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Kudos & Kindness: Saint Joseph Community Land Trust hosts dinner

Saint Joseph Community Land Trust gives thanks to the Knights of Columbus Council 10611 for hosting its annual membership appreciation night with a delicious spaghetti dinner in Grace Hall at St. Theresa Church. More than 80 members and supporters came out on a snowy night to celebrate eleven years of service to communities around Lake Tahoe. Thank you also to lnterstate Realty Management and Annette and Al Luna, managers of Sierra Garden Apartments, for donating a turkey and pies for our raffle. Sierra Garden Apartments is one of the affordable properties owned by Saint Joseph CLT. We also appreciate Father Ben Deleon for allowing the use of Grace Hall; Mike Bradford with Lakeside lnn for donating a free dinner for two at one of their restaurants; South Tahoe Standup Paddle for donating a paddle boarding certificate for two; and numerous volunteers who assisted with setup, decorations and cleanup.

At the dinner, Board President Lyn Barnett announced Saint Joseph’s new capital campaign for the acquisition, rehabilitation and rental or sale of a one or two bedroom home to a qualifying household. Saint Joseph Community Land Trust has set a fundraising goal of $250,000 from local sources for this project.

Saint Joseph Community Land Trust is a democratically-controlled nonprofit organization founded in 2002 to address affordable housing and life skills training needs for residents in the Lake Tahoe Basin. For more information on Saint Joseph Community Land Trust, visit saintjosephclt.org.

Charlotte Rosburg

Saint Joseph Community Land Trust

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