Stop by the LANB lobby, noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday to support Los Alamos students and their educational travel to Europe in 2019. Courtesy photo
Looking for meaningful holiday gifts? The Europe 2019 Holiday Craft and Coffee Sale will be in the lobby of LANB, noon to 5 p.m., Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Stop by LANB to support Los Alamos students and their educational travel and have a free cup of coffee.
Coffee is a perfect gift for the holidays and a great way to support local youth on educational travel. Coffee is $13 for a 10 oz. bag, whole bean or ground, in French Roast, Dark Roast, Medium Roast, and Decaf. The coffee is global and local – fresh-roasted, Fair Trade and organic with an artistic label drawn by Rachel Bowman, one of the Europe 2019 travelers.
If coffee isn’t your thing, Europe 2019 travelers have worked hard to create unique holiday crafts including: creative jars of cocoa, Harry Potter wands, beautiful handmade ornaments, artistic gift labels and more.
This year’s group includes 40 forty high school seniors touring Europe with local teacher Lynn Ovaska, chaperones and EF tour guides. As with the past seven educational tours, the goal of Europe 2019 is to expand the world view of Los Alamos’ young adults and help them develop skills for the global economy before they head off to college.
Europe 2019 is a classic tour of London, Paris, the Alps, Florence and Rome. https://www.eftours.com/2112774df
Funds raised from the Europe 2019 Holiday Craft and Coffee Sale helps off-set some of the tour costs for seeing the famous historical sites such as: The Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, Louvre, Notre Dame, Versailles, Roman Colosseum, St. Peter’s Basilica and Sistine Chapel.
Stop by the lobby at LANB this Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday afternoon to purchase beautiful holiday crafts as well as tasty Free Trade, organic coffee.
Those unable to stop by LANB may purchase coffee by contacting Lynn Ovaska at email@example.com … or make a direct donation to group by checks made payable to Europe 2019.