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Sierra-at-Tahoe ticket sales benefit nonprofits during Snowsports week

Staff reports

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – Sierra-at-Tahoe is offering a lift ticket “stimulus package” during Snowsports Week Feb. 8 to 11. Tickets are discounted from $69 to $35 for a full-day lift ticket at Sierra-at-Tahoe. Each year, monies raised from this event fund five local nonprofit organizations: Barton Memorial Hospital Foundation, Lake Tahoe Community College Foundation, Lake Tahoe Educational Foundation, Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care and the Sierra-at-Tahoe Education Foundation.

Tickets are only valid during Snowsports Week. Lift tickets can be purchased locally, but must be purchased in advance. Tickets will not be available at Sierra-at-Tahoe. Sales locations include 7-Eleven on Kingsbury Grade; Nestle Toll House Cafe; Powder House at Heavenly Gondola and Pioneer Trail; Sports LTD in the Village Center; Rainbow Mountain Sports; CVS Pharmacy at Bijou and the “Y”; Super 8 Motel; Lake Tahoe Community College Bookstore; Barton Hospital Foundation; Raley’s at the “Y”; Lira’s Market; Tahoe Paradise Chevron and Sunrise Ski & Snowboard. Call (530) 543-5909 for ticket purchases and information.


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