25th Annual Booster Club Golf Tournament on May 5th and 6th
You are cordially invited to participate in the 25th Annual Booster Club Golf Tournament. This fun filled event includes your chance to win trophies, raffle prizes, a $100.00 closest –to –the-pin contest, and our Hole-in-One prize.
Entry fee still only $125.00 includes: 18 holes of golf, golf cart, and our famous lunch.
Each day is an individual tournament with a scramble format. Individuals, couples, and foursomes are welcome. Trophies will be awarded to the top 3 teams each day.
** PLAY BOTH DAYS AND SAVE!! $225.00 for both days.**
Registration and raffle ticket sales open at 9:30am, the tournament begins with a “shotgun” start at 11:00am. Lunch will be provided as you pass between the 9th and 10th holes.
Please remember that Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course generously donates the course and that all funds raised benefit South Lake Tahoe and George Whittell High Schools.
YOUR SUPPORT IS APPRECIATED!! If you have any questions, please call: Kevin Kjer at 775-588-6354, or e-mail: KJKjer@aol.com
Barton Health invites area Moms to “Mom’s Morning Out” – a special, complimentary event designed for all moms. Join fellow moms in celebration of motherhood on Saturday, May 5 from 10a.m. to 12:30p.m. at Lake Tahoe Community College (Aspen Room). Whether you’re a new mom, soccer mom or a mother experiencing an empty nest, this event has been specifically created just for you.
Sponsored by Barton Health, Tahoe Daily Tribune and Lake Tahoe Community College, the following will be available for every stage of motherhood:
- Talks provided by local health experts
- Wellness booths
- Hands-on CPR Lessons with Barton University
- Light brunch buffet
- Hand scrub treatments
- Chair Massage
… and much more!
The lectures are filling up fast! Don’t miss the great information provided by area health and wellness experts. Visit www.bartonhealth.org/mom to R.S.V.P. For more information, please call (530) 543-5615 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
50-100 children are in desperate need of temporary foster care in Lake Tahoe. There are more children in the Tahoe area in need of homes than there are foster homes to care for them. With only 13 foster homes currently available in the Tahoe area, a huge number of these children, already up-rooted from everything they know, are having to be homed far away from their friends, schools and community. As distressing as being removed from their families must be, it is only compounded when these children find themselves far from everything they know.
So Foster Family Service is making it one of their many missions to establish more foster homes in the Tahoe area. Foster families are fully supported by the service and can have total say in who they foster, when and for how long. Training and ongoing courses prepare and support the foster parents in all aspects of caring for a foster child. Anyone over the age of 25, who has their own vehicle and is willing to open their home to a child is welcome to apply. There are plenty of other opportunities to help, volunteer and mentor with the service without actually having a child stay with you too.
So, if you, or anyone you know may be interested in learning more about this vital service please contact Megan Ciampa at email@example.com or call her on (530) 544 3167 or visit the website for more information.
The Heavenly Ski & Snowboard Foundation would like to invite you, your family and friends to join them for the 11th Annual Grapes & Gates gourmet food and wine tasting event to take place on Wednesday, May 2nd from 6:00pm to 9:00pm at Edgewood’s North Room.
This year you will be able to sample foods from the area’s top restaurants including Cafe Fiore, The Cork and More, Echo Restaurant, Fresh Ketch, Latin Soul and Naked Fish. Theywelcome regional wine including Caymus Winery, Silver Oak Winery, W.H. Smith Winery, Dead Man’s Hand, Rombauer Winery, Jeremy Wine Co., Vision Wines, Young’s Winery, Jeff Runquist Wines, Henry Wine Group French wines, Benessere Winery, Un Po’Pazzo Italian wines, Red Poets & Skyhawk Lane; as well as Sierra Nevada Brewery and Wine Warehouse beer selections.
The evenings highlight will be their award presentation. The Foundation will introduce and present the inaugural “Bill Killebrew” award. Mr. Killebrew has been an integral part of creating opportunities for youth to enjoy and participate in snowsports. They will also honor Heavenly Freestyle Team head coach Jere Crawford, recipient of the USSA Freestyle Coach of the Year award. Tickets to the event are limited, if you would like to reserve tickets you can pick them up at The Cork and More or Sports LTD or phone the Foundation director Aimi Xistra-Rich at 530.314.9285.
Saturday evening April 28: First Seating at 5:30 p.m.
A gourmet four course dinner with wine along Ski Run Blvd from Black Bear Inn to Blue Angel, Nephele’s, and ending at Riva Grill.
Stories of Tahoe’s modern history will be told along the way.
Tickets are $65, and proceeds of this Leadership Lake Tahoe organized event will go the Friends of the South Lake Tahoe/El Dorado County Library
For information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (415) 992-2433