Wine tasting and fundraiser a great success
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To the Editor,

The Deerfield Valley Rotary Club is very thankful for the success of our annual Wine Tasting and Auction. It was our most successful fundraiser to date. We couldn’t have done it without the help of the following people.

Thank you to the Hermitage for continuing to provide us with the perfect venue for this event, for supplying the wine for our tasting and to Jim Barnes for his generosity.

Thank you to the Matterhorn and Little Anthony’s for donating all the delicious food. Thank you to G. Housen for your continued support.

And to Twice Blessed for your assistance with the baskets and to all the other businesses and individuals who donated generous raffle and auction items.

There are too many to list here but 18 extremely giving people donated wine for the auction. We can always count on all of our Rotarians and their spouses to spend countless hours organizing and executing the event and a special shout-out to Alice and Alan Greenspan and Debi Bradshaw.

Finally, an event is only as good as the people who attend it. We are fortunate to have a supportive community and we thank you for attending. Monies raised at events like this help us support and give back to our community. all year long.

Sincerely,

The Deerfield Valley Rotary Club

Dover
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