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Water conservation can be easy to carry out
BY DEBBIE BROWN

The drought in California is so severe that Folsom Lake is at record low levels. Due to the lack of water in the reservoir, some neighboring communities have limited water use for its residents.

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t this time of year, we usually expect to see green landscapes, neighbors planting flowers to brighten up their yards and rain puddles that barely seem to dry out before the next rain comes. However,

this year, it seems that all we see are dry fields, water restrictions and a drought that has created a thin layer of dust to hang over our state. We’re all looking for ways to conserve water, and if you lived through the California drought of the late ’70s, you may

remember some tips from that time. Below are 15 water-saving suggestions that, if everyone would observe, will help us get through this difficult time with a lot more ease. Hopefully these new lifestyle changes for today will become your habits of

tomorrow. These tips are from the EPA, Redwood City Public Works, Ace Plumbing and sagethrive.com.
1. Water conservation is something that requires the assistance of everyone in the family. To get

kids into the act of water con-

servation, assign a week for each of your children to “police” the rest of the family. It will teach the kids about the importance of water conservation and allow them to be the “boss” of mom and dad once in a while (even if for a brief time each day).

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Lincoln residents were excited to see a storm bring in lots of rain for about three days in early February. However, this one storm was not enough to alleviate the drought and we must all do our part to help conserve.
2. When you begin your normal morning or night routines, think about the order in which you do your routines. We all know that

it takes a while for the

water to warm up so use the hot water side of your faucet to wet your toothbrush, and as needed, turn the water back on to rinse. By the time you wash your

face, the water will be warmer and you’ll have avoided wasting water by letting it run to reach the desired temperature.
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DROUGHT: Recycling, saving water is simpler than it sounds and critical in the dry conditions
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3. Make sure your faucets don’t drip. If you

do, the washers may need to be replaced. A faucet that drips at one drop per second can use as much as 2,700 gallons of water a year. That’s almost 7.5 gallons a day!
4. Stop the toilet that is leaking. In addition to it

ing rain water from your eaves, you can use the water for your dry and thirsty landscape.
8. We’ve all walked down the street and seen how some of our neighbors like to water their sidewalks. The next time

being annoying, it always wastes a lot of water. Often times, repairing it can be done with a few supplies purchased from the local home-improvement store.
5. Don't spend so much time in the shower. A

your sprinklers come on, take a couple of minutes to double check all the heads and make sure that only your landscaping is enjoying a refreshing drink of water.
9. By running your dishwasher only when it’s at capacity, you can save up to 400 gallons a month! 10. Bathe your pets outdoors in an area that needs water. 11. When it comes time to clean the fish tank, use the nutrient-rich water for your non-edible plants.

shower that lasts less than five minutes will use less water than filling the tub. Additionally, whether it’s washing and conditioning your hair or shaving, turn off the water during that time. You’ll be amazed how much water you can save.

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Matt Mirror and his daughter, Savannah, braved the watery streets and sidewalks during the weekend storm that brought Lincoln some much-needed rain in early February. Residents are encouraged to put out buckets to save water from small storms such as these as we work our way out of the drought.
6. Speaking of showers, if you don’t have a lowflow showerhead installed, then that should be at the top of your “honey-do” list. You can save

up to 60 percent of your shower water usage by installing a low-flow head.

7. Create a water barrel for when the rain does finally arrive. By collect-

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12. At home or in a hotel room, use your towels for a few days.

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You’ll save water, and if you’re at home, your towels will last longer.
13. When giving your pet fresh water, don’t discard the dirty water. Use

it to water your plants.
14. Never throw water away. If you have too

Whether it’s these suggestions that you can use on a daily basis or doing something as drastic as removing your lawn and installing a droughttolerant landscape, water conservation is a top priority for most residents.
Allen Cuenca’s yard is landscaped with drought-tolerant plants. Although there is a water feature in the yard, Cuenca said, “I likely won't put water in the fountain this year.”
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much water in your glass or ice that will not be refreshed with additional water, use it to put water in your pet’s dish or water one of your plants.
15. If you don’t have a water dispenser in your refrigerator door, then keep a pitcher of water in the fridge. You’ll avoid

running the water until it gets cold enough. It

always seems that we’re waiting for the water to either cool down or warm up, doesn’t it?

