Kudos: Successful SeptOberfest
November 20, 2017
On behalf of the Kiwanis Club of Tahoe Sierra, we would like to extend our thanks for everyone who helped to make this year's SeptOberfest the success it was!
The 2017 version of SeptOberfest was one of, if not thee best events in the 15 year history. A very special Thank You is sent to Anna Vopalensky, the catering director of MontBleu Resort, and her staff for helping to make the room so inviting for our guests.
There were many, many businesses in town which donated items for our envelope opportunity and our silent and live auctions: The wineries and breweries that donated beer for our famous "Bier Garten" as well as the media who contributed time and space to help advertise the event.
We also want to thank the hundreds of people who showed up to partake with the very tasty German food presented by the cooks at MontBleu. We had many, many positive comments regarding the quality of the food — and there was plenty of it!
In addition, we want to thank our own Tahoe Sierra Kiwanians who helped with donations of their own, setting up the room for the evening, picking up items to be auctioned off and being on hand to make sure everything went smooth on the night of the event.
All in all, the 15th Annual SeptOberfest, presented by the Kiwanis Club of Tahoe Sierra at the MontBleu Resort was a marvelous success. Thank you all for your support!
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Tom Millham, Charter President
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