Rainier Hills Young Life and YoungLives took centerstage Saturday evening at Enumclaw High School during the 11th annual Palate of the Plateau & Benefit Auction event.
Final numbers weren't available at the time, but area director Mike Iversen reported that about 140 tickets had been pre-sold and in past years, the event usually brings in 250-350 attendees.
Iversen estimates that the event will bring in between $28,000 to $30,000.
These proceeds go toward helping Young Life pay for transportation and scholarships for local youths to be able to attend various Young Life Camps during the summer. is a non-denominational Christian outreach group that works with teens.
The Rainier Hills Young Life group serves about 400 teens locally and regionally through the work and mentorship of about 40 adult volunteers. The group covers the Plateau area, including Black Diamond, Greenwater, parts of Bonney Lake and all middle and high schools in the Enumclaw and White River school districts.