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  • Tom Higgins Shares His Recollections Of A Classic

    We selected the streak we did climb because a side view suggested it might not be as steep at the top as other lines we examined, but the view from underneath still shocked us so much we just stopped looking and thinking about what was up there.

Pinnacles Partnership Fundraising Drive

For distribution between November 30 and December 13, 2013
Contact: Rochelle Fischer, Executive Director
831-637-4879 or 831-524-2928
Rochelle@pinnaclespartnership.org

Pinnacles Partnership Fundraising Drive

Pinnacles Partnership, a 501c3 non-profit Friends Group supporting Pinnacles National Park, announces its annual fundraising drive. Donations through the Birdies for Charity program made between now and February 28 will be increased with a 20% match from the Monterey Peninsula Foundation. Donate during the month of December to help Pinnacles Partnership win a $1,000 bonus from the Monterey Peninsula Foundation. For more information and a link to Birdies for Charity, visit our website at www.PinnaclesPartnership.org.

After a quiet period, Pinnacles Partnership is again ready to support programs and projects at Pinnacles National Park. Funds raised during this fundraising drive will support education, resource stewardship, and enhanced visitor experiences at Pinnacles National Park. Some of the programs we currently fund include Camp Pinnacles for elementary school children, enhancements to the Condor Recovery Program, supplies for the Sister School and Sister Park programs, youth employment programs, events to help eradicate non-native plants, and the restoration of the Bear Valley School historic structure.

Pinnacles Partnership is a collaborative effort between area citizens and National Park Service staff. Birdies for Charity is a program coordinated by Monterey Peninsula Foundation to assist non-profits in raising money through the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.


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  • Tom Higgins Shares His Recollections Of A Classic

    We selected the streak we did climb because a side view suggested it might not be as steep at the top as other lines we examined, but the view from underneath still shocked us so much we just stopped looking and thinking about what was up there.

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