Anyone wanting to catch the Denver Broncos regular-season finale on Jan.1 against the Oakland Raiders -- and at the same time support an organization that's developing emerging leaders who are committed to the future of Colorado's agricultural and rural communities -- can do so by bidding on game tickets at this link.
All proceeds will go to support the Colorado Agricultural Leadership Program.
This nonprofit organization -- currently working with its 12th class -- aims to strengthen effective agricultural leaders who reflect Colorado's diverse population, by developing participants in the areas of communication, technology, social issues, cultural diversity, coalition building, resource management and government policy, just to name a few.
CALP and its supporters recruit enthusiastic Coloradans who are recognized as emerging leaders and are directly involved in ag, agribusiness, rural industries, rural communities or natural resource management. Participants in the program travel the state, learning about agriculture in every region, and also participate in an international trip to learn about ag in a foreign country and U.S. trade with that nation.
There are four tickets available as part of this CALP fundraiser, which are being auctioned off in pairs. However, if someone is wanting to bid on both pairs, all four of the seats are located next to one another. The four seats are club level, and also under a roof, with a face value of $355 apiece. The bidding will start at $400 per pair, with the auction ending on Dec. 16.
Anyone with questions can contact CALP Executive Director Cathy Calderwood at (303) 547-5963, or at email@example.com.