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Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful’s 2017 Raise the River

Published by Christina on June 13, 2017, in Charitable Giving, General, Recent Projects

AUGUST 21, 2017 UPDATE:

RAISE THE RIVER SOLD OUT WITH OVER 400 ATTENDEES, THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful (KTMB) invites you to ignite your senses for its 2nd Annual Raise the River fundraiser at Idlewild Park’s Sensory Garden on Thursday, August 17, 2017. Guests will enjoy culinary delights by my favorite chef, Mark Estee, as well as craft libations, entertainment and a sensational silent auction.

Board Member Christina Stoever Young and Chef Mark Estee at Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful fundraiser August 18, 2016 at Idlewild Park in Reno. Photo by Tim Dunn/Tim Dunn Photography

For over 25 years, KTMB has kept Northern Nevada beautiful through active community involvement and education. I had the privilege of serving on the board in the late 1990’s, only to return in 2016. In my opinion, there’s a misconception within our community that the organization is an extension of a city or county agency. In actual fact, KTMB has been serving our needs as a 501C3 not-for-profit since the 1980’s. Organizing community clean-up’s, recycling events (Christmas Trees galore), planting flowers in regional parks, providing education programs for our schools, coordinating “green” programming for local businesses, initiating and collaborating the ONE Truckee River initiative and more showcases KTMB’s efforts as nothing short of remarkable. The organization is a well-oiled machine with major growth on the horizon.

The Sensory Garden at Idlewild Park is a tribute to the mission-specific objective of KTMB. In 2012, with the support of The City of Reno and Reno Parks and Recreation, the garden was deemed a permanent fixture for future generations to enjoy. It now serves as a year-round resource for KTMB and regional educators to teach local children about our ecosystems, watersheds and pollinators while engaging all five of their natural senses.

Our children will now have childhood memories of riding the infamous Idlewild Park Train AND visiting the beautiful Sensory Garden.

Photo of “Smell” Sensory Tent at the Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful fundraiser August 18, 2016 at Idlewild Park in Reno. Photo by Tim Dunn/Tim Dunn Photography

Hosting the fundraiser at the Sensory Garden is a perfect fit for the organization. As stated by KTMB’s Executive Director, Christi Cakiroglu, “Raise the River exudes the true heart of our community. The individuals, businesses, artists and entertainers coming together on behalf of keeping our community beautiful is a direct correlation to our mission. Everyone should feel incredibly proud to be a part of this special evening.”

I couldn’t agree more.

I invite you to support keeping our community beautiful by joining KTMB for a memorable summer dinner in Idlewild Park’s Sensory Garden.

Individual Tickets –  $100 per person, includes access to all “sensory” tents designed to engage your senses through locally-sourced libations, entertainment and dinner by Mark Estee. * Event is designed for guests 21+ years of age.

Table Sponsorships – $1,000 and includes eight seats at your private table, an advertisement in the event program, the opportunity to display your banner the evening of the event, your name/logo at your table and access to all “sensory” tents designed to engage your senses through locally-sourced libations, entertainment and dinner by Mark Estee. *Event is designed for guests 21+ years of age.

I highly recommend purchasing a table, ensuring you and yours will enjoy the exclusivity it affords and I’d suggest doing so ASAP. Last year, Raise the River launched as KTMB’s first “large-scale” fundraiser. The initial goal was to sell 350 tickets. By August 1, we had to cap ticket sales for the evening at 460! The event was a tremendous success and one you’ll want to add to your annual calendar. Tickets are available now at ktmb.org/raisetheriver/.

This event is made possible by the tremendous support of generous community sponsors: NV Energy, Dolan Auto Group, Wells Fargo, Moana Nursery, Whole Foods Market, NOW Foods, Nevada Mining Association, Davidson’s Organics, Great Basin, KTVN Channel 2, Seven Troughs Distilling Company and Tahoe Blue Vodka. And of course, Chef Mark Estee of Liberty Food & Wine and The Union (Carson City’s newest favorite on the restaurant scene).

Spin Games is proudly supporting by sponsoring one of our favorite local photographers, Tim Dunn, to once again capture the essence of the evening for all to enjoy.

