Kudos & Kindness
Cub Scout Pack 468 recently participated in its annual Scouting for Food drive as part of the Good Turn for America program. Sixteen Scouts collected more than 1,000 canned and boxed food items delivered to Christmas Cheer.
Many thanks to our community members who graciously donated to this worthy cause.
Cub Scout Pack 468 serves boys on the Nevada side of the South Shore in first through fifth grades. If you are interested in learning more about Pack 468, please call Kim Felton at (775) 588-3121.
Cub Scout Pack 468
The Brotherhood thanks community
The Brotherhood Motorcycle Club thanks all the people who helped with this year’s Hogg Wild XII event in August. Thanks to your support, we were able to feed 320 people for Thanksgiving.
Without the support of our local people and businesses, we would not be able to help our local families in need.
Thanks to Christmas Cheer for helping us find families to help and for the organization’s year-round community support. We live in a great community, and we look forward to future fundraising events. We hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving, and the Brotherhood Motorcycle Club wishes you all a Merry Christmas.
Mike Herron, president
Brotherhood Motorcycle Club
Barton Auxiliary Holiday Faire was a success
It took a village to produce Barton Auxiliary’s Holiday Faire. It was a resounding success. In January, village participants, The Attic’s volunteers, began selecting treasures from new, gently used donations from the South Lake Tahoe community.
Items included collectibles, fashions, jewelry, the auxiliary’s famous cheese balls and more.
Organizers Margaret Grodzik, Arlyce Guerry and Clare Hair fine-tuned details for the Nov. 4 event, and the village grew with ticket sellers, kitchen crew and salespeople. Barton’s kitchen donated food to sell.
Advertising through the Tahoe Daily Tribune, Mountain News, Record Courier and KMTN spread the word. All gathered under the “village” roof at St. Theresa Parish Hall, resulting in a day of good cheer.
More than $13,000 was realized for Barton’s medical equipment. Holiday Faire participants and customers, you made our day.
Barton Memorial Hospital Auxiliary
Thanks to supporters of Halloween party
The South Tahoe Chamber of Commerce thanks all 30 business, nonprofit organizations, volunteers and the young men of Sierra Community Church for a successful Halloween party at the Pine Cone Acre Motel.
Our board members personally served more than 1,500 s’mores to happy, smiling kids in costumes. In fact, one man exclaimed, “I have never been in a place so happy and full of smiles.”
Thank you, too, to the police and fire departments for their continued attendance. They truly make it a safe community event.
Any questions regarding Treat Street 2008, please call Danny Freemon at (530) 544-4424.
Danny Freemon, president
South Tahoe Chamber of Commerce
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