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May 5
Cinco de Mayo! Many local restaurants will celebrate with pride. Casa Ramos will feature a mariachi band, prizes and fun for the whole family. For more information, call 409-0766.

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of Lincoln fundraiser that offers a great time for a great cause! Just $25 donation will get you 10 games, a light burrito meal and the chance to win prizes. Beer, wine and margaritas will also be available for purchase. Get there early to get a good seat. 18-plus to play. Veteran’s Hall is at 541 5th St. Call Jerri Curradi at 705-6009 for tickets and details.

May 10
Lincoln Highway performs at Kim’s Country Kitchen. 537 G Street. Did we mention it was Taco Tuesday?

May 7
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features different route lengths, ranging from 10 miles to 63 miles, a barbecue lunch, rest stops and a great opportunity to get out and have fun with others on a beautiful spring morning! Kids welcome, too! Benefits the Lincoln Volunteer Center. For online registration information, fee schedule and routes, please visit tourdelincoln.org Bingo de Mayo! The Soroptimist International
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May 11
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May 13/14
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Temperatures are rising, beware of rattlesnakes
armer weather leads to an increase in outside activities, for humans, pets and especially rattlesnakes. When the temperature rises in Lincoln, so does the presence of rattlesnakes, which are found in wetlands, deserts and forests, from sea level to mountain elevations. Certain areas of Lincoln are more prone to rattlesnakes than others but a pet owner must always be careful when out with their pet. About 7,000 to 8,000 humans are bitten by venomous snakes in the United States each year. The best estimate of dogs and cats bitten by venomous snakes is about 150,000. Dogs and cats are about 300 times more likely to be bitten by venomous snakes than to get rabies. Avoiding the rattlesnake is the best method of prevention. • Walk along clear pathways and keep grasses low and clear of debris. Mow tall grass and weeds to make the habitat less desirable for rodents, a major food source for snakes. • Keep firewood and other items in a covered box. • Do not use large landscape rocks in open, sunny areas as the rocks retain heat to keep snakes warm. • If you live in an area prone to snakes, a snake fence is a popular way to minimize your risk. Many online companies offer sprays or neuro-electric devices. However, there is no known effective repellant for rattlesnakes.

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What to do when you encounter a rattlesnake
• Freeze when you hear the rattlesnake and look to see where the snake is located. Make sure there is only one snake. • Slowly back away from the snake until you are no longer within striking distance (half the snake’s length) and the snake stops rattling. The snake senses your presence by your body heat and movement. • Do not allow your pet to attack the snake and do not attempt to handle the snake. Many times, the owners of dogs bitten are not

there at the time of the bite. Check for signs your pet has been bitten, such as puncture wounds, immediate severe pain and swelling, lethargy, weakness and muscle tremors. Animals suspected of being bitten should be seen by a veterinarian and monitored for at least eight hours. According to Red Rock Biologics, “The severity of a rattlesnake envenomation is related to the species of the rattlesnake involved, the amount of venom injected and the rate at which the venom is circulated in relation to the size of the dog. In unvaccinated dogs, approximately 20 to 25 percent of venomous bites are ‘dry’ bites, where no venom is injected.” Prevention is key to helping pets recover. Vaccinated dogs appear to present fewer and less

severe symptoms. It is reported to delay the effects and reduce the severity as well as help the animal recover more quickly with less pain and swelling. Vaccinations differ from antivenin because rattlesnake vaccine stimulates a dog to create his own antibodies that protect it from bites whereas antivenin is antibodies made from another animal (typically horse or sheep) that is injected into the animal that has been bitten. A smaller dog

is always going to have a harder time fighting off the same amount of venom as a larger dog and will need all the help they can get. Any dogs over four months of age that have a risk of encountering a rattlesnake should be vaccinated. Protection from vaccine boosters lasts about six months and pets should be vaccinated accordingly. A dog should get two doses about 30 days apart in the initial sequence. Even if an animal has been bitten, they

