Kudos & Kindness
Conquer with love
Many thanks to the community and Nessa’s friends and family for making Vanessa Heckendorn’s Breast Cancer Benefit last Thursday a HUGE success. Because of the great turnout and many generous donations, we were able to raise over $7,000 towards her treatment and recovery.. We couldn’t have done it without all of you: Sushi Pier, Tahoe Blue Vodka, Rise Designs, Sam’s Place, Beverly Hills Pimps & Ho’s, The Fox & Hound, Woodwind II, Norm’s Auto Body, Shoreline of Tahoe, Bleu Wave, Lucky Beaver, Red’s 395, Lake Tahoe Cruises and Zephyr Cove Resort, Safari Rose, Vinny’s, Freshie’s, Rose Petals, Rio Nails, The Coyote Grill, Mott Canyon, Tahoe Fireglass, Full Access Tahoe, Muse Designs, Lakeside Inn & Casino, The Ridge Tahoe, Sidestreet Boutique, Tahoe Furs, Granite Rocx, Hard Rock Tahoe, Harrah’s & Harvey’s, John’s Cleaners, Becca’s Tahoe Frames, On the Rocks, Red Hut, Art by Dan, Tahoe Bowl, MUN CPA’s, Lori Nelson, Dayton Golf Course, Artemis, Himm.
el Haus, Teaz & Pleaz, Lake of the Sky Outfitters, Saavy, Angel Touch Salon, The Thunderbird Lodge, and Hot Cha Cha. A very special thanks to the Sushi Pier for allowing us to take the place over and fill it with lots of love and support (and pink stuff), you guys rock. If you missed it but would still like to show your love and support please visit Vanessa’s blog at posthope.org/nessasfight. “Whenever you are confronted with an opponent. Conquer him with love.” Mahatma Ghandi.
Heavenly serves community
In a just a month or two, the Snow Surface crew members from Heavenly Mountain Resort will be working hard to see that Heavenly’s skiing and snowboarding guests will be experiencing great snow conditions.On Oct. 20, Todd Rudis, grooming manager, Lupe Barrientos and Kyle Henderson, grooming supervisors, and Daniel Huizar, grooming lead were hard at work volunteering alongside Bread & Broth volunteers to feed less fortunate members of the Lake Tahoe South Shore community.
The Monday dinner was the 10th “Adopt A Day” sponsorship for Heavenly Mountain Resort for this year and B&B deeply appreciates the history of funding and service provided by Heavenly through the Vail Echo Foundation. As a non-profit, all-volunteer program, B&B is dependent upon our many generous AAD sponsors, anonymous donors and volunteers who have been an integral part of our success in feeding the needy of our community.
“After being a part of the community for so many years, it is nice to get a chance to give back to the people who help made this place so great,” said Kyle Henderson. “Everyone is so nice and seeing the smiles on their faces makes it all worth it.” Seeking to give back and help others, is a frequent feeling shared by our sponsor volunteers and the B&B volunteers who regularly give of their time to improve the lives others. It’s a heartwarming experience.
For more B&B information, visit http://www.breadandbroth.org or find us on Facebook.
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