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Centennial Neighborhood News, April 17-23, 2014

REGISTRATION OPENS FOR RIMFIRE LEAGUE AT SHOOTING COMPLEX

Registration is open for the Clark County Shooting Complex’s Rimfire league, set to be hosted at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays through May 29 at 11357 N. Decatur Blvd.

The 22-caliber Rimfire league is set up as a handicap league, which allows shooters to have a target spot based on their individual average.

Those interested in participating may sign up as five-person teams or as individuals who would like to be added to a team. Anyone interested may sign up with Betty-Jane Kuhlendahl at 702-455-2002.

For more information, visit clarkcountynv.gov/shootingcomplex, or call 702-455-2000.

WALK TO SUPPORT NEVADANS WITH DISABILITIES PLANNED

The sixth annual Walk With Me event presented by Easter Seals Nevada to benefit Nevada residents living with disabilities is scheduled at 9 a.m. April 19 at W. Wayne Bunker Family Park, 7351 W. Alexander Road. The event is set to feature carnival games, entertainment, an egg hunt, face painting and live performances. To register or donate, visit walkwithme.org/lasvegas.

CONSTRUCTION RESUMES ON MEDICAL CAMPUS IN NORTHWEST VALLEY

Construction is scheduled to resume on Centennial Hills Center, 6100 N. Durango Drive, a 24.36-acre mixed-use development offering medical and professional office condominiums for sale or lease. The project consists of 18 buildings encompassing 290,269 square feet of medical and professional office and retail buildings in the northwest valley. The partially completed project, on which construction was shuttered in 2008 due to the economic recession, is back on track for an expected phase one completion by summer.

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