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Date: September 2011

2011 PLAN Jeffco Annual Dinner with the County Commissioners

Don’t miss this year’s PLAN Jeffco Dinner with the Commissioners It’s a double header!

Two luminous guests, for the price of one!

Thursday, October 13th, 2011. 5:30pm with John Fielder! Lise Aangeenbrug!

Join us and John Fielder, world renowned landscape photographer, and Lise Aangeenbrug, Executive Director of Great Outdoors Colorado, for our annual dinner celebrating our part in preserving our open spaces. We will enjoy seeing some of Mr. Fielder’s latest photographs from locations in Jefferson County — as well as an advance peek at Mr. Fielder’s current project, "Mountains to Plains: Documenting 20 Years of Preservation," offering visual testimony to the accomplishments by Great Outdoors Colorado and its many partners to protect Colorado’s natural heritage. Ms. Aangeenbrug will introduce Mr. Fielder, and explain GoCo’s role in our shared mission to ensure our land and open spaces can be enjoyed by future generations.

Rub elbows with the Commissioners and other county officials.

Tom Hoby, the director of the Jefferson County Open Space Program, and the chair of the Open Space Advisory Committee will also be making brief remarks. This is your opportunity to informally connect with county officials!

Copies of John Fielder's previous works, both books and calendars, will be available for purchase — part of the proceeds to benefit PLAN Jeffco.

Make Your Reservations Now!

PLAN Jeffco's Annual Dinner with the County Commissioners

Thursday, October 13th. 5:30pm

Mount Vernon Country Club

24933 Club House Circle, Golden CO

For tickets, please send $40 per attendee to:

PLAN Jeffco Dinner

% Michelle Poolet

24395 Cody Park Road

Golden 80401

Or to pay online, go to our web page planjeffco.org/dinner to use PayPal or your creditcard.

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