Join Us Oct. 29 for the Flame of Hope Gala!

Sep 25, 2008 | Archives, Blog

We hope you will join us at the Fund to celebrate 40 years of tribal colleges at the 13th annual 2008 American Indian College Fund Flame of Hope Gala. This event will take place at Gotham Hall in New York City on Wednesday, October 29 at 6 p.m. The event will raise funds for student scholarships and honor a longtime supporter.

Guests will be treated to special entertainment by singer Jakob Dylan and Native dance by The Red Hawk Dance Troupe. CBS Correspondent Hattie Kauffman will be the evening’s Mistress of Ceremonies.

We will also honor our special friends at Pendleton Woolen Mills, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary, for their longtime support of the Fund.

We hope to see you in New York! To purchase a table or if you are interested in sponsorship opportunities, please contact Lucia Novara at lnovara@collegefund.org or 303-430-5323.

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