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Kudos & Kindness

On Oct. 30 the Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe hosted its annual Halloween carnival. The staff worked hard setting up the haunted house and other fun stuff to assure that our members had a great (and scary) event.

The staff and members of the club would like to extend their sincere appreciation to our community partners who helped make the event such a success. We send a warm thank-you to the South Lake Tahoe Police Department, who brought the ever-popular fire truck for the kids to explore. We also thank Pinnacle Real Estate Group and Raley’s for their generous donations of pumpkins and Halloween goodies. Thanks to everyone, our members and their families had a fabulous Halloween experience.

Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe

Many helped with Funfest

Kahle Community Center would like to extend a warm thank you to Lake Tahoe Kiwanis Sunrisers for their sponsorship of the Family Fitness Funfest on Oct. 14. Their generous contribution and volunteerism allowed our center to offer this family day free of charge.

Thank you to personal trainers, Melissa Zeffer, Rhonda Beckham and John Alvarez; Rose Marie Ottman, Kris Zehren and instructors from Jazzercise for offering classes and demonstrations free of charge; Nancy Brinkley and Liz Beeson for the massages; Jamba Juice for their tasty juices; Tahoe Trail Bars for their nutritious bars; Nevada Dairy Council; Barton Memorial Hospital; Tahoe Gymnastics; Raley’s for the pumpkins,; Tahoe Youth and Family Services for the face painting; and Burger King for the ice and igloos.

Thanks also to Curtis Fong for providing flagging announcing the event, KOWL, KRLT, Mountain News, Tahoe Daily Tribune and the youth/teen volunteers who are the leaders of the future.

Congratulations to Karl Aynedter for the free Kahle pass.

More than 650 people attended this fun-filled family day.

Connie Robertson coordinator

and the staff of Douglas County Parks and Recreation

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