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Kudos & Kindness

Wedding & Honeymoon Association donates to Project44

Heartfelt thanks and kudos to the following contributing businesses that helped raise $448 at the recent monthly meeting and Cake Walk Fundraiser of the South Lake Tahoe Wedding & Honeymoon Association (SLTWHA): Cakes By Grace Bakery (Stateline) for hosting this event in its bakery and donating all the assorted desserts; The Fox & Hound Restaurant (Stateline) for providing the incredible food; Tahoe Party Rentals (SLT) for donating the tables, chairs and heaters; Dart Liquor (Stateline) for donating the wine; plus an assortment of SLTWHA members who donated cakes, gift certificates and miscellaneous prizes. The Charity Cake Walk was attended by more than 50 members of the SLTWHA. All $448 of the proceeds was donated to the “Keep Tahoe Kids On The Hill” Project44, that’s developing 44 much-needed new safe,loving foster homes for kids in South Lake Tahoe. For more information visit http://www.project44.net.

Robert P. Taylor

Director, Press & PR

South Lake Tahoe Wedding & Honeymoon Association

B&B thanks Daisies

Bread & Broth would like to thank the “Daisies” Girl Scout Troop 31 for the seven dozen cupcakes they made and decorated for B&B’s dinner guests on April 14. The members of Troop 31 are kindergartners and first graders who meet at St. Therese Grade School. They made the delicious cupcakes as a special treat which they personally delivered to the dinner. Thank you for making the dinner special with your desserts and proud and happy faces.

Carol Gerard

Bread & Broth fundraising chairperson

Heavenly hosts B&B dinner

Heavenly Mountain Resort’s Product Sales and Services team members had a very busy night serving the 98 guests who attended Bread & Broth’s dinner April 14. The hard working volunteers representing the PSS team were Paul Hopkins, director; Kelly Carmichael, manager; James Mitchell, assistant manager, Jimi Herbst, manager and Jolena Hearn, greeter/host manager.

“It is always a joy to work with the crew at Bread & Broth,” said Paul. He and his fellow Heavenly crew members have all previously volunteered at B&B dinners and their experience and helpfulness also makes them favorites with the B&B volunteers.

Bread & Broth applauds Heavenly Mountain Resort and its employees for their generous contributions of time and money to our Adopt A Day of Nourishment program and the less fortunate. “This is a great opportunity to give back to the community in which we live,” said Jimi Herbs You can tell by the smiles, thanks and appreciative words of our dinner guests, that they too are very thankful that Heavenly Mountain Resorts and its employees are so involved and committed to helping their community.

For more B&B information, visit http://www.breadandbroth.org or find us on Facebook.

Carol Gerard

Bread & Broth fundraising chairperson

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