Whether it’s these suggestions that you can use on a daily basis or doing something as drastic as

removing your lawn and installing a drought-tolerant landscape, water conservation is a top pri-

ority for most residents. And, with the escalating costs of water in our town, you’re not only

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Inspirations boutique treats customers like family
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Inspirations Christian Boutique's owner Denise Arredondo is surrounded by guests and Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce members as she welcomes Lincoln residents to her new store. To see the array of gifts, visit the store from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays.
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reating customers like family is what sets Lincoln’s businesses apart from those found in other cities. One of the newest stores in town holds the same philosophy that many of Lincoln’s successful businesses do. “Our customers have become our family,” said Inspirations Christian Boutique owner Denise Arredondo. When Arredondo was searching for a location in which to plant her vision of a Christian store, she “knew that Lincoln was where her dream would grow and flourish.” The boutique is at 800 Sterling Parkway, Suite 30 in the Raley’s shopping center. The boutique’s ribbon-cutting was in October. “I knew that Lincoln was a strong Christian-based community and part of the reason I chose to open in Lincoln

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was that there are no other stores like this in the area,” Arredondo said. In speaking with Arredondo, one can easily tell that this is more than a business for her. The boutique, centered on “Life’s Journey in Faith - Birth to Bereavement,” offers mementos for all occasions and items that are appropriate for celebrating life’s events. Whether it’s gifts for the birth of a baby, religious-based toys for a child, gifts to help a couple set up their first home or a spiritual gift for a special occasion, Inspirations Christian Boutique offers a kaleidoscope of keepsakes. In addition to being a unique shop, Inspirations Christian Boutique is special because of how it serves the community. The store offers its “family members” (aka their customers) an opportunity to use part of the space to conduct small meetings and Bible stud-

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“Having this store has been an absolute pleasure. I had no idea how much pleasure we would get out of serving this local community. Our customers have now become family.”
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ies. Additionally, churches and youth groups can post fliers in the window. “Having this store has been an absolute pleasure. I had no idea how much pleasure we would get out of serving this local community,” Arredondo said. “Our customers have now become family.” In addition to offering their guests unique items, Arredondo and her staff like offering a comfortable place to shop.

On behalf of Assemblywoman Beth Gaines, Jeff Short presents Denise Arredondo with a Certificate of Recognition from the California State Assembly. Arredondo has wanted to open this boutique for many years. “I had no idea how much pleasure we would get out of serving this local community,” Arredondo said.
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Everyone can celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
BY DEBBIE BROWN

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iving in America has afforded all of us access to many cultures and traditions. Whether it’s enjoying Mexican food on Cinco de Mayo, Chinese food for Chinese New Year or a bit of the Irish for St. Patty’s Day, we have adopted some of the traditions that other cultures have brought to this country. St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner (March 17) and that means getting into the spirit of the day. If you’re not a corned beef fan, then try this recipe to celebrate the Irish that's in all of us (even if it is only one day a year).

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Ingredients: 1 large head cabbage 1 large minced onion 2 tablespoons butter 1 pound ground beef 2 pounds ground pork 1 cup Minute Rice (uncooked) 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon paprika 4 cups sauerkraut 4 cups tomato puree smoked Polish sausage (optional) Directions: Core cabbage, immerse in boiling salted water; boil two to three minutes. Drain. Sauté onion in butter; mix with beef, pork, rice and seasonings. Remove 1 cabbage leaf at a time, remove large central vein. Place 2 tablespoons filling on cabbage leaf, roll securely. Spread half of saurerkraut in bot-

Cabbage was a staple of the Irish home long before potatoes became the norm. When potato crops began to fail during the Irish Famine, cabbage once again became the main form of sustenance at the Irish table.
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There are various recipes for this bread but this particular recipe caught my eye because of its simplicity.

