Colorado Whitewater's Fall Dinner and Annual Elections
Join your CW friends at this year's annual Fall Dinner! We have 14 year old Abby Holcombe, who can't wait to tell us what's it's like to live the whitewater life while traveling the country with her parents, a great prize drawing for our Cruise Leaders (you don't need to be present to win), and elections for the 2019 board of directors. Did we mention a delish Mexican dinner and beer from our sponsor, new Image Brewing?
Registration is now OPEN!
Monday, October 29, 2018
Time: 5:30 - 10:00 pm
5:30 - Doors Open; Cocktails/Socialize (BYOB)
6:00 - Mexican Dinner, vegetarian options available
7:15 - Announcements and Annual Elections
7:45 - Guest Speaker Abby Holcombe
8:30 - Socialize/Cleanup
American Mountaineering Center, 710 10th Street Golden, CO 80401
Catered by Bonfire Burritos
An assortment of soda will be provided, beer will be donated by New Image Brewing, wine will be donated by Winesellers, Ltd. You're welcome to bring your own beverage as well.
Members - $10
Non-members - $15
At the Door - $20 for both members and non-members
Online ticket sales will be available through October 26. A very limited number of tickets will be available at the door for $20 for members and non-members. It really helps with food planning to buy your tickets in advance. No promises of yummy food for you if you wait!
We will also be conducting our annual elections. If you're interested in serving on the CW Board of Directors, please contact Jessie Gunter. You can find descriptions of the board positions here.
Guest Speaker: Abby Holcombe
Imagine chasing whitewater full-time in a 170 sq. foot RV with your parents for 5 years? Come join 14 year old Abby Holcombe as she talks about her favorite rivers across the country including; Ottawa River, Kennebec River, and many more and how all these rivers and their communities have left her with important kayaking and life lessons that she will always carry with her and skills that have led her to bigger kayaking opportunities such as the remote Magpie River she paddled this summer.