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Friday, September 19, 2014
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Clark County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and challenges the entire Board of County Commissioners as well as administrators at Andre Agassi Preparatory Academy.
The Clark County Museum keeps track of the history of Southern Nevada and sometimes to tell that story well, the museum takes in items and fully restores them. See some of these items soon by planning a visit to the museum.
Organic Sculpture No. 1 by Luis Varela-Rico will be on display at the Clark County Government Center Rotunda Gallery through mid-September.
County Commissioners and Three Square food bank officials flipped the switch Sept. 4 turning the "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign lightbulbs orange in recognition of hunger awareness for "Go Orange Day." Three Square distributed more than 30 million pounds of food last year which equates to 25 million meals. Learn how you can help.
Clark County Summer Business Institute Class of 2014 partnered with Peggy's Attic and Child Haven this summer to provide less advantaged students with school clothing and other supplies.
Las Vegans joined Commissioners Steve Sisolak and Larry Brown at McCarran to welcome home the Mountain Ridge Little League baseball team. The team and Chet Buchanan will be at "The Green" at Town Square Saturday at 10 a.m. to celebrate the team's 4th place national position in the Little League World Series. Everyone is welcome.
Clark County students enrolled in this year's Summer Business Institute (SBI) summer jobs/life skills program had a wonderful variety of exposure to career planning, academia, financial literacy and more. See images captured from the summer-long program.
The County is joining with the surrounding four local governments to regionally recruit for firefighters in Southern Nevada.
Clark County Commission Chair Steve Sisolak stepped up and stood still in the face of the challenge from Gov. Brian Sandoval to have a bucket of ice-cold water dumped on him to support research and fund raising for ALS.
Duration - 05:38
The sport of trap shooting is a popular past time that is alive and well at the Clark County Shooting Complex. The complex offers the perfect environment for brushing up on this skill. There s a lot to learn about this sport. Watch this video to learn more.
More than 20,000 cars travel through the intersection daily at Bermuda and Serene. Commissioners recently turned on a new traffic signal to increase safety at that intersection.
Duration - 01:22
Former Clark County District Attorney Brandolyn Henderson was remembered recently for her kind heart and idea to establish Brandolyn's Gift at Child Haven, home to homeless children. The gift provides children at Child Haven with personal hygiene items that normally wouldn't be available.
Commission Chair Steve Sisolak welcomed Game Works to Town Square and District A. The new home or Game Works is hoped to be an ideal destination for locals.
Duration - 03:21
Clark County Parks & Recreation offers numerous opportunities for volunteering. From the Wetlands Park to our various community centers, Parks & Recreation provides a great way to give back to the community.
Duration - 03:08
A variety of cardiovascular fitness programs are offered through Clark County Parks & Recreation like the Zumba classes available at Desert Breeze Community Center.
IKEA is coming to Clark County in 2016. The brand made the announcement recently flanked by Clark County commissioners.
Duration - 10:26
Jane Pike, director of Parks & Recreation, talks about County pools and all the services available to residents to help keep them cool and safe during the summer.
Lawrence Barnard, chief executive officer for University Medical Center talks about the County hospital, the services provided, accredations and what is needed going forward to ensure the best care is delivered and UMC is viewed as part of the community.
Clark County Parks & Recreation Department offers great opportunities to volunteer at its community centers across the valley. If you posses a talent that you want to share, just contact the Parks Department and get involved.
Duration - 02:26
July marks the onset of monsoon season and the concern for flash flooding. The Clark County Regional Flood Control District warns residents and motorists to take caution during this rainy season as sweeping waters can rise in a minutes.