Club gets new van |

Club gets new van

Provided to the Tahoe Daily Tribune. Members of the Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe are joined by El Dorado County Supervisor Norma Santiago; Ashleigh Petrell, Boys & Girls Club coordinator; and Steve Rude, Boys & Girls Club director, as they admire the club's new van. From left are James Hustler, Santiago, Michelle Gatien, Rude, Petrell, Brian Puleri, Jennifer Alvarado and Kyle Pietrowski.

Members of the Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe are excited about their four-wheel drive van.

The club received the van through funding from an El Dorado County Enhancement grant. The van will enable the club to take members to scheduled events and places such as local art museums, performances, and other field trips such as participating in inter-club activities with members from clubs in Reno, Carson City and North Lake Tahoe.

The Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe is based on principles of youth development and is available to all youth in the community ages 6 through 18. Annual membership is $20 for after-school programs. The club offers a variety of programs that enhance the academic success of members and provides leadership and community service projects as well as a variety of other high yield learning activities.

For more information call the club at (530) 542-0838.

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