TREEFOLKS PROUDLY PRESENTS
The 2015 Root Ball Gala
An evening beneath the trees of the lovely, organic Springdale Farm for cocktails, music, a live auction, and dinner featuring local, seasonal ingredients.
APRIL 30, 2015
Reception 6:00 p.m.
Dinner 7:00 p.m.
755 Springdale Road
Austin, Texas 78702
JOIN US AS WE HONOR
Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt
Former Austin Mayor Lee Leffingwell
FOR THEIR COMMITMENT TO THE PRESERVATION AND DEFENSE OF THE ENVIRONMENT OF AUSTIN AND CENTRAL TEXAS
Bastrop County Commissioners Court
FOR THEIR INSTRUMENTAL ROLES IN THE PLANTING OF ONE MILLION TREES IN CENTRAL TEXAS AND THE REFORESTATION OF THE LOST PINES
The Honorable Mayor Steve Adler
TO CELEBRATE HIS DEDICATION TO AUSTIN’S ENVIRONMENTAL FUTURE
$5,000 – $2,500 – $1,000 – $500
INDIVIDUAL TICKETS TO BE AVAILABLE ON APRIL 6, 2015 PENDING AVAILABILITY
CLICK HERE TO MAKE A RESERVATION ONLINE
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT SUSAN AT (512)542-9744 OR SUSAN@SUSANHARRY.COM
Over the last 25 years, TreeFolks has planted and helped care for trees in Central Texas schools, parks, in medians, right of ways, community gardens, greenbelts and on private lands in fire ravaged Bastrop County.
These trees preserve the Central Texas environment by cooling the air, cleaning and preserving our precious water, sheltering us from the hot Texas sun, and by providing a shaded sense of place that fosters a healthy, connected community.
We invite you to join us in celebrating our ONE MILLIONTH TREE, supporting us as we work towards our second millionth tree in 2016 (we sure can!), in creating a healthier environment, and enhancingthe quality of life for all people in Central Texas!