Nominations open for 40th Annual Goleta Valley Beautiful Awards & Benefit on Sunday, May 4, 2014

Nominations are now open for the best that Goleta Valley has to offer for the 40th Annual Goleta Valley Beautiful Awards & Benefit on Sunday, May 4, 2014, at the Rancho La Patera/Stow House. Award Categories include: Single Family Residential; Multi-Family Residential; Public Building or Educational Facility; Favorite Tree; Public Park or Open Space; Commercial; and Farm/Orchard. Deadline for nominations is March 3, 2014. The nomination form is on our website at:

Community financial support allows us to work towards keeping our community green. This annual event is a benefit to help us continue our efforts to grow, plant, and maintain trees in public areas of Goleta Valley. The lush gardens at Rancho La Patera/Stow House will be the backdrop of a fun filled afternoon with music, food, friends, and silent auction. Please show your support by attending the event and consider a sponsorship at one of the following levels:

Champion of the Good Land $5,000

Guardian of the Good Land $2,000

Steward of the Good Land $1,000

Custodian of the Good Land $ 500

Tickets will be available on our website in early March.

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