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Casita Cielo Grande Floor Plan

Two bedroom condominium that sleeps 6 with 930 sq ft. of living space as shown on plans above.

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Casita Cielo Grande

442 Greg Avenue

Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501


Next to the Radisson Hotel

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E-mail or call us at 505-699-2289 for rates and availability.

Buckaroo Ball

June 17,18, 19 2005

Seeing children without educational opportunities, sliding in life or about to be lost in the system, a group of determined women decided to make a difference. In 1992, a small group of volunteer women from Santa Fe, NM organized the Buckaroo Ball Committee to improve the lives of children in their community. Its purpose was to raise money for Santa Fe County children at risk. They planned a party that was so much fun it made people want to give their money away. They got most of what they needed for the Buckaroo Ball donated and found sponsors to pay for the rest. The goal was clear, to give every dime they could raise to projects that would give children opportunities they would not otherwise have and to help those skidding toward trouble another shot at life.

The Buckaroo Ball is an annual event held in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Since the first Ball in 1994, the Buckaroo Ball Committee has raised more than $5 million to assist at-risk children in Santa Fe County. Through the generosity of individuals, businesses and organizations, and through the dedication of the committee and volunteers, the Buckaroo Ball is the largest, single event fund-raiser in the state of New Mexico, and one of the largest events in the Southwest.

Funds are awarded to non-profit organizations that serve at-risk children in Santa Fe County. The agencies submit their request, and after a comprehensive review process by the Buckaroo Ball's Full Committee and its Grants Committee, the grantees are selected. Since 1994, more than 65 different non-profit programs benefiting at-risk children in Santa Fe County have received funding from the Buckaroo Ball.

The fund-raising event occurs over a three-day period during the month of June. The 2005 Ball, will be held June 17 - 19, 2005.

The Saturday night ball hosts more than 1000 guests dressed in the southwest's finest western clothing. The evening starts with delicious donated hors d'oeuvres from over 50 of Santa Fe's world-famous restaurants.

The Southwest's Best Ball's silent auction is one of the southwest's largest, featuring more than 500 items. The live auction, conducted by professional auctioneers, is one of the most unique and prestigious in the region. Items auctioned have included vintage automobiles, Harley-Davidson motorcycles, vacations to Africa, llamas, horses, ski and golf vacations, Southwestern and Native American art, antique Mexican furniture, Native American pottery and much more.

A Texas-style, sit-down barbecue dinner is served inside an enormous tent where 1600 pounds of beef, ribs and chicken, potatoes and onions, beans, cole slaw and biscuits are served. Desserts from some of the finest restaurants in Santa Fe are served after dinner.

Headline entertainment and dancing "til the cows come home" immediately follow the dinner and live auction. Well-known country music stars such as Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Pam Tillis, Asleep at the Wheel and Santa Fe resident, Randy Travis, have performed over the years. 2004 Ball entertainment - To Be Announced!

Tickets for the Buckaroo Ball 3-day event are $685 per person. For information about the Buckaroo Ball events and to purchase tickets, call 505-992-3700.

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Contact Info:

Buckaroo Ball
308 Catron Street
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Tel: (505) 992-3700
Fax: (505) 992-3800

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