Helfgott: Superstition Mountain Museum fundraiser a success

I would like to take a moment to thank those in the community who helped to make our recent wine tasting and auction fundraiser a success.

The Superstition Mountain Museum event was a good time had by all, and as a fundraiser, quite successful.  Next year, it’ll be even better, so keep an eye out.

More importantly, please show your appreciation to those local businesses who helped make this event the success that it was.  In no particular order:  Goldfield Ghost Town, Apache Trail Jeep Tours, Mammoth Saloon, Old West Iron Art, Barleens, Jewelry Menders, OK Corral, Total Wine, 4 Peaks Amethyst Mine, Apache Creek Golf, Ace Hardware, Handlebar Grill, Sue Sinclair Travel, Renaissance Fair, Olive Mill, AJI Sporting Goods, Chico’s, Los Gringos, Nizhone Spa, Skin Therapy, Three Phase Mechanical, AZ Commemorative AF Museum, AZ State Parks, AZ Tireman Services, Cowboys Up Steakhouse, Little Caesar’s and Tortilla Flats.

Special shout-out to our old friends from ApacheLand who made some of their books and other memorabilia available to us — Ron Nix, Hank Sheffer, Charlie LeSueur, Michael Dante, Don Collier and Bob Roloff, as well as Anne Coe and Rosemary Shearer.

Again, special thanks to these folks who donated items or services that were auctioned at our event.  Please make sure you support them as they support us and others of the AJ/GC community.  Thank you again for your help and support.

Art Helfgott
Fundraising committee
Superstition Mountain Museum

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