Crossroads’ Vintage attracts a crowd

On Sunday, Oct. 30, 158 people turned out to support Crossroads Ministry of Estes Park at the organization’s annual Vintage fundraiser at the Dunraven.

The crowd was treated to dinner and wine tasting courtesy of Any and Cindy Morgan who opened up their restaurant.

“They made this a special place for all of this goodness to happen,” said Brian Schaffer, Executive Director of Crossroads. “Our Vintage fundraiser is one of the highlights of the year for me! It’s amazing how people in our community come together in the spirit of giving to support the services we provide to our neighbors in need. Thank you to everyone who attended.”

Local businesses and individuals donated items for a silent auction and a live auction led by a professional auctioneer.

In one night, the Vintage event raised $167,000 for the many and varied services Crossroads provides to the Estes Valley community.

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