Kudos & Kindness: Tahoe Sierra Club says thank you
The Tahoe Sierra Club sends thanks to all who volunteered, donated and participated in our lovely celebration of autumn held at Aspen Hollow Nursery. First honors for kudos go to John Fellows and his staff at the Nursery — Julie, Diane and Dave. The grounds were exquisite, the foliage cooperative in shades of soft orange and yellow, and the secluded bistro tables lovely. The food was donated by many including bread bakers Doug Cushman and Harold Singer and ham roasters Joan and Joanie. A beautiful dessert array was fashioned by Carol Matera and Rachelle Ochoa. Not enough can be said for the many silent auction and raffle donors — including Lake of the Sky Outfitters, Grass Roots, Gaia-licious, Cold Water Brewery, Tahoe Best Friends, Nevada Museum of Art, Jennifer Quashnick and Tahoe Blue. Special thanks go to Kell Gennert for designing the poster for the event and to our fine artists donating original art (Kit Night, Ann Nichols, Richard Matera and Kell). Thanks particularly to Sheryl Ferguson for many beautiful items — two baskets, jewelry and a guided bird walk for eight. And, we acknowledge John again for donating the airplane garden sculpture and the generous bidder who won it in the live auction. A huge thank you goes to our hard-working volunteers, especially Denise Salerno, Kelley Pedigo and Pam Singer. We could not do this without our generous guests and we offer our thanks to all who attended.
South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
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