The evening of Friday, March 6, Prescott Creeks hosted the Dirty Martinis for Clean Water membership event at our office cabin, adjacent the Watson Wood Riparian Preserve. 50+ people gathered to learn more about Prescott Creeks, its mission, and some of the ongoing projects that are in process to improve water quality issues in our community. Several long-time supporters were recognized for their contribution to the organization. It was an enjoyable night of good food (provided by Bill’s Pizza and Shannon’s Gourmet Cheesecakes), good drinks (Thumb Butte Distillery and Page Springs Winery), and great people that allow Prescott Creeks to accomplish its mission.
If you are interested in become a member of Prescott Creeks, you can do so on our membership page.
Prescott Creeks board members, staff, guests and members mingle in the Prescott Creeks cabin during the Dirty Martinis for Clean Water Event.
Volunteer/member/event bartender, Tom Barry, receives an award for everything he does from Prescott Creeks Executive Director Michael Byrd.
One Man’s Treasure co-chair, Sharon Arnold and Bill Arnold receive an award for their on-going support of the organization.
Long-time volunteer George Shriver is recognized for his dedicated service to the organization.
Debbie Hoffman and Keller Williams Check Realty were recognized as the first Prescott Creeks Business Member.
Communications and Development Manager Peter Pierson and Prescott Creeks Board Member Suzanne Morse.
Prescott Creeks Board Member Brent Roberts and his wife Denise enjoying the festivities.
Prescott Creeks member John Zambrano shares his vote on the success of the event!