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Tahoe Youth & Family Services raises funds with ‘Tahoeopoly’

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Jim Grant / Tahoe Daily TribuneLake Tahoe Gaming Alliance members present a donation to Tahoe Youth & Family Services for its Tahoeopoly fundraiser. From front left are Alissa Nourse, TYFS executive director; Elena Amodeo, TYFS vice president; D'Ann Glenn, Harrah's/Harveys; and Phil Herback, Park Cattle. In back are Pat Bassney, MontBleu; Patrick Kahler, TYFS president; John Steinbachm, Embassy Suites; Mike Jones, Horizon; and Mike Bradford, Lakeside Inn.

What do you get when you cross Tahoe with Monopoly? “Tahoeopoly.”

Tahoeopoly is a board-game fundraiser led by Tahoe Youth & Family Services that resembles the well-known Monopoly game.

The Lake Tahoe Gaming Alliance purchased eight “properties” on one entire side of the board, which will be referred to as “Blue Avenue.”

The Lake Tahoe Gaming Alliance includes Embassy Suites Resort, Harrah’s/Harvey’s Lake Tahoe, Heavenly Mountain Resort, Horizon Casino Resort, Park Cattle Co., MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa, and Lakeside Inn & Casino.

Tahoe Youth & Family Services thanks the entire Lake Tahoe Gaming Alliance for setting the standard for support of long-standing, community-based agencies.

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