Tahoe Truckee Sunshine Letters
On Sunday, June 6, 13 third, fourth and fifth grade girls from Incline Elementary participated in the Girls on the Run 5K at the Truckee River View Sports Park. This was the culminating event for these girls who worked hard over the last 10 weeks to prepare to run a 5K race. Girls on the Run is an after school program that combines training for a 5K race with education on healthy living and positive self esteem. Each girl is partnered with their own Sole Mate, a community volunteer who participates in the race with them. This is the first year that Girls on the Run was offered at Incline Elementary and it was a huge success with full enrollment. All of the girls and their Sole Mates had a fantastic time during the season. andamp;#8212; Renee Rintala
I had the best experience recently with a local business and would love to share it with the community.This is the second time I’ve taken my car to Quality Automotive and Smog under the new owner, Bill, and each time it gets better as they demonstrate how much they appreciate my business. It’s a delight to work with them andamp;#8230; they’re friendly, clean and do excellent work.I’m thrilled to have found yet another thing to love about Truckee!Best,Christine Hueber
I attended the andamp;#8220;Older Americans Month Celebrationandamp;#8221; at the Senior Center Saturday, May 8. The ladies of Plumas Bank were very gracious hostesses and the catering was really delightful. My friends and I enjoyed the experience and we are looking forward to next year. Hopefully, they will be in a position to do it again. Thanks again for such an enjoyable treat.andamp;#8212; Nancy Williams
The graduating seniors of Sierra High School would like to thank the following for making their annual scholarship fundraiser a great success: The Resort at Squaw Creek, Squaw Valley Ski Corp. and PlumpJack Restaurant. Two seniors were awarded scholarships out of the funds raised and are heading off to college!andamp;#8212; Debbi Spohr
North Tahoe Community Clean Up Day held on June 5, 2010 was another grand success! Thank you to everyone who came out to clean our highway, beaches and neighborhood streets in Kings Beach, Tahoe Vista, Carnelian Bay and Crystal Bay. Together we took one giant step toward making our towns cleaner and look better for the summer, for everyone. The North Tahoe Business Association would like to thank the following supporters for helping Keep Tahoe Clean: Bill Carollo and Truckee Tahoe Sierra Disposal Company, Beth Moxley and Crew at Rockwood Tree Service, Curt Wegener with Kings Beach Car Wash, Todd Willard at Taneva Auto Parts, Eco Print and Imaging, North Tahoe Public Utility District, Keep California Beautiful, North Shore Ace Hardware, Perennial Nursery, Mourelatos Lakeshore Resort, Reliable Services, Dr. Karen Kucharski, Sierra Bella Clothing Company, Tahoe Dave’s, Freshline Computers, CS3 Construction, Sierra Pacific Power Company, TahoeDave’s, Bank of the West, Carnelian Bay Physical Therapy, Java Hut, Sierra Shirts and Shades, Log Cabin Caf, CB’s Pizza andamp; Grill, Ann Nichols andamp; Company, Safeway andamp;#8211; Kings Beach, Leah Kaufman Planning andamp; Consulting, Duggan andamp; Duggan, Rite Aid Kings Beach, Carol Savary, Tahoe Tech Group, Susie Scoops Ice Cream and Blue Onion Caf.We filled a 30-yard dumpster with roadside debris and had a great celebratory BBQ afterward. We never would have been able to collect that much trash without all of your help. We’ll see you next year, always the first Saturday in June!andamp;#8212; Mandy K. Lua,North Tahoe Business Association
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