Chili Dogs for Veterans
Wienerschnitzel restaurants will honor veterans and active duty military personnel with valid military ID or uniform with a free chili dog meal on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. The meal includes a free chili dog, small fries and 20-ounce drink.
“As an iconic American brand dedicated to our mission of ‘serving food to serve others,’ all of us here at Wienerschnitzel are proud to offer those who selflessly protect our great country a small token of our appreciation,” said Doug Koegeboehn, Wienerschnitzel’s chief marketing officer. “We are hoping to say ‘thank you’ to as many hard-working service men and women as possible on Veterans Day, and encourage veterans and active military to head to their local Wienerschnitzel on November 11 to enjoy a world famous chili dog, fries and Pepsi on the house.”
The Clovis Weinerschnitzel is at 555 W. Shaw Ave. near Helm Ave.
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The 2nd Annual Central Valley Alzheimer’s Caregiver & Wellness Conference will be held from 7:45 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday, Nov. 18 in the Clovis Veterans Memorial District. Last year the inaugural event provided education and resources to nearly 200 individuals, and organizers hope to draw more attendees this year to share valuable information.
Health professionals, caregivers, care partners and families who are caring, advocating and researching treatments for those living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias are invited to attend. The event his sponsored by the UCSF Alzheimer’s & Memory Center in Fresno.
The deadline to register for the event is Nov. 11; sign up at http://edconference.kintera.org/fresno2016.
Know your rights
Nearly two dozen senior citizens took advantage of free one-on-one legal advice from volunteer attorneys at the annual Senior Citizen’s Law Day on Oct. 15 at San Joaquin College of Law. Many more attended seminars on the topics like estate planning, Medicare and Medi-Cal, and tax issues.
The San Joaquin College of Law Alumni Association hosted the event with the help of Central California Legal Services, SJCL students and local attorneys Deborah Boyett of Walter and Wilhelm, CCLS Attorney Joy Dockter and SJCL professor David Camenson from the Law Office of David Camenson.
The next Senior Citizen’s Law Day is planned for October 2017.
Open for Business
Riley’s Brew Pub is open on Owens Mountain Parkway near Temperance Avenue and Highway 168. Owned by Michael Shirinian, the local pub serves craft beer from Riley’s Brewing Company.