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Kudos & Kindness

We want to thank everyone who helped make the Douglas County Democratic Central Committee’s third annual summer barbecue such a huge success. First and foremost, Gim and Joyce Hollister for the use of their beautiful ranch in Genoa; Ann Harmon and Ben Lehman for providing much of the food and beverages; and Evan Beavers and Don Southwick for the tent, tables and chairs.

We also want to thank the following who helped set up, serve food, sell tickets and break down: James Brown, Mike Grimm, Warren Harnden, Chuck and Carole Vickrey, Ruth Strand, Bud and Jo Ann Orange, John and Donna Leveck, Connie Nimis, Rob and Vicki Bates, Jo Sprinkle, Lillian Dubroka, Ed Good, Cindy and Bill Trigg, Jennifer Hollister and Kurt Hildebrand.

A special thank-you goes to the 150 attendees and the candidates who contributed to making this such a special event.

If you would like more information about the Democratic party or any of the candidates running in the primary and general elections, please call the headquarters at (775) 783-1903 or (775) 721-7530.

Bud Orange and Cindy Trigg


Douglas County Democratic Central Committee

Help from many on softball game

Sierra Recovery Center had its annual softball game on Aug. 4. The game allows staff and clients to get together in a friendly competition. Such an activity allows the clients to be out and realize that you can still have fun without using or drinking.

This event would not have been successful without donations from companies. A special thanks goes to Brian Cohen, owner of Overland Meat Company, who was gracious enough to donate about 40 very tasty hamburger patties. Also, thanks to Gary of Lake Tahoe Sporting Goods, who donated softball balls and gloves. Kaye from Raley’s at Stateline graciously donated a $25 gift card for us to buy condiments and other items for the event. Last but not least, thanks to Jim Pozniak who donated cookies and pastries.

The support of all these local companies is invaluable for a nonprofit agency in our small community. Thanks again for your generosity and support.

Sierra Recovery Center

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