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March 30 is “Take a Walk in the Park” Day so get out and enjoy some sunshine like Ali Brown and Sam Whitten did. Who knows? Maybe you’ll be lucky enough to enjoy a walk in the rain.
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Take walks, eat chips and love your name in March
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iabetes, cancer, heart disease and autism are just some of the many worthy causes that receive extra awareness through a special day or month designation. By having a month or day set aside for a particular cause, we find out more about an illness or condition that affects millions of people. As meaningful as these causes are, lighter subjects have their own celebration days and I think you’ll find a lot of humor in them. I’ll bet you didn’t know about “National Middle Name Pride Day.” Yup, that’s a real day. In fact, if you want to celebrate it, the day is March 10. How many of you remember the

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Although some of these days are nonsensical, it’s fun to take a light-hearted view every once in a while and just have fun. Oh, and in case you were wondering what my middle name is ... well, come find me on March 10 and I just might tell you.

Potato Chip Day might just be the excuse you’ve been looking for to pig out on America’s No. 1 snack food.
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How to train your puppies from the day they arrive
hose little bundles of joy arrive…. and then what? Owners can begin training as soon as the puppy arrives! Success is achieved through gentle and positive reinforcement and use of lure training (use of small pieces of appropriate food or a favored toy). Training sessions should be brief in the beginning, as puppies have short attention spans. Daily 10- to 15-minutes sessions are enough for puppies about eight- to 10weeks of age. Basically, the “lure” is shown to the puppy; the command is given; the lure is moved to get the desired response; the puppy is rewarded with the lure. Let’s see how this works with some basic tricks.
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environment. Eventually, you can add distractions. If at any point you are worried about her running away, practice with the puppy wearing a long leash so that you can gently pull on the leash to reinforce the command.
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from the puppy a short distance (1 to 2 feet) with a treat/lure in hand. While showing the treat, say your puppy’s name and the command, Come. When giving the command, always use a pleasant voice. When the puppy comes, give the treat and praise the puppy. Do this multiple times daily and not only when getting ready to crate the pet. Call the puppy to you, reward and praise her. Then release her. Over the course of several weeks, the distance between you and the puppy should increase. Do this in a safe

Hold a favorite treat over the puppy’s nose and move it slowly back, over the head. Normally, the puppy will sit as it follows the treat but you can gently press the rump as well. As the puppy sits, say “sit” out loud. Praise the puppy immediately with a “good sit” and give her the treat. Repeat this regularly and she will begin to associate the treat with the command and action desired. Once accomplishing a simple sit, a hand motion can be added to the mix so that the puppy begins to associate the hand motion

When the puppy learns to sit, start working on learning this command from that position. Using a treat, lower it between the front paws and add the command “down.” A novel way of teaching the down command is to offer it while you are sitting on the floor with bent legs. Have the treat under your knee and the puppy will have to lie down to reach it. Always praise and treat with each successful attempt. Additional puppy training instructions can be found in “Behavior Advice for Clients” (Landsberg and Horwitz, 2012).
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We will miss our retiring CEO Bob Romness
t is with mixed emotions that I sit down to write this month’s newsletter. Why? Most of you have probably heard the news but our wonderful CEO, Bob Romness, has decided to retire, effective March 31. We are pleased that after 41 years of full-time work, he’s earned that opportunity but also disappointed that he won’t be the leader of the chamber. We wish Bob the best in his retirement and will plan to give him a proper sendoff in March. We hope you had a wonderful beginning for your business in January. 2014 looks like an exciting year for the Lincoln-area community. I noticed the new Togo’s

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Isn’t it great to see new businesses like Togo’s opening up in our community?

Eatery has opened near Ferrari Ranch and Joiner Parkway. Isn’t it great to see new businesses like Togo’s opening up in our community? Please visit them and support them as they have made a serious investment in our area. I’d like to set forth a few dates for 2014 to keep in mind and also remind you that we have opportunities to market your company at these events as well as at our monthly breakfast

meetings and monthly NetMix. Breakfast is at 7:30 a.m. the fourth Wednesday of each month in the Orchard Creek Lodge Ballroom and mixers are held the second Wednesday of each month. Our next quarterly Lunchin’ Lincoln will be at Old Town Pizza on Wednesday, April 30 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Please mark your calendars for these annual events: • Shopper’s Expo – Saturday, May 24 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Lincoln Crossing Shopping Center, Target parking lot.

