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Lake Tahoe Educational Foundation getting active

Jim Grant / Tahoe Daily Tribune Lake Tahoe Educational Foundation board of directors members taking a break during a recent meeting are, seated, Chris Campion, left, John Upton and Bill Kingman. Standing are Brooke Olivares-Laine, Wendy David, Pradip Patel, Mark Lilly, Debra McHugh and Del Laine.
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The Lake Tahoe Educational Foundation has scheduled several events: Its annual membership drive will take place in March; “Our Community-Our Schools Food Fest” is scheduled for April 4 at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe; the Celebration of Education will be May 29 at Harrah’s; and homecoming is slated for Oct. 3-4.

The Lake Tahoe Educational Foundation officers recently installed for 2008 are: John Upton, president; Chandler Monroe, vice president – finance; Chris Campion, vice president – membership; Bill Kingman, vice president – media; Kathy Southern, treasurer; and Cookie Rork, secretary.

Board of directors members newly inducted for three-year terms are: Debra McHugh, Paige Cefalu, Audrey Olmer and Pradip Patel. Finishing out their one- and two-year commitments on the board are Greg Bergner, Jerry Bindel, Abby Killebrew, Suzanne Kingsbury, Mark Lilly, Pedro Lopez, Brooke Olivares-Laine, Malcolm Pribyl and Susie Raby. Ex-officio board members are Wendy David, Del Laine and James Tarwater.



More information about the Lake Tahoe Educational Foundation and membership is available at http://www.ltedf.org.


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