Stephanie Ebel Fundraiser
Valley Trading Post 5350 Sun Valley Blvd.
Gloria Berry 303-1251
Iron Nation MC's Never Forget 9/11 Run
Cottonwood Park, Sparks
You are invited to join Iron Nation MC for our 13th Annual Never Forget 9/11 Run, a benefit for the Nevada Military Support Alliance.
We expect this year's run to be larger than ever! Iron Nation MC will once again be raffling off a brand new Harley-Davidson motorcycle, a 103ci FXSB Softail Breakout. Raffle tickets are $20 and only 1150 will be sold. Please mark your calendars and ride over to join us for the raffle, live music, food, motorcycle parade through Sparks and Reno, and to share in the memory of those who gave their lives. Never forget 9/11!
Stampede Carnvial and 50 year Celebration
Pleasant Valley Elemantry School 405 Surrey Dr. Reno NV 89521
The celebration kicks off with the annual Stampede Carnival. Photo opportunities with Alumni students and staff will be available. Photos from the past 50 years will be on display throughout the school. A formal presentation will be held on stage at 1pm to recognize former staff and share stories of “I remember when….”
The annual Stampede Carnival includes a raffle, silent auction, craft booths, food trucks and games for the whole family. This is the main fundraiser of the year and helps to provide the students with classroom supplies and variety of learning tools. In the previous two years, the PTA was able to provide the library with $10,000 each year to purchase new non-fiction books to stay on the cutting edge of our common core state standards.
Pleasant Valley Elementary School
Golf tournament to benefit local on Sept 13
Wildcreek Golf Course, Sparks, NV
Recently, Danny Utu, a pillar of our community, was diagnosed with congestive heart failure. Danny is only 38 years old. He has served in the Reno hospitality industry for nearly 20 years and has been an amazing ambassador for tourists and locals. His passion in serving other people, ensuring their happiness has helped this community in so many ways. He is one of those people that would give you his last dollar if you needed it, whether he had known you for an hour or decade. Now we have the opportunity to give back to him.
The goal of the tournament is to raise at least $10,000, with all the proceeds going towards Danny's medical bills.
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Mt. Grant Challenge
Walker Lake (Cottonwood Drive and Highway 95)
Climb the highest peak in Mineral County, Nevada, as a tribute to those who lost their lives on 9/11. This is a rare opportunity to climb 17 miles of some of the most pristine lands in the region and ascend 7000 feet to the summit of Mt. Grant. When you reach the peak you will recieve finisher's award and a breathtaking view at 11,280 feet. The location for the 9/11 Challenge is situated in the high desert of Nevada and near the community of Hawthorne; known as "America's Patriotic Home." Proceeds from this event will benefit the VFW Veteran's Park.
The Air National Guard Mobile Experience at Reno Air Races
Reno Stead Airport 4895 Texas Ave Reno, NV 89506
The Air National Guard Mobile Experience is a free interactive experience that provides people an opportunity to participate in simulated challenges that replicate the real-life experiences of Air Guard men and women during Basic Military Training, technical training and on drill weekend. Participants will also visit an interactive uniform experience, where they can digitally view themselves wearing the Air Guard uniform from their chosen career field. The experience is designed to educate Americans about Air Guard’s dual role in serving our nation and local communities. To learn more, visit GoANG.com.
Fall Migration Spooner lake
Spooner lake State Park, NV
Mileage: Approximately 1-1.5 miles
Description: The Tahoe Institute for Natural Science (TINS), Lahontan Audubon Society (LAS) and Tahoe Rim Trail Association (TRTA) are co-sponsoring this easy stroll to search for migrant birds heading south for the winter. We will search the aspen stand, willows, and the lake for any migrants and local birds, such as Orange-crowned and Wilson’s Warblers, White-crowned Sparrows, Green-tailed Towhees, Ring-necked Ducks, and Red-breasted Sapsuckers.
Amy Teeters, 775-298-4492