may still receive a vaccination. Animals suspected of being bitten by a rattlesnake should have veterinary attention, regardless if the bite occurred several hours earlier. It’s not too late to get your pet protected, as we have already treated pets for rattlesnake bites and have had success. Remember, pets are family, too!
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elebrating four years in business last month, Placer Pond and Water Garden owners Debra and Gary Sanford are setting new standards for friendly and willing customer service in the Lincoln business community. Their family business, open since April 2007 at 150 G St., in a small strip mall just north of 2nd street and across from Burger King, continues to be the only business in Lincoln specializing in live pond fish and pond supplies. Debra Sanford spends much of her time handling the business’ retail sales side. Since opening, Sanford admits the poor-performing economy has affected their business. “We’ve struggled,” she said. “We needed and received the support of great customers and an understanding and concession-granting building owner.” Husband Gary Sanford added that they are now seeing an increase in sales reflecting the

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ning for Support Our Sports, which benefits Glen Edwards Middle School Sports. You can join the festivities throughout the night on May 13 and participate on May 14 with a 4.1 mile run/walk starting at 8 a.m. Cost is $20 for adults and $10 for kids. Onsite registration begins at 7 a.m. on May14. Visit supportgemssports.com for more details.

friendly of them all. Lincoln Arts Street Faire is fun for the family. Tons of activities and tours of the Gladding, McBean Factory available during the festival. Runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., 6th and F Streets. Visit lincolnarts.org for details.
Got trash? The City of Lincoln Annual Spring Clean up Day will

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be from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. near the Lincoln Regional Airport. Open to Lincoln residents only. No cost. This event helps keep our city clean and junk free and helps with the city’s recycling. May 21: Grab fresh produce at the Farmers’ Market in Lincoln Hills. 8 a.m.- noon. Call

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You can perform a similar analysis on any appliance or system. It makes sense to list all the appliances and systems in your home and when you purchased them. Then, apply the listed life expectancy to each to give you an idea as when you can expect them to fail. Of course, dutiful periodic preventative maintenance may prolong the life of some. But you have to factor in the cost of the maintenance in determining if the benefits are worth the expense. Last month, we discussed replacement issues for dishwashers, water heaters, and garbage disposals and some steps you could take to replace hoses for clothes washers and refrigerator icemakers. Here are some more estimates of other common appliances and systems in our homes. Remember, these are just estimates; your experiences may vary. Refrigerators can last 14 to 19 years, depending on whether it’s a side-byside, top or bottom mount or single door model. Clothes washers are good for 11 to 14 years while dryers top out at 13 years. Electric and gas ranges can give you 17 to 19 years of useful service while cooktops range 13 to 20 years. Mechanical systems such as your heating, ventilating and air conditioning system require periodic attention.

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One estimate places air conditioning compressors expected life between 15 and 20 years, although one local air conditional technical supervisor recently quoted a California range of seven to 12 years for these systems. Most professionals advise changing furnace filters frequently – every two to three months seems standard – and servicing units at least twice a year. But, if after a service call your technician presents you with a bill for $1,000 or so to repair an ailing 10-year-old air conditioning compressor, do the analysis. After he fixes your unit and you are out $1,000, your compressor may have only five years useful life remaining. It then is a judgment call to repair or replace the unit. Your bottom line will be affected by how well you plan for the maintenance, repair and replacement of vital appliances and systems in your home. The prudent homeowner will start setting aside funds for all these eventualities.

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Becca Danielsen – Performs 6-8 p.m. on the Beachhut Patio, 885 S. Hwy 65, Suite 30, Lincoln. Info 543-0101. City of Lincoln lunch walk – Guiding Fitness will have a free lunch walk for the city of Lincoln every Tuesday and Thursday from noon to 1 p.m. Meet at City Hall. Info: 626-7739. Golf Club. The event will be from 11:30 a.m. –2 p.m. at The Spa Kilaga, 1187 Sun City Blvd. $8 and pre-registration is required by today. Info: Barbara Mumma at 408-4805.

