Do-It-Yourself Trip to Alaska! with Tony Stifter & Chris Niskanen
The 2016 Kiap-TU-Wish Holiday Conservation Banquet has scored a MAJOR coup: Past-President Tony Stifter & former Pioneer Press Outdoor Writer Chris Niskanen are happy to present this year’s program, the topic of which will be “Do-It-Yourself Trip to Alaska!”
When & Where:
Date: Thursday, December 8, 2016
Time: Doors will open at 5:30 PM
Place: The Lake Elmo Inn Event Center | 3712 Layton Ave North | Lake Elmo, MN
Cost: $49.00 per person
For the very first time, Kiap-TU-Wish will accept cash, check, or VISA/MC credit or debit cards!!! (Pay at the door.)
Your choice of three entrées is as follows.
1. Top Sirloin: 10 oz. choice steer with sauteed mushrooms
2. Salmon Ravida: Fresh herbs and shallots top this filet with Rivada Estates extra-virgin olive oil
3. Chicken Calvadoes: Sauteed chicken breast topped with sliced apples, and mushrooms in an apple brandy cream sauce
All entrees include a plated salad, wild rice, vegetable medley,rolls, butter, and coffee. A full bar service will be available for your beverage needs. As part of our ongoing conservation efforts, a fabulous array of cookies — made by Kiap-TU-Wish members — will be offered for purchase.
Due to the event center’s space capacity of 110 people, you need to register as soon as possible. Walk-ins are discouraged as we will feel bad if we turn you away – AND – your entrée choice will be limited!
You have three options for registering:
• Phone Lunds Fly Shop @ 715-425-2415
• Phone the Michael Alwin residence @ 651-739-3150
• Online @ 2016kiaptuwishbanquet.splashthat.com
Deadline to register is at 5:00 PM Monday, December 5th!!
Silent Auction Donations:
We LOVE the silent auction! We anticipate your donations of books, art work, crafts, gently-used tackle, fly-tying materials & tools, jewelry . . . AND other items of interest! You may drop-off your donations at Mend Provisions in Minneapolis, Bob Mitchell’s Fly Shop in St. Paul, or Lund’s Fly Shop in River Falls. We have already procured a number of trips, fine tackle, and gift items that should excite you.
Why We Need You:
Why does Kiap-TU-Wish do this? The function of the Holiday Conservation Banquet is to raise money for our conservation projects. Projects on the Kinnickinnic, Pine, and Trimbelle have added thousands of feet of rehabilitated streams in the last few years. YOUR participation in the banquet and silent auction contribute greatly to those efforts!
So register now, and plan on a lovely evening in Lake Elmo on December 8th!