• Farmer’s Market – Thursdays from 5 to 8 p.m., starting June 12 through Aug. 28 • Independence Day Parade – Wednesday, July 4 • Chamber “Open for Business” Golf Tournament – Friday, July 24 • Lincoln Showcase – Saturday, Sept. 27 • Christmas parade and tree lighting – Saturday, Dec. 6. If you would like to know more about what is going on with local and regional government, I highly recommend you attend our monthly Government Relations meeting. It is held at 8 a.m. the third Tuesday of each month at the Holiday Inn Express at 155 Ferrari Ranch Road with a joint meeting each quarter with our sister chambers in Auburn, Rocklin

and Roseville. Our committee is headed up by former City Councilman Tom Cosgrove. All of the events and meetings listed are opportunities for you to meet Lincoln-area businesses that are here to provide the best products and services in our community. We invite not only other business people but all residents of Lincoln to join us. We are here to be a resource to everyone and advocate for business. If we join together, we can prosper and thrive. Have a wonderful March, happy Saint Patrick’s Day and remember, We A.R.E. together! Best regards, Clark Osterhout

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Life can be great at senior-living communities Some tips and tricks to ready your home for sale
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here are several misconceptions in regard to senior-living communities. First and foremost is the loss of independence when moving to a community. This could not be further from the truth. “I wish I’d done this sooner” is a popular phrase heard at these communities. According to the 2009 Independent Living Report by the ProMatura Group, LLC, research shows that when you become part of an independent living retirement community, you’re more

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likely to make new friends and try new activities. Most new residents report a better experience than they expected. Residents also talk about the increase in their overall health and well-being. A community lifestyle can offer you the opportunity to reconnect with an active lifestyle. Imagine enjoying cocktails on the back patio with new neighbors and friends, playing games of blackjack, going on outings to local theater or solace in the garden. Top 10 reasons to move to a senior-living com-

munity: 1. Finances - it may cost less than your current living arrangements. 2. Social enjoyment and accessible activities, such as trips to the casino and Bingo. 3. Safe environment with 24-hour support. 4. Transportation with door-to-door medical appointments, shopping and day trips. 5. Quality and nutritional menus with lowhigh calorie, sugar-free and salt-free diets available. 6. Nursing services at your fingertips - diabetic support, medication

management and emergency support. 7. Maintenance free no more changing light bulbs or cleaning a gutter. 8. New friendships with many neighbors just like you! 9. Pet friendly - Buddy can come too and pet care is available. 10. Longevity and quality of life. For more information on senior-living communities, contact me at 7890326 or visit eskaton.org
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THURSDAY, MARCH 6
Lincoln Rotary meeting – Begins at noon in the Lincoln Woman’s Clubhouse at the corner of 5th and E streets. Info: lincolncarotary.org. Lincoln Host Lions Club – Meets at 7 p.m. at the Veteran’s Hall, 541 5th St. Info: visit lincolnlionsclub.org. League of Women Voters of Placer County – Monthly meeting is 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Max’s Restaurant, 110 Grass Valley Highway, Auburn. Lunch is $15 and the public is invited. No reservations needed. Speaker Janet Bradford presents an ag study. Info: Bernadette O’Keefe at bgog65@gmail.com.

Wine and jazz pairing – Fundraising event for the Lincoln High School runs from 6 to 9 p.m. at Rock Hill Winery, 2970 Delmar Ave., Loomis. $45 per ticket includes smoked salmon, mushroom, shrimp, asparagus with prosciutto appetizers, and wines including a Cabernet Reserved and a Russian River Chardonnay. Live jazz music, live artists and auction. A Lincoln High School Band commemorative wine glass favor for the first 100 tickets sold. Two drink tickets included in cost. Additional wine and beer available for purchase. Tickets online at Eventbrite.com or call Zebraband parents at 258-5231. Tickets are $50 at the door. Gladiator Challenge – New Breed Performs at Thunder Valley Casino Resort. Tickets and show times available online at thundervalley resort.com/entertainment.

MONDAY, MARCH 10
Western Placer Unified School District – Early release day. Art League of Lincoln Open membership meetings – Held second Monday of each month at 3 p.m. in the 1st floor City Hall meeting room. Info: 209-3499 or info@all4art.net.

