Kudos & Kindness
It is with sincere and heartfelt appreciation that I have the pleasure of thanking our South Shore community for their support on behalf of the Tahoe Douglas Rotary Club. The 39th annual St. Patrick’s Day Wine Tasting and Corned Beef Feed was a tremendous success, raising more than $47,000 that will send our children to college, provide relief to women in need, furnish winter clothing for children that would likely go without just to name a few. More than 20 local nonprofit organizations will benefit from this event.
The success of this event depends on people just like you supporting those in our community who need our help for sometimes the most basic of needs. The success of the Tahoe Douglas Rotary annual fundraiser depends on many of our local businesses that are very generous with their donations for the South Shore’s best silent auction of the year. Thank you for your continued support.
Thanks to John Steinbach and Ellen Booker of Embassy Suites Resort Lake Tahoe for contributing and organizing more than 120 hotel packages throughout the United States and Hawaii.
We owe a debt of gratitude to the Tahoe Daily Tribune, KRLT-FM and KOWL-AM for helping us promote the event. The biggest thank you of all has to go to all the wonderful people within our community that support our St. Patrick’s Day fundraiser each year. You should all be very proud knowing that your efforts help make the South Shore of Lake Tahoe the best place to live in the world!
— Bob Colvin, president-elect
Tahoe Douglas Rotary Club
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