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Annual school auction full of laughs

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – Take your seat and prepare to laugh April 9 at the Hollywood Improv Spring Auction to benefit local schools.

Event attendees can plan on comedy improv entertainment, a wine wall, silent and live auctions, drinks, hors d’oeuvres, dinner, celebrity spoofing and more. Tickets are $60 for general seating or $100 for VIP seating, which offers a few extra surprises for the upgraded ticket price. For more information and tickets visit zceswhittell.schoolauction.net/hollywoodimprov. The event is open to the public.

“The annual fundraiser helps both Zephyr Cove Elementary School and George Whittell High School be successful,” said Principal Crespin Esquivel of George Whittell High School.



Last year’s event raised almost $40,000 contributing laptops, athletic equipment, language software, library books, printers, hard drives, engineering books, cultural assemblies, science fair support, art and culinary supplies and more.

“The new touch screen in our class aides learning and is very interactive for the students,” said third grade teacher Susan Desrosiers.



The event is also looking for donations for live and silent auctions, said Spring Auction event planner Tara Addeo.

Donation ideas include gift certificates, themed gift basket, sponsorship or bottles of wine.

The April 9 event is the Nevada Lake Schools’ biggest fundraiser. Donations are tax deductible and a receipt is provided. Tickets can be purchased online as well as at Studio D Hair Salon and Forever Dance, both in Roundhill off McFaul Way. Find the event on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Annual-Spring-Auction-for-GWHS-and-ZCES/350064029802

For more information contact event coordinator, Tara Addeo at 775-230-5872 or lv2plan@aol.com.


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