North Lake Tahoe announcements
Be on the Chamber advisory committee
Have you been wanting to get involved with the community and the North Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce? Now is the perfect time. There are currently three open seats available on the Chamber Advisory Committee.
Who can apply? Any business member who is a current full-voting member of the Chamber. They are looking for a committee that has a broad cross-section of members, both geographically and in businesses background.
The time committment is one two-hour meeting per month. You have the seat for one year and can be reappointed.
As a member, you provide guidance and input to our Chamber staff on programs, projects, budgets and related activities. For example, you have a voice and a vote on the dispersing of Community Event Fund grants.
Send an e-mail or letter with your intent and qualifications to Kym Fabel, P.O. Box 884, Tahoe City, CA 96145 or e-mail Kym@PureTahoeNorth.com before Dec. 29.
Leadership application deadline extended
The deadline has been extended to Jan. 6, 2009 for submission of applications for the sixth year of the North Lake Tahoe-Truckee Leadership Program. The highly-regarded program creates an opportunity for emerging and potential leaders to broaden their understanding of the region and its issues, challenges and opportunities. Since 2003, more than 125 individuals have successfully graduated from the program. These graduates are now using their skills to better serve their employees and our community in active community building. Visit http://www.TahoeTruckee-Leadership.com.
KidZone Museum hosts Holiday Cultural Fair
Want to see Santa and Mrs. Claus? Play Dreidel, listen to music, see the Santa Lucia singers and make some fun crafts? Then visit the KidZone Museum Dec. 20 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. This community event is free for children and families and is sponsored by the Optimist Club of Truckee. Bus transportation available from Lake Tahoe and Truckee to the Museum. For details call the Museum at 587-Kids (5437). For directions and information go to KidZoneMuseum.org. Happy holidays!
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