Incline Village community notes: Happy Thanksgiving … and, happy snow!
Happy Thanksgiving! Safe travels to all travelers during the holiday.
Thank you to the North Lake Tahoe Bonanza for including the annual nonprofit Wish List in today’s edition. It is easy to help local organizations, just go to the website provided and make a difference. Thank you.
Also, thank you to all of the local snow dancers for a fresh covering of snow. Thanksgiving is another opportunity to get out there and dance. Work off that holiday meal and dance for snow. Bring it on, snow days are always welcome in Tahoe!
Celebrate Mark Twain’s 181st birthday with McAvoy Layne as the Ghost of Mark Twain at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 29, at the Tunnel Creek Cafe. Twain’s secrets of longevity and getting into heaven will be revealed. Limited seating. Make reservations at the Incline/Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau or call 800-468-2463.
Saturday, Dec. 10, is the annual Brunch With Santa event at The Chateau. Tickets are on sale at The Potlatch, IVGID Rec. Center and Tahoe Family Solutions. For information call 775-298-0004.
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A couple of anniversary celebrations to report. Jack and Mary Hubbard celebrated their Anniversary with a trip to Yosemite. Congratulations! Nov. 26 is Mark and Susan Herron’s anniversary. Happy Anniversary!
We also have Birthdays this week: Barb Collier and Joan McNulty on Nov. 24, David Hardie on Nov. 25, Misty Moga on Nov. 26, Claudia Andersen and Danielle Zendner on Nov. 27, and Cathy Becker on Nov. 30. Happy Birthday!
The Deal or Steal for this week is to do any and all of your Black Friday or Small Business Saturday shopping locally. To get you in the mood Pet Network Humane Society’s Second Chance Boutique will hold a Black Friday (and Saturday) event on Friday, Nov. 25 and Saturday, Nov. 26 sale. Go enjoy!
As always send in your birthdays, anniversaries and news, along with the best deals or steals you can find, before 5 p.m. on Tuesday to email@example.com.
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