June 6, 2012
Filed Under South Tahoe Art Scene
Soroptimist International of South Lake Tahoe is seeking an original poster design for its 20102 “An Evening of Food and Wine Tasting” fund raising event held in November.
In addition to exposure of your talents, you can also win $250 and 2 tickets to the event.
Contest runs until June 11, 2012.
An Evening of Food and Wine Tasting is one of South Shore’s premier community fund raising events. Sponsored by Soroptimist, all of the proceeds go directly back into the community through educational scholarships, youth activity sponsorships, the South Lake Tahoe Women’s Center and numerous other projects that enhance services and the quality of life in the community.
Art Contest Rules
- Submit original art piece – 11″ x 17″ – using the theme, “Tahoe and Wine Tasting”.
- The art becomes the property of Soroptimist Int’l of South Lake Tahoe.
- Art will be used to advertise the event.
- Winner will be announced in July 12, 2012.
Drop off entries at Elevate Wellness Center at 1113 Emerald Bay Rd. South Lake Tahoe, Mon-Friday between 10am-6pm. For questions, please contact email@example.com or call 530-541-9355.
About Soroptimist International of South Lake Tahoe
Soroptimist International of South Lake Tahoe was founded in 1958 and is an organization for business and professional women. The purpose of the Soroptimist organization is service, principally to its community, but also to society in general. Soroptimist International of South Lake Tahoe is especially dedicated to the advancement and enhancement of women, and the issues and concerns in women’s lives.Along with this goal, the club has a long-standing commitment to the youth of our community.
Well known for its annual fund raiser, “Best of Tahoe” food and wine tasting, Soroptimist International of South Lake Tahoe is also known for its community service, including substantial financial support of worthy community projects and programs including its community service grant program. The purpose of the grant is to provide a mechanism whereby limited club funds are channeled to those areas of most need.Special consideration is given to creative projects and programs that have potential for a lasting impact on the community and which benefit a large number of women and/or children.
Baby Vines by South Shore artist – Shelley Hocknell Zentner