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This profile was last updated on 9/6/09  and contains information from public web pages.

Employment History

  • Contributor
    The Columbian
  • Executive Director
    Festival of Trees
  • Campaign Manager
    Councilman Tim Leavitt
  • Executive Director
    Vancouver Rotary's Festival of Trees

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Web References
Temple ..., 6 Sept 2009 [cached]
Temple Lentz
Katie Foehl and Temple Lentz have joined the Leadership Clark County board of directors.
Lentz is a graduate of the most recent Leadership Clark County class and most recently has been the executive director of Vancouver Rotary's Festival of Trees.
"The idea came about as a ..., 28 Nov 2008 [cached]
"The idea came about as a way to keep the event fresh and get more nonprofits involved with the foundation," said Temple Lentz, executive director of the Festival of Trees.
Another third will be split between all the groups that participated and the balance will go to the Vancouver Rotary Foundation, Lentz said.
Six of the themed trees created by designers for the Holiday Decorations Showcase will be auctioned at the Nov. 29 Holiday Carnivale Gala.
Temple ..., 4 Sept 2009 [cached]
Temple Lentz
Leadership Clark County announced the addition of two new members, Katie Foehl and Temple Lentz, to its Board of Directors.
Lentz is a 2009 LCC graduate and is presently the campaign manager for Councilman Tim Leavitt in his bid for Vancouver Mayor.
Leadership Clark County, 3 Dec 2011 [cached]
Temple Lentz - Proof Creative Services
Nearly one-third of the festival's income ..., 19 Sept 2008 [cached]
Nearly one-third of the festival's income comes from business sponsorships, said Temple Lentz, executive director of the event.Auction bids and donations bring in another third, and businesses account for half of them.
Festival of Trees visitors can vote with their dollars for a favorite tree or nonprofit and the nonprofit that brings in the most will receive one-third of those total donations.Another third will go to the Vancouver Rotary Foundation and remaining funds will go to the other nonprofit event partners.
Each nonprofit tree is expected to have at least one business sponsor to cover the cost of its tree, lights, stand and decorations, Lentz said.Local businesses also give to the event by sponsoring gala auction tables or matching employee donations to the foundation.
"Your dollars go further this way because you become a part of a large and growing group of donors," she said of the foundation."The students who receive our scholarships might be a donor business' next employee.The homeless family we helped feed might be a future customer."
More than 400 volunteers work on the event with Lentz, the event's sole employee.
"Many businesses around the area also encourage and reward employees for volunteering their time," she said.
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