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March Monthly Meeting of the Lake Tahoe Hi Lo's
Hi-Lo's General Meeting is Tuesday, April 28th at Round Table Pizza at the Y.
Dinner/Social hour from 6-7pm.
General Meeting from 7-8pm.
**The monthly meeting scheduled for March 24th will be cancelled due to increasing concern around COVID-19. Please stay safe, you are in our thoughts!! We will touch in on the April meeting as things progress.
Registration open for
30th Annual Hi Lo's Gambler Poker Run
Safety on the Trail
Please be safe on the trails. There are a lot of new obstacles and high water that are not normally on the trails this time of year.
Please wear your safety belts and make sure you are carrying your first aide kits, fire extinguishers and extra supplies.
Be courteous to each other and aware there are broken vehicles on the trails people will be coming back for.
Community Involvement >>
* Sober Graduation
* Angora Fire Victims
* Trail Maintenance
-Rubicon Trail: entire Placer side
for 40+ years
-Long Lake Trail: a moving force to get the FS to
officially recognize this trail
-Rubicon Trail: building water bars in 200, continued
maintenance on water bars
* South Tahoe Athletic Teams (S.T.A.T.)
* Enduro Run support: staffed rest stop on Rubicon for
* Moose Lodge: fishing derby
* Project 44: helping foster kids
* Occupational Education at South Tahoe High School
* OHV clinics
The Hi-Los were presented with a plaque from Cal4 at the Convention for 50 years of membership.
The plaque was presented to Steve Morris to display at his home. Steve Morris was the first president of the Cal4 Wheel Drive and is still active today. Congratulations to the Club and to Steve.
The Lake Tahoe Hi-Lo's is a family oriented four wheel drive club, based in South Lake Tahoe, CA. We currently have about 35 General and Associate members. Our club was started in 1966 and in the sixty's & seventy's we put on local high speed hill climbs & sand drags. We have been hosting the annual Gambler's Poker Run since 1987. Money we raise from our events, we donate back to local charities and to help keep trail access.