Select sponsorships are still available and silent auction items are most welcome, all in honor of a great cause. Last summer, I secured the winning bid on an evening at local Distillery Seven Troughs Distillery. What a night! (Photo below.) Please don’t hesitate to contact me for additional details if you’d like to provide KTMB additional support, cstoever@sunshinetahoe.com.

Night at Seven Troughs Distilling Company with Friends, Silent Auction Item at 2017 Raise the River

 

 

 

 

Women of Achievement 2017

Published by Christina on May 1, 2017, in Charitable Giving, General, Recent Projects

The annual Salute to Women of Achievement luncheon is NWF’s signature event that honors women in the region for their professional, personal and community achievements. Honorees participate in a day of professional development activities and a recognition luncheon honoring them.

Nevada Women’s Fund Announces 2017 Salute to Women of Achievement Hall of Fame Honoree Norma Webster as the 2017 Nevada Women’s Fund Hall of Fame Honoree. Webster will be honored at the 2017 Salute to Women of Achievement Luncheon on May 25th at the Grand Sierra Resort.

Norma Webster

“Norma Webster’s appetite for community service is immense,” Isabelle Rodriguez-Wilson, President and CEO of the Nevada Women’s Fund said. “Her leadership has resulted in significant community programs serving thousands of residents and innovative programs that support women and girls globally. We are deeply grateful for her leadership and her support over the years and so very pleased to honor her in this way.”

Webster, who began her career by starting her own business, has since inspired organizations to develop needed and effective services not previously offered. Over the years, Webster has given freely of her time and talents to the Girl Scouts of Sierra Nevada and Sage Ridge School, among others. She has served on the boards of KNPB, the Community Foundation of Western Nevada and Soroptimist International of Truckee Meadows. Webster was also instrumental in creating the Community Foundation of Western Nevada’s first Youth Giving Circle.

“Norma recognizes that it is not just funding that will improve our society, but funding in combination with leadership and personal guidance,” nominator Chris Askin, President and CEO of the Community Foundation of Western Nevada said. “As a direct recipient of Norma’s support and leadership, we at the Foundation have seen firsthand how Norma truly exemplifies the spirit of this Hall of Fame award and we congratulate her on this honor.”

Spin Games is proud to honor A.J. Long, 2017 Woman of Achievement

AJ Long is the Lower and Middle School Director for Sage Ridge

A.J. Long

School, a nationally recognized college preparatory school nestled in the foothills of south Reno. AJ is dedicated to nurturing each and every child in grades 4 – 8, so that each student realizes his or her fullest potential. Hailing from Chicago, Illinois, AJ has a B.S. (H.D.F.S.) from Colorado State University and an M.A.T. from Sierra Nevada College. She began her career at Sage Ridge in 2000 as the 6th grade math and science teacher, then became the Middle School Algebra teacher before emerging as one of the school’s strongest leaders.

2017 Nevada Womens Fund

SIGN-UP NOW: Christmas Tree Recycling 2016 / 2017

Published by Christina on December 16, 2016, in Charitable Giving, General, Recent Projects

After the holiday rush, be a part of giving back to our community and environment by volunteering for one of Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful’s largest programs, Christmas Tree Recycling.

Ask a few friends, family and/or colleagues to join you for a few hours of truly unique camaraderie that can only be acquired by schlepping trees in chilly temperatures for the beautification of our community.

 HOLIDAYS FROM KTMB!
Volunteering for KTMB’s Christmas Tree Recycling is a fun and festive way to give back to your community this holiday season.
Each year KTMB recruits over 500 volunteers for this important community program that keeps thousands of trees out of the landfill. We still need many more volunteers. Sign up today.
Volunteers are needed to help unload and stack trees, and collect donations at our three main sites: Rancho San Rafael Park, Bartley Ranch Park and Shadow Mt. Sports Complex in Sparks.
The program runs every day from Dec 26 – Jan 16.  Drop off sites are open from 9am-4:30pm. There are two volunteer shifts per day – 9am-1pm and 1pm-5pm.
You can sign up by visiting ktmb.org/volunteer or calling (775) 851-5185.
KTMB’s Christmas Tree Recycling is sponsored by

Spin Games and Sunshine Tahoe Invite YOU to Raise the River

Published by Christina on June 29, 2016, in Charitable Giving, General, Recent Projects

KTMB Announces Inaugural Fundraiser

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Join Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful (KTMB) and Mark Estee Events for an evening of culinary delight in the Sensory Garden

  Guests will enjoy culinary delights by chef Mark Estee’s Mark Estee Events, local craft libations, entertainment, and sensory activities at the Sensory Garden in Idlewild Park, Reno on Thursday August 18, 2016.

Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful has been a voice for beautification through education and active community involvement for over 25 years. With the help and support of the City of Reno Parks and Recreation, KTMB broke ground on the Sensory Garden in 2012 turning it into a permanent fixture in Reno to teach children about local ecosystems, watersheds, and pollinators through their five sense.

“The community has really come together to make this an amazing, unique and local-focused event” said Christi Cakiroglu, KTMB Executive Director. “We are grateful for the support of our featured event sponsors Wells Fargo and Dolan Auto Group, who recognize the importance of a clean and beautiful community. This fundraiser will help us raise much needed funds to continue our beautification and education efforts in the Truckee Meadows”.

The event will have sensory stations that are themed for taste, touch, smell, sight and sound, and will feature unique activities by the five sensory sponsors Nevada Mining Association, Spin Games, Granite Construction, NV Energy, and Moana Nursery.

Tickets and tables are on sale now, and can be purchased at ktmb.org/raisetheriver.

 

Truckee’s 2015 Historical Haunted Tour Another Wicked Success

Published by Christina on September 20, 2015, in Charitable Giving, General, Recent Projects

The 2015 Historical Haunted Tour was another sell-out affair. Thank you for supporting Truckee’s most notorious fall event.

“Expect clandestine affairs, carousing, gun fights, and unforgettable stories,” shares original tour producer Christina Stoever-Young of Sunshine Tahoe.

Sunshine Tahoe partners with Trails & Vistas to support local arts education.  As a sponsor of the Truckee Haunted Historic Tour, Sunshine Tahoe will support Art in Nature field trips for 400 local students.

TRUCKEE, CA – Sunshine Tahoe is pleased to announce a partnership with local non-profit Trails & Vistas to sponsor the 2015 Truckee Haunted Historic Tour, the primary fundraiser for the Art in Nature field trips benefiting 400 local third-grade students.

The sixth annual Truckee Haunted Historic Tour will have attendees nervously shifting in their boots with its exploration of the town’s darker past on October 15 and 16, 2015. This sell-out event harkens back to days gone by when local law enforcement kept order on the streets – but just barely. Tickets and more information are available at www.truckeehistorytour.org.

The Truckee Haunted Historic Tour is the original production created by Sunshine Tahoe as an immersive experience to celebrate the town’s historic gems. Now produced by Trails & Vistas, it is the signature fundraiser for the organization, whose mission is to inspire community by celebrating the arts in nature.

The Art in Nature field trips foster creative interaction between the students and our natural environment through art. By offering projects in the arts, poetry, and environmental studies, the field trips celebrate the land and culture of the Sierra Nevada and instill a sense of community among the participants. The field trips take place at Sand Harbor State Park each fall.

“Working with Christina Stoever-Young has helped move our non-profit to the next level by improving the organization of our events, expanding our activities, and building an annual fundraiser. Christina is always there to lend an expert ear, challenging us to do better while cheering us on with her positive energy, advice, feedback,” Nancy Tieken Lopez, artistic director of Trails & Vistas said.

Sunshine Tahoe is a business designed to enhance partnerships, strengthen exposure, inspire creativity and captivate well intended efforts ripe for success. Sunshine Tahoe has supported Trails & Vistas for almost a decade and also served as the original producer and funder of the Truckee Haunted Historic Tour from 2009-2014.

Here’s How a Thank You Goes a Long Way

Published by Christina on September 24, 2014, in Career Advice, Case Studies, Charitable Giving, General

Would you like to be a gracious recipient of funds, support and camaraderie? Take a tip from Shannon Skarrit, Director of Membership & Outreach for the Tahoe Rim Trail Association.

