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SUTTER YUBA
COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

HAPPY TAMALE DAY 2022

HOLIDAY LUNCHEON FUNDRAISER

Start your Holiday Season with a Delicious Tamale Luncheon with Wonderful Friends
and All for a Great Cause!

The SUTTER YUBA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Provides the Community with a Means to Donate & Support Local Charitable Causes and Youth Activities

Friday, Dec 2
11 AM - 2 PM
@

SYO Building

7740 Butte House Rd
Sutter, CA 95982

$2,500
Keynote Speaker Sponsor (w/ Table)

$1,500
Keynote Speaker Sponsor(no Table)

$1,000
Table for 8

$150
Indivdual Ticket


 

Beer, Wine & Margaritas Included

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 R.S.V.P. by Nov 18  

contact either:

 Thad Eubanks
@
530.632.7247 

or

 Rick Rhody
@
916.956.1093 

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Bring a Toy for Charity & Get Entered Into a Special Drawing! 

 Jim Warny      
 Keynote Speaker

Jim has been involved in cave exploration for the last two decades and has participated in many expeditions to remote cave systems. He lives in Ireland where he is only a stone throw away from an undiscovered cave passage.

He got involved in diving at the age of 12 and from there he forged a path towards highly technical diving in extreme environments. Jim thrives on operating in these environments and has developed a methodical approach towards operating in these places. This ability has served him well in many situations including some life or death situations.

In June and July 2018, a widely publicized cave rescue successfully extricated members of a junior soccer team trapped in Thuam Luang cave in Chiang Rai Province, Thailand. The rescue efforts were an extremely treacherous task that involved people from across the globe. Jim was part of the team of cave rescue specialists that spearheaded the operation.

The story of the search and recovery of the boys and their coach is truly gripping and inspiring tale of humanity working together against all odds to save the lives of the young soccer players. Jim will take you through the sequence events in detail and give you a first had account of the extraction efforts that lasted 3 days , which involved transporting the boys one by one through several miles of flooded cave passages.