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Trey Curry Foundation's 6th annual wine tasting fundraiser is May 10

This year’s Vine to Wine Tasting and Silent Auction will benefit the Trey Curry House at A Kid’s Place.

The Trey Curry Foundation

This year’s Vine to Wine Tasting and Silent Auction will benefit the Trey Curry House at A Kid’s Place.

BRANDON

The Trey Curry Foundation will hold the 6th Annual Vine to Wine Tasting & Silent Auction on May 10 at The Regent, 6437 Watson Road, Riverview, from 7 to 10 p.m.

The event will include wine tasting paired with gourmet food, a live cooking demonstration by Chef Dave of the Rolling Pin Kitchen Emporium, a silent auction, cigars and entertainment. Tickets are $60 before April 30, and $75 after.

Proceeds will benefit the Trey Curry House at A Kid's Place, a residential facility in Brandon for abused, neglected or abandoned children. The Trey Curry Foundation, established by the Curry family in honor of their son Clifton "Trey" Curry, a 2006 Newsome High School graduate who died in 2008, helps children with learning disabilities or medical needs.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit treycurryfoundation.com or call (813) 655-0269. For sponsorship and auction opportunities, contact the foundation at marybeth@treycurryfoundation.org or (813) 655-0269.

Trey Curry Foundation's 6th annual wine tasting fundraiser is May 10 04/27/13 [Last modified: Friday, April 26, 2013 4:31pm]
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