News briefs: South Lake Tahoe births and more
Charlee Elizabeth Seaholm was born June 13 to Brian and Vanessa Seaholm of South Lake Tahoe.
Liam Scott Martin was born June 14 to Mathan Martin and Ashley Panks of South Lake Tahoe.
Jaxon Scott Harding was born June 14 to Scott Harding and Kristina Hennessy of South Lake Tahoe.
Melody Ashley Luise Law was born June 15 to Austin Law and Jennifer Ellsworth of South Lake Tahoe.
Easton Michael Moran was born June 16 to Mark and Julie Moran of South Lake Tahoe.
Fern Lilith Stearns was born June 16 to Brett Stearns and Emily Yelle of South Lake Tahoe.
Ryder Matthew Amacker was born June 17 to Matthew and Amy Amacker of South Lake Tahoe.
Kenneth Brady Eames was born June 17 to Andrew Eames and Katie Rogers of South Lake Tahoe.
Colton William Shasha was born June 17 to Nathan and Melanie Shasha of South Lake Tahoe.
ED COOK TREE AND CRANE SERVICE INDUSTRIAL ARTS SCHOLARSHIP
Ed Cook Tree and Crane Service is pleased to announce this year’s recipients of its “Woodchips for Scholarships Program,” for South Tahoe High School’s Industrial Arts Academy.
This year, Arnold Higareda was awarded the Automotive Repair Scholarship, a $500 shopping spree at Napa Auto Parts that was donated at cost. The $500 cash Computer Aided Drafting scholarship was awarded to Caia Enriquez, who has been accepted into University of Nevada, Reno’s Mechanical Engineering program. Eduardo Vasquez earned the $500 shopping spree, donated at cost by Meeks Lumber in Meyers, for his excellence in ROP in Construction.
The technical skills these students learn through the dedication and knowledge of their teachers, as well as the modern venue at the high school, serve as the foundation for so many wonderful careers.
Sugar Pine Point State Park on Lake Tahoe’s West Shore is hosting a “Bear Affair” on Saturday, June 25. It begins at 11 a.m.
Bear claws, juice and coffee will be served overlooking the lake on the front lawn of the children’s house while black bear biologist Brian Barton displays bear artifacts and facilitates an informative and interactive presentation about our 300-pound neighbors, the California black bear. The interactive program is sponsored by the Sierra State Parks Foundation and proceeds benefit the educational programs at Sugar Pine Point State Park.
Space is limited to 40 guests, and reservations are highly recommended. Cost is $10 per person, and children 12 and under are free. Call the Sierra State Parks Foundation office at 530-583-9911 to reserve your space, or purchase tickets online at http://www.sierrastateparks.org.
RECREATION DEPARTMENT OFFERS SUMMER CAMP
The City of South Lake Tahoe Recreation Department is offering a South Tahoe Adventure Camp (STAR) this summer, June 20 through Aug. 19.
The STAR Youth Camp is designed for children ages 6-12 years (entering first through sixth grade). Its mission is to provide an active, healthy and safe environment for youth to learn and play.
The structured programs include a strong emphasis on promoting and recognizing positive behavior, fostering meaningful friendship and developing children’s self-confidence and leadership skills.
For more information visit http://www.cityofslt.us/youthandteen or contact Kelly Peacock, STAR Camp Coordinator, at 530-542-6099 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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