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Wild Island to host fire victims

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Provided to the Tribune. From left, Danny Freeman, Margie Maxhimer, Leanne Wagner, Betsy Miller and George Alm gather at the South Lake Tahoe Women's Center.

Wild Island Water Park in Sparks is donating 200 full-day tickets for adults and children affected by the Angora fire.

Wild Island made the donation, valued at approximately $4,600, for distribution primarily to children of the Angora fire.

Tickets will be distributed at the South Lake Tahoe Women’s Center, 2941 Lake Tahoe Blvd., across from South Tahoe Middle School, or by calling Maggie or Anna at (530) 544-2118 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. First come first served. The offer is for fire victims and immediate families only and will end Sept. 3.

The Tahoe connection is through KOWL/KRLT radio, Kiwanis Clubs of Lake Tahoe, South Tahoe Chamber of Commerce and Tahoe Women’s Center.

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