Health professional Jennifer Campbell is scheduled to discuss the functions of muscles during an event called Those Remarkable Joints, planned for 3-4:30 p.m. Friday at the Centennial Hills Active Adult Center, 6601 N. Buffalo Drive.
The exercise mechanics class is aimed at helping seniors learn about growth, movements, stability and posture as related to healthy muscles.
The fee is $2. To reserve a space, call 229-1702.
smokey bear exhibit to be displayed
at lied discovery children’s museum
The “Smokey Bear & Woodsey Owl: Home Sweet Home” exhibit is scheduled to be on display June 4 through Sept. 25 in the Cultural Gallery at the Lied Discovery Children’s Museum, 833 Las Vegas Blvd. North.
The exhibit was developed by the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum in collaboration with the U.S. Forest Service to spread the messages of wildfire prevention and wildlife conservation.
For more information visit ldcm.org or call 382-3445.
Jewish Family Service Agency to honor local heroes during annual brunch
The Jewish Family Service Agency plans to host its fourth annual Tzedakah Brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 5 at the Four Seasons, 3960 Las Vegas Blvd. South.
“Tzedakah” means charity in Hebrew, and the agency invites the community to attend and honor everyday heroes, local people who dedicate their lives to benefiting the world.
Award recipients include Dr. Florence Jameson, founder of Volunteers in Medicine, for her contributions to health care; Shirley Linzy, registered nurse and director of the Adelson Clinic, for her educational outreach; Jack Solomon, chairman and CEO of the S2 Art Group, for his contributions to arts and culture; and Rachel and Sam Ventura for their extensive philanthropic activity.
Attendance at the Tzedakah Brunch helps support the humanitarian programs and services of the Jewish Family Service Agency.
Reservations are $100 per person or $1,000 for a table of 10. Other sponsorship opportunities also are available. For more information, visit jfsalv.org or call 732-0304.
Donations allow Adopt a Rescue Pet animal sanctuary to remain open
After weeks of seeking donations to cover a $70,000 debt, Adopt a Rescue Pet, 1500 E. Tropicana Ave., Suite 105, will be able to keep adoptable animals at its 5-acre Amargosa Valley property.
The $70,000 sum was to cover a balloon payment on the mortgage that was to be paid by a private grant. When that funding was no longer available, the nonprofit animal rescue organization sought donations and conducted creative fundraising to cover the cost.
As of midnight May 1 — the deadline for the payment — the remaining donations were gathered, and the property was saved, said Elizabeth Davis Rubin, founder and president of the organization.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 798-8663 or 883-0035.