Friday, March 16, 2007

Treehugger's Ball 2: The Splintering

Alright folks! It's that time again!

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Wild Virginia
The Living Education Center for Ecology and the Arts

cordially invite you to celebrate
Thomas Jefferson's 264th Birthday at the

2nd Annual
Treehuggers Ball

Friday, April 13, 2007 7-11pm Old Michie Building 609 E. Market St.

Music will be provided by Wrinkle Neck Mules and Corn Hog Association.

Raffle Tickets are available to win a $1000, 32" Plasma Flat Screen TV from Crutchfield. In addition, there will be a silent auction, a "Chocolate Buffet," massages, tarot readings, face painting, cash bar and family fun and frivolities. Admission is $15 and $7 for students and children.

The event is designed to raise funds and draw attention to the work of LEC, a private alternative high school and Wild Virginia, protecting your favorite wild places in the George Washington National Forest. Together we share our missions of forest and watershed protection, environmental awareness, and love of nature.

The Old Michie Building is located at 609 East Market Street in Downtown Charlottesville. To learn more about what we do, please visit our websites and For more information about the Treehugger's Ball tickets and donations, contact Cynthia Hurst of Wild Virginia at 540-456-6758 or Ernie Reed of LEC at 434-971-1647.

Sincere thanks to our Corporate Sponsors:
Lithic Construction , Nature Neutral Green Building Supply and Crutchfield.

See you there!

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Last year's was a lot of fun. I hope the poor choice in scheduling doesn't hurt their turn out this year. (Two days before Tax Day! What are they thinking?) I should be there. That chocolate fountain is the devil winning. Its power over me is too mighty to resist.

So come on out and give my little high school some money. Please?


Blogger Cory Capron said...

For the sequel joke title I first thought I'd do a play on 2 Fast 2 Furious. But... well... yeah...

12:04 AM  
Anonymous austen said...

Fun fact: the newest member of Red Inked, Webb, is a member of the Corn Hog Association.

12:07 AM  
Blogger Cory Capron said...


12:45 AM  

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