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Annual Net Impact Tahoe Retreat!
Ease in to the new school year with a trip to one of California's greatest treasures: Lake Tahoe!

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The Cal Lodge, Soda Springs, CA

This is the perfect opportunity to get to know your new classmates and fellow second-year students. It will be a great weekend of hiking, relaxing, drinks, food, music, and general merry-making. Your friends and significant others are welcome and invited to join!

Pricing:
$100 – Current Net Impact GSM Chapter Member (second year students)
$125 – ASM member – includes a two-year Net Impact chapter membership
$135 – Non-ASM member – includes a two-year Net Impact chapter membership
$135 – Friends and significant others

The cost includes two nights lodging, food, and drinks at the Cal Lodge in gorgeous Soda Springs, CA on the north side of Lake Tahoe. (http://www.callodge.org/)

Sign up today:
Current Net Impact GSM Chapter Member
ASM Member
Non-ASM Member
Friends

Sign up for a carpool and check out the packing list:
Carpool & Pack List

*note about sleeping arrangements

Image of Annual Net Impact Tahoe Retreat!The sleeping at the Cal Lodge is “summer camp” bunk beds and this is included in your fee. Summer camp = fun!

Currently, there are some more private rooms available at the next door Clair Tappaan Lodge. Clair Tappaan rooms are not included in our price, and there are not discounts on the price if you are not staying with us at the Cal Lodge.

Questions? Email Kellan Hays at khays@ucdavis.edu

See you in the mountains!

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