Kudos & Kindness: Thank you from the South Tahoe High PABA ‘Gala’
The Performing Arts Booster Association of South Tahoe High School would like to thank our generous community donors who helped make our Jan. 20 annual “Gala” Dinner/Silent Auction such a success.
All proceeds go to helping our students achieve excellence in performing, visual, and digital arts, as well as vocal and instrumental music.
Our many thanks go to Anderson’s Bike Rental, Bead Babes (Linda, Sooze & Debbie), BioSpirit, Blue Angel Café, Cold Water Brewery, Elevated Fitness, Freshies, Grass Roots, Image Angels, Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel, Mandarin Garden Restaurant, Margarita’s Mexican Café, Orchids Thai Restaurant, Overland Meat & Seafood, Pilates Studio Lake Tahoe, Primo’s Italian Restaurant, Rude Brothers Bagels & Coffee Shop, Rudy’s Plumbing & Heating, Saavy of Lake Tahoe, Scusa Italian Restaurant, Sidestreet Boutique, South Lake Tahoe Ice Arena, South Tahoe High culinary students, South Tahoe High photography students, South Tahoe Recreation Center, Tep’s Villa Roma, 3 Guys over 50, Toy Maniacs … as well as many PABA volunteers — Bob Grant, Candi Lincoln, Casson Scowcroft, Donna Bertolina, Linda Clotier, Jen Clup, Jody Kuzmik, Kelly Krolicki, Kelly Shanahan, Lara Readinger, Lynn Norton, Madonna Doyle, Nannette Niven, Natasha Stone, Pam Singer, Sooze D’Aintree, Sue Anderson, Vickie Cottrill, plus South Tahoe High School administrative and custodial staff.
For more information, look us up on Facebook or email us at STHSPABA@gmail.com.
South Tahoe High Performing Arts Booster Association President
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