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725 Granlibakken Rd
Tahoe City, California,96145
Tapping its Norwegian heritage, Granlibakken, or "hillside sheltered by fir trees," reflects its setting of 74 wooded acres near Tahoe City at the northwest corner of Lake Tahoe. Granlibakken, Tahoe's original ski resort and site of the 1932 U.S. Olympic Ski J... more.
West Shore Association P.O. Box 6329 Tahoe City, CA 96145 Ph: (530) 583-4242 email@example.com
BEAR League:Bear News:Bear eats winning gingerbread ...
Granlibakken Resort Manager Kay Williams said the bear found its way through an unlocked door, but didn't do much damage.
"He went into housekeeping and ate it," Williams said. Williams noted that the resort had a bear problem in the past, but that employees have taken steps to discourage bears from breaking in. However, they know which doors are kept unlocked and they still get in occasionally, Williams said.
Granlibakken Resort P.O. Box 6329 Tahoe City, CA 96145 Ph: (530) 583-4242 firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to Kay Williams, recipient of the North Lake Tahoe Distinguished Community Service Award!
Kay Williams, Resort Manager Kay Williams, Resort Manager Last night at the 62nd Annual Community Awards Dinner hosted by the North Lake Tahoe Chamber/CVB/Resort Association, our Resort Manager, Kay Williams, was recognized for her important role in our local community, receiving the Distinguished Community Service award. Anyone who has ever met Kay will know of her talent for making great conversation, her friendly smile, and her knack for great customer service. Kay is a vital staff member here at Granlibakken, and she has also played an important role in shaping the North Lake Tahoe community. Kay is a pioneer in North Lake Tahoe. She helped to found a number of cultural events, like Snowfest, the Autumn Food and Wine Festival and the Tahoe Music Festival series. Kay was also a member of the North Tahoe Rotary Club and the Soroptimist Women's Organization. Kay continues to improve the offerings of North Lake Tahoe, making it a vibrant place to live and to visit. Kay has also played a huge role in helping to get North Lake Tahoe on the map as a premier vacation destination. Kay was the Director of the Visitors and Convention Bureau for North Lake Tahoe, where she established the central reservation service. She helped to develop the Conference Sales Program for the North Lake Tahoe region and was Director of Marketing for North Tahoe Resort Association. As the owner and operator of the family owned Tahoma Lodge for 36 years, Kay is dedicated to developing strong guest relationships. Throughout her career, she has been involved in many organizations and numerous tourism associations, including West Shore Association Lodging Committee, Lake Tahoe Music Festival Board, North Tahoe Chamber of Commerce Advisory Committee and the Boys and Girls Club Board. As Resort Manager at Granlibakken Tahoe, she has been the advocate for individual owner issues, fostering a warm customer service culture. We hope that you all get the chance to meet Kay, and to congratulate her on her outstanding service to the North Lake Tahoe community throughout the years.
"Joe brings a lifelong commitment to winter outdoor recreation and sports and resort management to our lodge," said Kay Williams, Granlibakken's general manager.