Kudos & Kindness
October 16, 2008
“Thank you” are two words that are often tossed around lightly every day by millions of people. Some are meant, and some just float off into space.
To me, it’s an expression of appreciation, and this “thank you” comes from my heart.
I can’t say enough for the help given me by the Nevada Fire Safe Council people, Jason Arnold and Jessica Mahnkan, and Cody Tree Service, which was sent to cut down trees around my home that could be a hazard if we had another Angora fire.
I know feel safer and have more light in my home. Again, a big “heart-hugging thank you.”
Bert’s Cafe hosted an absolutely fantastic spaghetti night for the cross country team last month. The generosity of Bueno and Marty Ketelsen was appreciated by the runners and the coaches of South Tahoe cross country. We would also like to acknowledge the donations of Bonanza Produce, Crystal Dairy, the Sausage Factory, Bakemark and U.S. Foods. Their donations, along with the cooks from Bert’s, provided a delicious dinner for all who attended. Once again, this community and Bert’s Cafe come through in support of youth athletic teams.
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We would like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation to Justin Clark and his wife, Jenny, for their excellent tennis teaching skills and contributions to our South Tahoe High School community.
Justin and Jenny are, respectively, the boys tennis and girls tennis coaches this year at STHS, and they are doing a fantastic job. Both teams are doing great this year, as we see in this newspaper regularly. They are caring, educated, highly skilled people with impressive tennis credentials. They are a fine asset to not only the high school, but to our whole community. These are just the kind of people we need in South Lake Tahoe.
On behalf of our own family and kids, and many others that we know feel the same way, thanks Justin and Jenny, and we look forward to many more years of your fine coaching and community spirit.
Steve and Debbie McHugh