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Educational Foundation hosts 2004 honorarium

Tahoe Daily Tribune Staff Reports

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The Lake Tahoe Educational Foundation will recognize and honor recipients of the 2004 Graduate Fellowship and Grants Program as well as retiring support staff, administrators and support staff on Thursday at Harrahs Special Events Center.

Retiring teachers include Russ Anderson, Wynne Boynton, Pam Greenfield and Carol Haase-Hug. Patty Brown from the district office will be retiring, as will administrators Mike Greenfield and Susanne Stuck. Ms. Stuck has been with the district since 1974, serving first as a counselor at South Tahoe High School and, for the past 20 years, at South Tahoe Middle School.

The 2004 Graduate Fellowship will be presented to Robyn Lindner ’99 by LTEF board member Cookie Rork.

Board member John Upton will present plaques for service to the Lake Tahoe Educational Foundation to retiring members Dru Cunningham, Deb Howard, Bob Kingman and Delicia Spees.

Carol Haase-Hug will announce program grants including $3,750 for a set of orchestral chimes, $6,573 for eight terminals for the STHS library, $2,000 for transportation to honor events for the middle school orchestra and $4,000 for the STHS Challenge Day. In addition Malcolm Pribyl will present the first Cindy Pribyl Education Fund Grant and Doug Forte will present the first Daphne Forte Music in our Schools grant. Students under the direction of JJ Clause will perform several musical numbers featuring the instruments purchased with these grant funds.

The reception will begin at 6 p.m. with no-host cocktails and dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. The cost is $30 per person and reservations may be made by contacting Del Laine at (530) 544-6249, faxing (530) 544-8889, or by e-mail to lainetahoe@aol.com. The public is invited to attend and join in the celebration to recognize all the distinguished honorees.


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