Potluck and presentations at Senior Center
Two special presentations will be given Friday after a potluck, which begins at 5:30 p.m. at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd. Detective Robbie Haight and a sergeant from the South Lake Tahoe Police Department will give an important message about identity theft and fraudulent telephone solicitation of money to help seniors protect themselves. They will answer questions from the audience.
Kay Fagan will sing songs including “Something Wonderful” by Rodgers and Hammerstein, “How Could I Ever Know?” and one or two other numbers.
Fagan played Mary Poppins while in college. After coming to South Lake Tahoe, she sang and played her guitar, while teaching elementary school students in her classes. She was vocalist at the Way Station and sang with a couple of bands. Fagan was a nun in “Sound of Music” at South Tahoe High School and played Motel’s mother in “Fiddler on the Roof.” In addition, she was in musical productions of “Annie Warbucks” and “Secret Garden” at Western Community College in Carson City and played Mrs. Cratchett in “Ebenezer Scrooge” at Caesars. She sings in the Tahoe Choir and is a soloist at her church. She sang a duet in “Ain’t Misbehavin'” and “Guilty Pleasures” for the Lake Tahoe Community College Performing Arts League.
People attending the potluck are asked to bring their own plate and utensils as well as their favorite food dish for six to eight people. Members of Senior Citizens, Inc., can win a $25 door prize. Guests are welcome and everyone can win cash raffle prizes. For more information and to receive a monthly newsletter call the Senior Center at (530) 542-6094.