preferred greens fees as part of the Toys Fore Golf program.

Toys are set to be donated to HELP of Southern Nevada, a nonprofit that provides programs such as family services, homeless services and emergency resource services. Golf facilities participating in the holiday program are:

n Angel Park Golf Club, 100 N. Rampart Blvd., is offering 18 holes of golf for $40 Monday through Thursday and $45 Friday through Sunday.

n The Legacy Golf Club, 130 Par Excellence Drive in Henderson, is offering 18 holes of golf for $40 Monday through Thursday and $45 Friday through Sunday.

n Stallion Mountain Golf Club, 5500 E. Flamingo Road, is offering a four-players-for-$100 bounce-back gift certificate valid for greens fees upon the golfer’s next visit to the club.

n Las Vegas Golf Club, 4300 W. Washington Ave., is offering a $35 rate that includes a cart or a $25 rate for those who would rather walk.

n Painted Desert Golf Club, 5555 Painted Mirage Road, is offering a $49 rate before 11 a.m. and $29 after 11 a.m.

For reservations or for more information, contact Angel Park Golf Club at 702-254-4653 or visit angelpark.com/toy; the Legacy at 702-897-2187 or visit thelegacygc.com/toy; Stallion Mountain at 702-547-6601 or visit stallionmountaingolf.com/toy; Painted Desert at 702-645-2570 or visit painteddesertgc.com/toy; or the Las Vegas Golf Club at 702-646-3003 or visit lasvegasgc.com/toy.

ski resort to OFFER
snow program for youths

The Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort plans to offer its Snow Day program for the second year to get youths on the slopes.

The weekday field trip program is designed for public, private and homeschool groups and includes ski or snowboard lessons and lessons about winter first aid and the ecology of the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area.

The program is set to run from January through March. It costs $30 per student, with a complimentary chaperone ticket included for every 12 students, limited to 200 students. A ticket includes two hours of lessons, a lift ticket, equipment rental, lunch at the Bighorn Grill and a cup of hot chocolate.

The resort requires schools to provide one chaperone for every 20 students, and scholarships are available for children whose families cannot afford the fee. Applications are available at skilasvegas.com. Complimentary transportation will be available to schools that book more than 30 days in advance.

For more information, call 702-645-2754.

SNOWSHOE EVENT SCHEDULED

Camp Lee Canyon plans to host its fourth annual snowshoe event from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jan. 26 and 27 and Feb. 23 and 24.

The event costs $15, and participants can spend the night in heated, rustic group cabins and hike the Bristlecone Trail and Camp Lee Canyon. The camp will provide snowshoes for the first 20 people to register. A pancake breakfast will be provided Sunday morning, but participants are responsible for their own food and bedding.

Anyone younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult. To register, visit clarkcountynv.gov/parksregistration and use codes 3406.623 and 3406.624.

For more information, call 702-455-1905.

COMPUTER CLUB PLANS MONTHLY MEETING

The Clark County Commodore Computer Club plans to host its monthly meeting at 9 a.m. Saturday in the Wengert Conference Room at NV Energy, 6226 W. Sahara Ave.

The club meets the fourth Saturday of the month. For more information, contact Al Jackson at 702-645-2402 or ajax2@outlook.com.

NATHAN ADELSON HOSPICE SEEKS DONATIONS THROUGH DEC. 31

Nathan Adelson Hospice is accepting donations through Dec. 31 for families that have gone through the hospice process and seek assistance in their time of need.

The Families in Need program assists patients and families at Nathan Adelson Hospice that might not always be able to afford everyday necessities.

The hospice provides care and support to more than 450 patients and families each day as their loved ones make their end-of-life journey.

Among the items requested are gift cards from Walmart, grocery stores, Babies R Us and Target, as well as gasoline cards. Nonperishable items needed include peanut butter, jelly, tuna, spaghetti sauce, dry pasta, soups and nonrefrigerator microwaveable items.

Items can be dropped off at any Nathan Adelson location: 4141 Swenson St.; in the MountainView Medical Office Building, 3150 N. Tenaya Way (near Cheyenne Avenue), third floor; or 1401 S. Highway 160, Suite B, in Pahrump.

For more information, call Stephanie Forbes at 702-938-3910.

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