Letter — AIDS Marathon raises $7,000
Thank you to everyone who supported and participated on the AIDS Marathon fund-raiser Jan. 12 aboard the Tahoe Queen.
More than $7,000 was raised on behalf of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. The money will go to a comprehensive array of services including one-on-one counseling services, housing programs, government advocacy, prevention campaigns, treatment referrals, AIDS Prevention Efforts in surrounding counties as well as HIV treatment access in the developing world.
We want to thank everyone who came out to support our event. It wouldn’t be possible without all of you. Special recognition goes to Joe DeFelice, Chuck Shapiro, Laureen Hooper, Chris Burke @ ARAMARK Lake Tahoe, Mark Conrad & All About Me, John Adler @ High Sierra Sounds, Mark Crowe Magic Man, Siam Restaurant, All About Nails By Kathie, Taylor York Salon, Edgewood Tahoe, Embassy Suites, Inn By the Lake, Mirabelles French Restaurant, Kingsbury Athletic, Eddie Wall for donating 2003 Jeenyus and Forum Snowboards/ Ski Attire, a wedding ceremony from the Heart, Fantasy Inn, Mario’s, Enterprise RentaCar, Zephyr Cove Resort and Marina & Lake Tahoe Cruises, Not Just Java, The Divided Sky, Ski Run Boat Co., Thrans, Justine Bradford Chiropractic, The Brewery, The Christiana Inn, Kirkwood Ski Resort, Sams, Sierra- at-Tahoe Ski Resort, The Tudor Pub, Chevys, Safeway, Dart Liquor, Southern Wine and Spirits, The Cork and More, The Entertainer, KRLT, K-MTN, The Forecast, Tahoe Daily Tribune, Pine Tree Printing, US Bank, LTVA and everyone who came aboard.
Brandi, Dawn, Kim Schlagel, Kerry Hawk, Jessica Thornton
Marathon participants and fund-raising coordinators
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