2015 Raffle Ticket Income Distributed to Schools
In addition to raising $100,000 for Basalt public schools at the 2015 Taste of Basalt, the Basalt Education Foundation offered the schools the opportunity to sell raffle tickets to earn the income raised from those sales. Here’s how much each school raised and how the schools are planning to use that money:
BES: $8,600 for Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES) programming and technology.
BMS: $4,300 to purchase materials for team building and other activities for all Crew classes.
BHS: $2,400 distributed among classes and student clubs that sold tickets to earn money for their organization, from Student Leadership Council and Spirit Team to Key Club and Book Club.