Silent auction and fundraiser
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Vera Eisenberg
Vera Eisenberg
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DEERFIELD VALLEY- The Deerfield Valley Health Care Volunteers “Snowshoe for Knowledge” scholarship fundraiser returns to The Hermitage Inn on Sunday, February 19, from 11 am to 3 pm.

Aside from the beautiful trails to snowshoe, attendees will also have the chance to bid on many exciting silent auction items including a lunch/strudel making party at the home of local resident Vera Eisenberg. A native of Hungary, Eisenberg is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America and is Food Network TV’s Paula Deen’s “food stylist.”

Other bid items will include golf and ski passes compliments of Mount Snow, winter clothing apparel, gift cards to local restaurants and hair salons, and two terrific raffle gift baskets, one with Vermont products and the other a wine themed basket. A special item up for bid will be a Keurig coffee maker including individual Green Mountain coffee cups.

Snowshoers will also be treated to an “apres” snowshoe party which will include home-baked goodies, hot drinks, crackers and Vermont cheese compliments of Cabot, Grafton and Maplebrook of Bennington.

Donation for the event is $25 adults, $10 children, and free for under 6 years. All proceeds from the event go to the 2012-13 scholarship fund, which assists local students furthering their education in the health care field. Call (802) 464 7230 for questions.
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