INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Good to know that the Tahoe tradition continues — snow for Memorial weekend. By now the Tahoe Biltmore is trained in the bad weather department for its Memorial Day events and just continues to make the best of it no matter what Mother Nature sends. Thanks, Heather Bacon and Biltmore, for this annual celebration to honor our veterans.Quite a few events will take place this weekend, and the weather might cooperate, so get out there and enjoy Tahoe. National Trails Days is on Saturday, June 2. For information about the activities, go to www.tahoerimtrail.org.From 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, June 2, Waste Not is coordinating the annual Incline Village/Crystal Bay North Shore Community Clean-up. Meet at the Recreation Center to receive assignments and supplies. For information contact Waste Not at 775-832-1284. Please help keep the village clean.Tahoe’s Connection for Families is holding a yard sale from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday, June 2, at its Village Shopping Center location at 754 Mays Blvd. Items available include furniture, tools and lots and lots of unique treasures. For information call 775-832-8230.And one last event for the weekend — the Fur Ball is Saturday, June 2. I am not sure if any tickets are still available, but call 775-832-4404 or stop at the Pet Network facility and see if you can still attend this great event to support our local pet facility.The Incline Hospital Auxiliary annual Classy Garage Sale is from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday, June 9, in the parking lot of the Incline Village Hospital. Bring donations of all kinds except clothing to the parking lot on Friday, June 8. If you have some large items arrange to have them picked up by calling Cookie at 775-831-2698 or Barbara at 775-832-6760.Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Donald W. Reynolds Community Non-Profit Center on Wednesday, June 13. Tours of the building begin at 4:30 p.m. and will be followed by a short award ceremony at 6:30 p.m. The community is invited to celebrate with hors d’oeuvres and refreshments. Susie Scoops will provide ice cream. Come see the building that collaboration built. For information call Jean Eick at 775-298-0184 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.The annual Golf Fore Education tournament will be on Sunday, June 24 at the Championship Course. It’s is now a one-day, one-course event and is followed by the auction. This event is a fundraiser for Incline Schools Academic Excellence Foundation (ISAEF), the Tahoe Nevada American Association of University Women and Project MANA. For information and to register go to www.golfforeeducation.com.Save the date of Aug. 12 for the North Lake Tahoe Women’s Club annual fashion show. The event will be held in the Lakeshore Room of the Hyatt this year. Anyone interested in helping should contact Kristen at 775-832-8012. Carol Johnson, Millie Szerman, Carol Carlisle, Patty Smevik, Ronnie Rector, Donna Haney, Beth Lyons, Teri Fitzpatrick, Susan Herron, Stevie Walton, Debbie Burgoyne, Millie Carter, Ursula Lipkowitz and Leanne Thorne are all headed to the National Bowling Stadium in Reno to compete in the USBC Women’s Championships this weekend. Good luck ladies and we hope some of your local fans will make it down to cheer you on.Happy Anniversary on May 29 to Shane and Michelle Goddard and on June 1 to Linda and Richard Offerdahl.Birthday to celebrate this week include: Madylon Meiling on June 1; James Hull, Jose Ortega and Abby Paris on June 2; Marc Platt on June 3; Ted Fuller on June 5; Mark Herron and John Nosek on June 6. Happy Birthday.This week’s deal is the first summer moonlight hike for seniors and wine and cheese social on Tuesday, June 5. The easy hike up to the Crystal Bay Lookout is a great way to exercise, socialize and enjoy the beauty of Tahoe all with the added benefit of the spectacular moon overhead. For information and reservations call 775-832-1310.As always send in your birthdays, anniversaries, graduations and news along with the best deals and steals you can find to email@example.com.
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