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What’s happening in our community

Are you ready for summer? Well ready or not here it comes, as the first day of summer is Friday, June 21. If you want to welcome summer it actually begins at 1:04 a.m. Eastern Day Light Time and is the longest day of the year. And yes, that means our village is going to start filling up fast with guests. Put the smiles on!

One way to put a smile on your face is to volunteer with Red, White and Tahoe Blue. Dina Marshal and the parade committee need volunteers for the Kiddie Parade. This is the most popular event of the weekend and so much fun. Of course volunteers are needed for all of the RWTB events. To sign up, visit http://www.redwhiteandtahoeblue.org and help our community.

The hole in one machine is back in action. Congratulations to: Carol Albers on June 16 at the Championship Course, Steve Perry on June 16 at the Mountain Course and Will Chiem on June 16 at the Mountain Course. Will is only 12 years old and was participating in the Sunday Family Golf Day. Congrats to all.

The annual Pet Network Fur Ball is just about here. Tickets for the Saturday, June 29, Fur Ball can be purchased at http://www.petnetwork.org or call 775-832-4404.

Happy Anniversary to Bowl Incline on Saturday, June 22. Bowl Incline is celebrating its 25th Anniversary! Beginning at noon, stop at Bowl Incline and enjoy the activities including refreshments, music and of course bowling. Congratulations to the Waldman/Wegener families.

And Happy Anniversary to Megan and Kevin Weiss. Congratulations!

Birthdays to celebrate this week include Manny Sylvester on June 20, Linda Offerdahl on June 23 and Joy Michiel (Big Joy) on June 24. Happy Birthday!

The best deal in the village this weekend is to purchase a Rubber Ducky for Red, White and Tahoe Blue from one of the Rotary members. Just stop at Raley’s and look for the Rubber Ducky area under the sun shade in the parking lot. You could be a big winner during the race!

As always send in your birthdays, anniversaries, and news, along with the best deals and steals you can find, to jeanmeick@aol.com.

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