Kudos & Kindness
This letter is a huge thank you to all my friends and guests for making Holly’s Place such a great success. I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1989, and just starting Holly’s Place, a special place in South Lake Tahoe for women and their dogs.
As Holly’s Place grew, I have met hundreds of women just like me who are facing the challenges of a terminal or long-term illness. This is why I founded Tahoe Helping Hands, Inc., a nonprofit organization that focuses on such women. We are raising money to make Holly’s Place a retreat location that offers workshop, group support, networking, love and peace to help these women.
We cannot do this without your support. All donations are tax-deductible. A DVD showing the impact donations have on the lives of women, their caregivers and their dogs will be sent to all supporters. To make a donation and for more information, call (530) 541-4263.
Holly Eimer and staff of Tahoe Helping Hands, Inc.
The folks at The Deerfield Lodge extend their heartfelt thanks to the many families, friends and participants who helped make the second annual Pumpkin Patch benefiting Tahoe Wildlife Care even bigger than last year. Hopefully, this is the continuation of a great South Lake Tahoe tradition.
A special thanks goes out to the volunteers – Elliot, Mia, Justin and Tina – for their hard work. Also, the event would not have been so successful without the help of local businesses who participated. A big thank you to Café Fioré, Hot Gossip, Scusa!, Tep’s Villa Roma and The Riva Grill.
The proprietors wish to especially thank Heather Cowan of Deerfield Lodge for organizing the successful event.
The Deerfield Lodge
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