Ice rink seeks donations |

Ice rink seeks donations


In September of 2000 the voters of South Lake Tahoe passed Measure S which provided funds to construct a 37,000-square-foot regulation National Hockey League-size enclosed ice skating facility located adjacent to the Recreation Complex on Rufus Allen Blvd. The construction of the ice rink started in the summer of 2001 and is expected to be completed in late January 2001.

Lake every new facility the rink will need some important finishing touches. The South Lake Tahoe Ice Rink Facility Gift Brochure will make community give giving easy. Produced by the Parks and Recreation Department, the gift brochure contains all the different components that will complete the ice rink. Items contained in the gift brochure include dash board, rental skates, benches, sound system, skate sharpener, theatrical lighting system, snack bar refrigerator and freezer, coin operated lockers and skate training aids. The city of South Lake Tahoe is seeking donations from the community to complete the rink and invited everyone to participate along with great Ideas for Tahoe, Inc. 501)c)3 nonprofit organization supporting the city of South Lake Tahoe’s part, recreation and public safety, neighborhood improvement and cultural art programs and projects. In return for a contribution donors will receive appropriate recognition on the Donor Wall inside the ice rink. All donations are tax deductible.

For more information regarding the ice rink donation program call Judy Crawford, recreation superintendent, at (530) 542-6058.

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