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Kirk to entertain at potluck

Singer, dancer and comedian Anne Kirk will perform after the Sept. 7 potluck dinner meeting of the South Lake Tahoe Senior Citizens, Inc. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the senior center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd. Guests are welcome.

Participants are asked to bring a dish for six to eight people as well as their own plates and eating utensils. Members who attend will have an opportunity to win a $25 door prize. Everyone is eligible to win a cash prize in a raffle drawing. For more information call the senior center at (530) 542-6094.

Kirk, who has been singing and dancing since she was a little girl, appeared in Las Vegas three times each at the Tropicana and Harrah’s with a group called the Christopher Girls. Their choreographer, a former movie chorus boy, appeared with Gene Kelly in “Singing in the Rain.” Most recently they performed on the cruise ship Celebrity Line in Bermuda, entertaining three times a week. Kirk was a singer and mistress of ceremonies for those shows.



They also entertained at the opening of all the Del Webb Cities in California, Nevada and Arizona, where she also performed as a singer and mistress of ceremonies. Currently, she has teamed up with a keyboard player as a duo and they do many gigs in Arizona. In the past two years she was affiliated with the Veterans Varieties, which has performed a show for the World War II Memorial Fund. In that show she sang, danced and performed a comedy take-off on “Born to Lose.”


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