Ridgeline adopts students at Incline Elementary School

Staff Report

Christmas came early to 70 students and 39 families at Incline Elementary School. Ridgeline, a technology company in Incline Village, brought gifts to the students and families they had gathered through a giving tree. Each employee at Ridgeline adopted a child or a family.

(Pictured left to right) Dr. Laura Litynski (counselor), Maureen Toner (representing Ridgeline) Mr. Daniel Zimmerman (Principal) stand next to the presents from Ridgeline. Toner is holding a IES certificate of appreciation and card, signed by grateful parents, along with chocolates donated by staff for Ridgeline employees to thank them for their a thank you.

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