The 26th annual TuCARE Dinner and Auction take place Saturday March 14th at the Sonora Elks Lodge.
TuCare Executive Director Melinda Fleming, was Thursday’s KVML “Newsmaker of the Day”.
The special guest speaker is Dan Daggett, an environmentalist and a conservationist who will talk about “Rediscovering Our Importance to Nature”.
Daggett admits to having come full circle in his beliefs. He says that environmentalism is caught up in politics and he wants the public to see results rather than regulations.
TuCare stands for Tuolumne County Alliance for Resources and Environment, Inc. It was established to enlighten and advise the public on conservation and the wise use of our natural resources.
TuCare is involved in issues related to public and private lands usage which TuCARE feels is essential for a vital and functioning local, and state economy.
The annual TuCare Dinner and Auction, which is always open to the general public. The dinner will begin at 6:30pm, with cocktails (social hour) starting at 5:00pm. The dinner includes chicken and tri-tip. Tickets are $36 per person through Saturday February 14th. Afterwards, the tickets will go up to $40 and then $50 after February 28th.
Proceeds from the event will benefit TuCare’s programs including “Tours For Kids”. Those are educational programs for school children, which at times, includes hands-on field trips.
Contact TuCARE at 209-586-7816 for tickets or email email@example.com
A non-profit organization, all of the TuCare programs come from donations, memberships and grants.
The “Newsmaker of the Day” can be heard each weekday morning at 6:45, 7:45 and 8:45 on AM-1450 KVML.