ALVAREZ – a daughter, NAOMI PINEDA, born May 4, 2000, to Ana Laura Pineda and Cesar Alvarez of South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
DESPAIN – a son, KAI JAMES, born May 9, 2000, to Mark DeSpain and Jai Hayden of Seattle, Wash.
HINEMAN – a daughter, TAYLOR MARIE ABREU, born May 3, 2000, to Justin and Jennifer Hineman of Gardnerville, Nev.
HURTADO SIERRA – a son, MICHAEL ANGEL, born May 6, 2000, to Maria Sierra and Jose Hurtado of South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
MAND – a son, JASKARN SINGH, born April 18, 2000, to Deepak Mand of South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
MONTOYA – a daughter, ANGELA DIANE, born May 4, 2000, to Sandra Arellano and Miguel Montoya of South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
PENDAZ LOPEZ – a son, MANUEL, born May 2, 2000, to Maribel Lopez and Manuel Pendaz of South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
RESTVEDT – a son, REECE JADEN, born May 4, 2000, to Erik and Deborah Restvedt of Gardnerville, Nev.
SALCEDO – a daughter, KARINA, born May 1, 2000, to Guillermo and Margarita Salcedo of South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
SCHOUTEN – a daughter, AZALIZE MAKATA MICHELE, born May 4, 2000, to Lenore Truso Dennis and Andrew Schouten of South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
SEARIGHT – a son, AARON JAMAL, born May 4, 2000, to Gregory and Luannda Searight of South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
SIGEL – a son, LEE JOSEPH, born May 4, 2000, to Todd and Heather Siegel of South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
SVENDSEN – a son, DANE KEANU, born May 6, 2000, to Knud and Stacy Svendsen of South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
TRAUM – a daughter, TYLAR JANEL, born April 24, 2000, to Michael and Tracy Traum of Cave Rock, Nev.
VIVAS – a son, JACKSON ELY MYRON, born May 5, 2000, to Arturo and Elizabeth Vivas of South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
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