INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Did you celebrate the first day of summer Tahoe style? If not, just go out and do it now — hike, bike, beach and enjoy summer at Tahoe.Don’t forget that this Sunday is the Golf Fore Education fundraiser. Play some golf, eat some great food and participate in the auction all to support our local charities Incline Schools Academic Excellence Foundation (ISAEF), the Tahoe Nevada American Association of University Women and Project MANA. For information go to www.golfforeeducation.com.If you have always wanted to decorate the village, this is your chance. Red, White and Tahoe Blue will provide all the supplies, along with something to eat, and you can do the decorating thing. I can’t wait to see our village all Red, White and Tahoe Blue! For information about this as well as all of the upcoming events go to www.redwhiteandtahoeblue.com go show your community spirit.Remember that the Incline Village Relay for Life is almost here and teams are still needed. For information go to www.inclinevillagerelay.org or call Linda Crowell at 775-842-7953.Tuesday, July 10, at the Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences at SNC, Wendy Perrin of Conde Nast Traveler Magazine will share Secrets Every Smart Traveler Should Know. This is a fundraiser for READ. For information go to www.READEvent.org.Save the Date of Sept. 6 for a unique signature event, The Community Table, presented by the Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation. Watch for more information to arrive in July.Congratulations to Sam Crowell for the hole in one on the 11th hole at the Mountain Course last week. Way to go Sam!A few birthdays to celebrate: Ryan Petritsch on June 21; Lisa Hoopes on June 22; Linda Offerdahl on June 23; Joy Michiel (Big Joy) and Kathy Shotwell on June 24; Richard Blalock on June 25; Roberto Avila-Herrera on June 26; and Angie Rodriguez on June 27.The best deal or steal out there this week is at Leniki Boutique. Paula Bonham is moving her great boutique soon to the Christmas Tree Village Shopping area and is holding a moving sale now. Go check it out!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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