Kudos & Kindness
On behalf of St. Theresa Catholic School staff and students, we would like to thank the generous donors to this year’s crab dinner fundraiser.
The following businesses and/or individuals contributed fantastic donations to our silent auction, live auction and envelope raffle.
They were Rude Bros., Alpina Coffee Café, Hallam Chiropractic, Fat City, Cassidy Classic Cleaning, Rainbow Mountain Ski & Board, Inn by the Lake, Lilly’s Tire Service, Savvy, SpoilMeRotten.com, The Sidestreet Boutique, Caesars Tahoe, Quilting Tahoe, Zephyr Feed and Boarding, Mirabelle French Restaurant, Eagle Valley Golf, Sierra-at-Tahoe, Tahoe Pool Service, Phresh Endz Salon, George’s Performance, Curves – Zephyr Cove, Kayak Tahoe, Embassy Vacation Resort, Jerard Trombka, D.D.S., Kevin Cassidy, D.D.S., Thomas Jarrett, D.D.S., Mireya Ortega, D.D.S., Deana Brothers, D.D.S., Rip N Willies, Tahoe Queen/MS Dixie, Zephyr Cove Snowmobile, PUSH Fitness, Norm’s Auto Repair, Off the Hook, Alpine Family Practice, The Ridge Tahoe, Alpine Carpet One, Mile High Fishing Charters, Sunrise Ski and Snowboard, Scotty’s Hardware, Tahoe Paradise Golf Course, Nik-n-Willies Pizza, Lakeland Village, Custom Ski & Board, Homewood Mountain Resort, Tahoe Sand & Gravel, Jim Ferguson Excavating, Evan’s American Gourmet Café, Associates in Photography, The Spa Doc, Tahoe Consulting Group, Emerald Bay Physical Therapy, Tahoe Pro Roofing, Laura Cefalu Ice Skating, Joe and Joann Tillson, Trav Schweitzer, Linda Lafavre-Coyle, Sierra Floors & Mountain Décor, Tahoe Fly Fishing, Robert and Nancy Blaney, Maison Rustique, Above & Beyond Photography, Lake Tahoe Liquors, Rudy’s Plumbing and Heating, Dart Liquors, Dr. Steven Kline, Joe Philippe, Playday Childcare, Kathay Lovell, Tahoe Seasons Resort, Deana Jarrett, Artifacts, Tahoe Women’s Care, A Massage for All Seasons, Lake Tahoe Winter Experience Snowmobile Track, Fairfield Resorts and Joe Filipko, Dianna Laugheed, Del Munro-Lucido, Tahoe Mountain Soap Company, Mountain Meadow Reading, Mirar Innovations, 2 Dogs & A Cat, Shannon’s Day Spa, Beads, Etc., South Tahoe Refuse Company, Sunsational Tanning, Gold Hill Olive Oil Company, Awards of Tahoe, Dory’s Oar and The Tudor Pub, Freshies Restaurant, Applebee’s, Berry-Hinckley Industries, Overland Meats, The Burger Lounge, Costco Wholesale, The Beacon Bar and Grill, Wulstein Financial Services, Steve and Diane Yarrow, AAA Roofing, Inc., Sierra Veterinary Hospital, Marine Performance, Mr. and Mrs. John Weidman, Dr. Martin Salm, FAACS, and The Jon Paul Gallery.
We also couldn’t have had such a successful evening without the wonderful volunteers from our school and community who helped set-up, serve, and clean-up.
Finally we’d like to thank Ed Winslow and the guys from Fat City for their wonderful crab dinner.
Thank you community. You are amazing.
Daunelle Wulstein and Deana Jarrett, co-chairs
St. Theresa Catholic School crab feed
Three cheers for Mr. Viking
The youth of this community are really marvelous. Many spend their precious free time volunteering or working for social service agencies.
There is one young man we would like to single out.
Mac Cerceo participated in Mr. Viking at South Tahoe High School. He tied for the People’s Choice and decided to turn the money he raised from this honor over to Tahoe Youth & Family Services.
Because of Mac’s generous donation, Tahoe Youth & Family Services will be able to continue building a community that takes care of its children.
Three cheers for Mac and three cheers for the future leaders of this community.
Tahoe Youth & Family Services
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