Trophies gathering dust? Donate them back to students
September 24, 2004
Joe Masini, one of the owners of Bodine’s, called and asked if I knew of a program that accepted old trophies. His son, Tony, is now in college and has a few he would like to donate back to other children.
I called the local trophy store, AwardZone, and asked them if they would be interested.
Jamie and Jenni Eyerly loved the idea.
“We really appreciate the opportunity to give something back to the community that supports us as a business. We try to make awards affordable for everyone, and the donation program will be a great way to make sure that even those who can’t afford it can still be recognized,” Jenni said.
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Linda Hurzel, physical education specialist at Bordewich-Bray Elementary School, says today is the kick-off for the school’s annual jog-a-thon. Students will be out asking you to sponsor them. Proceeds are used to purchase updated equipment and for other enrichment activities.
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Don’t forget the 13th annual Taste for Travel that benefits the Chest of Sierra Nevada (C.A.R.E) is Thursday at the Reno Hilton. This is a fun event that helps cover emergency medications for children.
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Brewery Arts Center is featuring Christine Kane in the Performance Hall in a live concert Friday. She will host a workshop called “Great Big Dreams” on Saturday. She said, “So many women I meet on the road and in workshops, myself included, have so much passion and so many dreams, and too often get stuck in their own doubts and insecurities.” This workshop is a combination of lecture, open discussion, written exercises and take-home tools.
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Dixie Busch is looking for a few good golfers for her annual Soroptimist Breast Cancer Golf Tournament.
This program has provided over 200 free mammograms to underserved women.
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In October, the Republican Women’s Club will host Rep. Jim Gibbons as guest speaker. First Lady Dema Guinn will also be an honored guest, and the club will present her with a check for the Mammovan.
Out & About
What: Donations of undamaged, used sports trophies.
Where: AwardZone, 314 S. Carson St., across from the State Legislature
When: 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Tuesdays-Fridays; 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays
Information: Jenni and Jamie Eyerly at 882-5400, http://www.awardzone.com
What: Brewery Art Center presents Christine Kane’s “Great Big Dreams” concert and workshop
Where: Performance Hall
When: Concert 7:30 p.m. Friday; workshop 1 p.m. Saturday
Cost: $12 for BAC members/students/seniors, $15 general; workshop: $100.
What: Care Chest of Sierra Nevada’s annual Chef’s Competition and Travel Auction
When: 5:30 p.m. Thursday
Where: Reno Hilton Pavilion
Cost: $40 per person or a table of 10 is available
Proceeds benefit: Families in need of medical equipment, prescriptions and supplies.
Who: Soroptimist International Stokes for Help Golf Tournament
When: Oct. 9
Where: Eagle Valley Golf Course
Information: Tournament director Dixie Busch, 882-3051
Next week: Carson High School Basketball Team will begin selling tickets Friday to their annual Beer and Brats on Oct. 23 at the Carson Station Grill. For tickets, call Carlos Mendugia at 720-3234
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