Saturday and Sunday April 25 and 26, 2015


For crafter and vendor information and applications: call or email Pat Smith (775) 265-5332

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El Dorado Hotel and Casino-Reno

Fresh Ideas-Gardnerville

Full Belly Deli

Grand Sierra Resort and Casino

Hamdogs Bar & Eatery

Holiday Inn Express

Jethro's Bar & Grill

Jim Woods-Birding Under Nevada Skies

Lorraine Felix

Main Street Barber

Minden Meat & Deli

Montbleu Resort & Casino-Stateline

Nancy Humphries

Panchitas Killer Salsa, Inc.

Peggy Furtado

Pete Bowie

Pulse Fitness

Quail Cottage-Gardnerville

Sapphire Wizard Arts

Silver Legacy-Reno

Sorensen's Resort

Starbucks:Carson Valley Roasting Plant


The Jewel Box


The Town of Genoa

The Wild Horse

Velvet Touch

Anytime Fitness

ASJ Small Engines

Atlantis, Reno


Carson Nugget-Carson City

Carson Valley Accounting

Carson Valley Golf Course

Carson Valley Inn

Carson Valley Swim Center

Christensen Automotive

COD Casino

Costco-Carson City

Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park

Don Stockman

Dove Chocolate Discoveries

Eagle Valley Golf


Carson Valley

Sertoma Club

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Our Gardnerville

Minden Club

meets every Friday

at Holiday Inn Express

7:00 AM to 8:00 AM

1659 Highway 88, Minden, NV 89423


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Recent Community Contributions

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$ 400.00 check presentation. Carson Valley Sertoma contributes to Austin's House each year to help provide the resources they need for their work in the community. Chuck Vickrey, Sponsorship Chair, Kathleen Miller, Executive Director, Austin House, and Chuck Voss, Carson Valley Sertoma President-Elect.


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Alicea Rhodes from The Aspire Academy receives a check for $200.00 from Chuck Vickrey and Martha Voss.

Our award is to support their integrity award program. They award polo shirts to students who perform a at high level in academics and behavior.


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$ 500.00 Check Presentation. Chuck Vickrey, Doug Petersen and Andrea Rajeski from Young at Heart.

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About Sertoma

How many times have you seen newspaper photos of our members donating to various charities like the Young at Heart Soup Lunches, Carson Valley Food Closet, been the recipient of a Scholarship or hearing aids, or danced the Chicken Dance at our Oktoberfest? All of these activities demonstrate what our Sertoma name means—Service to Mankind.

Our International organization celebrated our 100th anniversary April 11, 2012. Our local club is working on its 35th year of providing service to Carson Valley and Douglas County. In those 35 years we’ve given thousands of hours and hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Food Closet, Young at Heart at the Senior Center, China Spring and Aurora Pines Youth Facilities, Family Support Council, City of Refuge, Boys and Girls Club, the Fishing Derby and many youth organizations.

Our members, past and present, have been instrumental in making the Carson Valley Swim Center a reality, getting the land donated to start China Spring, installing Hearing Loop equipment at the Senior Center, and even lending hands to build the first Ranchos VFD building. We put on the one and only Chicken Stampede back in 1982 that became the precursor to some years of actually having a Douglas County Fair. We started the annual Truck Pull and hosted many Barn Dances at the Fairgrounds.

All of these activities are part of our heritage and are a history of a lot of hard work and fun. We do them to be a part of our community, and to raise funds to provide our type of Service to Mankind like hearings aids, hearing loops, book scholarships, soup lunches, and support for our active troops and veterans around the globe. And when we get a Thank You note from a hearing aid recipient that says “Thank you, there’s a whole new world out there for me to listen to and enjoy”, that makes it all worthwhile.

Internationally we are looking forward to our second 100 years. Locally we’re at 35 and counting, judging our scholarship applications, and making plans for even bigger and better activities in the future. If you would like to find out more about what we do, and why, please visit us on Friday mornings, 7 AM, at Holiday Inn Express. We will even buy you breakfast.

Beautiful Carson Valley





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