Inaugural Contractors Association of Truckee Tahoe Political Action Committee Halloween Ball raised funds for High Fives |

Inaugural Contractors Association of Truckee Tahoe Political Action Committee Halloween Ball raised funds for High Fives

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TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. andamp;#8212; The Contractors Association of Truckee Tahoe Political Action Committee (CATTPAC) Black CATT Halloween Ball and Costume Contest achieved its goal and was deemed a success by PAC board members, who organized the Oct. 30 event, held at the Olympic Village Lodge in Squaw Valley. Approximately 300 people attended, most in costume. andamp;#8220;This was new territory for us,andamp;#8221; said PAC Chairman Mitch Clarin. andamp;#8220;In the past, the PAC held two hour fundraiser events during the week with less than 100 people, appetizers and political speeches. This was much different. Our goal to launch a new fundraiser succeeded and we were able to make a donation to our selected beneficiary, the High Fives Nonprofit Foundation. We are now looking ahead at the 2nd Annual Halloween Ball and Costume Contest.andamp;#8221;PAC Event Chairman Peter Greenberger added: andamp;#8220;Our donors and volunteers deserve a lot of credit for the planning and hard work before, during and after the Ball. Big thanks to Title Sponsor Trex, a recycled wood products manufacturer, and to DHC Supplies, a regional source for tools and building supplies. Also, Pell Plumbing andamp; Son of Tahoe City sponsored the Costume Contest, where the winner won the grand prize of $500.andamp;#8220;Other donors who helped with this event are: Aegis Insurance Markets, Blue Coyote Bar andamp; Grill, Crux Rentals, DJ Silver Boombox Thief, EventMasters, FiftyFifty Brewery, Full Belly Deli, Moonshine Ink, Rexel Electrical and Datacomm Supplies, Scottandamp;#8217;s Carpet Cleaning, SmallPond Studio, Sugar Bowl Ski Area, Totally Board, The Real Graphic Source, TNT Materials, Truckee Tahoe Radio and Wandamp;T Graphix. Last but not least, Squaw Valley Ski Corp. was very generous in their support and we could not have done this without them.andamp;#8221;Call Pat Davison for CATTPAC or 2011 Black CATT Halloween Ball and Costume Contest information at 530-550-9999.

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