· PATH – Partners Against the Trafficking of Humans, Tahoe Youth & Family Services, and Live Violence Free are hosting the short movie “Human Trafficking – A Look Beneath the Surface” on Jan. 30. Afterward there will be a panel discussion about trafficking in El Dorado County. The event will be at the Duke Theatre at Lake Tahoe Community starting at 6:30pm. A $5 donation benefits PATH.
· Holocaust survivor and South Lake Tahoe resident Leon Malmed on Feb. 21 will give a presentation about his life in hiding between 1940-45 in Nazi occupied France. The free talk will start at 6pm at the South Lake Tahoe Library on Rufus Allen Boulevard.
· SnowGlobe will be planting 200 sugar pins in the Emerald Fire area in the spring through the Sugar Pine Foundation and Waste Free Earth.
· The Bridgeport Winter Recreation Area on the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest’s Bridgeport Ranger District remains closed to over-snow vehicles due to lack of snow. Snow levels must meet the minimum of 24 inches in order to open the area.