Blatchford represents Nevada in national competition
STEM Guitar held a summer class recently for teachers from across the country so they could learn about the program and bring it to their students.
Library continues ‘Adulting’ lessons, to show movies
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.
Today is officially the start of summer, marked by the summer solstice. As the longest day of the year, it’s time to start brainstorming how to spend the next months of long summer days.
A Boulder City native will represent Nevada at the Distinguished Young Women national finals in Alabama later this month.
Laura Leach, center, congratulates Abrey Wrightsman, left, and TJ Hatfield, who won the 2018 Dan Leach Memorial Horseshoe Tournament played Memorial Day weekend. The event raised $1,746 for the Dan Leach Memorial Fund, a nonprofit organization that helps pay for children to participate in sports, dance, extracurricular classes and other activities. It continues the efforts of the late Dan Leach, a Metropolitan Police Department officer who was dedicated to helping children before he was killed in an accident in 2009.
Kathleen Wall, far right, recently presented a $1,300 donation to Emergency Aid of Boulder City. She offers a yoga class on Mondays at the Elaine K. Smith Center, with proceeds designated for Emergency Aid. Accepting the donation from the April and May classes were, from left, Mike Derby (seated) past president and director; Don Taylor, pantry manager; Robin Radig, pantry volunteer and director; and Claudia Bridges, treasurer.
Neighborhood Watch information meeting set for Wednesday