Plaid shirts, not black ties, were the dress code for this fundraiser

Some fundraisers are glitzy affairs, but the annual farm-to-table event at Riveredge Nature Center Saturday was a down-home get-together of supporters who enjoyed good food and drinks in the Town of Saukville countryside. Clockwise from top left photo: Looking at auction items were (from left) Kim and Ann Pemble and Elizabeth and Mia Ferguson. Volunteers Anna Eifert and Rachel Swenson served appetizers with smiles. Plaid shirts, like those worn by Amanda Kasmierczak (left) and Melissa Wesener, were all the rage at the Bluegrass in the Prairie Grass-themed event. With Riveredge’s natural beauty on display behind them, (from left) Amy Clark and Kathie and Todd Gordon enjoyed their drinks. Proceeds from the event benefit the center’s environmental education mission and land preservation.                                       Photos by Sam Arendt



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