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Tahoe Club Live helps NAMI

South Tahoe Middle School students assisted the local chapter of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill by collecting personal necessity items recently. This was the 13th year that South Tahoe Middle School and Club Live have assisted NAMI.

The school-based club Club Live challenged STMS students to collected as many personal necessity items as possible. The students of Ms. Alicia Fuller’s first period math class collected the most. NAMI and Club Live treated them to a donut and hot chocolate party. Other classes that contributed large numbers of items were those of 6th grade teachers 

Dave Alexander, Julie Butler, Lindsay Lucas, Sandy Moulton, Nancy Muller, Pam Fritz, Jillian Raymond, and the 7th grade students of Ms. Syd Brown.

During the two week collection nearly 2,300 items have been collected. During the past 13 years STMS and Club Live have donated more than 15,000 items to the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill.

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For more information about Club Live please contact Larry Lambdin at (530) 541-6404.

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