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Squaw Valley Chapel hibernation, Tahoe Resort Ministries services announced

Courtesy photoPictured here is the Squaw Valley Chapel's Christmas pageant.

TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. – The Squaw Valley Chapel, United Church of Christ, announces its annual hibernation will begin following 10 a.m. worship, Sunday, Jan. 20, and continue until 10 a.m., Palm Sunday, March 24, 2013. Church youth and Scouting groups will continue to use the Chapel as an overnight retreat center. Any questions about hibernation may be directed to Rev. Art Domingue, minister at ladjgd@aol.com or 530-525-7579.

Weekly mountaintop services will be offered through Tahoe Resort Ministries, Sundays, 2 p.m. at local ski resorts through Easter Sunday. Services are 15 to 20 minutes at: Squaw Valley, top of Links/East Broadway; Alpine Meadows, top of Roundhouse; Northstar, top of Vista Express; Homewood Mountain Resort, top of Madden; Diamond Peak, top of Lakeview Quad; Mt. Rose, top of Lakeview; Sierra-at-Tahoe, top of Grandview. Contact Debbie Wohler at 530-583-2925, 530-448-9359 or tahoeministries.com.

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