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Don't Miss Taste of the Town - A Healdsburg Elementary Benefit

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 Ramey Wine Cellars, 25 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg, CA 95448  See map
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EXPERIENCE “TASTE OF THE TOWN,” AN EVENING OF MUSIC, WINE & FOOD…ALL TO SUPPORT THE CHILDREN OF HEALDSBURG ELEMENTARY 

The Healdsburg Elementary School (HES) Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO) is hosting their Annual Silent Auction event, Friday, February 28th at 7pm at Ramey Winery. This is part of their biggest fundraiser of the year and funds a wide array of programs to enhance core elementary curricula and engage Healdsburg’s young learners, with field trips, assemblies and supplies.

This year’s event is called "Taste of the Town." Local restaurants will be showcasing signature dishes; local
wineries will be popping corks on some of their best wines; local businesses
will be featuring their generous donations for the silent auction, and local junior
high school band, Boomerang, will be jamming out their best tunes!

This is a great event to show your Healdsburg local spirit, support its public schools, and maybe even go home with a gift certificate for a massage, a gym membership, or even a wine and beer excursion! 

Get your tickets at the door ($30) or now on line ($25): brownpapertickets.com/event/555962 and join the community at Ramey Winery (25 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg, CA 95448) at 7pm on Friday, February 28th for an evening of fun.

Call
Kelly Conrad at 707-293-5795 for more information or visit the Taste of the Town Facebook page at: facebook.com/#!/events/662956830435137/ ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming.

The HES
PTO is composed entirely of volunteer parents, teachers and community members
who care about Healdsburg’s public schools. The money raised from the HES PTO’s
efforts is utilized to fund supplies for enrichment courses and teachers, school wide assemblies, field trips, playground equipment and family events. 

Schools are bearing the brunt of budget cuts, and it is imperative that the HES PTO gets support for these events so the children can continue to benefit from
these important programs.

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