Captain’s log- Month 2: Hahaha, just kidding. I hope that everyone is staying safe at home! Please stay home. I know that we are all getting a little restless right now, but flatting the curve is necessary to save lives. It is anticipated that the next 3 weeks or so, we will see a huge […]
By Pam Barrett I have been informed by a representative of Lake Tahoe Community College that after consulting with representatives of the Lake Tahoe Unified School District, the celebration event portion of the Gift of Literacy Project, scheduled on May 8, has been cancelled. It is not realistic to think that there can be a […]
Link to CDC (Center for Disease Control) website regarding what’s currently going on with the COVID-19 situation. » ElDorado County’s Coronavirus information » City of South Lake Tahoe’s Facebook page and a video where Mayor Jason Collins talks about what to do during these times.
Hi Ladies, COVID-19 has definitely changed our daily lives. While we all are processing this event and the necessary adjustments we all have made, I urge you all to lead with a kind heart and don’t feed into the negativity. I pray that each of you and your families remain safe through this pandemic. Please […]
Dear Soroptasisters, Tahoe is pretty much on lock-down and we are, as you know, putting our weekly lunch meetings on hold for a while until we get the “all clear” to start meeting again. If you can offer assistance in any form to a fellow member in need, or perhaps feel isolated or need help […]
I have been hearing from several people about Soroptimist taking on the task of making masks for emergency and hospital workers. Penney Leezy from Washoe checked with local hospitals to see if they would be accepting of these homemade masks and received some positive feedback to use them as covers for their filtered masks to […]
View in your browser Read the e-Paper ——— DAILY NEWS HEADLINES ——— Tribune wants to connect volunteers, organizations through ‘Be a Neighbor’ program The Tahoe Daily Tribune wants to be a good neighbor and help connect people and organizations in the community. The Tribune has teamed with social impact platform Vomo and its “Be a Neighbor” program […]
Hi Ladies! It feels like spring is upon us! We are gearing up for a few fun activities that we will need volunteers for! The Gift of Literacy program, The Drug Store Project and The Science Expo. There is nothing more rewarding as your President, then to see you all out there volunteering your time […]
The 17th Annual Drug Store Project to be held on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 is already underway. Become a volunteer and sign up at https://signup.com/go/LWDqVj Please click on the link to volunteer for this incredible project to keep children from drugs.
Every year, UC Davis’ Tahoe Environmental Research Center puts on a multi-day Science Expo for all 3-5th grade students at LTUSD, Zephyr and the local homeschool program. The event is hosted in the gymnasium at LTCC. There are 30 stations set up in the gymnasium and kids get to bee bop from table to table […]
Thank you all for considering to attend the Winter District Meeting When: February 7 Where: Fernley, Nevada (please see Invite PDF for more info) We are happy to see you and are planning a great event. Friday Night will be a Sip and Paint for $25 in Fernley and the Saturday event will be held at […]
Happy New Year Soroptisisters! I hope that everyone enjoyed the holiday break, and were able to recharge during the holiday hustle. I am so pleased that we are stepping into the New Year making forward progress on the Soroptimist Softball Field Project. This is going to be such a great project that our community will […]
January 15, 2020, HARRAHS Young Women of Distinction January 22, 2020, HARRAHS Laurie Ault- Rape, DNA, Forensics update on investigations on murders in California, Crimes against women and how new technology can be used to keep women safer Dark January 29, 2020, DARK 5th Wednesday of the Month