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Winter White holiday party set

Tahoe Regional Young Professionals (TRYP) will host the fourth annual Winter White Holiday Party on Nov. 22 at 6:30 p.m. at Riva Grill.

This annual holiday party will raise money for the Sierra and Child Family Services’ Project 44, and to raise awareness of the changes being made by TRYP in the community.

Project 44 seeks to connect caring people with vulnerable children through a partnership with Foster Family and Adoption Services. In South Lake Tahoe there is a need 44 homes to house all of the foster children and that is why TRYP chose them as this year’s Winter White benefactor.



The event will include a silent auction from local sponsors, food and drink, door prizes, raffle, and the Winter White Costume contest. “Wet Woodies” will be available all night for $5.

Those interested in becoming a member can do so for $40 annually. Key benefits and recourses for TRYP Members include, professional development opportunities; networking and mingling with other young professionals through mixers and fundraisers; leadership experience; and opportunities to give to an array of charities.



Tickets start at $20 for TRYP members and $30 for non-members, and can be purchased by emailing TRYP at TahoeTRYP@gmail.com, or visit http://www.TahoeTRYP.org.

Sign up at any of the events in person, or online at http://www.tahoetryp.org. To stay up to date with developments, events, and opportunities with TRYP’s Civic Engagement Program, visit http://www.facebook.com/TRYP and subscribe to the newsletter and blog at http://www.tahoetryp.org.


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