Retreat 2011 Sponsors

A Hands-On Experience
in the
West Virginia Mountains

September 2nd & 3rd
Camp Sheppard, located in Roane County, West Virginia.

2011 Party on the Farm follows on September 4th at
Stringtown Rising Farm.

Events sponsorship is available for the CITR Retreat 2011. Sponsorship opportunities include providing door prizes that will be given away at the retreat and “swag” items (or money for items) that will be given to all attendees as well as sponsoring class supplies. For more information about the CITR Retreat 2011, click here.

Sponsors will be listed on this page and may also send promotional pamphlets or cards to be distributed to attendees at the retreat. (You may also choose to be an anonymous donor.) For more information and to discuss sponsorship, email CITRevents(at), or if you’re ready to make a donation to the retreat, you may use the PayPal button below or send your sponsorship donation to P.O. Box 97, Walton, West Virginia, 25286. Retreat sponsors may also send promotional flyers, pamphlets, etc, to be distributed to attendees to that address. (If you are a local business sponsoring the retreat, I’d be happy to pick up your materials at your place of business–just get in touch with me at CITRevents(at)!)

You may sponsor the retreat in any amount you wish, but if you would like to donate in the amount of $100 or more, you can be one of our Super Sponsors and your business name and website link will be included on all retreat handouts and materials as well as being able to distribute your flyers to attendees.

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Thank you to the following organizations/businesses who are providing goodie bag items, door prizes, free or discounted supplies, or donations toward supplies. We love our sponsors! (Thank you also to our anonymous donors!)


Your name here!
Creative Comfort by Kristina
Walton Thriftway
Springer’s Yarn Nook


Your name here!
Betty S. Ireland
Rain–My Farm on the Hill
Stoneground Whole Kernel Corn Meal from Stone Buhr Farm/Mark and Sheryl Sergent
New England Cheesemaking
Oliverio Peppers
Bramble Berry
Still Meadows
West Virginia Division of Tourism
Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau
West Virginia Division of Natural Resources, Parks, and Recreation
West Virginia Department of Agriculture

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