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Join Us for the 3rd Annual Founders Circle Summer Dinner August 18th

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Please join us for the 3rd Annual Founders Circle Summer Dinner on August 18th at the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe in Incline Village, Nevada. This year’s theme includes beach bocce on the beautiful white sand beaches of Incline followed by a gourmet dinner to celebrate our wonderful Founders Circle donors and our 2013 Signature Projects.

New Founders Circle donors will receive complimentary tickets to the event. For more information on becoming a Founders Circle donor or to be added to the invitation list, please email info@tahoefund.org.

2nd Annual Founders Circle Summer Dinner, August 12th

The second annual Tahoe Fund Founders Circle Summer Dinner was held on Sunday, August 12, at Edgewood Tahoe’s Historic Friday’s Station in Stateline, NV. Sometimes referred to as the “White House”, it was once a Pony Express stop and is now a private residence.  We once again honored our Founders Circle donors and shared a tremendous evening with 200 Tahoe Fund supporters.

Proceeds from the fundraising event directly support the operations of the Tahoe Fund work in securing funding bike trails, lakefront parks, restoration projects, interpretive programs, and other amenities that people use and enjoy at the Lake.


1st Tahoe Fund Founders Circle Summer Dinner- August 15th, 2010 at the West Shore Café.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein along with local community leaders, VIP’s, philanthropists and friends of Lake Tahoe helped set afloat the new Tahoe Fund, a bistate non-profit foundation dedicated to building a sustainable future for Lake Tahoe.


Photos by Vicki Kahn.

Top Left: Tahoe Fund President Cindy Gustafson addressed the guests at the West Shore Café.

Bottom Left: TRPA Executive Director Joanne Marchetta and The League to Save Lake Tahoe
board president Robert Damaschino were in deep discussion.

Right: Sen. Dianne Feinstein shakes hands with Placer County Supervisor Jennifer Montgomery
as TRPA board chair and Tahoe Fund board member Allen Biaggi looks on.