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Bingo de Mayo 2011 – Soroptimist International of Lincoln fundraising event with cash and prizes. $25 per person includes 12 games and a light meal, from 5:30– 8 p.m. at Veteran’s Hall, 541 Fifth St. in Lincoln. Tickets: Call Jerri Curradi at 705-6009 or visit Maidu Financial at 543 G St. Lincoln.

Byron Siler Fundraiser – This garage sale fundraiser will start at 8 a.m. at 3301 Club Lane in Sacramento. Donations of items to be sold can be dropped off at that address or contact Byron’s grandmother, Cindy Vibe, at 425-2854. There is also an account at Wells Fargo for donations #6581494041. Bryon is a Lincoln High School student recently diagnosed with lymphoma. 10th annual Tour de Lincoln – A benefit bike ride for The Lincoln Volunteer Center with four routes available. Download a rider application at TourdeLincoln.org. Info: 645-6254.

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Songwriter’s Showcase open mic – Hosted by Billy Buckman at 5 p.m. at Beach Hut Deli, 885 S. Highway 65, Suite 30, in Lincoln. The open mic is at Beach Hut’s outdoor patio. Free. Info: 543-0101. The Dean-O-Holics perform at 6 p.m. at Thunder Valley Casino, 1200 Athens Ave. in Lincoln. Tickets $19-$29. (800) 745-3000

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Lincoln Highway Band – Performs from 5-9 p.m. at Kim’s Country Kitchen, 537 G St. Lincoln. Info: 6452727. City of Lincoln lunch walk – Guiding Fitness will have a free lunch walk for the city of Lincoln every Tuesday and Thursday from noon-1 p.m. Everyone meet at City Hall and walk/run/stretch. Info: 626-7739. The History and Art of Gladding McBean – Presented by Jean Cross, former sculptor at Gladding McBean, 2 p.m. Willow Room, Twelve Bridges Library. Public is welcome.

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DMJ Trio – Performs 6-8 p.m. on the Beach Hut Patio, 885 S. Hwy 65, Suite 30, Lincoln. Info: 543-0101. City of Lincoln lunch walk – Guiding Fitness will have a free lunch walk for the city of Lincoln every Tuesday and Thursday from noon-1 p.m. Everyone meet at City Hall and walk/run/stretch. Info: 626-7739.

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TUESDAY, MAY 17
Lincoln Dirt Gardeners Club – Garden tour/bonsai demonstration at Matsuda Bonsai Tree Nursery with speaker Hiro Matsuda, 4880 Virginiatown Road, Newcastle. Those interested in gardening are welcome. Info: 645-1712. Fat Fingers – Performs from 5 9 p.m. at Kim’s County Kitchen, 537 G St. during Taco Tuesday. Info: 6452727. City of Lincoln lunch walk – Guiding Fitness will have a free lunch walk for the city of Lincoln every Tuesday and Thursday 12-1 p.m. Everyone meet at City Hall and walk/run/stretch. Info: 626-7739.

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Old Time Family Nites – Meets at the Fruitvale School on the last Saturday of each month at 7-9:30 pm. Cost per family is $5. The Fruitvale School is at 3425 Fruitvale Road on the east side of Lincoln. Info: Dr. Lyndell Grey at 645-3517. 2nd annual Italian Festival – From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in downtown Lincoln. Info: friendsoflincolnkids.com. 100th anniversary of the Lincoln Womans Club – From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Clubhouse, 499 E St. in Lincoln. Farmers Market in Lincoln Hills – From 8 a.m. to 12. Info: 408-4013, extension 4.

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City of Lincoln lunch walk – Guiding Fitness will have a free lunch walk every Tuesday and Thursday from noon-1 p.m. Meet at City Hall and walk/run/stretch. Info: 626-7739.

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