Three residents of Santa Barbara County were winners in the Lompoc Theatre Project’s fundraising raffle drawn Nov. 19. Antoinette and Shawn Addison of Santa Ynez won first prize; Anna Domingos of Lompoc won second prize; and Chris Ames, also of Lompoc, won third. One hundred tickets were sold.
First prize was a 100-bottle “Wine Cellar” of wines donated from many Santa Barbara County winemakers; second prize a “Weekend in the Sta. Rita Hills,” which includes a tasting, tour and picnic at Sanford Winery, dinner at Scratch Kitchen, three bottles of wine and a night’s stay in a local hotel; and third prize, three magnums of library wine, also from local vintners.
LTP board members are very grateful to all the winemakers, Scratch Kitchen’s co-owner Augusto Caudillo and Sanford Winery for their generous donations to the fundraiser.
In other news, LTP elected four members to its governing board of directors at a membership meeting earlier this month.
Board of directors’ members Jenelle Osborne and Laurie Jervis were re-elected to new terms on the nonprofit’s nine-member board, as were two new members. The new board members are Barbara Satterfield, Community Outreach and Volunteer chair, and Heather Bedford, who will serve on the Fund Development Committee.
Osborne was first elected to LTP’s Board of Directors in 2015, and serves as Fund Development Chair. Media and Communications Co-Chair Jervis joined the board in 2013.
Satterfield, the third generation of a local Lompoc family, raised her four daughters here. She is the executive director of the Sta. Rita Hills Winegrowers Alliance, retail manager for the Hitching Post Winery and works at the Hitching Post II Restaurant in Buellton. From 1984 to 1987, she owned the Outpost Restaurant in Lompoc. Satterfield is also a board member of the Lompoc Chamber of Commerce.
Bedford is also a native of Lompoc, and graduated from Long Beach State University. She and her family own Graphic Systems Printers in Lompoc and Solvang. Long involved in local and county nonprofits, Bedford has donated time to the Santa Ynez Valley Historical Museum, Relay for Life and the Lompoc Valley Fallen Warriors, among many others. In addition, Bedford co-created three fundraising events: Sip Lompoc, Nashville Nights and Solvang Third Wednesday.
The Lompoc Theatre Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit working to restore the Lompoc Theatre as a venue for arts, entertainment, culture and education for the community and its visitors.