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Kudos & Kindness

I wish to thank the following businesses and individuals, whose contributions helped make the Ageless Entertainers Variety show, Cruising Around the World, a success.

Thank you to the Horizon general manager and staff for use of the Cabaret Show Room and other valuable assistance; and to the contributors of raffle prizes: A Massage For All Seasons; ACH Retrofit; Allure Beauty Salon; Alpina Coffee Café; Beauty-On-The- Go (Denise Mowlem); Blakes Florist; Burger A-Go-Go; Canine College (Debra Jacobs); Carrow’s, Stateline, CA ; Chevy’s; Christenson Automotive; Debbie Holland (Mary Kay); Enchanted Florist; Ernie’s; Grant Levin Trio; High Sierra Go-Ped (Minden); Irma Roughton; Lakeside Inn; Lakeside Grill; Kim Kubek (Mary Kay); Music by Dyveke; Nina Hoffman; NY Pizza, Al Tahoe Boulevard.; Nel’s Hardware; Nepheles; Round Table Pizza, Emerald Bay Rd.; SLT Knitting Guild; Tahoe Bowl; Tahoe Dance Band; Tahoe Valley Pharmacy; The Wool Tree; Vern Lee and the Wallace Theater.

Proceeds from this show will be used for additions and improvements to the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center, which is used by many groups in the community. We are very grateful for the contributions to this project.

Arline June Gordon

Producer and co-directorAgeless Entertainers Variety Show

Light shed on Pathway 2007

The Citizen’s Alliance for Responsible Government would like to thank TRPA Executive Director John Singlaub for his time in addressing issues related to Pathway 2007 at our community meeting on Feb. 7.

Thanks also to Julie Regan for her attendance and to Embassy Suites for providing the room and hospitality. Most importantly, thanks to members of the community who attended and made the meeting successful.

Pat Martin

Citizen’s Alliance for Responsible Government

Father-daughter dance a success

Kahle Community Center would like to extend an enormous thank-you to Harrah’s/ Harveys for providing their convention center for our seventh annual Father Daughter Valentine’s Sweetheart Dance where more than 700 participants were in attendance.

Also, thank you to Safeway Bakery for their colossal cookies, to Harveys Florist for their floral arrangements and A-K Entertainment for the D.J.

Douglas County Parks and Recreation staff

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