CHARITY EVENT TO HONOR
‘COMMUNITY STARS’ THURSDAY
The Corner4Success Charitable Foundation is set to host its annual awards gala, Honoring Our Community Stars, at 6 p.m. Thursday at Texas Station, 2101 Texas Star Lane.
Food, a silent auction and live entertainment are planned. Awards are to be given to AT&T Pioneers, Caesars Entertainment, Cox Communications, KCEP-FM 88.1, Safe Nest and Winsome West Apartments. Syndicated talk show host Daliah Wachs is set to be the master of ceremonies.
Individual tickets are $60, and a table of 10 is $550. For more information, email email@example.com or call 888-803-7661.
TEA TASTINGS TO EXPLORE VARIETIES
Taste and compare a variety of teas from around the world at three upcoming educational tastings at Tea-rrific, 570 W. Cheyenne Ave., Suite 180.
Festivities begin at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 13 and June 27 to discuss oolongs, greens and rooibos/white teas. The fee is $15 per session. Reservations are required. For more information, visit tea-rrific.com or call 228-8327.
WOMEN OF HIGH CALIBER SET TO MEET
Women of High Caliber, a monthly social group for women to learn about firearms or improve their shooting skills, is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Clark County Shooting Range, 11357 N. Decatur Blvd.
Each meeting includes a social and educational hour, followed by target shooting at the rifle and pistol range.
For more information, call 455-2000, email womenofhighcaliber@
clarkcountynv.gov or visit facebook.com/womenofhighcaliber.
WOMEN’S FOOTBALL TEAM’S FINAL
HOME GAME SCHEDULED SATURDAY
The final home game of the regular season for the Silver State Legacy women’s football team is planned for 7 p.m. Saturday at Legacy High School, 150 W. Deer Springs Way.
The team plays full-contact, full NFL rules via the Women’s Football Alliance.
Admission is $10 for adults, $7 for military personnel and seniors and $5 for kids. Kids younger than 12 are admitted free with a paying adult.
For more information, visit wfafootball.com or silverstate
VENUS EXPECTED TO PASS
BETWEEN EARTH AND SUN
A transit of Venus, when the planet passes directly between the sun and Earth and can be seen as a small black disk against the sun, is expected around 5 p.m. June 5 or 4:45 p.m. June 6. The sighting occurs two times in succession every 125 years.
The most recent transit was in June 2000. For more information, call the College of Southern Nevada Planetarium at 651-4759.
REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING PLANNED
The North Las Vegas City Council is set to meet at 6 p.m. June 6 at City Hall, 2250 Las Vegas Blvd. North.
For more information or for a copy of the agenda, visit cityofnorthlasvegas.com or call the city clerk at 633-1030.
MIXED MARTIAL ARTS COMPETITION SET
TO BENEFIT MILITARY SERVICE MEMBERS
Rogue Warrior Cage Fighting Championships, a mixed martial arts competition to benefit wounded military service members, is planned for 7 p.m. June 16 at the Cannery Casino, 2121 E. Craig Road. The event is to aid the Stars and Stripes Foundation, a local nonprofit organization assisting wounded military service members, veterans and their families. Stars of Ultimate Fighting Championship and Mixed Martial Arts are slated to participate.
Tickets are $75 for ringside, $35-$55 for tiered seating and $20 general admission, plus tax and fees.
Purchase tickets at cannerycasino.com or 507-5757.
NEW PARK RECOGNIZED BY STATE SOCIETY
Tropical Breeze Park, at Tropical Parkway and Bruce Street, was awarded the 2012 Elmer H. Anderson Park Excellence Award, a recognition of excellence in park planning and design by the Nevada Recreation and Park Society. The park is the city of North Las Vegas’s newest attraction. It is a 20-acre location with three lighted soccer fields, an all-ages playground, a water play area, group picnic grounds and walking trails.
KIWANIS CLUB WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS
The Kiwanis Club of North Las Vegas, a chapter of the international service organization, is scheduled to meet at
6:15 p.m. each Tuesday at T.G.I. Friday’s in Aliante Station, 7300 Aliante Parkway.
Club community projects have included canned food drives, car shows, kites in the park events and charity fundraisers.
The fourth meeting of the month is limited to members only.
For more information, visit nlvkiwanis.com or call 399-0332.
SOUTHERN NEVADA HEALTH DISTRICT
CLOSES MAIN FACILITY
The Southern Nevada Health District has suspended operations at its main facility at 625 Shadow Lane as a result of an engineering report that found that the main building lacks an internal support system and may be unsafe to occupy. This closure impacts only services in the main building.
Services provided in the outlying buildings on the campus are not affected at this time, and services will continue to be available at public health centers in East Las Vegas, Henderson, the Cambridge Community Outreach Center and at service sites throughout the valley. Updated information on service availability also is available at southernnevadahealthdistrict.org or by calling 759-4636 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Client services that are available at other locations include:
Birth and death records at the East Las Vegas Public Health Center and the Henderson Public Health Center
Health cards at the East Las Vegas Public Health Center and the Cambridge Community Outreach Center
HIV/AIDS testing at the East Las Vegas Public Health Center and the Henderson Public Health Center
Immunization clinic at the East Las Vegas Public Health Center and the Henderson Public Health Center
Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic at the East Las Vegas Public Health Center and the Henderson Public Health Center
Services that have been temporarily suspended include: Food and pool plan review, individual sewage disposal system plan review, loan certifications for private water supplies and sewage disposal systems plan review and parcel maps plan review.
The health district is anticipating that these suspended services will be operational soon, and the environmental health staff does not foresee an adverse impact on any local businesses.
LOCAL ROTARY CLUB TO MEET
The North Las Vegas Rotary Club of Las Vegas meets at 7:15 a.m. Fridays at the Painted Desert Golf Club, 5555 Painted Mirage Road.
The weekly breakfast meetings include guest speakers, networking, education workshops and service projects.
For more information, visit nlvrc.org/newsite or call Bob Lillis at 340-9735.
GRIEF CAMP COMING JULY 20-22
TO LOVELL CANYON
Camp Mariposa, a grief camp, is scheduled for July 20-22 at Camp Potosi in Lovell Canyon, 12 miles southwest of Red Rock Canyon.
The camp is accepting applications from children 7 to 12 who have lost a loved one.
It is partially funded through grants from Cox Communications and Speedway Children’s Charities. There is no cost to families of accepted campers. A $25 refundable deposit is requested with the application in order to reserve a space. Reservations should be received by June 22.
CAMP REGISTRATION OPENED
Open registration for Clark County Parks and Recreation’s summer overnight camps in July is under way.
The price is $400 per child.
This fee includes all meals, snacks, activities, supplies and an official camp T-shirt. Omni Discovery Camp, for ages 8 to 12, is set to take place from July 22-27, and the On the Edge Camp, for ages 13 to 15, is set for July 15-20.
Both camps will take place at Camp Lee Canyon, about 30 minutes from North Las Vegas.
For more information, call 455-1905 or visit clarkcountynv.gov/parks.
4-H CAMP PLANNED AT LAKE TAHOE
The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension Southern Area’s 4-H camp is planned for July 29-Aug. 4 at the Nevada State 4-H Camp at Lake Tahoe. Registration is open to campers 9 to 15 until the camp is full.
The cost is $350 and includes transportation, meals and activities. To sign up, contact Mary Regan at 257-5524 or firstname.lastname@example.org.