Truckee and Glenshire Elementary’s Spring Fever Party Fundraiser announced
TRUCKEE, Calif. – Looking for a better way to harness that spring fever energy that’s got you cleaning the garage and closets? Look no further. On June 8, The Truckee Elementary Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) will bring “The Deckheads” to The Lodge at Tahoe Donner to benefit the students of Truckee and Glenshire Elementary Schools.
The 2012 Spring Fever is a fundraiser scheduled for Friday, June 8, 7 p.m. to midnight. It’ll be an evening of tasty hors d’oeuvres from The Lodge’s master chefs, live music, rippin’ raffle items, a live auction with amazing items up for bid, and dancing in the custom-crafted nightclub tent.
Tickets are available at Wild Cherries and both Truckee and Glenshire Elementary Schools. Buy early and save; cost is $30 per person in advance ($35 at the door). To assist the staff at the Tahoe Donner Lodge with accommodations for food and space, a solid head count is needed, so kindly purchase your tickets early. For more information email pto@TruckeeGreenSchool.org.
Need a sitter? For $20 per child, you may drop your child at Trout Creek anytime after 6 p.m. on the night of the event. Head over to The Lodge, and have a blast. While you’re dining, bidding and dancing, your kids will be treated to an evening of pizza, movies, swimming, games, arts and crafts right next door. Pickup is by 11 p.m.
Need more info? For all the details, visit Facebook.com/TruckeeSpringFever. You do not have to be a registered user to view this Facebook page.
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