LISTEN: Feel good Friday on Tahoe Talk podcast
Every Friday we change up the dynamic of our podcast to only deliver you wholesome, positive news locally and nationally:
- STHS sophomores start GoFundMe to raise $350 to pay for healthcare workers tabs at Sprouts… currently at $530!
- Other local GoFundMe news: Clean Up the Lake campaign shooting for $400k “Adopt a Mile”… will start underwater diving cleanup in July
- Bread & Broth in SLT in need of some help to continue the B&B 4 Kids program which provides bagged meals at school sites
- Old Trestle Distillery giving away thousands of bottles of hand sanitizer and below market value gallon quantities to large organizations… Never even made an ounce of liquor yet!
- Tahoe Chamber announces the 2020 40 Under 40 Honorees
- Support Small Business Fund of El Dorado County… partnership between ELDo Hills/County Chambers & City of SLT (applications taken today – June 3)
- Tahoe Magic paying $500 per month for housing/rent help to those in need throughout SLT
- New business, Cuppa Tahoe, opening in SLT on Saturday
- Indiana announces ALL teachers in the state are “Teacher of the Year”
- New Hampshire high school utilizing chair lifts at local ski resort for their graduation ceremony
- Penguins in Kansas City enjoy art all to themselves at a museum
- Priest using squirt gun filled with holy water to bless churchgoers (over Easter, but viral now)
- Free live streams: Thievery Corp Fri @ 5pm, Goo Goo Dolls Sat @ 5pm, Trace Adkins Sun @ 5pm
- On this day, 1980: the dot munching Pac-Man arcade game is released
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