Letters to the Editor
We are writing on behalf of the many beneficiaries of the The Underdog Foundation’s 2006 Park City Culinary, Wine and Ski Classic. This past weekend’s fabulous events could not have taken place without the hard work and dedication of Underdog’s Board, founders and event sponsors. They were supported by many community volunteers who organized five days of events to promote wine and culinary education and, mostly, to provide a wonderful opportunity to eat, drink and be generous!
Thank you to the vintners who shared their passion for wine and the chefs who gave of their time and talents. Thank you to the vintner dinner hosts who opened their lovely homes, and to the wonderful volunteer staffs and servers who worked at the soiree, the vintner dinners, and the masquerade ball and auction. Lastly, thank you to those who attended the events, providing support for the beneficiary organizations.
It was a very ambitious undertaking by the Underdog Foundation, one that we hope will continue to be appreciated and supported by our community. The 2006 Park City Culinary, Wine and Ski Classic will provide critical funding for underwriting youth programs in education, arts, advocacy and athletics throughout our community. It is incredibly gratifying to live, work and volunteer in a community that cares so much about our children and with people who come up with wonderful and creative ways to provide resources for Park City’s kids.
Thank you Underdog Foundation!
Park City Education Foundation
Youth Winter Sports Alliance
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