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Letter — Artists thank the community

Tahoe Daily Tribune

Tahoe Arts Project is in the middle of our 16th year of bringing professional performing artists into our local schools and community. This would not be possible without the support that we receive from many individuals and businesses.

On behalf of the board of directors of Tahoe Arts Project and all the children who benefit from our program, I would like to thank some of the people who have supported us this season. Our gratitude goes out to Lake Tahoe Unified School District, Douglas County School District, Alpine County School District, Sierra Bookshop, The Party House, South Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce, Tahoe Douglas Chamber of Commerce, Rainbow Mountain Ski and Board Shop, Soroptimist International of South Lake Tahoe, Ernie’s Coffee Shop, Chevys Fresh Mex, Best Western Timbercove Lodge, Lakeshore Lodge and Spa, Super 8 Motel, Lake Tahoe Community College Theater, Gene and Ann Rasmussen, Tahoe Daily Tribune, KMTN, KRLT, RSN, Mountain News, Mountain Kids, Harrah’s and Harveys, Gary Moore and his staff at the Ice Arena and all the businesses who donated items and food for our “50s on Ice fund-raiser.

We have many individuals and businesses w ho donate to Tahoe Arts Project on an annual basis and we truly appreciate your continued support.

We are planning our major fund-raiser, The Lake Tahoe Festival of Fine Arts, July 4, 5 and 6 at South Tahoe Middle School. If you are interested in receiving an application for artist, food vendor or community service booth please call (530) 542-3632. We also are looking for volunteers to help at the three-day event.

As state and federal funding for the arts continues to decline, Tahoe Arts Project must rely on the generosity of our community to exist. Thank you to all for your support. With your help we can continue for another 16 years. Tahoe Arts Project is a nonprofit, bistate organization that sponsors an annual performing arts series in our schools and community. If you would like to find out how you can support the arts please call us.

Peggy Aguilar-Thompson, executive director

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