Donated by ANC subscribers Judy and Lee Salter, this bountiful gift basket includes three bottles of fine wine from the Salters’ private collection, four Napa Style gold-and-glass stemless wine glasses, an assortment of gourmet chocolates and some decorative cocktail napkins, all tucked inside a gorgeous lidded box with a European book theme.
• Fidelitas 2014 The Canyons Vineyard Malbec
• L’Ecole No. 41, 2013 Estate Grown Cabernet Franc, Seven Hills Vineyard, Walla Walla Valley
• Caymus Vineyards 40th Anniversary 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon
And assorted gourmet chocolates:
• Sanders Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels
• Godiva Goldmark Assorted Chocolates
• Baci Italian Dark Pralines with Hazelnuts
Thank you, Lee and Judy, for your generous donation.
Opening bid: $125
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About Judy and Lee Salter
Judy Salter is highly involved in the north-state community. Highlights include: Former CEO of Turtle Bay Exploration Park, as well as key involvement in Rotary Club of Redding, Shasta Women’s Refuge, the League of Women Voters, the Shasta Early Literacy Council board, the Shasta Library Foundation, Lassen Park Foundation, the Women’s Fund, the Shasta Regional Community Foundation and the American Association of University Women.
Lee Salter, a former attorney, is the McConnell Foundation’s recently retired long-time CEO. (Click here for ANC’s story about his retirement by reporter Candace Brown.) The McConnell Foundation has been heavily involved in funding for Redding School of the Arts, Shasta Community Health Center, Turtle Bay Exploration Park, Healthy Shasta, recreational trails in the greater Redding area, Hill Country Health and Wellness Center, the Weed Community Center, as well as the Fourth of July Freedom Festival fireworks each year, among other investments. They also help fund the Shasta Community Regional Foundation, which helps nonprofits become better through grants.