Briefs: Instrument drive; library award; 10-year reunion

Save the Music instrument drive
Tyler Klindt is collecting musical instruments from the local community to donate to the Hollister School District elementary school music program for his Eagle Scout project, through Feb. 25. Any well kept or damaged instruments that can be donated or help with repairing damaged instruments will be accepted. Some of the needed instruments include trumpets, trombones, clarinets, flutes and saxophones. Any monetary donations will be accepted toward the repair of the instruments and to support the elementary school music program. Details: Tyler Klindt at 801-0854 or email [email protected]
Dinner theater show
San Benito Stage Company will present its annual dinner theater show. This year’s show is the comedy ‘Lend Me a Tenor.’ Tickets are $30 in advance or $35 at the door. A table for eight can be purchased in advance for $235, with a complimentary bottle of wine. Tickets are available at Postal Graphics, Paine’s Restaurant or the San Benito Stage Company. The shows will be at Paine’s Restaurant, 421 East St., in Hollister, Feb. 10, 11, 17, 18, 24 and 25 at 7 p.m., at Feb. 12, 19 and 25 at 2 p.m. The show is PG-13. Details: SBSC at 245-7278 or go to www.sanbenitostage.org.
Library award presentation
The San Benito County Free Library has been selected to receive a Literacy Success Award by the Advanced Workstations in Education’s Digital Learning Solutions Company. The award is in recognition of the library’s ABC Express Program, a collaboration with First Five of San Benito County, Go Kids, and the Friends of the Library. An awards presentation and celebration will be held at the library Feb. 15, at 10:30 a.m. The public is welcome to attend.
SBHS 10-year reunion coming
The San Benito High School class of 2002 reunion will be May 19, at Leal Vineyards, from 5 to 10 p.m. Tickets are $45 and reservations are required by April 19. Details: Monica Cordova at 562-754-4075 or class of 2002reunion on Facebook.
BLM advisory council
Central California residents concerned about public lands are invited to apply for a seat on a regional committee that advises the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. The Central California Resource Advisory Council advises BLM’s Hollister, Bakersfield, Bishop and Mother Lode field offices. The latter covers the Sacramento region. The BLM manages 15 million acres in California – nearly 15 percent of the state’s total area. The advisory councils, composed of 12 to 15 citizens with experience in natural resource issues, help BLM manage public lands to serve multiple needs.
Three positions are vacant on the council. One is designated for a representative of an environmental, archaeological, historical, recreational or wild horse and burro organization. Two are for representatives of state or local government, Indian tribes, academic institutions or a member of the public-at-large.
Nominations are due March 12. Forms and more details are online at http://on.doi.gov/wiCl2K. For more information, contact David Christy at (916) 941-3146 or [email protected]

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