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Faith Bemiss/DemocratBeverly Simms and Bill Jobe, both of Warsaw, sampled some the delectable chocolate treats at Cole Camp's third annual Chocolate Gala and Wine Tasting, on Sunday at American Legion Post 305. It was their first time to attend the fundraiser. Dianne Simon, vice president of the board for the Cole Camp Community Center said that the event is held to raise funds to build a community center. “And also to bring people to the gala to show our cute little town and to showcase our local business.”
Faith Bemiss/DemocratBeverly Simms and Bill Jobe, both of Warsaw, sampled some the delectable chocolate treats at Cole Camp's third annual Chocolate Gala and Wine Tasting, on Sunday at American Legion Post 305. It was their first time to attend the fundraiser. Dianne Simon, vice president of the board for the Cole Camp Community Center said that the event is held to raise funds to build a community center. “And also to bring people to the gala to show our cute little town and to showcase our local business.”
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Faith Bemiss/Democrat


Beverly Simms and Bill Jobe, both of Warsaw, sampled some the delectable chocolate treats at Cole Camp’s third annual Chocolate Gala and Wine Tasting, on Sunday at American Legion Post 305. It was their first time to attend the fundraiser. Dianne Simon, vice president of the board for the Cole Camp Community Center said that the event is held to raise funds to build a community center. “And also to bring people to the gala to show our cute little town and to showcase our local business.”


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Pam Norman, of Springfield, purchases a bottle “Sweet Red,” wine from Kristy and Kevin Long, owners of Wildlife Ridge Winery, of Smithton. Norman and her husband Charles were visiting her parents, Richard and Carol Rupp, of Cole Camp. Eichenberg Winery, of Cole Camp, and LaBella Vineyards and Winery, of Wellington, were also on hand for wine tasting during the event.


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The fundraiser featured two tables of chocolates, cakes, pies and cheesecakes plus two tables of appetizers. Simon said the turn out this year was over 200 people, higher than last, and they hoped to make close to $4,000.


 
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