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Foods of the Delaware Highlands with Live and Silent Auctions

Foods of the Delaware Highlands with Live and Silent Auctions

 

UPPER DELAWARE REGION, PA and NY—Celebrate our unique Upper Delaware River region with the Delaware Highlands Conservancy’s Foods of the Delaware Highlands dinner on Friday, June 3, 2022, outdoors at The Settlers Inn in Hawley, PA. Foods of the Delaware Highlands is the Conservancy’s primary benefit event in 2022 and tickets are available for purchase now on DelawareHighlands.org.

 

The evening begins with cocktails riverside in Grant’s Woods followed by a creative, collaborative dinner prepared by three of our region’s finest chefs: Executive Chefs Travis Lugo and Kate Woehrle, Settlers Inn and Josh Tomson, The Lodge at Woodloch—featuring seasonal ingredients from local farms. A live auction and raffle cap the celebration during dessert. Event tickets are $150 per person, which includes a $75 charitable gift to the Conservancy.

 

The Conservancy’s Foods of the Delaware Highlands Dinner Committee includes Jeanne Genzlinger, Co-Chair; Nancy Kiesendahl Bloch, Co-Chair, Cyndee Cann, Barbara Cuffe, Stephen Geldman, Heather Genzlinger, Marta Hallett, Karen Lutz, and Mary Sue Sweeney Price.

 

An online silent auction will launch two weeks prior to the event and offer exciting selections including fun and unique activities, art, and more highlighting the beauty and bounty of the Upper Delaware. A brief live auction will include a guided float trip on the Delaware River with a homemade gourmet lunch and relaxing getaways at local lodgings. Visit www.DelawareHighlands.org in May to view the full slate of auction items and begin placing bids in the silent auction.

 

Sincere thanks to generous dinner sponsors: The Ahern Family, A.M.Skier, James Asselstine and Bette Davis, Michael and Cynthia Cann, Barbara and Gerard Cuffe, The Dime Bank, Nora Eisenberg and Jim Halper, Grant and Jeanne Genzlinger, Tom and Jen Hauber, Doug and Kate Hayes, Nancy Kiesendahl Bloch, Karen and Charles Lutz, Pioneer Construction Company, Mary Sue Price, Jeff Rosalsky and Gail Shuttleworth, Brian and Michelle Trosper, Scott and Beth VanGorder, and Ingrid Warshaw.

 

Opportunities to support the Delaware Highlands Conservancy as a sponsor are available. The $5,000 Event Sponsor level includes 10 tickets to the event and a full page with premier placement in the evening’s program. The Table Sponsor for $2,500 includes 8 tickets to the dinner and a full page in the program. The Riverside Feast Sponsor level for $1,500 includes 6 tickets to the dinner and a half-page in the program; the Libations Sponsor level for $1,000 includes 4 tickets to the dinner and a quarter-page in the program; and the Entertainment Sponsor level for $500 includes 2 tickets to the dinner and recognition in the program. For those unable to attend, the $250 Friend level also includes recognition in the program. Sponsorships are a charitable contribution to the Conservancy less $75 per person attending the dinner.

 

The nonprofit Delaware Highlands Conservancy works in partnership with landowners and communities of the Upper Delaware River region to conserve our natural heritage and quality of life. Founded in 1994, the nationally accredited Conservancy has conserved more than 18,000 acres of clean waters, working farms and forests, and wildlife habitat to date.

 

Reserve your seat or sponsor Foods of the Delaware Highlands by visiting www.DelawareHighlands.org or by contacting the Conservancy at 570-226-3164 or 845-583-1010.

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