Village Notes: What’s happening in our community
Special to the Bonanza
Let the snow celebrations begin. We could make it make it happen now at Tahoe if everyone cooperates, and the weather service promised we “have a chance.” Think big Tahoe. White is the preferred color.
There is still time to help Project MANA provide a Thanksgiving meal for those in need in our community. Canned goods and frozen turkeys can be dropped off at the Project MANA office in the DWR Center. Monetary donations and volunteers are also needed so call or stop at the office.
The Kings Beach Community Thanksgiving Celebration is Thursday, Nov. 27, at the North Tahoe Event Center. Anyone interested in helping at the event should call Meera Beser at 775-230-1066.
Sand Harbor is celebrating the holidays this year with activities for the whole family. Included on the list: Ranger talks and walks, crafts, Santa and more to come. For information, visit http://www.parks.nv.gov or the Facebook Page for Sand Harbor, or call 775-831-0494.
Congratulations to Yogi Thomas on the Hole-in-one at the Championship Course on October 21. Way to go.
Congratulations to Kirk and Lindsay Hardie and of course big brother Fletcher. They are celebrating the arrival of Edith Ann on Nov. 12.
I have two anniversary shout outs this week. Wayne and Cindy McClelland on Nov. 25 and Mark and Susan Herron on Nov. 26. Congratulations!
Birthdays to celebrate this week: Carla Priester on Nov. 13, Ronnie and Dave Rector on Nov. 21, and Barb Collier on Nov. 24. Happy Birthday.
The Deal or Steal this week is at Raley’s from 4-6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 25. Enjoy live music, boutique wines and appetizers and support Wylie Animal Rescue Foundation (WARF).
As always send in your birthdays, anniversaries, and news, along with the best deals or steals you can find, no later than 5 p.m. on Tuesday to email@example.com.
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