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Wine at Town Center brings the best wine and food together

Fantastic local wines and delicious appetizers prepared by local chefs are on the Wine at Town Center menu this Saturday.

The Rotary Clubs of El Dorado Hills and Cameron Park host the 18th annual fundraiser along the El Dorado Hills Town Center waterfront. Money raised from the popular event funds Rotary programs. Those programs include scholarships for students seeking higher education, community park and neighborhood beautification projects, as well as programs that help the less fortunate. The Rotary Club of Cameron Park helped complete an observatory to the stars that is utilized by the local school districts and the public. The Rotary Club of El Dorado Hills contributed a significant amount to the Jeff Mitchell Memorial Ball Field and is a partner with the Fallen Warriors organization that’s building a veterans memorial in El Dorado Hills.

In addition to sampling delicious wines and food, guests can participate in the silent auction. And when the mood strikes, they can dance to lively music performed by the Used Blues Band with special guest Darrell Mansfield in the Steven Young Amphitheater or tap their toes to songs performed by Tim Dierkes at the north end of the waterfront.

“No one should miss this evening,” said John Knight, event chair with the El Dorado Hills club. “It’s a great way to sample the best wines and food our community has to offer, plus help our local youth and contribute to community projects.”

Wine at Town Center will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, June 8. Tickets are $45 per person and can be purchased at Nugget Market, the California Welcome Center, the El Dorado Hills Fire Station 85, the El Dorado Hills Community Services District office and from local Rotarians. To purchase tickets online and get more information about the event visit wineattowncenter.org.

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