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Tahoe League for Charity honors Sara Turner of Boys & Girls Club

Sara Turner, artistic director for "Great Futures Productions" with the Boys & Girls Club of North Lake Tahoe.
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TAHOE CITY, Calif. — Sara Turner, who is the artistic director of “Great Futures Productions” at the Boys & Girls Club of North Lake Tahoe, was the featured speaker at the monthly luncheon meeting for Tahoe League for Charity at the Sunnyside Restaurant on Feb. 13.

Once a week, Turner conducts classes with grades K-12 in acting techniques and musical productions. Her theater program, with 140 students a year, originated with a two-week summer camp in 2014 and has evolved into a popular performance troupe that has presented the Tahoe area with eight productions since the program started.

Turner’s acting classes have allowed children to develop skills and techniques for becoming more effective at public speaking, performing and socializing.

As a result, the children have learned to feel more confident and self-assured in any social setting. For additional information on Great Futures Productions and their upcoming events, contact the Boys & Girls Club of North Lake Tahoe at 530-582-3760.

The Tahoe League for Charity meeting held its March meeting on Monday at Sunnyside Restaurant, with Tahoe Truckee Unified School District Superintendent Rob Leri as the featured speaker.

Tahoe League for Charity is a nonprofit organization that in calendar year 2016 has given $5,000 in scholarships and $4,000 in grants, bringing our total contribution to the community to over $328,000 since its inception in 1998.

The league’s monthly luncheons cost $20, open to all members and their guests. Contact Nina Rogers for reservations at accounting@brixgraphix.com.

Linda Schwoob is Publicity Chair of the Tahoe League for Charity. Visit http://www.tahoeleagueforcharity.org to learn more.

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