Spining event to help Boys & Girls Club
Sierra Athletic Club, The Cantina Bar & Grill and Sierra-at-Tahoe ski resort on July 21 will sponsor the second annual Spinn-A-Thon for Charity. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Cantina parking lot, 765 Emerald Bay Road. It is the goal of organizers to raise more than $2,000, with all proceeds going for charitable contributions. This year’s charity is the Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe.
During the event Sierra-at-Tahoe will conduct early season registration and give away raffle prizes.
The mission of this worthwhile organization is “To inspire and enable young people to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens, to strengthen families and create a healthier and stronger community through youth development.”
The Spinn-A-Thon provides an opportunity for the community to join together in support of the Boys & Girls Club and get into shape. There will be eight Spinn sessions, which are all designed for the beginner to the expert, and each person works at his or her own pace.
The suggested contribution per person is $10. Participants are encouraged to join in the endeavor by sponsoring the Spinn-A-Thon is one of several ways:
–Donate a cash contribution sponsoring a particular seat at a rate of $10 per seat. This would double the amount of money raised for each seat occupied.
–Donate merchandise that recognizes a business.
–Donate food, beverages or other products that could be used by the riders on the day of the Spinn-A-Thon.
All sponsors will have their name placed on commemorative T-shirt that will be printed up and given to each rider the day of the event. There also will be drawings and awards given out, which will be a direct result of a contribution.
For more information contact Ray Anderson of the Sierra Athletic Club at (530) 542-4426 or Candice Williams of The Cantina Bar & Grill at (530) 544-1233.
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