June 3, 2012: Wine, Beer and Vodka Tasting

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Join us on Sunday, June 3, 2012 in Wolcott, CT for a Wine, Beer and Vodka tasting to raise money and awareness of Charcot-Marie-Tooth.  This fundraiser is organized by Tracey Rotella and Staci Tumel in honor of Erin Hughes, a young girl facing the challenges of CMT.

The event will be held at the American Legion, 1253 Wolcott Rd, Wolcott, CT from 1 -4 pm.  Cost is $20 per person.  Tickets can be purchased and donations made by calling Tracey, 860-637-0011 or Staci, 203-841-8937 or by clicking here.


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