VCC Celebrates 25 Years
- Posted Monday, 10th, 2015 By: VCC Category: VCC Programs The tags: Maddie MacNeil, Shenandoah Valley, Valley Conservation Council, White House Farm
What do you have when you mix family and friends, live music, an auction of original artwork* and overnight packages from historic inns and hotels, lots of good food and drink, exhibits and farm tours, and an opportunity to support a great conservation nonprofit?
VCC’s Silver Anniversary and 25th Annual Membership Meeting!
The Date: September 13, 2015
The place: White House Farm in Page County just outside Luray, VA.
The time: 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm (with auction from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm, meeting at 4:00 pm, and picnic supper from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm)
The cost: $40 per person (payable in advance)
The music: Hound Dog Hill Band and Folk Singer/Dulcimer Player Maddie MacNeil
Founded in 1990, the Valley Conservation Council is a member-supported conservation nonprofit that serves an 11-county region in the western portion of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Its mission is focused on the protection of the rich natural resources, cultural heritage, and agricultural vitality of America’s legendary Shenandoah Valley.
Please join our celebration. Call or write for your tickets!
*Thanks to the generosity of numerous artists living and working in the Great Valley, we are able to offer spectacular pieces of art to our members and guests during the Silent Auction portion of VCC’s Silver Anniversary Celebration and 25th Annual Membership Meeting in September 2015. You may find out more information about the artists here. VCC is proud to partner with these talented individuals whose perspectives on the Valley’s rich agricultural, cultural, and natural resources are enduring, inspiring, and enlightening.