Harvest Moon Dinner and Auction on October 10, 2015 at Water’s Edge Events Center
[Bel Air, MD] August 4, 2015 – The Harford Land Trust (HLT), an organization that helps protect farms, forests and community parks in Harford County, will host its fourth annual Harvest Moon Dinner and Auction on October 10, 2015 at Water’s Edge Events Center in Belcamp, Maryland. Funds raised will be used to further the mission of the HLT and aid in the perpetuity of Harford County’s diverse and productive landscapes for future generations to enjoy.
“The annual event brings together community members who love the land and natural resources of Harford County,” says Harvest Moon Dinner and Auction Chair Ann Helton. “We all are enthusiastically behind the record of achievement of the Harford Land Trust, now in its 27 year. This organization is something to celebrate!”
The Harvest Moon Dinner and Auction will begin at 6:00 p.m. with a cocktail hour, music, silent auction and end with a live auction presented by Harford County native and award-winning auctioneer Lynne Zink. Donations of goods and services for the evening’s auctions are still being accepted. “Not only does this event raise funds to support the work of the HLT, it is known for its outstanding live and silent auction items. We have the best selection of vacations, outdoor equipment, local art work and professional services,” says Helton. Items already secured for the silent and live auctions include landscape design services, club-level Ravens tickets, hand-crafted furniture, unique paintings, a Moroccan feast and more.
This year, the HLT has selected Dr. Dennis Kirkwood, past HLT board vice president and secretary and long-time Harford County educator, to serve as honorary chair of the event. According Helton, Dr. Kirkwood, a long-time supporter of the HLT and nature enthusiast, truly embodies the organization’s mission.
Tickets to the Harvest Moon Dinner and Auction are $100 per person and include dinner, wine, beer and entertainment. To purchase tickets to the Harvest Moon Dinner and Auction, please RSVP by September 26, at www.harfordlandtrust.org. To donate auction items or become an event sponsor, please send an email to email@example.com.
The event is sponsored in part by Ann and Art Helton, Lassen, Marine & Webster, Mid-Atlantic Farm Credit, Harford Financial Group and APG Federal Credit Union.
About Harford Land Trust:
The Harford Land Trust is Harford County’s first and only county-wide land trust that helps protect farms, forests and community parks by providing technical and financial assistance to landowners who want to preserve their land. It is the mission of the organization to conserve land and protect the natural resources, scenic beauty, rural character, and a healthy way of life in Harford County, Maryland. The Harford Land Trust joins over 52 other land trusts protecting land throughout Maryland, and over 1500 other land trusts in the Land Trust Alliance. Utilizing the Land Trust Alliance’s standards and practices, a small proficient paid staff, a diverse board of directors, and capable volunteers, the Harford Land Trust carries out its mission.