Mix and Mingle at the KLT’s Annual Benefit

Let's gather for the KLT's annual benefit on 1/12 at the AnchorJoin us as we celebrate a successful season and look forward to exciting progress in 2015!

When: Monday, January 12, 7 – 9PM
Where: The Anchor, 744 Broadway

Come join the Kingston Land Trust’s board members, volunteers and supporters as we raise a glass from 7 – 9pm on Monday, January 12th at the Anchor (744 Broadway).

“Over the past several months, we’ve been so busy with our various projects that we’ve had to postpone our annual holiday mixer,” explains the Kingston Land Trust’s chairwoman, Andi Turco-Levin. “Now that the holidays are behind us, and during the relatively quiet winter season, we’re looking forward to gathering together to celebrate all that’s happened over the past year and preview what’s on our agenda for 2015,” continues Turco-Levin.

The Kingston Land Trust extends a special welcome to those who have contributed time, talents and resources over the past year, including all of the volunteers who pitched in on clean-ups and maintenance projects. “Our success depends on the willingness of our neighbors and friends to roll up their sleeves and pitch in,” explains Tim Weidemann, co-chair of the KLT’s Rail Trail Committee and an advisor to the Land Trust. “Our city has tremendous untapped potential, but to activate our historic, cultural and recreational resources takes a commitment from the whole community. The dedicated work of our volunteers over the past year is an encouraging indicator of what’s to come,” Weidemann adds.

All are welcome to attend the event, which begins at 7pm and continues until 9pm on Monday, January 12 at the Anchor (744 Broadway). A cash bar and full menu will be available. Donations to support the Kingston Land Trust’s ongoing work are appreciated, and a portion of the evening’s proceeds will be contributed by the Anchor to support the Kingston Land Trust.

Please RSVP via email to admin@kingstonlandtrust.org or online at http://kltgather.eventbrite.com.

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