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Raffle raised money for club

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Provided to the Tahoe Daily Tribune. Ross McAlister of Southern Golf Enterprises, center, presents the money raised from raffle of the golf print he is holding to the Boys and Girls Club of Lake Tahoe. From left are Kathi Woodman, event volunteer; Karen Houser, Boys and Girls Club executive director; McAlister; Kathleen Farrell, Tahoe-Douglas Chamber of Commerce executive director; Dave Woodman, event volunteer; and Ricki Rozga, Boys and Girls Club.
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Members of the Boys and Girls Club of Lake Tahoe enjoyed a very eventful week at the American Century Championship event held at Edgewood Tahoe. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday club members received passes to attend the event, take photos, and get autographs from their favorite celebrities. In addition to the club’s involvement of selling tickets for the event and providing volunteers for an NBC vendor booth, the club received a special surprise from the team of volunteers who facilitate at the event. Unbeknownst to the club, the volunteers and Ross McAlister, from Southern Golf Enterprises, came up with a plan to raise money for the club.

Spearheaded by Kathi Woodman of Sacramento the group sold raffle tickets for a special golf memorabilia print donated by McAlister.

The Boys and Girls Club of Lake Tahoe serves 500 club members in the community. The club members, parents, staff and board of directors appreciate the efforts of the numerous individuals and organizations who provide support for the programs and services provided by the club. The club is a 501(c)3 organization, funded by a combination of private donations, grants, and fund-raising activities. The club incurs an average annual cost per child of $1,000.

Currently, the club is operating its summer programs that include daily activities for youth ages 6 to 18 and breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack. Summer hours are 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, through Sept. 2. The program costs $8 per day, plus $10 annual Boys and Girls Club membership.

During the school year, the Boys and Girls Club provides after-school activities including Power Hour (for getting homework done), computer lab, dance, art, science, math, literacy, fitness, drama, and numerous other enrichment programs. The cost to participate in the after-school program is a $10 annual membership fee. The after-school program will kick off on the first day of school, Sept. 6. Hours of operation are 2:30 p.m. through 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, non-holiday.

For more information about the club call (530) 542-0838.


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