Kudos to Bella Nota supporters | TheUnion.com

Kudos to Bella Nota supporters

Karen Newell Young
of Hospitality House Board of Directors

Hospitality House, Nevada County’s emergency shelter for the homeless, would like to thank the scores of volunteers and donors who helped make its recent Bella Nota fundraiser such a huge success. The event was held Aug. 22 at Empire Mine State Park.

Along with the many generous donors who contributed to a new Adopt-a-Night program in which supporters signed up to sponsor individual shelter nights, attendees participated in both live and silent auctions of wine and fine art.

Hospitality House wishes to thank the Bella Nota Ensemble; Julie Holmes, the Indian Springs Tasting Room general manager who has co-sponsored the event for the last four years; Jerianne Van Dijk, the KVMR broadcaster who served as emcee of the event; Jay Cooper, auctioneer; the scores of local artists who donated their works to the art auction; and the many volunteers who helped make Bella Nota such a success.

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