Casper Leisure Center Closed For Yearly Maintenance

The Casper Entertainment Center will be closed until Nov. 29. Throughout this time, the fitness center floor will be refinished to enhance consumer experience. The gym, weight and fitness locations, indoor park, and locker rooms will be closed throughout this time. Leisure Center classes will be held as scheduled in numerous other spaces within the facility. The Aquatic Center and Ice Field will be running under their routine schedules throughout this time. All Recreation Department facilities will certainly be closed Thursday, Nov. 27 for the Thanksgiving holiday.To assistance fulfill

entertainment requirements, customers having a Casper Leisure pass will certainly be permitted to utilize other Casper Recreational facilities, including the Aquatic Center, throughout the shutdown duration. Patrons will also be permitted to make use of the facilities at the YMCA throughout any of the shutdown times. The Entertainment Center will resume Sunday, Nov. 30 for routine hours. Customers might call the Leisure Center at 235-8383 for any questions about the planned shutdown.The Entertainment Center lobby will stay open throughout the shutdown duration to accommodate center customers and those wishing to register for passes and classes. Recreation Center lobby hours during this time will be as follows: 6 am to 8 pm Nov. 26; 6 am to 6 pm Nov. 28; and 8 am to 6 pm Nov. 29. Regular lobby hours will resume on Sunday, Nov. 30. Patrons might likewise sign up online for activities at certain details about the City of Casper entertainment programs or facilities, call the Casper Entertainment and Aquatic Center at 235-8383 or go to

Money Still Left Unclaimed In Oregon

Oregonians have $472,000,000 in unclaimed money

If the news hadnt reported that, I would have no methodno chance to understand, said Carl Springer. The Beaverton man got a look for $76.

It was a great supper out basically, he said.After a KGW

examination in August, the state received 4,325 claims for unclaimed property totaling more than $1.7 million. ManyThe majority of the claims were submitted online.Many of our questions originated from people who saw something on Facebook, said Julie Curtis, representative for Oregon Department of State Lands.The state of Oregon is holding$

472 million dollars in unclaimed home. Typically, the cashthe cash concerns the state due to the fact that businesses cant discover the owner for one factor or another.A random search on the streets of downtown Portland found several rightful owners.Wow! said loudly Richard McDaniel. After browsing the state database, we discovered the Portland guy had just under$50 coming his way. I would have never known. They might have called me.Many cash-strapped cities and state firms have countless dollars waiting to be declared.

Several charities also have unclaimed funds.To search the database, click right hereclick on this link.

Saudi Arabia, Egypt To Strengthen Tourist Ties

The Kingdom plans to boost tourism ties with the Arab world, particularly Egypt, at the 17th Conference of Arab Tourist Ministers taking location in Cairo today, stated Prince Sultan bin Salman, president of the Saudi Commission for Tourist and Antiquities.Prince Sultan arrived in Cairo on Wednesday night and was welcomedrated by the Egyptian Minister of Tourism Hesham Zaazou, the Saudi Ambassador to Egypt and the Arab League Ahmad Al-Qattan, and Fahd Al-Fuhaid, president of the Jeddah-based Arab Tourist Organization.Before leaving the airport, Prince Sultan spoke to press reporters about the Kingdom’s relations with Egypt.”My see right here is to express our continuous support as Saudis for Egypt and its individuals, not just to go to the conference,”he stated.”The visit is a reflection of the deep issue of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah and Crown Prince Salman for the health of Egypt and its individuals, and to buildimprove the already strong and long-standing ties in between the two brotherly nations, “he said.The conference, chaired by the Iraq tourism and antiquities minister, Adel Al-Shershab, will go over 18 items including an Arab tourist technique, and simplifying the flow of travelers in between nations in the region by looking at problems such as visas.There would likewise be discussion on security problems, decision on the yearly Arab tourism capital, and a prize for leading restaurants