Good Morning, Carson Valley: May 1

Posted By on May 1, 2015

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by Joey Crandall, joey@carsonvalleytimes.com [twitter-follow screen_name=’joeycrandall’ show_count=’yes’]

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GARDNERVILLE, Nev., May 1, 2015 – Happy May Day to everyone.

Photo provided by Main Street Gardnerville

Photo provided by Main Street Gardnerville

Main Street Gardnerville still has about a dozen flower baskets up for sponsorships as part of their continued downtown beautification efforts. Sponsorship is $95 per basket, which will hang along Main Street for the season.

The flower baskets are grown by students in the Horticultural and FFA Programs at Douglas High and Smith Valley Schools as well as staff and students at China Spring Youth Facility. The proceeds from these donations are twofold: two-thirds of the funds go directly to the schools to support these programs and the remainder allows the Flower Committee to continue beautifying Main Street. For more information on the Main Street Gardnerville Program, or to sponsor a basket, contact 775-782-8027 or Info@MainStreetGardnerville.org.

Tonight is dodgeball night as the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and the professional association of East Fork Fire will square off  in the 2nd annual Elisa Storke Memorial Dodgeball Tournament at 6 p.m. at Douglas High School. Doors open at 5 p.m. and games start at 6 p.m.  There will be a silent auction, a raffle, tee shirt sales, food/drink, popcorn and sno-cones sales.  Ticket sales locations are the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and the East Fork Admin office, and The Record-Courier. Tickets will also be available at the door. Cost is $10 for adults; $5 for students/kids and $20 for a family.

 Also this evening, Douglas High School Drama presents Comedy Improvisation and Check Please from DHS’s Improv Team April 24-25 and May 1-2 at 7 p.m. in the high school’s drama room. This year, the Improv show will feature guest appearances from teachers and alumni.  Check Please is a short comedy about a series of horrific blind dates. Cost is $5 presale, $10 general admission.

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Douglas High baseball saw its season come to an end Thursday afternoon as Carson prevailed 6-3 over the Tigers, and McQueen slipped into the final playoff spot via a tiebreaker after beating North Valleys.

Douglas softball also fell, 4-1 on the road against North Valleys. The Lady Tigers will close their regular season out Saturday at home in a doubleheader against Carson with a spot in the playoffs next week already in hand.

Sharkey’s Casino will have its official grand re-opening and ribbon cutting at noon today. We have a couple different stories in the works, but we just don’t know yet how many will be ready to go by the end of the day. We’ll see how far we get.

That’s a full lid for now. Take care out there and have a great day.

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