I just got this email from the Stephen Huneck Galler at Dog Mountain and wanted to share the information about the upcoming
from July 12-14.
Find out more about this in the email below.
Greetings from Dog Mountain!
Email was sent on Thursday, June 27th
Hi there! My name is Jill Brown, and I had the privilege of being Gwen’s personal assistant for the past three years. I want to let all of our Dog Mountain supporters know that Gwen’s brother, Jon Ide, has appointed me as the General Manager for the Stephen Huneck Gallery on Dog Mountain.
Amanda McDermott, our Creative Director and the woman who has given Gwen’s puppy, Sally, a home, and I are just overwhelmed by how many of you have sent us your prayers and condolences during this time of heartache. Amanda and I have been with Dog Mountain for almost 10 years and this place means the world to us.
We miss Gwen terribly and it’s been a comfort to hear of all of your encouragement and gratitude as we move forward. We truly believe that it takes a village to accomplish a task as big as Dog Mountain, and we are asking for your help. We want everyone who loves Dog Mountain to feel like they are a part of this transition.
We are looking for volunteers who are willing to roll up their sleeves and put in a few hours of tough love. We have lots of jobs for all skill levels, and all are welcome!
Here’s a heads-up on some of the projects that we have on the list:
We also want you to know that if you can’t make it our Labor of Love party, but still want to contribute, please feel free to contact any of the local businesses below and make a gift certificate donation in Dog Mountain’s name. Gift certificates will be used for material purchases for the party weekend. A special “Labor of Love” bumper sticker will be given to everyone who volunteers or donates.
For fence repairs, trail bridges, agility course upgrades: