Kudos & Kindness
To the editor:
On behalf of the more than 450 youth who will receive a warm and snugly hand-made cap, mitten or scarf to wear this winter, we would like to thank all the caring and talented people in our community who donated knitted, crocheted and stitched goodies to the annual “Caps for Kids” pro-gram.
Thank you again – Penny, Dawn, Anna, Toni, Nancy, Mary, Virginia, Teresa, Lydia, Megan, Jacque, Elisha, Lauren, Ina and you anonymous hat makers who dash in and out without leaving your names – for making this an especially warm and cozy winter for the needy children of South Lake Tahoe.
Efforts such as yours definitely enhance the holiday spirit and sense of community at South Lake Tahoe.
Cindy BebergRecreation coordinator
City of South Lake Tahoe Parks & Recreation Department
Conciseness is appreciated
To the editor:
Recently, many letters and articles in the Tahoe Daily Tribune were etched in political acrimony.
This letter is to congratulate you on the conciseness and precision of your articles. Many writers require 15 adjectives to describe each subject.
Thankfully, this problem is not evident in the Tribune, although it emerges at times in the political rhetoric. Basically, brevity prevails and the thought content is solid. This is important to me as a home delivery recipient.
If the paper were any thicker, my snow blower would be in danger of snapping shear pins.
Keep up the good work. So far, my snow blower has survived beautifully.
South Lake Tahoe