Kudos & Kindness
The Tahoe Area Sierra Club thanks Don Lane and Gina Thompson of the U.S. Forest Service for speaking at our last meeting. A standing-room-only crowd greeted Don as he told tales of Desolation Wilderness, weaving together historical facts with day-to-day realities of managing the wilderness.
Gina spoke about plans to improve both facilities and visitor recreational experience at Tahoe. She fielded many comments and questions from the group about geotourism and how we can work together to highlight things uniquely Tahoe and encourage visitors to become stewards of our fragile ecosystem. All members of the community are invited to join our monthly meetings.
Tahoe Area Sierra Club
I’d like to thank South Tahoe officers Pierre and Jake for their hard work on the burglary that took place at my home in October. Not only were the perpetrators caught, but most of our belongings were recovered.
Thanks also to Officer Jeff, who spotted a stolen watch that linked the suspect to the burglary. I know our law enforcement personnel are working very hard due to shortages, and I want to thank all of them for not giving up on our case. God bless you all.
Thank you to those businesses and individuals who donated their time and resources to make the Kinder Kup Race held Jan. 13 successful.
Thank you to the following businesses: Rainbow Mountain, Mott Canyon, Lakeside Inn, Tai One On, Shoreline Sports, Tahoe Gymnastics, Alpen Sierra Coffee, Tahoe Boot N Bike, CC’s Pirate Treasures, Lira’s Supermarket, Riva Grill, Sidestreet Boutique, Malibu Boats and Heavenly Resort.
Thanks, too, to our two series sponsors, Tahoe Sports Ltd. and Red Hut cafes, for being our partner in this event year after year, and all Heavenly Foundation parents who donated raffle prizes and time. Without your help and support, this race would not be possible.
Raquel Norton and staff
Heavenly Ski Foundation
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El Dorado County deputies arrested two people on suspicion of grand theft and possession of burglary tools after reportedly finding items linked to catalytic converter thefts in a vehicle during a traffic stop Jan. 13.