Second Annual John E. Baker Legacy Dinner -
October 5, 2012
The event will include a cocktail reception, a sit-down dinner, a keynote address, and the recognition of local community leaders. Hosted at Farmington Country Club, last year’s event drew over 200 guests from notably diverse backgrounds. We will host the event at Farmington again, with the belief that doing so allows AATF to continue to build community bridges, both in and out of the classroom.What an amazing night! Thank you to everybody who helped make it possible!
2012 John E. Baker Dinner Sponsors
Highlights From Last Year
* Over 200 guests in attendance, including business leaders, elected officials, and schools system representatives along with teachers, parents, and concerned citizens
* Media focus before, during, and after the event from print (Daily Progress), radio (WINA), TV (Newsplex) and web coupled with a comprehensive outreach effort from the organization to promote the event in various publications, including a full-page ad in albemarle magazine
* The event raised over $26,000 for AATF