Kudos & Kindness
The Lake Tahoe Community College Yoga Club thanks Grass Roots, Gaialicious, Tahoe Hemp Co., Starbucks Coffee and Mountain Yoga for their support.
Thanks to your help, we have raised enough money to buy blankets for campus yoga classrooms. Thanks, also, to all the volunteers who helped with the bake sale. We really couldn’t have done this without the community’s support.
Anyone interested in yoga may e-mail Danielle Roberts, LTCC Yoga Club president, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Danielle Roberts, president
LTCC Yoga Club
The Tahoe Figure Skating Club of South Lake Tahoe presented two performances of “Charlie Brown and Friends Christmas on Ice” the weekend of Dec. 15 and 16. Thank you to everyone who attended for coming to enjoy our annual Christmas show.
Thanks also to the local media for getting the word out: Tahoe Daily Tribune, Tahoe Mountain News and KRLT radio. This time of year, many local businesses already have contributed to our community, and we are especially thankful to the 43 individuals and businesses who purchased advertisements in our show program and generously donated prizes for our raffle and silent auction.
The Tahoe Figure Skating Club
The students at Mount Tallac High School thank South Tahoe Refuse for sponsoring a conscious consumer seminar at our school.
Nikki Florio did a great job educating us on the differences between organic and nonorganic and what we need to be aware of as we shop. All the information was useful and informative.
Mount Tallac High School students
Residents of Tahoe Senior Plaza thank Cynthia Montgomery, owner of the Sakura Dojo in South Lake Tahoe. She donates her time and skills to our residents twice a month with balance exercise and flexology for their hands and feet. I personally would like to thank her for having such a kind and caring nature with our residents.
Thanks, also, to George Alm of KRLT 93.9/KOWL 1490 AM. George, you made some ladies very happy, and we just want to say thank you for thinking of us.
Merry Christmas to you both.
Tahoe Senior Plaza
Lakeside Inn & Casino recently hosted a holiday dinner for many of its customers. It included a live band; a generous, sumptuous buffet; and management staff circulating among the tables greeting the guests.
Hats off to CEO Mike Bradford, marketing director Pam Wheeler and particularly the culinary staff for the marvelous food.
It was a lovely time with a genuine sense of camaraderie.
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