The Kingston Land Trust Invited to Participate in the 89th Annual George Washington Dinner at the Old Dutch Church in February.

The Old Dutch Church - Kingston, NY

The Kingston Land Trust is pleased to participate and to celebrate the 89th Annual George Washington Dinner on Wednesday, February 29th 2012.

“The Celebration of Service and Community” will highlight several Not-For-Profits in Kingston who provide an important service and who have collaborated with the Old Dutch Church in recent past.

The Kingston Land Trust will provide a short presentation of their work with the Mt. Zion African-American Burial Ground Rededication. Others scheduled to participate is the O+ Festival presenting cutting edge music and the Queens Galley to cater this special event for guests. Special thanks to Elder Rob Sweeney for being as hip as he is heart.

 

First in War- First in Peace- First in the Hearts of his Countrymen

Please join us on

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

As we celebrate

His Excellency George Washington’s

280th Birthday

 Take your place at the table for one of Kingston’s finest traditions

The 89th Annual

George Washington Dinner.

Beginning at 6:30 PM in Bethany Hall of

The Old Dutch Church, Kingston.

The program for the evening will be

A Celebration of Service and Community

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 I would like to purchase_________ dinner tickets @ $30.00 each.

I would like the following name(s) to be listed in the Patrons List @5.00each:

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I regret I will not be able to attend, please accept my donation to the Old Dutch Restoration Fund in the

amount of $_____________.

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Please make checks payable to: “Old Dutch Church”

Tickets must be purchased in advance and will be held at the door.

Please send your reservations and payments before February 22nd.

Old Dutch Church, PO Box 3006, Kingston, New York 12402

“Hath not old custom made this life more sweet”

William Shakespeare

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