News Briefs: South Lake Tahoe births, Tahoe Talks and more |

News Briefs: South Lake Tahoe births, Tahoe Talks and more


Ayden Anthony Amial was born Dec. 28 to Mario Amial and Maile Kurashigue of South Lake Tahoe.

Ridley Rose Scott was born Dec. 31 to Paul and Amy Scott of South Lake Tahoe.

Jeremy Nicholas Castañeda Garcia was born Jan. 1 to Rogelio Castañeda and Margarita Garcia of South Lake Tahoe.

Kora Angelina Scherden was born Jan. 5 to Richard Scherden and Andrea Esposito of South Lake Tahoe.

Kemario Jacob Cottman was born Jan. 7 to Edward Cottman and Ashley Rubio of South Lake Tahoe.

Blake Marty Denkler was born Jan. 7 to Troy and Heather Denkler of South Lake Tahoe.

Luciana Lille Prior was born Jan. 10 to Kevin Prior and Juliana Prosperi of South Lake Tahoe.


Mark your calendars — Tahoe Regional Young Professional’s “Pro Workshop: Community Service Open House” is planned for Wednesday, Jan. 20, not Tuesday, Jan. 19, as originally reported.


The next Tahoe Talks Brown Bag lunch series event will be hosted on Wednesday, Jan. 20, from noon to 1:30 p.m. at Lake Tahoe Community College in the Aspen Room. The topic is “How to City: From Idea to Reality, Making a Community Project Happen.” How do projects move forward within the City of South Lake Tahoe? What formats have been successful? In this session, City of South Lake Tahoe staff will explain the process of bringing a project forward, and city council members will discuss what they take into consideration. Community members will talk about lessons learned with actual projects, like Bijou Bike Park and Al Tahoe Boulevard Safety and Community Enhancement Project. This series is brought to you by Tahoe Metropolitan Planning Organization, Lake Tahoe Bicycle Coalition, Lake Tahoe Sustainability Collaborative, League to Save Lake Tahoe and One South Shore.


Be the coolest dad in town and dance the night away with your daughter. A father/daughter dance is scheduled at Harveys Convention Center on Friday, Feb. 5, from 7-9:30 p.m. This is a very special evening for fathers and their daughters to dance and visit with friends. Refreshments will be served and a photo keepsake is available for an additional fee.

Tickets are $10 per person; they are on sale now and this event sells out every year. It’s open to all ages.

For more information, contact Kahle Community Center at 775-586-7271

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