The Firefighter’s Association of Nevada City is hosting a spaghetti dinner fundraiser from 3 to 8 p.m. today at the fire station on 201 Providence Mine Road in Nevada City.
The event is supposed to raise funds to cover costs associated with training firefighters and obtaining necessary equipment, said Nevada City Fire Chief Sam Goodspeed.
The firefighters will make the dinner, Goodspeed said. Ice cream and lemonade will be served as well, he added.
“I’m hoping we can serve 400 to 500 people,” Goodspeed said. “That would be very successful.”
Tickets to the event cost $10 for adults, and $5 for children. One can purchase tickets at the event. For more information, one can call the fire station at 265-2351 or visit the Web site http://www.nevadacityfire.org.
– Soumitro Sen
Eskaton celebrates fifth anniversary
The senior residential community Eskaton Village will honor its residents and staff at a fifth anniversary celebration on Saturday.
The Grass Valley community includes 130 privately-owned patio homes and a fully staffed lodge featuring 137 independent and assisted living apartments.
Eskaton Village spokesman Katie Bell said the village has become a vibrant community within the greater community of Grass Valley since it opened in 2002.
Health clinic to host open house
The Nevada County Citizens for Choice invites the public to attend an open house at its health clinic in Grass Valley.
Since opening its doors in May 2006, the NCCC Health Clinic, also sponsored by Women’s Health Care Specialists, has served more than 700 Nevada County women, men and teens.
Health care professionals and volunteers who staff the clinic will attend the open house. NCCC board members also will be present to answer questions.
The open house is scheduled for noon to 3 p.m. Sunday at 120 Richardson St., Suite B2. Enter from the rear parking lot. Refreshments will be served.
Open house for choice clinic
The Nevada County Citizens for Choice Health Clinic will hold an open house from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday at 120 Richardson Street, Suite B2, in Grass Valley. Those attending are asked to enter the building from the rear parking lot.
Since opening in May 2006, the clinic’s professional and volunteer staff has seen 700 Nevada County women, men and teens. Staff members will answer questions at the open house and will provide refreshments.
– The Union staff
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