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Relay for Life to be filled with entertainment

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Numerous performers are scheduled to entertain at South Lake Tahoe’s first American Cancer Society “Relay for Life,” which will start at 5 p.m. July 22 go until early July 23 at Kahle Community Park, 236 Kingsbury Grade.

Included will be Black Bear Pipe Band with bagpipes and drums; Tarno, a clown with balloon tricks; “JJ” Jimenez with balloon and magic tricks; “One Voice,” singers, guitarists, keyboardist and drummer from Unity at the Lake; Dan Ballard in a Louis Armstrong routine with trombone, coronet and alto horn; Blue Lake Aikido with a performance of martial arts; Diana Woodbury, renowned belly dancer, who will also teach those present; Debra Jacobs, singer of “Hello Dolly”; Bill Paradise, singer of “Fly Me To the Moon”; Anne Kirk, rhythmic singer; Rose Russo, interpretive dancer; Bob Witting, guitarist & amusing singer; Francine Garcia, singer of a Patsy Cline number; New World Jazz Project; Ethel Aubrey, singer of “Cabaret”; Larry Nufer, guitarist and singer of country western and Elvis melodies; and Cash Only Band that plays Johnny Cash melodies. Joan San Agustin will sing during the luminary ceremony.

To keep everyone walking around the track all night there will be music, children’s activities, adult games, food and beverages. There will be drawings every hour for wonderful raffle prizes generously donated by South Lake Tahoe businesses.



Relay for Life is a fun-filled overnight event designed to celebrate cancer survivorship and raise money for research to find cures, educate about prevention and help those with cancer.

Everyone is welcome to attend. Come, enjoy and support this very important cause. For more information contact Judi Sparrow (775) 586-1066.


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