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League to Save Lake Tahoe meeting

The League to Save Lake Tahoe is hosting a tour of the Ehrman Mansion at D.L. Bliss State Park this weekend to educate residents about a part of Lake Tahoe’s history.

Bill Lindeman of California State Parks plans to lead a tour of the historic mansion.

Participants are supposed to meet at 10 a.m. Saturday at the League’s South Shore office, 955 Emerald Bay Road.

The League, which has existed more than 40 years, is Tahoe’s oldest organization dedicated solely to the environment of the basin. For nearly a year, the organization has conducted monthly weekend retreats where participants snowshoe through old-growth forests, go on wildflower hikes and kayak in Tahoe.

Information is available by calling (530) 541-5388.

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