TUESDAY, MARCH 11
Chamber new member orientation – 600 6th St. City Hall 1st floor meeting room. Info: 645-2035. Northwest University Choralons – Will perform at 7 p.m. at Harvest Church, 602 4th St., Wheatland. This is one of two special youth events this month at Harvest Church. Info: (530) 633-2213.

FRIDAY, MARCH 7
Jo Koy - Performs at Thunder Valley Casino Resort. Tickets and show times available online at thundervalleyresort.com/entertainment.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12
Photography show – Shows through April 5. Rhonda Campbell is curator at the Art League Gallery, 580 6th St. Info: 209-3499. Chamber NetMix Mixer – Runs from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Locations vary. Info: 645-2035. Art League of Lincoln’s Open Photograph Show reception – Runs from

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SATURDAY, MARCH 8
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19 Lincoln Hills Foundation Bingo – Lincoln Hills Foundation Bingo is at Orchard Creek Ballroom. Doors open at 12:30 p.m. and games begin at 1 p.m. $20 for 6 cards for 12 games. Info: 408-0306 or LincolnHillsFoundation.org.

5 to 6 p.m. for members and from 6 to 7:30 p.m. for the public at the Art League Gallery, 580 6th St. There are new events and exhibits every month. Info: 209-3499 or infor@all4art.net. Lincoln Open Space Monthly meeting – Meets second Wednesday of each month from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Twelve Bridges Library’s Willow Room. Meetings are open to the public and interested parties are welcome to attend. Info: Paul Denlzer at 622-5246 or lincolnopenspaces.org. Drought meeting – Provided by Placer County Water Agency during the rural Sheridan MAC meeting 7 p.m. at Stewart Hall, 6005 Camp Far West Road, Sheridan.

Woman’s Clubhouse at the corner of 5th and E streets. Info: lincolncarotary.org. Lincoln Host Lions Club – Meets at 7 p.m. at Veteran’s Hall, 541 5th St. Info: lincolnlionsclub.org. Rods & Relics of Lincoln Hills monthly meeting – Dinner starts at 5 p.m. with business meeting at 6:30 p.m. at Strikes, 5681 Lonetree Blvd. Rocklin. Owners of 1972 and older American-made cars and trucks are welcome. Info: rodsnrelics.net or Julie McVey at 543-9113. Caregiver support group – Meets 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the Lincoln Library every third Thursday of the month. Sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association and Sutter Hospital. Community welcome to attend.

SATURDAY, MARCH 22
Community Christian Dessert Extravaganza – Begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Lincoln Community Center, 2010 1st St. Info: 6456280 19th annual art show and sale – Runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Timber Creek Ballroom, 7050 Del Webb Blvd., Roseville. More than 300 original fine-art pieces presented.

FRIDAY, MARCH 14
Faith Prince Broadway Concert – At Sun City Lincoln Hills and open to the public. Info: 625-4022. Roseville Chapter No. 9 of the Widowed Persons Association – General luncheon and meeting is the second Friday of each month at Woodcreek Country Club, off Highway 65 between Blue Oaks and Pleasant Grove boulevards in Roseville. Info and time: Bonnie Garcia at 990-9751.

SUNDAY, MARCH 23
19th annual art show and sale – See Saturday March 22 listing for details. Show runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today.

TUESDAY, MARCH 18
Silver Star Parlor Native Golden Sons – Meets 7 p.m. at Sierra Hills Framing, 531 Lincoln Blvd., Suite B. Info: Lincolnpnativesons.org. Lincoln Dirt Gardeners meeting – Starts at 1 p.m. at Lincoln City Hall, 600 6th St., Room 311. Presentation will be by the Sacramento Bee’s horticulturist. Info: Pam Roemer at 408-8026 or Betty Wilson at 253-7624. Child Support Services

MONDAY, MARCH 24
Western Placer Unified School District – Early release day.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26 Chamber monthly breakfast – Runs from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at Orchard Creek Lodge. Info: 645-2035.

