Womens' 20-30 club hosts guest bartending night at Buckaroos

Drink specials and karaoke will be included in the evening on Jan. 25, when the women of Sierra Nevada Active 20-30 Club host a "recruitment/guest bartending night" at Buckaroos Saloon, 1435 Highway 395 in Gardnerville.

The public is invited to attend this event from 7 p.m. to midnight. Members of the club will step behind the bar to serve drinks and inform and educate the public about the women's club.

Drinks specials include $1 tequila shots and $1.50 Bud and Bud Light. Other drink specials will include Long Island ice teas, fuzzy navels, copper camels and Washington apples.

Other events include a karaoke competition where a few lucky winners will receive prizes from local businesses for belting out their best tune. Prizes include massages, movie passes, bottles of wine and gift certificates to area restaurants.

The club is looking for women between 21 and 39 to join the club.

"This organization is a great way for women to network personally and professionally, and change a child's life by the various events we host throughout the year," said club president Shannon Johnson. "We have had seven new members join since August, which is promising."

The Active 20-30 organization is an international, non-profit that focuses on supporting local charities, particularly children's organizations. Whether it's assisting with physically, mentally or socially challenged children, providing aid to youth groups, or participating at various fundraising events, all members contribute to the betterment and welfare of the community and its youth.

The local Active 20-30 club sponsors various hands-on events throughout the year including Winter Wonderland, Project Santa Claus, the annual fashion show held in the spring and Project School Days.

For more information on the event or to join the Sierra Nevada Active 20-30 Club, call Marisa Bartevian-Casarez at 267-0675, via e-mail at info@sierranv2030.org or visit their website www.sierranv2030.org.


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