Incline Village community notes: Aug. 31, 2016
Happy Labor Day! The long weekend is always the traditional end of summer so go enjoy Tahoe. Many locals are doing staycations this year with lots of house projects on the schedule. I think that is definitely a sign that the seasons are changing.
Tahoe Family Solutions is offering classes for English as a Second Language beginning Tuesday, Sept. 6, at the Donald W.Reynolds Community Nonprofit Center. Classes will be for six weeks, meeting every Tuesday and Wednesday night from 6-8 p.m. Interested students should call 775-298-0004 to see if they have any openings for the first session.
Thursday, Sept. 22, at the Championship Golf Course is the annual Incline Hospital Auxiliary’s Golf From the Heart Golf Tournament. For more information contact Karen Kuehnis at 775-833-3244.
The North Lake Tahoe Demonstration Garden located at Sierra Nevada College is hosting its last class of the season at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 27. The special free workshop by the University of California Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners features Lake Tahoe’s Fall Planting – Onions, Garlic and other Alliums. Please contact Margaret Solomon at email@example.com or call 775-831-8437 for more information.
Hooray for the Hole-in-One! Terry Madjeski had his first Hole-in-One on July 13 at the Mountain Course. Way to go!
Congratulations to Bob and Dodie Mitchell. On Aug. 30, they celebrated their 60th anniversary. Happy Anniversary!
A few birthdays to celebrate this week: Dodie Mitchell turns 80 on Sept. 1, and Kathy Long and Sharon Kennedy celebrate on Sept. 2. Happy Birthday!
The Deal or Steal for this week is at the Incline Village Library from 4-5 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 8. Children can participate in the Paws 2 Read program by reading to a gentle dog and will receive a free book. Great program!
As always send in your birthdays, anniversaries and news, along with the best deals or steals you can find, before 5 p.m. on Tuesday to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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