SATURDAY, MARCH 15
Lincoln Community Foundation presents “As Luck Would Have it” Bingo Night – Begins at 6:15 p.m. Baked potato bar $5, no-host bar and desserts, 7 p.m. Bingo with raffles, winnings and fun. Tickets $20 for 12 games. No one under 21 admitted. Info: lincolncommunityfoundation.org or contact Kris Wyatt at kriswyatt49@gmail.com or

THURSDAY, MARCH 13
Lincoln Rotary meeting – Begins at noon in the Lincoln Woman’s Clubhouse at the corner of 5th and E streets. Info: lincolncarotary.org. Women’s Success Today – Monthly meeting is 1:30 p.m. at Claim Jumpers in Roseville.

FRIDAY, MARCH 21
Citywide youth rally – Starts at 7 p.m. at the Sheridan Community Hall, Stewart Hall, 6005 Camp Far West Road, Sheridan. Guest speaker is retired Navy Seal Jeff Bramstedt, along with clean comedian Dennis Gaxiola. Sponsored by Harvest Church in Wheatland. Info: (530) 633-2213.

THURSDAY, MARCH 27
Lincoln Rotary meeting – Begins at noon in the Lincoln Woman’s Clubhouse at the corner of 5th and E streets. Info: lincolncarotary.org.

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FRIDAY, MARCH 28
Relay For Life Bunko Fundraiser – Info: Tammy Lindstrom at lincolnrelay@att.net.

SUNDAY, MARCH 30
Kitten Central Foster Training – Held from noon to 4 p.m. at 5130 Fruitvale Road, Newcastle. Info: kittencentralofplacercounty.com or foster coordinator Kim Cairnes at Kimc@kittencentralofplacercounty.com. Class size is limited.

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TOPS – Take Off Pounds Sensibly meeting is 10 a.m. at St. James Church, 479 L St. Info: Jackie Burnett at 408-3024. Mother Goose on the Loose – Two sessions are available at 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. at the Twelve Bridges Library. Info: 434-2410 or libraryatlincoln.org. South Placer Women’s Networking Group – Meets 8:30 a.m. at Mimi’s Café on Groveland Lane, Lincoln. Info: Kristina

at 295-9025. Karaoke night – Runs from 7 to 11 p.m. at Sterling Café, 731 Sterling Parkway, in the Raley’s Shopping Center. Family fun night by Baughman Productions open to everyone. Karaoke night – Starts at 9 p.m. at Dillian’s Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd. Info: 434-8171. Deejay dancing – Runs from 9 p.m. to midnight at NY Pizza, 155 Joiner Parkway, Suite 600.

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Deejay dancing – Runs from 9 p.m. to midnight at NY Pizza, 155 Joiner Parkway, Suite 600. Info: 645-9112.

SATURDAY, MARCH 29
Lincoln Rotary Taste of Italy – Begins at 5:30 p.m. G. Love and Special Sauce Performs at Thunder Valley Casino Resort. Tickets and show times available online at thundervalleyresort.com/enter tainment.

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Karaoke – Runs from 9 p.m. to midnight at NY Pizza, 155 Joiner Parkway, Suite 100. Info: 645-9112. Karaoke night – Starts at 9 p.m. at Dillian’s Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd. Info: 434-8171.

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• Group Exercise Classes (Zumba, Yoga, etc.) • Fitness On Request Group Exercise System • 75 Pieces of Cardio Equip. (many with TVs) • 8-10 Weight Machines Per Body Part • 12 New Flat Screen TVs • Locker Rooms w/Showers • Saunas • Tanning • Personal Training • Child Care Available

Booth space is available on a first come, first served basis with a limited number of spots per category.

788-4241 • 5110 Foothills Blvd. • Roseville

Granite Bay - 15,000 sq.ft. Health Club
• Group Exercise Classes (Zumba, etc.) • 50 Amazing Classes a Week! • Spinning • Saunas • 50 Pieces of Cardio Equip. (many with TVs) • 3-4 Weight Machines Per Body Part • Child Care Available

788-1500 • 8665 Auburn Folsom Rd. • Granite Bay Sign Up Online Today At: www.carippedfitness.com

ALL LOCATIONS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
MON-FRI 4:30AM-10PM • SAT & SUN 6AM - 8PM