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Only about a day or so left if you want to take part in the “Boots Up for Charity” fundraiser that will be benefiting both the Chelan Valley Housing Trust and the Lake Chelan Rotary. It's set for Saturday September 30th at the Larc Hill Vineyard Ranch on 97-A, but the need to get final numbers of attendees to the caterers this week. Housing Trust Executive Director Scott Meyers explains what the Housing Trust's share of the funds raised will go towards:

Meyers says the City of Chelan has been a great partner in putting things together, but it's going to take many more partners to make it happen. Meyers says that was the main takeaway from a town hall at the Manson Grange last week:

One thing the housing trust needs – besides money – is people to raise the money, something Meyers says he knows is tough to find:

But first thing is the fundraiser next Saturday the 30th at Larc Hill. Meyers says there aren't many tickets left, but go to chelanvalleyhousing-dot-org or call 509-508-1183 today so they can get numbers to the caterers and such; tomorrow's the deadline.

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