· Cats at El Dorado County Animal Services shelters may be adopted on Fridays and Saturdays for $20 throughout May. The shelter in Meyers is located at 1120 Shakori Drive and is open from 9:30am-noon and 1-4:30pm.
· There will be a free mental health first aid class on May 31 from 8:30am-4:30pm in South Lake Tahoe. This course introduces common mental health challenges, different stages of mental health issues, and how to help people in crisis and non-crisis situations. Sign up online under Mental Health First Aid.
· The U.S. Forest Service is providing the recently restored Sardine Lookout on the Sierraville Ranger District of the Tahoe National Forest for public use at no charge from June 1-Oct. 30. The limit per reservation is two nights and one reservation per household during the 2016 season.
· A Julia Morgan designed lakefront estate in Stateline sold for $8.5 million, marking the largest residential real estate sale in nearly a decade on the South Shore. The home was built in 1928 and includes a 2,750-square-foot main house with an 864-square-foot guesthouse, 1.65 acres with more than 180 feet of beach, a pier, and buoy.
· Truckee High School’s senior fashion show is May 15 at 5pm at the Truckee Recreation Center.