The Crooked Trails crew was joined by a diverse group of friends, travelers, partners and supporters for a fun and festive evening on April 26th at the Museum of History and Industry, for what proved to be a fantastic night of celebration.
Guests were treated to a culinary tour of the world via the amazing appetizers created by acclaimed chef Erik Canella and Adrianne Dow Young of E C Catering. Wonderful libations provided by PengWine, Pike Brewing and BigTime Brewing were the perfect complement. Pura Vida Coffee and Seattle Tea Cup’s herbal teas rounded it all out.
A presentation highlighting Crooked Trails’ work preceeded the live auction, featuring firsthand accounts of the CT experience from travelers Stefan Ahrensdorf and Julia Moss, as well as our Maasai partner from Kenya, Kakuta Ole Maimai.
Powering the whole event was a stellar group of CT volunteers, who made every aspect of the evening turn out beautifully.
We are deeply grateful to everyone who had a hand in the success of this event, and in doing so, has invested their time and energy into our vision. We want to offer our thanks to the wonderful individuals and businesses who donated goods and services for the fundraiser, to our honored guests for coming out to support us and of course, all the volunteers who helped out, both leading up to the event as well as the night of.
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