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Lake County Land Trust to host annual dinner Oct. 11

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – The Lake County Land Trust is preparing for its annual dinner, to be held on Saturday, Oct. 11, in Upper Lake.

The dinner will be held at the Lodge at Blue Lakes with an earlier start time of 3 p.m.

Special guest speaker will be Congressman Mike Thompson.

Guests are being encouraged to attend the dinner, spend the night and enjoy a lovely Sunday on Blue Lakes.

Those coming to the dinner also are encouraged to come even earlier than 3 p.m. to relax on the deck, enjoy a glass of wine, and take in the beautiful views of Blue Lakes and the surrounding hillsides.

Ticket price is $70 per person and includes wine.

Maryann and Peter Schmid, the lodge's owners, will donate 10 percent of the proceeds from room rentals to the Land Trust and also will be providing a light continental breakfast to those staying over.

Invitations to the dinner will be sent to Lake County Land Trust members, but the public also is welcome to attend this fun event.

Room reservations may be made by calling the Lodge at Blue Lakes at 707-275-2181. Dinner reservations can be made by calling 707-262-0707.

Payment can be taken by credit card, or mail your check to The Lake County Land Trust, PO Box 711, Lower Lake, CA 95457.

The Lake County Land Trust is a private, nonprofit local organization dedicated to preservation of wildlife habitat, including wetlands, forests, and properties with unique scenic, cultural and agricultural value.

For information about the Land Trust, go to www.lakecountylandtrust.org or call 707-262-0707.

 

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