SAVING A TRADITION – THE SUTTER BUTTES CALENDAR
With the Covid-19 crises at hand, we are still more than ever trying to keep our commitment to protect the conservation lands in and around the Sutter Buttes, but like all businesses, we are feeling the impact of what the pandemic has caused. In order to keep our commitment, we are determined to continue with several of our traditional programs, such as the yearly SBRLT Calendar.
Each year the Sutter Buttes Regional Land Trusts holds a photography contest for professional and amateur photographers to submit photos of the Sutter Buttes and surrounding area to be featured in the calendar. The calendar has been produced for over 15 years and is a tradition that many folks in the area look forward to. The land trust relies on the proceeds from the sale of the calendar to help support its mission. We are reaching out to urge you to support our efforts to keep the calendar alive again this year and not let Covid-19 claim another victory.
With the Big Day of Giving happening on May 7th, we felt this was the perfect time to reach out and beseech you to give towards our victory to save the SBRLT Calendar. Any donation made between now and the end of day on May 7th will go directly to the Save The Calendar Fund. We appreciate any amount you can give towards our efforts and would like to offer a small token of our appreciation for certain amounts given.
- $50 and above received between now and May 7th will receive a custom engraved Sutter Buttes Spoon by LaserArt By Blueray Concepts
- $100 and above received between now and May 7th will receive the spoon plus the 2021 calendar
- $200 and above received between now and May 7th will receive the spoon, 2021 calendar, plus a small custom engraved Sutter Buttes cutting board
- Business sponsorship level of $300 will get your company logo or name on the month of your choice in the 2021 calendar, (3) complimentary calendars, logo or name recognition on all signage during the annual Photographer’s Reception, and links on our social media and website.
Let’s show how resilient our community is and save our calendar!