Kudos: Music in the Park & and an appreciated visit to South Lake Tahoe
MUSIC IN THE PARK THANK YOU
The Tahoe Paradise Park Events & Fundraising Committee, for the 50th anniversary celebration on July 11 with “Music in the Park,” would like to give a special Thank You to Washoe Elder Gina Pete and her nephew, Edwin, for the beautiful blessing that set the tone for the wonderful day; The Wilson Family and friends for coming for the re-dedication of Connie’s sign for the children’s playground and the lovely new bench also for the playground; and Rise Design’s for the park’s beautiful new logo and the fabulous poster’s you will see around town. Again, thank you to all the community for supporting this event.
We apologize for the delay in this kudos note coming out.
Judy Clot, Jan Roman-Gonzales, Zao Reed & Diane Verwoest
Tahoe Paradise Park Events & Fundraising Committee
A WONDERFUL WEEKEND
I had the pleasure of living in Tahoe for six years and was fortunate enough to be part of the class of 1983 (Go Vikings). Even though I have lived in Reno/Sparks for 30 years, I still realize how truly lucky and blessed I was to call Tahoe my home for those few years. I am writing the letter to express how wonderful we were treated in Tahoe last weekend when my daughter and I came up to a book signing. From the moment we arrived in town, everyone made us feel welcome and they all greeted us with a smile. There has obviously been so much growth and change in Tahoe and yet it still has that small town “vibe” to it. We try to come up to Tahoe a much as we can, but I wanted to send this letter and let everyone know how much we appreciated each and everyone of you. Thank your for making our weekend wonderful!
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