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Contact: Linda Offerdahl
(INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev.) April 1, 2021 – Local leaders within the North Shore of Lake Tahoe have launched the Incline Village Crystal Bay Association (IVCBA). It is the region’s newest collaboration that was formed to build community and local communication among residents, businesses, and non-profit organizations.
“From Engineer to Entrepreneur”
Longtime local and female entrepreneur Janet Lowe is one of the many women in North Lake Tahoe that possess strong character qualities. Alongside being a wife and a mother, Lowe has achieved the transition from being an engineer to her own boss; planting her roots in Incline Village. Amongst the many positive traits that Lowe carries, one characteristic that could describe this woman is empowered.
“Artist - indoors and out”
Liz Paganelli has lived in the Incline Village area for the past 20-something years. She received a BFA from California College of the Arts, and an MFA from John F. Kennedy University. Additionally, she studied printmaking at Kala Institute in Berkeley, Calif. And Santa Reparata Graphic Center in Florence, Italy.
After she settled in Incline Village, she taught drawing and printmaking courses at Sierra Nevada University, Truckee Meadows Community College, and Yosemite National Park.
“From Small Town to World Cup”
North Shore’s Crystal Bay Casino is opening the doors to their concert venues this April, nearly 11 months after their last show. They will be opening the doors to their Crown Room for seated concerts with limited capacity. Events in the Crown Room prior to COVID-19 were primarily standing room only, and allowed for larger crowds.
After several months of being unable to host events or concerts within the casino, many are eager to gain back some of the normalcy that came from attending concerts at the popular Crown Room venue within the Crystal Bay Casino.
TAHOE FOREST HEALTH SYSTEM CELEBRATES NATIONAL DOCTORS’ DAY (Tahoe/Truckee, Calif.) – March 30 is National Doctors’ Day, and Tahoe Forest Health System proudly celebrates our local physician community for their commitment, sacrifice and heroic work. On this day, we recognize the diverse and valuable work doctors perform – from primary and specialty care to urgent and emergency care.
The recent Incline High School Booster Club Crab Feed “fun-raiser” netted about $200,000, which will be used to buy a new outdoor scoreboard and to meet other scholastic needs.
“We’re quite happy with the turnout and community support,” Booster Club president Tom Millhoff said. “And thanks to a very generous matching grant from the Dave and Cheryl Duffield Foundation, our 'Fund-A-Need' raised $154,000, eclipsing the previous record of $150,000 set in 2019.
On March 7, 2021, the Diamond Peak Ski Team kicked off their virtual auction, an online substitute for what would be the 12th annual "Ullr Fest" that the ski team hosts but of course was limited due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The auction will be offering a plethora of items like prime parking at Diamond Peak and a day of wake surfing on Lake Tahoe to the winners with the highest bid. It's a familiar story these days, the effects of the pandemic taking a financial toll on the smaller organizations, yet the Diamond Peak Ski Team is showing how to prevail.
INCLINE VILLAGE - The Incline High School Boosters hope you won’t worry too much about the “crabohydrate” count in your diet come March 18, as they welcome all to feast at their 39th annual Crab Feed Fun-Raiser.
With pandemic protocols still in place, this year’s event will be a virtual one, featuring online entertainment, a raffle and auction. Tasty crustacean dinners will be ready to pick-up from Azzara’s, 930 Tahoe Blvd.
Money raised that evening will go toward purchasing a new outdoor scoreboard.