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Camp Fire First Texas welcomed more than 400 guests to the 35th anniversary of “An Artists’ Christmas Art Auction and Gala” on November 16, 2019.

Hosted at the Fort Worth Zoo, this year’s event featured unique art from more than 75 local artists including 3-dimensional, 2-dimensional, jewelry and textiles.

In addition to a silent art auction, a live auction offered up one-of-a kind items and experiences such as an autographed Eagles guitar, a week-long stay in a Colorado Chalet and premier sporting and concert events.

Camp Fire conducts the annual event to raise funds toward ensuring children and youth a safety, fun and inclusive place – a place where they form lasting relationships, develop a sense of belonging and make positive contributions to the lives of their families and their community.

This year’s event was chaired by Lisa D. Mares. Honor chairs were Rosa Navejar and Rachel Navejar Phillips.

[story and photos provided by Camp Fire]

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