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Kudos and kindness

Tahoe Daily Tribune Staff Reports

To the editor:

South Lake Tahoe Women’s Center would like to thank the local band Lavish Green for performing at the Rockwater on April 13 to raise awareness and money for the Women’s Center’s child abuse, sexual assault and domestic violence programs.

The event was a great success, thanks to the following individuals and businesses that donated time, raffle prizes, and much more. Lavish Green band members Chris Sanchez, Joel Gruneich, Rob Wheeler and John Shafer; Paul Howel of Phresh Productions; Phoenix Westwood; Lakeland Village; Tahoe Beach & Ski Club; Fantasy Inn; Sessions Salon and Phil Arly, Steve Romero and Rachel of Sessions; KRLT/KOWL; The Improv at Harveys; Pantyline Productions; The Cork & More; The Butter-Muffin; Bali Kim Originals; Cherry Bombs; Divided Sky; Good Fella’s Pizza; Video Library; Tahoe Bowl; Neighbors Bookstore; T-shirt, Sweatshirt & Tahoe Souvenirs Outlet; Kragen; Grass Roots; Tahoe Spirit Coffee; Lakeview Sports; Blue Angel Café; Baskin Robbins; Lasting Beauty; Lake Monster Tattoo; Mad About Music; Nails by Lillian; Hot Gossip; Round Table Pizza; Tahoe One Hour Cleaner; Tahoe Keys Deli; Starbucks; Red Hut; Yellow Submarine; and a special thanks to the Rockwater Bar and Grill for opening their facility and providing staff for this important event. The Women’s Center is grateful to the community for their ongoing support and generosity.

South Lake Tahoe Women’s Center


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