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Towntalk: Sept. 25, 2012

The KARE Crisis Nursery is hosting its third annual KARE Affaire at 5 p.m. Oct. 6 at the 200-acre Rincon Del Rio Estate on the Bear River. It begins with appetizers and a hosted bar on the river patio followed by a catered dinner, including wines. The evening continues with desserts and a silent auction at the estate home, followed by the event highlight — a variety of our most colorful local citizens modeling elaborate handmade costumes, which will then be auctioned off. Dancing under the stars around the infinity pool culminates this amazing evening. The proceeds benefit KARE (Kid’s Assistance and Respite in Emergencies) Crisis Nursery, a home where families under stress can bring their small children for respite or emergency child care when no other resources are available to them. The ticket price is $70 per person or $600 for a table of 10.

Visit www.karecrisisnursery.org for information or call (530) 265-0693 for reservations.

Nevada Union presents college and career night

Learn what students and parents need to know about planning for college and careers at 6 p.m. Oct. 9 at Nevada Union High School’s Baggett Theatre. Information about scholarships, arts programs, college applications, military and academic programs and much more will be provided. Representatives from University of Nevada, Reno, University of Oregon, Stanford, Sierra Community College, Chico State University, UC Davis, Humboldt State University, Woolman Semester and others will be presenting.

For the complete schedule, visit www.njuhsd.com.

Benefit today

for Condon dog park

Dogs Run Free of Nevada County, a nonprofit volunteer organization that built and now maintains the off-leash dog park in Condon Park in Grass Valley, is having a benefit today from 5 to 8 p.m. at Mountain Mike’s Pizza, in Grass Valley next to SPD. Mountain Mike’s is donating a percentage of sales to the dog park tonight. This is your chance to have excellent pizza in fine company and help the dog park pay for baggies and other supplies, repairs, insurance and general upkeep. Raffle tickets will be on sale with the prize being a Kathryn Wronski painting of your dog. Check out T-shirts for sale or purchase a brick in honor of your dog (or your business or yourself!). For information, call (530) 346-8864, visit www.DogsRunFree.net or email DogsRunFreeGV@aol.com.


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