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July 4, 2012
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Village Notes: What’s happening in our community

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — It’s time to celebrate. If for some reason you did not celebrate the Fourth of July yet, no worries. The celebration in Incline will continue all the way through Saturday. For a complete list of the events go to, or refer to the schedule of events on Page 7 of today’s newspaper.Thanks to everyone that did the blood testing with United Blood Services last week for Courtenay Silvergleid Wallpe. What a great community and what great support. A special shout out to Bill Ferrell.Just when you thought it was safe, the Bunco ladies are back at it on July 11. And the Ashworth Clan arrives this weekend too. Welcome back!It is so exciting to see all of the new businesses opening in town. Looking forward to checking each one out. Welcome!Don’t forget that Wendy Perrin of Conde Nast Traveler Magazine will be at the Tahoe Center for Environmental Studies on Tuesday, July 10 to share Secrets Every Smart Traveler Should Know. This is a fundraiser for READ. For information go to more Save the Date for the calendar is the Community Table, presented by the Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation. This event will be on Sept. 6. and tickets will be available in late July at have some anniversaries to celebrate this week. Happy Anniversary to Jerry and JoAn Hagy as well as John and Gail Krolick. Congratulations!Birthdays this week include: Debbie Burgoyne on July 2; Mary Rosenthal and Naomi Speiser-Freidus on July 7; Jesus Lara-Chavez and Corrine Mendall on July 8; Anthony Del Dotto and Bill Echols on July 10; Alfredo Morales and Tammara Winberg on July 11; Sarah Bartholomew, Chloe Bolton, Jim Giancola, Lilia Gutierrez, Lonny Parsons, Paul Richey and Joanna Taranowski on July 12. Happy Birthday!Best deal or steal this week is Saturday at Red, White andamp; Tahoe Blue. Start your day out with a smile at the free pancake breakfast at our main fire station and then head right over to the Community Parade followed by the Community Fair on Village Green. What a steal, three free events in a row. For times go to — and don’t forget the Rubber Duck Race in the afternoon.As always send in your birthdays, anniversaries and news, along with the best deals and steals you can find, to

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Tahoe Daily Tribune Updated Jul 4, 2012 04:05PM Published Jul 4, 2012 04:03PM Copyright 2012 Tahoe Daily Tribune. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.