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Village Notes: What’s happening in Incline Village

Jean Eick
Special to the Bonanza

Okay now we are looking at snow. We need to keep the snow coming to Tahoe. Presidents Day is Monday, and I know everyone will be in town to celebrate last week’s dumping but since this is just one storm, we need to keep up the pray for snow parties until we have our usual share. Here is hoping that the Patron Girls will be back at Diamond Peak.

I know Valentine’s Day is Friday and we all have plans to visit a local business or two, so go enjoy. If you have a Valentine’s Day wedding planned, pick up your license at the Incline Village General Improvement District offices Thursday or Friday. The office is closed on weekends.

Congratulations to all of the Incline students on the honor roll. To celebrate you are invited to the Hacienda for a free dinner. Take your report card and a parent and you will get your meal free. Go celebrate your hard work.

Monday, Feb. 17, is the last day to RSVP for the Tahoe Chapter of AAUW’s monthly meeting beginning at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19, at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Non-Profit Center. Senator Omer Rains, an active participant in worldwide humanitarian issues, will give an inspirational message. To RSVP email Barbara at or call 989-859-4860.

To learn more about host sites for the Parasol AmeriCorps program or to fill out the application visit or call Allison at 775-298-0186.

The famous SnowFest! Girls Night Out Bunco Bash event will be from 6-9 p.m. on Wednesday, March 5. This is a benefit for the Gene Upshaw Memorial Cancer Center at Tahoe Forest Hospital. Tickets sell out quickly and are available at or Bar Bar Bar and Rockwood Tree Service. For information call Carol King at 530-546-7542.

A birthday to celebrate this week: Holly Lefkowitz on Feb. 15.

The best deal and steal this week is to purchase ski passes for Northstar or Sugar Bowl from Tahoe SAFE Alliance at amazing prices. Visit or stop at the Tahoe SAFE Alliance office located in the Donald W. Reynolds Community Non-Profit Center.

As always send in your birthdays, anniversaries, and news, along with the best deals or steals you can find, to

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