LWV of Metropolitan Tulsa Pathfinder Gala
Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Reception: 5:30 p.m., dinner and live auction: 6:30 p.m.
Patron Chairs: Leonard and Patty Eaton
Established in 2004, the Pathfinder Award is bestowed annually on a Tulsan (or Tulsans) for a lifetime of commitment to our community. The Pathfinder Award dinner is the Tulsa League’s largest annual fundraiser.
Tulsa has been and continues to be fortunate in having a depth of women and men with courage and civic commitment who lend their skills and knowledge and blaze trails for the benefit of the wider community, state and nation. Their presence has enriched us all by opening doors for the disenfranchised and furthering the mission and work of the LWW of Metropolitan Tulsa by informing, empowering, and advocating a direction. They share common traits: civic pride, a
giving spirit, the courage of their convictions, a sense of the future and the direction a path might take. They have been the pathfinders.
Past award recipients
2004 – Nancy Feldman
2005 – J.D. Metcalf
2006 – Helen Arnold
2007 – Robert J. LaFortune
2008 – Penny Williams, Patty Eaton, Norma Eagleton
2009 – Maxine Horner and Mable Rice
2010 Pathfinder Award Winner
The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa will honor conservationist and businessman Ken Greenwood at its 2010 Pathfinder Award dinner and auction Tuesday, October 5, at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame.
Sponsorships and tickets for this year’s dinner and auction range from $5,000 for two prime tables to $75 for an individual ticket. The event begins with a cocktail reception at 5:30 p.m. followed by dinner and a live auction starting at 6:30 p.m. Live auction items range from trips and special nature tours to artwork. Leonard and Patty Eaton are 2010 patron chairs. For reservations, contact the League at email@example.com or (918) 747-7933.
About Ken Greenwood
Greenwood has blazed conservation trails throughout Tulsa and eastern Oklahoma. As general manager of KRMG Radio, one of Greenwood’s earliest projects was the creation of The Great Raft Race to bring attention to the Arkansas River. He was part of the founding team for the Oklahoma Chapter of The Nature Conservancy where he raised funds for the creation of the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve. Greenwood is also a founder of NatureWorks, sponsor of the country’s last major wildlife art show and funder for the bronze animal sculptures scattered throughout the community. NatureWorks supports and sponsors conservation projects throughout the area with proceeds from its annual art show.