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The Rubicon Trail Foundation would like to thank everyone that came out to support the sixth annual Black Tie & Boots Dinner/Fundraiser honoring an incredible man, Steve Morris “The Man, The Myth, the Legend” with the prestigious “Rock Award” and raising money “to enhance the future health and use of the Rubicon Trail, while ensuring responsible motorized year-round trail access.”
We would like to extend a huge thank you to the 240 guests, some of whom sponsored and bid on some fabulous auction items. The Rubicon Trail Foundation raised $32,846 to continue to do great work in education, help fight efforts to close or restrict use of the Rubicon Trail system, feed volunteers, and support the work of Friends of the Rubicon and local government organizations. Two generous donations that RTF received above and beyond auction bids or sponsorship were $2,000 from the Auburn Jeep Club and $2,000 from Dan and Kelly DeWolf. Thank you for all of your support.
This event would not be a success without the many sponsors and auction donors.
The Rubicon Trail Foundation is federally recognized, non-profit organization dedicated to the future health of the Rubicon Trail. The Rubicon Trail Foundation acts as the support for Rubicon work projects, Friends of the Rubicon, and as a liaison with local government organizations. This support can range from getting approval for projects from the appropriate agencies, to feeding the volunteers, to buying the supplies needed to maintain the trail. We also fight the efforts of others to close or restrict use of the Rubicon Trail system. All funds raised help to enhance the future health of the Rubicon Trail, while ensuring responsible motorized year-round access.
Our officers and directors represent a wide variety of Rubicon Trail users and supporters. These include trail users, land owners, county representatives, manufacturers, and Rubicon event organizers. For more information on getting involved or supporting the Rubicon Trail Foundation please call us at 888-678-2426 or visit our Website at rubicontrail.org.
Secretary & Event Planner, Rubicon Trail Foundation