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News briefs: South Lake Tahoe births, Lake Tahoe Summit and more

BIRTHS

Mateo Izeah Gonzalez Barragan was born Aug. 23 to Iris Azalea Castillo Gonzalez of South Lake Tahoe.

Teagan Jean Kelly was born Aug. 22 to Patrick Kelly and Stephanie McTear of South Lake Tahoe.

Savannah Rose Leiss was born Aug. 25 to Michael Leiss and Brianna Graden of South Lake Tahoe.

Emma Rosalee Lizaola was born Aug. 30 to Osbaldo Lizaola and Jessica Sosa Torres of South Lake Tahoe.

Galilea Angelique Lopez Garcia was born Aug. 26 to Carlos Lopez and Karina Garcia Hurtado of South Lake Tahoe.

Mazy Ann Mclouhlin was born Aug. 26 to Paul Mcloughlin and Tara Larson of South Lake Tahoe.

Gavin John Taormina was born Aug. 26 to Michael and Celeste Taormina of South Lake Tahoe.

Addalyn Torres Hernandez was born Aug. 23 to Isaac Quintana Hernandez and Mireya Torres Ochoa.

Isaiah Alek Velasco was born Aug. 26 to Alejandro Velasco and Maria Vivas of South Lake Tahoe.

20TH ANNUAL LAKE TAHOE SUMMIT

Nevada Senator Harry Reid is hosting the 20th Annual Lake Tahoe Summit with Special Keynote Speaker President Obama on Wednesday, Aug. 31, at Harvey’s Outdoor Arena in Stateline.

Gates will open at Harvey’s Outdoor Arena at 11:30 a.m. and attendees are encouraged to arrive by 11:30 a.m. for the 1:30 p.m. event due to expected long lines and security check points. Doors will close prior to 1:30 p.m. and no late entry will be allowed.

Attendees will be permitted to bring their cell phones to the event, but cameras with large lenses will not be allowed. Other items prohibited are no large bags, no backpacks, no outside food or beverage, and no umbrellas.

For security purposes, the President’s travel route will not be released, however, law enforcement will work at minimizing closure durations. There will be rolling road closures and delays are not expected to exceed 30 minutes. Traffic could be affected anytime between noon and 4 p.m.

Per Senator Reid’s office, shuttle service will not be provided for this year’s Summit.

Tahoe Daily Tribune will offer live coverage of the event on its website: http://www.tahoedailytribune.com.

KIWANIS CLUB OF TAHOE SIERRA SEEKS DONATIONS

The Kiwanis Club of Tahoe Sierra is planning its 14th annual SeptOberfest on Thursday, Sept. 22, at MontBleu Casino Resort in Stateline. The SeptOberfest includes a full German buffet, biergarten, wine tasting, music, silent auction, live auction, envelope prizes and stein holding contest. Tickets are $45.

“We invite you to participate in this year’s event,” a news release said. “We know you recognize the need for fundraising at the local level. We both know that benefiting the community can only happen with community support.

“Money raised at last year’s event was put back into our town to benefit children, families, and disabled adults. Please refer to the enclosed partial list of projects and organizations we support. Your generous donation or gift certificate will be part of our annual fundraising event and will help Kiwanis Club of Tahoe Sierra continue its work. Please indicate the value of your donation and any restrictions that may apply.

“We sincerely thank you for your contribution. Your gift certificate or donation can be mailed to Kiwanis Club of Tahoe Sierra at P.O. Box 13666, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96151. You will receive a letter acknowledging your donation for IRS purposes. Our Federal Tax ID 90-0825756. We are a 501c3 organization. Thank you for your consideration.”