Even wildlife exhibits were in on the sampling of cuisine.
A fun—and wild—time was had by all April 8 at CU Denver South Wildlife Experience and the 2017 Spirit Celebration benefiting the Littleton Public Schools Foundation. The night was filled with food and fun for all the partying wildlife in attendance. Members of CU Boulder’s Alpha Phi Sorority were the presenters of the evening’s “Walk on the Wild Side” and served as guides through an “experience” of nature exhibits and art—along with the wilderness of gala-style auctions and entertainment.
Photos by Stefan Krusze
CU Denver South Executive Chef Paul Huddleson puts final touches on one of the evening’s featured Asian dishes.
CU Boulder Alpha Phi Sorority members Karlee Curtis and Jennie Roberts greet guests.
Arapahoe High School student volunteers Nick Zainer, Beau Lauffer, Taylor Grebe with Jack Seavall.
A 360-degree presentation of Littleton Public Schools programs.
Littleton Public Schools Foundation Executive Board of Directors.
Cherry Creek Schools Executive Director Jill Henden and Superintendent Harry Bull with Annabel Husak and the evening’s auctioneer Peter Husak of Pistol Pete’s Auctions
Littleton City Councilmembers Peggy Cole and Debbie Brinkman
Skip Watson, past board president Kay Watson and Joe Bates.
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