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Lakeport Library Teen Program Makes Donation
Lake County Library
The Lakeport Library summer teen program donated a pick-up truck load of items to Lake County Animal Care and Control this week.
Lakeport Library Showing Family Movies
Lake County Library
Beginning August 2 Lakeport Library will show family-friendly movies on the first Saturday of each month at 10:30 a.m. in the children’s room.
Tire Amnesty Events Completed
Public Services
The Tire Amnesty Program has ended due to the end of the grant funding which provided Lake County residents the ability to drop off up to 9 passenger tires to select locations around the lake for the past two years.
Middletown Pool Closure
Public Services
For more information contact
Kati Galvani, Public Services Analyst
Phone: 707- 262-1618
Kati.galvani@lakecountyca.gov

UPDATED: The Middletown Pool will remain closed for water maintenance from July 18, 2014 through July 22, 2014.
Ribbon Cutting For the New Live Oak Senior Center
Administrative Office
For more information contact:
Jill Ruzicka
Phone: 707-263-2580
Jill.Ruzicka@lakecountyca.gov

The Lake County Board of Supervisors invites the public to the Dedication and Ceremonial Ribbon Cutting for the new Live Oak Senior Center this Friday, July 18, 2014 at 3 p.m. at 12502 Foothill Boulevard, in Clearlake Oaks. Light refreshments will be served after a brief dedication ceremony.
Free Coupon Booklets for Farmer's Market
Administrative Office
For more information contact:
Jill Ruzicka
Phone: 707-263-2580
Jill.Ruzicka@lakecountyca.gov

The Area Agency on Aging of Lake & Mendocino Counties is happy to announce the availability of a free coupon booklet worth $20.00 (ten $2.00 coupons) for low-income older adults to be used for the purchase of vegetables and fruits.
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