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More than a dream: Turn Trails andamp; Vistas grant into reality

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TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. andamp;#8212; The annual Trails and Vistas andamp;#8220;If Dreams Were Cloudsandamp;#8221; art hike will occur in Squaw Valley, USA, Sept. 11 and 12. As in past years, the goal is to educate the community about the beautiful, yet fragile, Lake Tahoe environment by way of a creative, interactive art hike. Once again, residents and visitors will participate in an artistic journey along a stunning hike.Trails and Vistas is on the verge of receiving a $10,000 grant if they can raise just $386 by Friday, Sept. 10. Contribute $10, $20 or more to keep arts and the environment thriving in Tahoe. Make a tax-deductible donation to Trails and Vistas for any amount, large or small. Donations may be made with Paypal at http://www.TrailsandVistas.org, by check to Trails and Vistas, 10309 Cromley Square, Truckee, CA 96161. With more than 30 artists working together and nonprofit organizations helping to produce the event, collaboration is essential to a running a smooth event and Trails and Vistas is proud to have the support of InnerRhythms Dance Theatre, Truckee Donner Land Trust, KidZone Museum and Arts for the Schools.andamp;#8220;Private donations are urgently requested to realize this generous $5,000 match offer presented to us by The Richardson House,andamp;#8221; explained Nancy Tieken Lopez, Artistic Director of Trails and Vistas. So far $4,614 has been received through donations from the Lahontan Community Foundation, The Truckee Donner Chamber of Commerce, the Truckee Rotary, The Richardson House, The Cedar House, For Goodness Sake, community members and out-of-state donors. Donations allow Trails and Vistas to maintain truly affordable ticket prices while producing an extraordinary, high quality event.andamp;#8212; Submitted to aedgett@sierrasun.com


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