After a great celebration at Coffeebar on Monday, Sept. 22 (see prior post) – I, along with a few others, received the following notes the following day:

Hello Everyone,

I can’t say THANK YOU enough for all of your help yesterday as we hosted the 33 Year Celebration event at Coffeebar. Working with you all made the event go so smooth, fun and successful! I’ve received some great emails from people who attended last night expressing their thanks for such a great event! I have YOU to thank! You all had great attitudes and came ready to pitch in and help wherever you were needed. Special events can often times be stressful, but I must say that yesterday I didn’t feel any stress because I knew I could count on each one of you. No matter the challenge, you stepped up to it! So, thank you for all you do and WHO you are!

I hope you all had a fun night as well and were able to catch up with old and new friends! I hope to see many of you at our Annual Meeting on October 8 where we’ll celebrate together again!

My deepest gratitude & thanks,

Shannon

Nevada 150 Official Event

Nevada 150 Official Event, Monday, September 22 @ 4:30 Coffeebar Reno

 

Greg & Christina,

Thank you again for a wonderful evening last night. Greg, your staff were delightful to work with and were such gracious hosts! We had over 60 of our top volunteers, donors and partners join us for this fun celebration and your venue was ideal for such an occasion.Thank you as well for the donated gift cards and coffee for our thank you bags!

And thank you Christina for helping us expand our presence in the Reno area! I think this event was perfect for our Reno donors, partners and sponsors-right in their neighborhood. I was blown away by the 60 people who came and enjoyed a fun evening with us who were also so enthusiastic about the TRTA. This event truly brought old and new friends/partners together. Thank you!

With gratitude,

Shannon

 

Coffeebar Supports the Tahoe Rim Trail Challenge

 

KOLO 8 News Now Took the Reigns for the Tahoe Rim Trail Challenge on Saturday, Aug. 23

Published by Christina on August 22, 2014, in Case Studies, Charitable Giving, General, Recent Projects

KOLO 8 NEWS NOW ON THE TAHOE RIM TRAIL

Where’s McLeod? Giveaway Day

Your favorite news team hits the trail with you!

The Tahoe Rim Trail Association’s next, Where’s McLeod? Giveaway Day” made headlines with KOLO 8 News Now!

Doug Tepe, KOLO Eight News Now and "Red" Petra Keller's Tahoe Rim Trail Token Horse

Reno’s regional news station has stepped up to this year’s challenge and enjoyed the trail with their news crew and Trail Challengers alike! On Saturday, Aug 23 KOLO 8 News Now was on the trail ready to catch Trail Challengers in action!

Those that found McLeod on the trail and received a cool Tahoe Rim Trail Trail Challenge tech hat from KOLO 8.

2014 TAHOE RIM TRAIL CHALLENGE
There’s still time to join the 2014 Tahoe Rim Trail Challenge. Participants have until December 31, 2014 to explore six pristine locations selected as part of the 2014 Tahoe Rim Trail Challenge. Upon registration, Trail Challenge members will receive direct access to 6 downloadable maps and hike descriptions as well as a one-year membership to the TRTA. Members will also receive a Tahoe Rim Trail Challenge tech T-shirt which will help spread awareness about the Tahoe Rim Trail. Tahoe Rim Trail Challenge membership is $55 for individuals, $85 for families. Discounted team rates are also available. Existing TRTA members can enroll for just $20. To begin the challenge and to register visit: www.tahoerimtrail.org.
The 2014 Tahoe Rim Trail Challenge is made possible from individual and corporate sponsorship support including: NV Energy, CA Technologies, REI, Desert Research Institute, KPS3, KOLO8 News Now, Wells Fargo, Hometown Health, Sunshine Tahoe, NC Communications, Squeeze In, Tahoe Trail Bar, Coffeebar, North American Embroidery, YESCO Outdoor Media, Spin Games and Tahoe Mountain Sports.

 

Historical Haunted Tour 2014, Truckee California

Published by Christina on February 14, 2014, in Charitable Giving, Recent Projects

Guests from near and far will take to the streets of Truckee, CA for the fifth adults-only Historical Haunted Tour on Thursday, October 16 and Friday, October 17, 2014.

During the walking tour, a creative fundraising event that celebrates local legends and history with highly entertaining and spooky twists, small groups of residents and visitors are guided to interesting sites where they will be immersed in engaging tales performed by talented characters. The tour skillfully weaves together dramatic, downright haunting and laugh-out-loud funny stories inspired by times of yore.

