Alpine Meadows and Homewood Mountain Resorts thank community members
LAKE TAHOE, Calif. andamp;#8212; North Lake Tahoe sister resorts Alpine Meadows Ski Resort and Homewood Mountain Resort wish to thank the Lake Tahoe Community for attending annual Community Benefit Days. Due to community skier and rider attendance, the resorts were able to donate more than $24,000 to local charitable organizations. Each winter both Alpine Meadows and Homewood host a Community Benefit Day, during which adult lift tickets are sold for $25. Proceeds are then donated to organizations which contribute significantly to the local communities of the North Lake Tahoe and Truckee areas. This year’s donation recipients include: Truckee River Watershed Council, Truckee Tahoe Community Foundation, Tahoe Truckee Community Scholarship, Excellence in Education, Tahoe Nordic Search andamp; Rescue, Placer County Search andamp; Rescue, and the KidZone Museum. andamp;#8220;The Community Benefit Day fund recipients have a profoundly positive impact on our local schools, environment, and residents,andamp;#8221; said Kent Hoopingarner, general manager of Alpine Meadows and Homewood Mountain Resorts. andamp;#8220;We’re very pleased to be able to contribute to their continued success, and appreciate the support of the local community during our designated fundraising days at the mountains.andamp;#8221; Homewood’s Community Benefit Day was held Sunday, March 20; and Alpine Meadows’ hosted its Community Benefit Day Sunday, April 3. Both days offered skiers and boarders some of the best powder conditions of the 2010/2011 season.andamp;#8212; Submitted to email@example.com
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