The Boulder City Plein Art Group painted local dumpsters that were used during last weekend’s Spring Jamboree as a form of making art during the event. The dumpsters are being used as a forum to let the community know of local philanthropic organizations and events. The three members of the organization who painted were David Hancock, right, Terri Klepacki, left, and Chris Frausto, not pictured. Frausto took the photo.
Side by side by side. That’s how Doug Scheppmann and his sons, Tony and Scott, work and serve together.
Next week, people in Boulder City can participate in something fun, free and educational with the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson.
The dreaded popcorn ceiling, aka cottage cheese, stucco, etc., has long fallen out of favor in the design world. That objectionable lumpy surface — dated, dust collecting, difficult to clean — is something most homeowners can’t wait to get rid of. We are familiar with this angst as many of our houses were constructed during a time when “popcorn” wasn’t just for eating.
Twelve-year-old Thomas Friesz casts off at his first Free Fishing Day at Veterans’ Memorial Park in Boulder City on Saturday.
This Sunday is Father’s Day. If you’re like most households, you’ll gather and share a meal in honor of dear old Dad. While it can be difficult to decide what gifts to get him, you can’t go wrong serving him barbecue. Especially barbecued ribs.
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Victoria Mason, left, and Councilwoman Peggy Leavitt accepted a $2,500 donation from Justin Hawkins of Con Edison Development, Copper Mountain Solar, for its Meals on Wheels program Friday, June 7. Leavitt, a former member of the senior center’s board of directors, continues to facilitate donations for the nonprofit.
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Hours of operation: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Friday at 813 Arizona St., 702-293-3320. Visit the center’s website at www.seniorcenterbouldercity.org.
This Saturday, Nevada wildlife organizations are holding their yearly Free Fishing Day at locations throughout the state, including Veterans’ Memorial Park in Boulder City.