Sunshine letter: Kings Beach Parentsand#8217; Cooperative ‘Dads in Drag’ a success |

Sunshine letter: Kings Beach Parentsand#8217; Cooperative ‘Dads in Drag’ a success

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KINGS BEACH, Calif. and#8212; A big thank you to the community from Kings Beach Parentsand#8217; Cooperative. If you were anywhere near the Big Water Grille in Incline Village, Nev. Nov. 16, you probably heard the roaring laughter of a crowd of parents and supporters. The Kings Beach Parentsand#8217; Cooperative (KBPC) hosted their 3rd Annual Fall Fashion Show with and#8220;Dads in Drag.and#8221; These brave men donned high heels, panty hose and gold lame to help raise money for KBPC while leaving the crowd in stitches.

The list of donors and supporters included: SAVVY Boutique, Dress The Part (Y), The Big Water Grille, Bite, Leniki Boutique, Virgin America, The Perfect Workout, Hub Bros Jewelry, Fortress Construction, Czys Appliances and Dead Sea Warehouse. John Roxburgh, DC Laribee, Mike Okimoto, Aaron Zendner and Andy Brimm were also auctioned off for their skills.

and#8220;This community rallied together to put on a successful fundraiser, all in the name of childrenand#8217;s education, and we would like to thank each and every person who participated and contributed,and#8221; said Sabrina Albrecht, director of Kings Beach Parentsand#8217; Cooperative.

The Kings Beach Parentsand#8217; Co-op is a nonprofit cooperative, educating preschool, kindergarten and elementary children, ages 2-10 years. To make a donation or for information, visit

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