6th annual TCF Tahoe Fall Fest a great success
Special to the Bonanza
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — On Friday, Oct. 21, over 100 guests gathered at The Chateau for a Black and White Masquerade Bash to support Tahoe’s Connection for Families. This was the 6th annual Tahoe Fall Fest, TCF’s largest annual fundraiser.
The previous five Tahoe Fall Fests had a Western theme, and this year’s co-chairs, Kristen Scheuer and Jessica Nordby, decided it was time to dress up the event and add a new twist. New guests and those who have attended for years embraced wearing masks and black and white attire.
“We are so pleased with how the evening turned out! We wanted our guests to have a blast while raising money for such a valuable cause,” shared Scheuer. “We are extremely grateful for all the help and donations folks shared to make this event so successful!”
Table sponsors included the Hardie, Nordby and Scheuer families, and PDL BioPharma. VIP ticket holders were the Karwa/Benediktsson and Watts families.
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In addition to awesome sponsor and VIP support, over 100 donations from businesses, families, and individuals were received and were included in the silent and live auctions, raffle, and evening games.
This elegant affair brought many Incline Village guests together, in addition to TCF fans from as far as Southern California, Idaho and New York. Guests enjoyed bidding on live and silent auctions, winning fine wines by playing Joker’s Wild, and one lucky winner, Kirk Hardie, won a bottle of scotch as last person standing at the event’s black jack table.
“This was my first Fall Fest and I was overwhelmed by the generosity of all of our guests.” TCF Executive Director Rebecca Rund stated. “It is clear that TCF has amazing community support, because of the positive impacts TCF has had on so many families.”
The Tahoe Fall Fest Committee and Tahoe’s Connection for Families wish to thank their generous sponsors who made the event possible. In addition, business sponsors who kindly contributed to evening’s success included Flinch Design, Kristi Snyder’s Tahoe wineXperience, Picture This Photography By Dayle Hovel, Brad Perry and DJ Tahoe Blue Entertainment, and Spin Shaffer – Auction IT Wizard.
TCF wants to share its sincere appreciation to all businesses and donors who contributed to the evening’s success. A full listing is online at http://www.tahoefallfest.org.
Tahoe’s Connection for Families is a nonprofit organization in Incline Village that provides parenting education and early childhood development and socialization programs for families with infants and toddlers up to pre-school. Visit tcfkids.org to learn more.
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