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Kudos and Kindness: Art students donate scarves to the Women’s Center

Provided to the TribuneFrom left, Leanne Wagoner, executive director of the South Lake Tahoe Women's Center, Sarah Sanchez, development coordinator, and Addie Chernus, Lake Tahoe Community College instructor, display scarves donated to victims of domestic violence. and sexual assault.
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Students of Addie Chernus’ Silk Painting Workshop held at Lake Tahoe Community College generously donated 13 silk scarves and one silk jacket, all beautifully hand painted using a Japanese art form called Shibori, to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault at South Lake Tahoe Women’s Center.

Thank you Addie, Dorothy, Ann, Judy C., Nina, Walt, Joyce, Ann and Judy O. for your hard work and heartfelt donation.

South Lake Tahoe Women’s Center


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