Junction Educational Foundation (JEF) has announced they will host the Moonlight Harvest Festival at the beautiful Gover Ranch in Anderson, California.
The 21+ event will take place on September 15, 2017, from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m., and the public is encouraged to attend. Tickets cost $35 each and include admission, a Tri-tip and barrel roasted chicken dinner courtesy of the Palo Cedro Lions Club, and your first beverage. Delicious brews and wine will be provided by Wildcard Brewery, and Indian Peak Winery. Entertainment will feature live music by The Billies, dancing, games, raffles, and an auction featuring houseboat and resort get-a-ways, sportsman’s gear and activities, handmade arts and crafts, and much more. The event is being proclaimed as “a good old-fashioned Barn Party.” To purchase tickets, visit: www.moonlightharvestfestival.com
All funds raised by this event will support the students and staff of Junction Elementary School District in Palo Cedro. During the 2017-2018 school year, JEF will provide funding support for programs such as music and robotics, host drug and bully prevention
assemblies and enrichment events, provide grants to teachers for classroom supplies and activities, and fund scholarships for graduating students.
JEF would like to express appreciation for their many sponsors, which include Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Lithia Motors, Advanced Home Cinema and Sound, Reiner Slaughter McCartney & Frankel Law Offices, and others.
JEF also sincerely thanks those who have donated goods and services for the charity raffle and auction, including Silverthorn Resort, Tsasdi Resort, Spinner Fall Lodge, Wilcox Oaks Golf Club, Olde West Gun & Loan, and the many other local artists and businesses who have contributed.
Junction Educational Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity organization that was established more than a decade ago to provide fundraising support for Junction Elementary School District. It’s seven member Board of Directors consists of parents and staff of Junction. To learn more, visit JEF’s website at junctioneducationalfoundation.com, or email JunctionEF@gmail.com