Celebrating its 5th anniversary, the Nevada Silverman Triathlon, a full and half distance triathlon, will be held on Sunday, November 8th in Henderson.  The event encompasses a 2.4-mile swim in Lake Mead; a 112-mile bike ride through the desert; and a 26.2-mile run through the streets of Henderson. This map shows the route the athletes will be taking.  Please pass this information on to your residents and neighbors so they can plan accordingly.

You may join us to support our athletes and troops over the Veterans Day weekend. Cheer them on at the finish line at the Henderson Pavilion, located at 200 S. Green Valley Parkway, beginning at 2 p.m. Spectator admission is free.

For registration or more information on the Nevada Silverman Triathlon, please visit



Does your landscaper make sure you are not breaking our water conservation laws while he maintains your yard or common area landscaping? If you didn’t immediately answer “yes!” to this question, consider letting your landscaper know about a free class offered by the City of Henderson. On November 3rd, the City’s Department of Utility Services is reaching out to partner with landscape professionals on how they can keep your landscape healthy while maintaining water use and landscape restrictions. For more details click here.


Neighborhood Connections

Hosted by Henderson Mayor Andy Hafen and Councilman Steve Kirk

Thursday, November 18
6:00-7:00 pm
Paseo Verde Library,
280 S. Green Valley Parkway

Residents of the City of Henderson Ward IV are invited to meet and interact with their neighbors and city leaders. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and discuss city projects.

The Youth Services Department from Paseo Verde Library will host a family-oriented movie for children beginning at 5:45 p.m. to allow their parents time to participate in the public meeting. Children needing supervision will need to remain with their parents.


TLC for Caregivers

It is easy to lose ourselves when faced with the emotional complexities that accompany caregiving.  One day passes, then another day, another week, another year before we realize we have lost touch with ourselves and with those people we are serving.

We can become so caught up with taking care of others, we forget to care for ourselves.  Sadly, we may realize we have become a human “doing” rather than a human “being”.  The world rides heavy on our shoulders.  Depression and resentment often occurs when we fail to acknowledge and meet our own needs.

TLC for Caregivers embraces those who labor under the pain and loneliness of caring for another struggling with an addiction or disease.  Offering gentle instruction and fellowship, TLC for Caregivers restores our sense of well-being. Through application of the same Twelve Steps originated by Alcoholics Anonymous, we learn the importance of self-care.

For future information or if you are interested in this program, please contact LeeAnne Davis at:


A newsletter recapping our October Neighborhood Leadership Forum on the topic of legislative updates will be following shortly.

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