Wednesday’s ‘Wine Before Your Dinner’ Benefits POP, Features Appetizers by Community Leaders

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‘Wine Before Your Dinner’ is an upcoming fundraiser to benefit the People of Progress, its essential community service and programs. The fundraiser will be held on Wed., Nov. 12 at the Old City Hall in downtown Redding.

The evening’s hosts will bring their favorite appetizers to serve guests.

The hosts are: Judy Salter , Missy McArthur, Bill & Mary Stegall,  Jenny Abbe Moyer, Dugan and Terry Barr, Dave and Sherry Rutledge, Lou Rizzo,  Ken and Sheri Lawrence, John Truitt, Katrina Cantrell, Patrick Moriarty, Gail Stream, Wayne and Laurie Kessler, Muffy Berryhill, Carolyn Warnemunde and Dennis and Sherrill Bambauer.

The event also features wines and vintners from Matson Vineyard and Mt. Tehama Winery.

Doni Chamberlain, of aNewsCafe.com, will demonstrate how to create simple and delectable appetizers.

What: Wine Before Your Dinner – a Benefit for the People of Progress in Redding.

When: Wed., Nov. 12 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

Where: The Old City Hall Media & Events Center, at the corner of Shasta and Market streets in downtown Redding

What else: Enjoy music by Pat Karch. Doni Chamberlain’s cooking demo begins at 6 p.m.

Admission price:$50 donation to the People of Progress. (Goodwill Industries of Sacramento Valley Northern Nevada will match each admission donation.)

Afterward: Continue your downtown evening and walk to a nearby local restaurant for dinner.

RSVP by Friday, November 7th

Can’t make it, but want to contriubute?: Mail your donation via check to People of Progress, 1242 Center Street Redding, CA 96001, or via PayPal at www.peopleofprogress.org.

For more information: Call the People of Progress at 243-3811

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