Event producer Christina Stoever-Young of Sunshine Tahoe attributes much of the Tour’s success to the incredible dedication of local business owners and managers and the world-class talent offered by all of the dedicated volunteers. The Tour began as a three-year experiment to celebrate Truckee’s historic gems and attract business to town during a historically quiet time while also raising funds for worthy causes. The event quickly became a sensation, selling out and attracting a waitlist list every year since inception.

2014 Highlights

  • Local businesses contribute to a treasure-packed raffle that celebrates unique work by Truckee-based artisans and travel packages featuring lodging, dining and specials from the event’s sponsors – The Truckee Hotel, Hampton Inn & Suites Truckee Tahoe and Moody’s Bistro.
  • People can secure a private tour with one of six exclusive VIP Tours ($1,000). The exclusive tours include wine, raffle tickets and a special guide for up to 16 people.
  • Event lodging partners are offering deals for those who book early, including The Truckee Hotel and Truckee’s Hampton Inn & Suites
  • The Tour’s profits will support Trails & Vistas’ youth-focused art hikes and operations.

Individual tickets will be sold for $40 on July 1 at TruckeeHistoryTour.com. To be among the first to know when tickets become available, register at st.sunshinetahoe.website.staging.kps3.com/contact.

Will you be among the lucky first to book an exclusive private tour for October 16 or 17, 2014?

Treat your clients, staff or family! Or bring together ten of your favorite people for $100 each for a fabulous night to remember in historic downtown Truckee. Everyone will receive a glass of wine or non alcoholic beverage at Moody’s Bistro, two raffle tickets each and an unforgettable night on the town while supporting arts in nature for third grade students.

Your private group will depart from Moody’s for a thrilling adventure through historic downtown Truckee. Along the way, entertainers will transport you to a bygone era of our celebrated railroad town. Expect spooky tales, tantalizing scandals and racy stories.

The Historical Haunted Tour has consistently sold-out. We hit an all time high in 2012 when the tour entertained 430 people and boasted a wait list of more than 100. We believe this year’s VIP experience will be no different. Secure your date and time while available. On Monday, Feb. 10, the general public will have the opportunity to book a VIP Tour. Every one attending the tour must be at least 21 years of age (IDs will be checked).

Sunshine Tahoe is now casting volunteers for Truckee’s 2014 Historic Haunted Tour.

The Tour will take place on Thursday, Oct. 16 and Friday, Oct. 17.

Casting Call

Looking for volunteer actors, performers and storytellers to bring Truckee’s vibrant past to life in the 2014 Historic Haunted Tour! If you can engage an audience and enjoy playing with people, if history and the arts are important to you and if you want to have a rip-roaring good and spooky time, this is a gig for you! Take advantage of this wonderful and outrageously fun opportunity to showcase your talents. Submit your resume (or a few words about yourself) plus a headshot with “HHTCasting” in the subject line to kira@catanzarocreations.com by Feb. 25. Include a brief statement about why the Tour needs you. Actors must be at least 21 years old.

Sponsorship Opportunities

As of February 5, 2014

  • Apply to be one of the five main Haunts – Applications are available by e-mail ($500 cash or in-kind sponsorship).
  • Underwrite amazing costumes, $250
  • Sponsor all of one school’s third grade classes for $300*
  • Underwrite two field trip art performers / artists, $600.
  • Underwrite co-branded flashlights for 450 attendees
  • Purchase one of six exclusive $1,000 VIP Tours
  • Contribute an item or basket valued at $100 or more for the on-site raffle
  • Provide thank you gift for the 100 outstanding volunteers that make the Tour possible (gift cards or dinner or post Tour celebration / volunteer appreciation night)
  • Customize your in-kind or cash sponsorship package with Sunshine Tahoe
  • Host Sponsor – Filled by Moody’s Bistro Bar & Beats!
  • Design – Filled by Atypical Design!

Sponsorship Benefits

Recognition on Tour web site and in marketing material including media releases plus the good feeling that comes from supporting local arts, culture and youth!

Funds raised through the Tour will provide Trails & Vistas signature youth art hikes for more than 300 third grade students from Truckee, North Lake and Incline Village as well as support Trails & Vistas operations.

 

 

A Hauntingly Good Time

Published by Christina on September 27, 2012, in Recent Projects

Join us for a night you won’t soon forget. Only a few tickets are still available, don’t miss out…

SPONSORS CONTRIBUTE TO SUCCESS OF HALLOWEEN-INSPIRED FUNDRAISING EVENT THAT BENEFITS TRUCKEE DONNER HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND TRAILS & VISTAS

Truckee, CA’s fourth annual Historical Haunted Tour offers an evening complete with entertaining storytelling, merriment and prize-packed raffle to raise funds for the Truckee Donner Historical Society and Trails & Vistas on Thursday, Oct. 18 and Friday, Oct. 19.

  • What:  Historical Haunted Tour
  • Where:  Moody’s Bistro Bar & Beats, 10007 Bridge Street, Truckee, CA 96161
  • When: 5 to 9 p.m. Oct. 18 and 19. Tours depart every 15 minutes, last approximately two hours
  • Tickets:  $35 at truckeehistorytour.com

“The Tour is such a success based on the generosity of our incredible sponsors and raffle donors and the tremendous contributions made by more than sixty talented volunteers,” shares Christina Stoever-Young of Sunshine Tahoe, the producer of Truckee’s annual sell out
fundraising event.

The Historical Haunted Tour features frightening tales with an entertaining twist and treats galore. Each attendee will receive a flashlight key chain thanks to the generosity of Mountain Home Center, and, everyone who completed a brief survey will receive a $10 Squeeze In coupon. In addition, tour attendees will enjoy a 10 percent discount off their dining bill at Moody’s (food only).

The adults-only tour features stops at many historic gems including Bespoke, Coffee Bar, downtown Mountain Home Center, MOBO Law, the Old Jail Museum, Scraps Dog Bakery and The Pour House.

“I dare you to join us as we embark on a haunted journey like no other,” invites Stoever-Young who mentioned that more than seventy percent of the tickets have already been purchased but it’s not too late to get in on the raffle. Raffle tickets will be available both evenings of the event at Moody’s Bistro Bar & Beats.

2012 Highlights
Visitors and residents alike are encouraged to help support the Historical Haunted Tour’s beneficiaries while vying for unique raffle prizes. The drawing will take place at 9:30 p.m. on Friday at Moody’s (winners do not have to be present to win). For just $5, raffle tickets offer an opportunity to support two nonprofit organizations and a chance to win extraordinary prizes.

  • A weekend at The Richardson House
  • Two nights at The River Street Inn
  • Two nights at The Truckee Hotel
  • Two night stay at the Hampton Inn
  • A vintage English flask compliments of Bespoke
  • Pampered Pooch package from Scraps
  • Dorinda’s Chocolates
  • A KidZone Children’s Museum Membership
  • “Early Morning” Squeeze In gift baskets
  • Walking tour for 6 with Tahoe historian Mark McLaughlin
  • A rustic walking stick and admission to Trails & Vistas 10th Anniversary Hike
  • Framed vintage photo from Truckee Donner Historical Society
  • $50 Burger Me gift coupon
  • Surprise Historical Haunted Tour Souvenirs

Treats for Children
The KidZone Children’s Museum in Truckee is offering a special hands-on Halloween science night including a pizza dinner for ages 5 and up from 5 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 18. The cost is $20 per child with a discounted cost of $15 for additional siblings for Tour attendees. Call (530) 587-5437 to reserve a place.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This year’s sponsors include The Richardson House, Spin Games, Sunshine Tahoe, Truckee Donner Historical Society, Moody’s Bistro Bar & Beats, Squeeze In and KidZone Children’s Museum. Media partners include Tahoe TV, Moonshine Ink, The Weekly, Sierra Sun and KTKE.

ABOUT TRUCKEE’S 2012 HISTROICAL HAUNTED TOUR
The 2012 Historical Haunted Tour, produced by Sunshine Tahoe, is a fundraiser for the Truckee Donner Historical Society and Trails & Vistas. Sponsorship, ticket sales and raffle revenue offer the two Truckee-based nonprofits operating revenue to continue their missions
for the community. The tour has raised more than $15,000 for the two nonprofits over the last three years. Admission is $35 per person and includes a complimentary glass of wine.

Tickets and more information are available at truckeehistorytour.com.