Announcements for Truckee Tahoe
North Tahoe High School senior Amy Leininger took second place at the sixth annual Rotary Area Solo Music Contest on March 19. Leininger performed a trumpet solo at the Parasol Center in Incline Village. Her sister Carly Leininger an NTHS sophomore, took third place honors with an alto saxophone solo. The contest featured high school musicians from Incline Village, Truckee and Tahoe City. The three top finishers received cash prizes and award plaques. Amy intends to matriculate at UC Davis this fall.
This six-week Golf Performance Training performance training is a small, hands-on group training program for up to six golfers. These sessions will offer each participant customized training for golf specific movements personalized by Mark Tedsen, MPT and Certified Titleist Golf Fitness Specialist.
Increase balance and stability, build golf specific muscles to add speed and power to you swing, prevent injuries and improve your overall performance.
The clinics take place at the Tahoe Center for Health and Sports Performance (TCHSP) with state-of-the-art golf fitness equipment and indoor driving range. Begins March 23, from 4:45 to 6 p.m. for six weeks. The cost is $195. To register call 587-3769 or stop by the TCHSP, 10710 Donner Pass Road, Truckee.
The North Tahoe Jazz Ensemble presents its 80s Concert ” an exciting tribute to music of the 80s. The concert will be held Wednesday, March 25, at 6:30 p.m. in the North Tahoe High School Auditorium. Tickets are $5 students, $10 adults and can be purchased from Jazz Ensemble members, by calling (530) 318-7535 or at the door. Proceeds from the concert will go toward the band’s annual Goodwill Tour which will travel to Monterey this year. The band will play at numerous retirement homes, elementary schools and public venues.
Bonnie Dodge from the local Girl Scouts attended the meeting of the Rotary Club of Tahoe City Tuesday. She asked for help with the mailing cost for cookies that have been purchased for local military personnel serving in Afghanistan and Iraq. Her message touched the heart of each Rotarian, pockets emptied, wallets and pursed opened to the tune of more than $600. What a great gesture of support. Thanks to John Eichhor.
Help protect Open Space and local wildlife-April 2, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Squeeze In, 10060 Donner Pass Road, Downtown Truckee. This fundraiser will have door prizes and a wildlife presentation. Your breakfast, lunch, dinner, beer, or wine order and more from the popular menu.
A percentage of meal purchases goes to SOS Glenshire. RSVPs requested by March 26 to email@example.com or 587-4543 to hold your seats. Bring your family and friends. Visit http://www.sosglenshire.org for more info.
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The SnowGlobe Music Festival will not be returning to South Lake Tahoe, the City Council decided on Tuesday.