Dancers to perform at Senior Center’s party
All seniors, 50 years of age and over, are invited to attend a holiday party Dec. 7 at the Horizon Casino Resort. Sponsored by Senior Citizens, Inc., of the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center, the event will begin at 10:45 a.m. with no-host beverages, which may be purchased from the casino and brought back to the banquet room. At that time, people who wish may join in the singing of carols. At 11 a.m. there will be a brief installation of officers for 2003. At noon, lunch will be served with a prior choice of broiled salmon, chicken Milanese, vegetarian lasagna or roast top sirloin or beef. Selection of entree will be made when tickets are purchased.
At 1 p.m. the seniors will be entertained by Lake Tahoe’s Shining Stars from the Marcia Sarosik Dance Studio. The show will include tap, ballet, jazz and lyrical numbers featuring dancers ages 3 to adult. The dancers will perform to songs of the holiday season and popular routines from their spring recitals. These dancers have performed at community events, Disneyland, the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts in Reno and countless other venues. They are called Lake Tahoe’s Shining Stars because they light up the stage whenever they perform. Gifts will be distributed to all the participants at the party following the entertainment.
The deadline to purchase tickets for the holiday party is Dec. 2 at the SLT Senior Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd. This is an extension of the original reservation deadline date. The center will be closed Nov. 27 and Nov. 28. The cost for the party is $10 for members, who have paid their dues for 2002 and/or 2003, and $18 for guests. Membership, which includes a monthly newsletter describing all the activities of the group and many other items of interest is $10 a year.
For more information call the senior center at (530) 542-6094.
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