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Potluck, entertainment Friday at Senior Center

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Phil and Bonnie Steinberg will present an original romantic comedy skit Feb. 3 at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Citizens potluck meeting with entertainment.
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Everyone is invited to a potluck with entertainment Friday at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd. The potluck begins at 5:30 p.m. and the entertainment at 6:30 p.m. Phil and Bonnie Steinberg will perform an original skit – a romantic comedy that is sure to bring you laughter and delight you. They are called by some the “Sweethearts of the Senior Center” because they met at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center and later married. They have performed in several Ageless Entertainer Variety Shows at the Horizon Cabaret Show Room.

Two of their original skits were “Professor Lovenschmacker” and “The Tax Man.” These shows, on videotape and DVD, were seen on TV by more than 37,500 families in Lake Tahoe, Carson City and Carson Valley. The last show is still seen at various times on TV. The DVDs and videotapes are still available for purchase with a donation to the SLT Senior Center to help with additions and improvements. An order for these may be made by calling Arline at (775) 588-6997.

Despite their humorous, deprecating remarks about themselves, Phil and Bonnie Steinberg are really quite talented, can sing well and make funny remarks guaranteed to make any audience laugh. Phil is a very clever writer and both are very good performing their skits.

Those who are coming to the potluck are asked to bring their own plate and utensils as well as a favorite food dish for six to eight people. Those who wish may wear clothes in a red color, since the event will occur during Valentine month. Those members of S.L.T. Senior Citizens, Inc., attending the potluck, brief meeting and entertainment can win a $25 door prize. Guests are welcome and everyone can win cash raffle prizes. For more information call Arline at (775) 588-6997 or the Senior Center at (530) 542-6094.


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