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St. Benedict Education Foundation hosts fundraiser in rustic setting

Sunday, Aug. 11, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

Sunset at the barn

The sky glowed pink and gold and the breeze was warm Aug. 10 on the patio of the barn at the Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve.

The rustic structure down the hill from St. Vincent College in Unity was the venue for “A Sunset at the Barn,” an event hosted by the St. Benedict Education Foundation.

St. Vincent provided the carved meats, lasagna wraps, grilled vegetables and refreshing cinnamon-flavored fruit.

The event and a silent auction will benefit foundation scholarships for the international Benedictine university, Sant'Anselmo in Rome.

Jazz was by saxophonist James Boggs and event sponsors were PNC Bank and McDowell Associates Insurance.

Seen at the event: Archabbot Douglas Nowicki, St. Vincent president Brother Norman Hipps, Karl and Carmen Eisaman, Kay Rowe, George Shaner and Michael Philopena, Mike and Karen Stewart, Richard and Joanna Stillwagon, Charles and Nancy Anderson, Jack and MaryAnn Cherubini, Berardo and Annette Maragni, Tom and Diane Luscombe, Terry Graft and Linda Brown, Bernadette Domenic, Dr. Angelo and Pam DeMezza, Joe and Bernie Biss, John and Malinda Sherid, Don and Rosemary Tarosky, Vin and Sandy Sarni, Marc and Lisa Poole, Carmen and Paula Pedicone, Jim and Maureen Laffey and Mary Catherine Motchar and Jim Clayton.

— Dawn Law

 

 
 


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