Eleventh Annual Oyster Roast Dinner
April 21, 2018, 4 p.m. *SOLD OUT

This year we are headed up the road. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Bloxom, Sr. will hosts us at their home on White's Creek. The view is beautiful, the oysters are to die for, and your ticket includes dinner and an open bar. Will you be joining us?

The VES Land Trust invites you to its

Eleventh Annual Oyster Roast Dinner

A fundraiser celebrating 14,000 acres protected on Virginia’s Eastern Shore


Saturday, April 21, 2018

4:00 p.m.

Cedar Grove Farm

on White’s Creek near Parksley, Virginia


Hosted by: The Hon. and Mrs. Robert S. Bloxom, Sr. and the VES Land Trust Board of Directors


Roasted Oysters & Clams, Clam Chowder, Tenderloin of Beef, Wine from Chatham Vineyards, Open Bar

Tickets

$125/person

To reserve your tickets, call (757) 442-5885 or mail a check addressed to Virginia Eastern Shore Land Trust to P.O. Box 1114, Exmore, VA 23350.

Sponsorships

$5,000              20 Tickets ($2,500 donation)

                        “Benefactor” recognition on banner

$4,000              16 Tickets ($2,000 donation)                    

                        “Conservator” recognition on banner

$2,500              10 Tickets ($1,250 donation)

                        “Guardian” recognition on banner

$2,000              8 Tickets ($1000 donation)

                        “Steward” recognition on banner

$1,500              6 Tickets ($750 donation)

                        “Protector” recognition on banner

$1000               4 Tickets ($500 donation)

                        “Associate” recognition on banner

$500                 2 Tickets ($250 donation)

                        “Friend” recognition on banner

Raffle: Hand carved hollow cedar widgeon drake decoy by Cameron McIntyre

The winner will be drawn at the Virginia Eastern Shore Land Trust’s Eleventh Annual Oyster Roast Dinner on April 21, 2018. You do not have to be present to win. Raffle tickets are $20.00 each or three for $50.00.  Return ticket stubs and a check payable to VES Land Trust, P.O. Box 1114, Exmore, VA 23350.


Cameron McIntyre works exclusively with hand tools in the manner of the great decoy makers of the 19th and early 20th centuries. His passion for old decoys and 20 years of experience has given him special insight into the construction and painting techniques of the old masters. Cameron has incorporated this knowledge of methods and materials along with his own personal feeling for sculptural form, color, and patina to create his unique modern classics.


He is inspired by the environment surrounding his farm on the Eastern Shore where he lives and works. A dedicated conservationist, Cameron and his wife, Adele, placed their farm in a permanent conservation easement in 2006 through the Virginia Eastern Shore Land Trust where Cameron serves as a board member.