2018 Summit Raffle & Silent Auction
All proceeds go to the Scott Varner Scholarship Fund
which allows us to give scholarships to college students.
We need to be sure that future generations continue the work we are doing here!
Tickets are 6 for $5 or 12 for $10.
Donated by: New Mexico Urban Forest Council (value $22.95)
National Audubon Society Field Guide to Trees Western Region North America
Donated by: City of Santa Fe (value $25 each)
(2) Water Conservation Kits
One includes a large travel mug and one includes a water bottle. Both are insulated and will keep beverages hot or cold for several hours.
Donated by: Flying Star Cafe (value $30)
We’ve always loved food – good food, that is.
Back in 1987 we needed a place to go. A place to drink good coffee and watch the world go by. A place where good food was homemade and where the desserts were fresh. We decided to buy and renovate a derelict building on old Route 66 in Nob Hill. Along the way we started a scratch bakery, cooked a lot of good food, learned to roast coffee beans and got so busy that we had to build more cafes. Today, despite a few more locations, a name change, and 350 more employees, we are still a small, local company that serves up community from scratch every day.
Check out their menu at: http://www.flyingstarcafe.com/menu/
Donated by: New Mexico Urban Forest Council (value $34.95)
Best Plants for New Mexico Gardens and Landscapes: Keyed to Cities and Regions in New Mexico and Adjacent Areas, Revised and Expanded Edition (Paperback)
For info about this book check out Bookworks website: http://www.bkwrks.com/baker-morrow
Donated by: Marian Wrage (value $90.87)
Keurig® K55 Coffee Maker
Keurig® Hot Brewer
· Brews in under a minute
· Brews 6 oz., 8 oz., and 10 oz. sizes
· 13.0"H x 9.8"W x 13.3"D
Silent Auction Items
Credit cards will be accepted for anything over $50.
Donated by: Bookworks (value $164.78)
Stack-O-Books (8 of them!)
The Secrete Life of Cows, by Rosamund Young
Splinterlands, by John Feffer
Wicked River, by Jenny Milchman
The Last Cowboys: A Pioneer Family in the New West, by John Branch
Disappointment River: Finding and Losing the Northwest Passage, by Brian Castner
Come West and See: Stories, by Maxim Loskuoff
Donated by: WaterWise Landscapes Incorporated (value $200)
2 Complimentary Hours of Landscape Consultation
WaterWise Landscapes Incorporated designs, builds and maintains xeric landscapes for residences and businesses throughout Albuquerque and the central New Mexico region. Founded by Hunter Ten Broeck in March 1993, WaterWise Landscapes has always specialized in maintaining and using native New Mexican and other high desert, drought tolerant plants. Our landscape designs implement water conservation techniques, texture, color and grading striving to create functional and aesthetically pleasing environments that reflect both our clients’ personal tastes and New Mexico’s climate. Maintenance experience regularly contributes to refining our designs for installations. Hunter Ten Broeck, WaterWise Landscapes’ president, has over 20 years of experience in plants and landscaping for the desert southwest.
See Waterwise Landscape here.
Donated by: About Listening (value $1500)
1/2 Day Conflict Resolution Session
We work on conflict resolution through consensus building, serving organizations, groups, and families confronting complex issues, involving multiple agendas, and seeking lasting, win/win solutions. Our approach begins with seeking to understand the root causes of conflict, identifying all the individuals involved, and bringing them together in a collaborative process of visioning, trust building, and negotiation that empowers all parties to the conflict and ensures that all voices are heard and all interests are recognized and taken into account in the final decision.
See more about About Listening here.