Napa Film Festival Event Raises Friends and Funds

On November 9th, in conjunction with the Napa Valley Film Festival, the LightHouse held a fundraiser for Enchanted Hills Camp in Yountville. The film, Make A Hero’s documentary “The Movement” features longtime Enchanted Hills camper Mike May, who holds the world record for fastest blind downhill skiing.

It was a great community building event attended by a perfect blend of people: folks who had attended family camp at Enchanted Hills, a number of LightHouse board members, a handful of film festival attendees in search of a party, and a good number of neighbors from Mt. Veeder.

Under a beautifully lit tent at Redd Wood, a lovely wine country restaurant, there was wine, an amazing auction and live music by Enchanted Hills camper Jimmy Cong. Also a shout out to the many Mt. Veeder (and beyond) wineries that generously donated to the event including: Fontanella, Handmade by Marketta, Mt. Brave, Lampyridae, Godspeed, Mayacamas, Renteria, Silver Oak, Silverado, Sullivan, Y Rosseau and Yates Family Winery. Your support enables blind children to enjoy the beauty and magic that is Enchanted Hills!

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Lloyd Casey, Patty Moynihan, Dorian Greenow and Gemma Kochis, some of our Mt. Veeder neighbors and Friends of Enchanted Hills members