Holiday Mixer is right on the money |

Holiday Mixer is right on the money

Courtesy of Vicki Kahn/Sierra SunLinda Whitham and Dick Klein were happy to see each other. They were among the 200 people that showed up to the North Tahoe Chamber holiday mixer to taste the food and drinks and mingle with other North Tahoe professionals. The chamber event was held at the Bank of America in Tahoe City.

Those in the know make a point to show up every year to the Bank of America in Tahoe City for its annual North Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce holiday mixer.

Thats because its a great party with an abundance of tasty food always provided by GarWoods, and an open bar that helps spread the holiday cheer. But most of all its a great party for old-fashioned networking with all the locals who come out to get in the holiday spirit this time of year.

Last week about 200 folks gathered at the long-established local bank for the chamber mixer with GarWoods. After schmoozing for about an hour and a half, a drawing awarded a few lucky people who had dropped their business cards in a basket with prizes such as ski lift tickets.

The holiday party season has definitely arrived at North Tahoe and Truckee, and now all we need is for the snow to continue to fall on our mountain community. Thats what locals call white gold something that is money in the bank for all our visitor and recreational-related businesses up here.

Some of those taking the bank up on its warm hospitality last week included Dana Tanner, Nanette and Eric Poulsen, Nileta and Dick Morton, Frieda and Dick Klein, Jill McGovern and Bobbie Camarella, Wally Auerbach, Brian Casey, Penny and Steve Teshara, Alex Mourelatos, Sandy Kelly, Carol Dolbon, Robin Lewis, Lisa Luebben, Dodie and Bob Scoville, Gail Scoville, Tom Turner, Janet, Rich, and Rico Loverde, Bob Rogers, J.O. Olson, Linda Whitham, Rene (Shadforth) and Andy Deinken, Linda Anderson, David Abram and Lynn with daughter Desiree, and Rick Raduziner. In her spare time Vicki Kahn is a Realtor with Prudential California Realty in Tahoe City. You can e-mail her at

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