Lezlie Sterling Bee file, 2000
In October 2000, Carissa Carpenter, who then went by her married name, Carissa Blix, posed for photos to illustrate a glowing Bee profile about her. The publicity at the time was fueled by her plan to build a $450 million spa, resort, studio and retail complex in Sutter County, north of then-Arco Arena. That project  fizzled.
Lezlie Sterling Bee file, 2000 In October 2000, Carissa Carpenter, who then went by her married name, Carissa Blix, posed for photos to illustrate a glowing Bee profile about her. The publicity at the time was fueled by her plan to build a $450 million spa, resort, studio and retail complex in Sutter County, north of then-Arco Arena. That project fizzled. Bee file, 2000
Lezlie Sterling Bee file, 2000 In October 2000, Carissa Carpenter, who then went by her married name, Carissa Blix, posed for photos to illustrate a glowing Bee profile about her. The publicity at the time was fueled by her plan to build a $450 million spa, resort, studio and retail complex in Sutter County, north of then-Arco Arena. That project fizzled. Bee file, 2000

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