Whittell raises $10,000 at ACC
There was nothing glamorous about it, but Whittell High School raised an impressive amount of money by cleaning up at the American Century Championships last week. Faculty, students, parents and even the principal rolled up their sleeves last week to keep Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course clean during the week-long celebrity golf tournament. The sticky soda running down their arms and messy labor was all worth it, however, when the school finished with $10,000 for the effort.
Derby Dames hold Legion fundraiser
Grab $5 and head down to the American Legion tonight in the name of the Tahoe Derby Dames.
Dirt Starship and Screaming Meg will be playing at a Derby Dames’ fundraiser tonight at the Legion. Cash is the only form of payment accepted at the doors, which open at 8 p.m. There will be food, a full bar, a raffle and good times.
Maltase Youth Soccer Camp
Whittell athletic director Steve Maltase, with help from current and former Whittell varsity soccer players, will be conducting a youth soccer camp for ages 4-14 at Kahle Community Park next week. Participants need to bring lunch, water bottle, and sunscreen. They will also need shin guards and soccer cleats. For more information or to register, call Kahle Community Center at 775-586-7271.
What: Youth Soccer camp
Ages: 4-14 (Little Kicks, ages 4-6, will be in separate group)
Date: Monday, July 29, to Friday, Aug. 2
Time: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. (Little Kicks), 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. (ages 7 and up). Camp on Friday, Aug. 2, ends at 1 p.m.
Where: Kahle Community Park
Cost: $125 for Little Kicks and $145 for ages 7 and older. Cost includes camp shirt.
Tahoe Tennis Classic draws top doubles teams
Doubles teams from across the country will take a swing at the Tahoe Tennis Classic next weekend in Zephyr Cove, Nev.
The tournament is an all-doubles format with separate divisions for different skill levels. Matches will start Friday, Aug. 2, and wrap up with finals on Sunday, Aug. 4. Registration costs $70 per player or $140 per team and includes a player dinner party on Saturday, raffle, tournament gratuity package, hat and shirt.
There will be 110 teams competing this year and the opportunity to socialize with other entrants is one of the highlights of this event.
Get complete information about the event and an entry form at http://www.tahoeclassic.net.
In order to secure a spot, players must submit a completed entry form and the total entry fee amount for the team. For more information call Hersh at 775-450-7285 or Sheryl at 775-720-0052.
Athletic club hosts Cancer League fundraiser
Sierra Athletic Club will host a two-mile walk and silent auction to raise money for the South Lake Tahoe Cancer League on Saturday, Aug. 3.
Participants will meet in the Sierra Athletic Club parking lot at 11 a.m., walk to the lake and back for a total of two miles. The walk will be followed by a barbecue, silent auction, and live music.
Barbecue tickets cost $10 per person and all proceeds go to the Cancer League, which provides local cancer patients with financial assistance as well as support throughout their treatment. For more information, call Sierra Athletic Club at 530-542-4426.
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SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — After six weeks and too many indoor practices due to snow covered courts, the South Tahoe tennis team capped off its season this past week.