Truckee Tahoe Sunshine letters
The fourth grade class at Glenshire Elementary would like to extend its most sincere gratitude to both the staff of Teichert Aggregates and to Missy Mohler of SWEP. Our field trip to the Teichert site was a huge success. Students were able to take part in land reclamation via tree planting, environmental stewardship while monitoring a section of the Little Truckee River and an amazing tour of the plant machinery. By participating in this hands-on experience, I am certain the learning will last a lifetime. As a public school teacher, I rely on these community partnerships to provide a high quality education.Sincerely,Stephanie Bacon, teacher, Glenshire Elementary School
The Truckee High School Booster club has had a very successful fund raising year thanks to the continued success of our Varsity and Junior Varsity football teams. Our snack bar at the Surprise Stadium raises money for Boosters, which in turn financially supports all the teams and clubs at the high school. We would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their support this year: The Blue Coyote for their fabulous home game breakfasts, Mike at Truckee Pizza, Spud and the girls at Spud’s Produce, Stohlgren Brothers Distributors, and all the parents, students and coaches who volunteered their time towards our continued success. Thanks everyone!Lori Tucker and the Truckee Boosters
The Truckee Tahoe Community Chorus wishes to thank the guests, sponsors and supporters who made its Annual Christmas Concert a roaring success. On Dec. 11 and 12, the Chorus presented its Ninth Annual Christmas Concert at the Resort at Squaw Creek. To an audience of almost 600 andamp;#8220;localsandamp;#8221; and visitors, the Chorus performed traditional carols, new music, and a large portion of Handelandamp;#8217;s Messiah with a chamber orchestra. Directed by founder, Chris Nelson, and co-directors, Susan K. Horst and Tom Acord, the 60-voice Chorus continued its tradition of andamp;#8220;Ringing in the Holidaysandamp;#8221; with seasonal music for children and adults alike. Featuring soloists Tom Rinne, Meghan Powers, Pam Moutinho, Mike Holley, Fran Sandwith and Trudy Vella, all from the Truckee Tahoe area.Rehearsals for the Spring Concert begin Jan. 24, 6 p.m., at Sierra College, Truckee Campus for interested singers. Visit www. singttcc.org. Call Acord 530-550-1091 or Nelson 530-582-8488 as a member or a benefactor who wishes to lend its support.andamp;#8212; Truckee Tahoe Community Chorus
Project MANA staff and Board of Directors would like to say a special thank you to the food drive donors, volunteers and the communities in general for their support during our Thanksgiving andamp;#8220;Letandamp;#8217;s Talk Turkeyandamp;#8221; distribution. This year we served 619 families with help from many generous members of our community including; Boy Scout Troop 37, the Boys andamp; Girls Club of North Lake Tahoe, Center for Spiritual Living, Chase International, Coldwell Banker (Cathi Colvin and colleagues), Corporate Visions, Dave Knight, Don and Pat Hoger, Dr. Emily Smith, First Centennial (Christine Hawley and crew), Girl Scout Troop 214, Girls on the Run, Incline Village Hospital Foundation, Incline Village/Crystal Bay Veteranandamp;#8217;s Club, Jackie Viviano, Jakeandamp;#8217;s by the Lake, Kings Beach United Methodist Women, Knights of Columbus, La Petite Kids Club, Lifepoint Church of Incline Village, Newman Family Foundation, North Tahoe Hebrew Congregation, North Tahoe Lions Club, North Tahoe Middle School, Rotary Clubs of Tahoe-Incline, Sierra Expedition, Southwest Gas, Stillwater Cove, Swiss Lodge at Homewood, Tahoe City Chiropractic, Tahoe Forest Hospital, Truckee Elementary School, Truckee High School, Truckee Middle School, Truckee Sears, Truckee Tahoe Community FoundationNorth Tahoe Lionandamp;#8217;s Club, The Cooking Queens, Miguel Santiago, Raleyandamp;#8217;s. We want to thank all the agencies and individuals who helped connect clients to our program and all of the wonderful volunteers who helped carry, sort, transport, prepare and distribute food. Happy holidays from all of us at Project MANA!andamp;#8212; Grace Amend, Program Manager Community Outreach, Project MANA
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