Holiday concerts and charity drives planned
Special to the Nevada Appeal
MSP and the Carson High Ski and Board team brings their award-winning film to the table with “CLAIM, The Greatest Ski Movie… EVER!”
This time, they’re poking fun at themselves and the industry as a whole. Highlights from the film include the introduction of 15-year-old phenom Sean Pettit, early season with Mark Abma, Matchstick’s return to Alaska over the course of four epic shoots, and a speed riding session from Chamonix, France.
Please join us at the Carson City Community Center at 7 p.m. Friday. Tickets are $7 and available at the door, or $5 with a Warren Miller ticket stub.
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Carson High School’s Winter Band Concert will be 7 tonight at the Community Center. Admission is free.
The Choir and Musical Theater programs will be hosting their Winter Concert at 7 p.m. Tuesday, also at the Community Center.
Admission is $3 or three cans of food. All food collected at the door will be donated to the Northern Nevada Food bank. Students involved in the band and choir who are members of the Music Honor Society will be collecting, counting and delivering those cans for their December service project. Come and support these programs!
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The CHS Capitol Stars are hosting their annual Silent Auction/ Holiday Performance 6-8 p.m. Thursday at the Brewery Arts Performance Hall.
Admission is $5 per person. There are many wonderful items to bid on and take home. Come do your Christmas shopping and support a great cause in the meantime.
All-you-can-eat desserts and hot drinks are included.
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This week, Carson High School will be having a new spirit week called “A Week of Giving Back.”
Every day we will be raising money or asking for you to bring in goods to help our community. Some examples of what we have going on is: Monday will be a Miracle
Minute to help the Naval Junior ROTC raise money to get gently used clothes to Iraq.
Tuesday, after school from 2-3 p.m., we will have an assembly line of peanut butter and jelly sandwich makings for the Food Bank in Carson City.
The National Honor Society is still asking for coats for kids. We’re also going to be looking for socks for Tiny Toes and paper toiletry products.
If you would like to support any of these item collections, please contact Jennifer Tartan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Susan Sonnemaker teaches choir at Carson High and is a member of Senator Pride.