Truckee Tahoe Sunshine Letters
TAHOE/TRUCKEE andamp;#8212; Dale puts on best birthday everI want to send a special thanks to Wolfdale’s staff and owners Douglas andKathleen Dale for making my birthday this year the most memorable one ever!They are an integral part of our community and always at the ready to helpout. The food was out of this world as was the staff and ambiance. On a busyFriday night they took the time to help create the best surprise birthdayparty ever with the best family and friends one could ask for. Thank you toall who were in attendance and again to Wolfdale’s.andamp;#8249; Lil SueTroop 1310 reaches BronzeJunior Girl Scout Troop 1310 would like to thank a few businesses in ourcommunity for helping us in reaching our Bronze Award. With the donationsfrom thesekind owners, our Troop made vests for the dogs at the HumaneSociety. The vests were sewn 100 percent by the girls in our Troop. On eachdog vest are the words: andamp;#8220;Adopt Me.andamp;#8221; We think they are cute and will help thedogs get adopted. We want to sincerely thank Mountain Hardware,The VarietyStore, Quilters Haven, and Truckee Plastic Surgery (they helped us make thestencils). These stores donated material so homeless dogs could have a vestand perhaps a greater chance of getting adopted. If you go to the HumaneSociety on one of their Adoption Days, you might see our andamp;#8220;Adopt Meandamp;#8221; bibs andperhaps you will adopt a small or large or somewhere in the middle furryfriend for life.andamp;#8249; Emma Costa2011 Kings Beach SnowFest! ParadeThe 2011 Kings Beach SnowFest! Parade was another fantastic success, andmaybe the biggest ever! We are happy to coordinate this yearly SnowFest!event to KB, and thank the sponsors who help make it happen: Rotary Club ofTahoe City, North Tahoe Public Utility District, Sears Hometown Store, Dr.Karen Kucharski, Liberty Energy, North Shore Ace Hardware, Rainbow Doorways,Taneva Auto Parts, Eco Print andamp; Imaging and Tahoe TV. Thanks to Chris Talbot, Steve Risko and K-Tahoe for being outstandingemcees and Tahoe Mountain Sports, the Grid Bar andamp; Grill and Scraps forproviding them with a location. Thanks to Jennifer Merchant, Tony Spiker andLeslie Bruening for serving as judges. And a huge thank you to Dick andNileta Morton and to all of the other volunteers who helped with paradestaging, directing traffic, closing roads, and keeping kids safe.Congrats to this year’s winners: Boys andamp; Girls Club of North Lake Tahoe,Rainbow Doorways, The Wrinkle and Kings Beach Parents Co-Op!The 2011 parade was dedicated to the memory of Norma Schwartz and her yearsof public service and community support.We truly hope everyone had a load of fun with memories to share. We had agreat time creating some SnowFest! sights and smiles!andamp;#8249; North Tahoe Business AssociationDear Truckee Community,The Truckee High School band and TEMPO would like to express our deepgratitude to the businesses and individuals who have contributed to theTruckee High Talent Show and Telethon. The contributors we would like torecognize are:Colome Tresan; Tree house andamp;#8211; Lindy Kramer; Truckee Variety Co,; Gioielli andamp;#8211;Jannell Botto; Granite Chief; Elija Blue’s Coffee; The Back Country; W and TGraphix; The Office Boss; Double Diamond Jewelry; Cooking Gallen; TuffBranz; Villager Nursery; Back Street Boutique; Sports Tahoe; Pet Station;Bookshelf; Wild Cherries; White Buffalo; Starbucks; Riverside Studios andamp;#8211; MaryGueria; Heart N’ Art andamp;#8211; Patty Eikam; Wind Resort Accessories; Sierra PacificCoffee andamp;#8211; Rick and Susan Reynolds; Moute Welt; Jessica Michan; QuiltersHeaven at Truckee; KidZone Museum; Elizabeth Ann Photography andamp;#8211; ElizabethWeir and Tahoe City Chocolates andamp;#8211; Mike Akay.We could not do it with out your support. Thank you.Sincerely,Meredith Mattocks, President, Band Council and Phil Paddelford, President,T.E.M.P.O.
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