North Lake Tahoe and Truckee health and wellness announcements
October 9, 2014
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2014 Bowl For Kids
A Tribute to Big Brother Jamie Schou
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Nevada County is looking for bowlers and sponsors for the 2014 Bowl For Kids Sake Challenge (BFKS), held at Bowl Incline, 920 Southwood Blvd, Incline Village, Oct. 18, 3-8 p.m. The Beach Bowl-Catching the Mentoring Wave gives teams an opportunity to dress up in beach attire. This year's event is a tribute to Jamie Schou, a Big who passed away this last year. He was instrumental in the success of Bowl for Kids Sake, and a Big Brother to his Little Brother, Sam, for five years. "When they were matched, Sam was 8 years old, and really small and quiet. He had moved to the U.S. with his mom from Russia, and was still getting used to a new environment," said Peggy Martin, community development director for BBBS in Truckee. "Jamie really made a difference in his life, even when Jamie was diagnosed with cancer. He was a huge supporter of Bowl for Kids' Sake because he truly believed that mentoring made a difference and had a positive impact in kid's lives."
Each team is made up of a maximum of five bowlers, with a minimum donation of $25 per bowler, which includes shoes and billiards. Teams can choose from three different bowling times, each an hour and 15 minutes long. There will be prizes for the top fundraiser, best team costume, and a silent auction. All funds raised support mentoring programs for North Shore Lake Tahoe and Truckee youth.
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ABS 16 Local Competition
High Altitude Fitness is sponsoring a climbing competition Saturday, Oct. 11. Registration 9 a.m., climbing begins 10 a.m., finals at 3 p.m. Prizes and raffle for all divisions!
Registration $25, pre-register online at Highaltitudefit.net. Bake Sale by HAF Kid's Climbing Club. Lunch available. High Altitude Fitness is located at 880 Northwood Blvd., Incline Village, Nev. Call 775-831-4212 for information.
Community Wellness Day
Lake Tahoe Wellness Center is presenting a Community Wellness Day on Saturday, Oct. 11, 4-7 p.m.
Showing appreciation for the community and desiring to promote health within it, the Wellness Center plans to provide free demo classes, ranging from yoga to Thai Chi to aerial silks.
There will also be nutritious food, fun for the kids and raffle prizes. Proceeds from raffle go to the Boys & Girls Club of North Lake Tahoe.
All this will be punctuated by a live fire performance at 7 p.m. by Root Elements Entertainment.
LTWC is located on the corner of Wolf and Speckled in Kings Beach.
Call 530-546-8201 with any questions, or visit laketahoewellnesscenter.com or http://www.facebook.com/events/1494452174126256.
Healing crystal singing bowls
Healing crystal singing bowls with Jaz and Kalina, Sunday, Oct. 12, noon. Jaz and Kalina come to Tahoe from Hawaii to bring a multi-sensory experience, which is quite different from other crystal bowl performances. They are alchemists, calling forth the mystical tones of the sacred crystal singing bowls, divine source and all the senses to gently wash away stress, tension and dis-ease. Rediscover deep peace, healing, harmony and are restored to balance, wholeness and oneness. Vital life force energy, creativity and joy begin to course through your being again! Tickets: $15 prepaid, $20 at door. Call the Center at 530-581-5117, 700 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City, above the Marina.