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Oct. 28 was a perfect fall afternoon for a pool party. Warm sun, clear skies and more than 300 guests celebrated the grandeur of Altitude, Nakoma’s new 12,500-square-foot, one-of-a-kind recreation center located in the heart of the resort.

Beer and wine flowed, along with a nearly endless stream of finger foods from Altitude’s bistro. While the kids challenged themselves on the climbing wall, adults toured Altitude taking in the fitness room, yoga loft, theater and Apex game room. The spacious pool deck was the perfect place to sample an array of culinary offerings and enjoy the late afternoon sun.

Altitude’s scale and aesthetic had the crowd buzzing, not to mention the extensive recreation options offered for all ages. The positive energy ran well into the evening, when many of our guests moved the celebration to Nakoma’s Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Clubhouse for dinner. 

Altitude offers year-round recreation for overnight guests at the Lodge at Nakoma and Nakoma community members, so plan a getaway to Nakoma and experience firsthand this wonderful new amenity.
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Fortified by a beautiful blue sky and bloody Marys, players in the Nakoma Education Fund Golf Tournament raised more more than $11,000 for Portola Jr.-Sr. High School on Sept. 13.

Forty golfers took on each other and the Dragon golf course to have fun and raise money for Portola Jr.-Sr. High’s tech program needs. The $11,130 raised is the highest amount so far in the history of the NEF tournament, eclipsing last year’s total by more than $3,300.

“I was thrilled when I saw the NEF check in my office,” said school Principal Sara Sheridan. “Our school community is so grateful for the amazing generosity and support of Nakoma.”

Funds from the 2017 tournament will go directly toward technology at Portola Jr.-Sr. High, as the school needs more laptops and upgrades in classroom instructional technology.

Nakoma’s 2016 NEF golf tournament raised $7,784, with the proceeds going to C. Roy Carmichael Elementary School’s computer lab.

That private-sector funding is important for small, rural schools because it allows administrators to provide unique opportunities for students.

Sheridan said that in the past Portola High has used donated funds to send students on college visits, build computer labs and purchase innovative technology such as 3D printers and Mind Storm Robots.

Kate Rowden, Nakoma’s membership and group coordinator and Portola High graduate, said that addition to entry fees, Nakoma raised money through donated raffle and silent auction items. Those items were supplied by local individuals and businesses who recognize the importance of supporting education in Eastern Plumas County.

“We intend to grow the Nakoma Education Fund tournament in coming years and in so doing increase the amount we can give back to our students and their teachers.”

Nakoma Resort staff thanks all the sponsors of the 2017 NEF tournament and the participating golfers who came out to play for such a worthwhile cause. We will be announcing the September 2018 NEF tournament date as well as new fundraising initiatives early in the new year.

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