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Rummage sales, wine tasting and other events set to help

Kim Riggs
For the Appeal

Joey Cusumano Rummage sale is still looking for donations to help ease the burden on the family of the 11-year-old who was recently diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma. Contact Sue Lamon who is organizing the event.

Sue commented, “Dig deep in your closets, garages, sheds, backyards and hearts to make this a very successful rummage sale.”

Also, a special thank you to the entire Rasner Family and Darrell Rasner for helping Joey get one of his wishes this past week. Go Yankees!

Rummage Sale

What: Cusumano family rummage sale

WHERE: Parking Lot at 727 Fairview Dr.

WHEN: 7 a.m.-10 p.m. June 30.

CONTACT: Sue Lamon at 684-7291

PROCEEDS: All money raised will go directly to Joey and his family.

Joey’s Web site:


You can support the Carson High Football teams Friday simply by sipping wine. The CHS Football Booster Club is presenting a new fundraiser, and it sounds like a great time.

Come join the Carson High Football Boosters in helping support a great program, which has continued through the years to provide so many young men with educational scholarships and needed items in the football program. GO SENATORS!

Wine tasting

WHAT: Carson City High School Football Booster Club’s Wine Tasting Gala, Silent Auction and Raffle Prizes

WHEN: 5-8 p.m. Friday

WHERE: Nevada State Library & Archives, 100 N. Stewart St.

COST: $25 per person

CONTACT: Lori at 287-4025


Coming this Sunday is an event for all ages. If you like music and beautiful surroundings, come join the Carson City Symphony’s 23rd annual Pops Party concert at the Governor’s Mansion.

There will be refreshments and prizes. Admission is free, and the program will feature the amazing youth program, “Strings in the School.” Talk about talent – it will be here, so don’t miss out.

Pops concert

WHAT: Carson City Symphony’s 23rd annual “Pops Party” Concert

WHERE: Governor’s Mansion, 606 Mountain St.

WHEN: 4 p.m. Sunday


If you don’t have your tickets or signed up to help at the Taste of Downtown, give Advocates to End Domestic Violence a call.

It’s a chance to check out the new hot spots in town like D’Vine Wine, and sample old favorites. The 2006 winners were: Best Atmosphere – Coldwell Bankers National Best Sellers; Best Taste – Molly’s Catering; Best Discovery -The Basil; Best Overall – India Curry Restaurant, Best Band – Zion Roots; and Best Shop – The Purple Avocado.

A Taste of Downtown

WHERE: Downtown Carson City

WHEN: June 16

COST: $35 per person

CONTACT: Traci at 883-7654. If you want to volunteer, go to and fill out the volunteer form

PROCEEDS BENEFIT: Advocates to End Domestic Violence

Next Week: Carson City Library’s annual Kiwanis Breakfast for Books will be June 9.

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