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Truckee Lions Club cooking up Cabbage Bash, seeks raffle donations

Carlo Casagrande and crew will cook a corned beef dinner for the Truckee Lions Club annual fundraiser on March 15.
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TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. — You are invited to the fourth annual Cabbage Bash to be hosted by the Truckee Lions Club. Support your chapter of the world’s largest service organization for their St. Patrick’s Day event Saturday, March 15, 5:30 p.m. at the Community Arts Center on Church Street.

Tickets for the fundraiser are $40 per person, and include all-you-can-eat corned beef with traditional trimmings, cooked by master chef Carlo Casagrande and his crew.

Once again Irene Brown’s secret recipe for Irish soda bread will delight attendees.



Enjoy a sit-down dinner served by the local girls youth soccer team that will train in Barcelona, Spain, this year.

Your ticket includes an evening of dining, music and a chance to win one of four $250 cash door prizes. The no-host bar will offer drinks for $1, yes, $1 drinks!



The Truckee Lions Club is proud to support optical needs for all area residents through their ongoing works.

Truckee Lions Club sponsors eye examinations in the schools for children’s vision needs, helps pay for prescriptions as well as furnish transportation for elders, and collects used glasses fir third world countries.

The Lions also support athletic departments and summer youth leagues, contribute to the high school sober graduation, gives to the Gene Upshaw Memorial Tahoe Forest Cancer Center and Sierra Senior Services.

Support the Lions and purchase your tickets at the Welcome Center in downtown Truckee at the train depot, Stone’s Tires, Sears Home Town Store, Wagon Train Restaurant or any Lion’s member.

Donations for the raffle are greatly appreciated and will be accepted by Travis Stone at Stone’s Tires, call 530-587-7107 for information.


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