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Briefs

A fundraiser for the Del Oro mural project, along with an unveiling of a specific design, is set for March 29 at the Del Oro Theater.

The event set for 5:30 p.m. will feature music by the Banner Mountain Band, a discussion by mural artist John Pugh, and a drawing for door prizes.

Pugh will present a slide show of his murals and offer an explanation of the latest mural techniques.



Tickets are $30 per person and $50 per couple.

For more information about the event, contact Teresa Poston at 272-5030.




Kindergarten

registration begins

Children who will be 5 years of age on or before December 2, 2007, are eligible for kindergarten and can start registering.

Parents may need the following during the registration process:

• Birth certificate preferred (or passport or baptismal certificate or county registrar’s statement)

• Immunization record

• Health checkup Ð Report of Health Examination for School Entry Oral Health Assessment

• Emergency phone numbers/contacts

• Social Security number of kindergartner (check school’s requirement)

• Legal documents (such as custody orders or restraining orders, if appropriate)

• Health insurance policy number

• Proof of residence

Call your child’s school for appointments and additional information.

Doolittle opens Nevada City office

Rep. John T. Doolittle, R-Roseville, has opened satellite district offices in Nevada City, Susanville and Quincy.

Nevada County constituents who wish to meet with a member of the congressman’s staff can visit from 10 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, March 27, at the County Executive’s Office on the second floor of the Eric W. Rood Administrative Center, 950 Maidu Ave., in Nevada City.

Residents are encouraged to schedule an appointment by calling (916) 786-5560. All others will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis.

– The Union staff


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