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News briefs: South Lake Tahoe births, health fair, Blue Ribbon Awards and more

LAKE LEVEL — Lake Tahoe

As of Tuesday, Nov. 3, the lake elevation was reported as 6221.77. For more information, visit Truckee River Operating Agreement at http://www.troa.net/reports/dwmr.

BIRTHS

Aaron Joseph Ayala was born Nov. 1 to Emma Chambwa of South Lake Tahoe.

Austin Thomas Purnal was born Oct. 30 to Thomas Purnal and Jolene Dille of Stateline.

Sophia Elizabeth Ramos Gonzalez was born Oct. 28 to Victor and Naomi Ramos Gonzalez of South Lake Tahoe.

Eden Cecilia Stewart was born Oct. 28 to Casey Stewart and Breanna Querin of South Lake Tahoe.

HEALTH FAIR

Sierra House Mountain Academy Health Fair is planned for Thursday, Nov. 5. It will be held in the multi-purpose room from 5-7:30 p.m. Attendees will learn about health, fitness and nutrition at interactive booths; and they will enter to win health-related prizes. For more information, call Ryan Galles, principal, at 530-543-2327, ext. 1552, or email rgalles@ltusd.org.

BLUE RIBBON AWARDS TICKET SALES END THIS FRIDAY

Tahoe Chamber’s 8th annual Blue Ribbon Awards is planned for Thursday, Nov. 12, starting at 5:30 p.m. A ceremony and dinner is planned for Montbleu Resort Casino & Spa. Tickets cost $55, including a three-course dinner, and sales end Friday, Nov. 6.

The event will highlight achievements of South Shore businesses and individuals by sourcing community nominations. It will recognize 150 nominees for their contributions to the South Shore in several categories including geotourism, tourism, experience, customer service, entrepreneur and green business.

A complete list of nominees is available online.

Tickets are available at http://www.tahoechamber.org or by calling 775-588-1728, ext. 300.


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