August 2017 Magazines 89123 - Page 20

About As back to school approaches, charitable organizations across the val- ley are collecting much needed supplies for families and students in need. Want to help? Pick up a few extra supplies and hit up one of the many drives happening across the valley. Items needed include back- packs, paper, crayons, washable markers, scissors, erasers, glue sticks, tissue boxes, colored pencils, folders, rulers, binders, paper towels and zip lock bags. Nathan Adelson Hospice | August 1-7 Nathan Adelson Hospice will be accepting donations for their Families in Need program between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. at Nathan Adelson Hospice locations at 4141 Swenson St. and 3150 N. Tenaya Way, as well as Gaudin Ford, 6625 Roy Horn Way and Gaudin Porsche, 6800 Redwood St. Visit for info. Fill the Bus School Supply Drive | August 4-5 Communities in Schools (CIS) of Nevada, along with partners KSNV News 3, KOMP 92.3, 97.1 The Point, Super Shuttle, Nevada State Bank, Girl Nation Hosts Las Vegas Premier of “Screenagers” It’s become abundantly clear that social media and the overuse of the internet has a profound impact on our lives, particularly those of teenagers. A new documentary, “Screenagers”, explores this phenomenon and how it specifically affects the education, family life, friendships and personal safety of teens. The film is only avail- able through community events, and the Las Vegas-based non- profit Girl Nation, in partnership with The Temple Sinai Las Vegas, is offering the community a premier screening on August 31 at The Adelson Educational Campus (9700 Hillpointe Rd.). In the documentary, producer Delaney Ruston, also a physician and parent, intertwines humor with discussions from psychologists, education experts, scientists and authors to educate teenagers and parents on how social media impacts a teen’s development, as well as solutions to parents to help direct their children towards a more balanced life in a digital world. After the screening, Dr. Carli Snyder, founder of Girl Nation and a board-certified clin- ical psychologist specializing in young women’s issues, along with Rabbi Malcolm Cohen, will hold a Q & A session covering such topics as online bul- lying, which social media platform has the most negative impact on a teen, video gaming, sleep and internet use, internet addiction and how a teen’s self-esteem is tied into “likes” and “comments”. The event is free and open to people from fourth grade up. Visit for more info. The Azul Piña Colada Southwest Gas and Sam’s Club, invite the community to help them col- 2 oz. Light Rum lect school supplies and uniforms for over 51,000 students. Donations .5 oz. Blue Curacao can be dropped off or purchased at Sam’s Club (7100 Arroyo Crossing 2 oz. Pineapple juice Pkwy.) from 6 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m.-noon on Saturday. Visit 3 oz. Mr. and Mrs. T's Piña Colada Mix for info. Galleria at Sunset Back-to-School Drive | August 1-12 Drop off new shirts, pants, athletic shoes, socks and backpacks to help the Assistance League® clothe kids ages kindergarten to 8th grade. Donations can be dropped off at Guest Services and Galleria will track the drive’s progress on the big barometer in Center Court! Heart to Sole | September 1-9 Combine a scoop of crushed ice, rum, pineapple juice and piña colada mix in a blender and blend until smooth. Swirl Blue Curacao around glass. Pour piña colada into glass leaving the swirl. Top with whip cream and garnish with strawberry and pineapple slices. Recipe courtesy Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant in Summerlin. Help the Assistance League of Las Vegas and The Rogers Foundation pull size 12 to adult size 6 as well as school supplies. Drop off locations include The Assistance League Thrift Shop (6446 W. Charleston Blvd.); Windmill, Sahara West and Centennial Libraries; select Posare Salons; Wingtime (6572 N. Decatur Blvd.); and Master Automotive Ce ѕ̀ԁ ձ)!两YͥЁܹͥхՔɜ̵ٕ̼ȁȴ)ȁх̸(՝нMѕȀ)=ɅѥM ݥѠѥ́ɱ́́ѡѥ͡)QɅѥ٥́Ѽѕ)́ѕ́ѼѡѠ䁥)ɬݡɔɕ́ݽձ)ѡȁՍѽ́ݥѠ)́ͥѡݕɔͥٔ)ɐѼٕи