Incline Village community notes: The lambs are marching in at Tahoe |

Incline Village community notes: The lambs are marching in at Tahoe

Welcome March, we are ready for a quiet lamb like arrival? Hopefully this will allow us to continue to locate more of our streets before the next storm arrives. Of course more potholes appear as the streets are uncovered. Yes, pothole season is here!

Incline Village’s Weight Watchers will hold an Open House at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, March 7, at the Incline Village General Improvement District Administration Building. Anyone interested in learning about the program is invited to attend.

It is time for the annual SnowFest! Ladies’ Night Out Bunco Bash Wednesday, March 8. This year’s event will raise money for the Gene Upshaw Memorial Cancer Treatment Center in Truckee, and for the family of Tyler (Ty Ty) Whisler, a 10-year-old local boy who is currently being treated in the Bay Area for a brain tumor. Contact Carol King for more information at 775-721-5205.

March also means the 18th annual Incline Star Follies show is on March 24-25 at Incline High School. Lots of local adults and students are working hard to prepare for this fun event. Still have not heard that tickets are on sale but will include that information when I do.

Best wishes for a speedy recovery to Nancy Barrett. Hope you are out and about soon.

Birthdays to celebrate this week: Mary McCormick on March 4, Jerry Hagy on March 5, and Steve King on March 8. Happy Birthday!

The Deal or Steal for this week is to participate in the Diamond Peak Uphill/Downhill Dash at 7 a.m. Saturday, March 4. Race to the top of the mountain using whatever human powered method you prefer and ski, snowboard or snowshoe down. Includes breakfast, awards and prizes at Snowflake Lodge. For information visit or call 775-832-1177.

As always send in your birthdays, anniversaries and news, along with the best deals or steals you can find, before 5 p.m. on Tuesday to

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