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Sheriff's Arrest and Activity Log for 9-16-17

by Placerville Newswire / Sep 17, 2017 / comments

[PRpond]

The following people are on the arrest log of September 16, 2017, as reported by the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department:

AMORE BISHOP
JN1704724    AMORE    DEL LOS AN    BISHOP    F
PV    20170916    INCUSTODY    25    EDSO
466    M    POSSESS BURGLARY TOOLS    $2,000.00
496(A)    M    REC KNWN STOLN PROP    $2,000.00
485    M    APPROPR LOST PROP    $2,000.00

Heavenly, Kirkwood and Northstar employees volunteer on EpicPromise Day

[South Tahoe Now]

Employees from Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood Mountain Resorts participated in various conservation and maintenance projects around Lake Tahoe Saturday as part of EpicPromise Week.

Heavenly employees were at South Tahoe Middle School and Sierra House Elementary on South Shore on September working on several different projects, and kirkwood joined Cal Trout in the Kirkwood Meadow.

At Sierra House an energetic group painted activities on the playground, started a fence around the Kindergarten play area, worked on the trail of the fit course which will soon be home to slack lines, and cleaned up the lot in front of the school...

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Chefs Face-Off in Tahoe's "Sample the Sierra Chef Challenge"

by Placerville Newswire / Sep 16, 2017 / comments

[This article was provided by the Tahoe Chamber]

This year the competition includes four chefs each cooking against one another with a mystery box of locally grown ingredients. One chef will be eliminated each round. All the chefs will have 30 minutes to create each course per round. The rounds will reflect courses with round one being appetizers, round two being an entrée course and round three being a dessert course. Each chef will prepare six plates per round, with each plate being used for judging. Each chef will be judged on creativity, presentation and taste.

Lemon “aid” for Houston - El Dorado Hills boys help others

[Bill Sullivan, Folsom Telegraph]

Saturday morning the two El Dorado Hills boys took to the street to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Harvey in a classic childhood form...

They’re less than three feet tall, but local youngsters Garrett and Reid Stryker have huge hearts when it comes to helping others they have never even met. Saturday morning the two El Dorado Hills boys took to the street to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Harvey in a classic childhood form – a lemonade stand.

“We had been talking about Harvey as a family and watching some news footage of the water rescues and packed shelters,” said Ace Stryker. “The boys were pretty affected by what they saw so we started talking about ways we may be able to help them. They decided doing a lemonade stand was a good way to raise money.”...

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Frances Matthews 1949 - 2017

[PRpond]

Frances L. Matthews, Georgetown, California 
December 7, 1949 - September 15, 2017 

Arrangements under the direction of Chapel of the Hills, Auburn, CA.

 

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