Dinner & Auction to be held at Hotel Bethlehem on October 5th
The Bethlehem Rotary Club will hold its second annual “Tastes & Tunes,” the club’s signature event to raise funds for a local nonprofit organization, on Sunday, October 5th at the Hotel Bethlehem from 4-7:30p.m. Funds raised will support Veterans programs (homelessness, hunger, education, medical) through the Lehigh Valley Military Affairs Council (LVMAC).
Mike and Lynn Albarell, honorary chairs of Tastes & Tunes, invites the public to join them for a casual and patriotic evening of fun, food, wine tasting and music. More than a dozen Lehigh Valley restaurants will be participating, and tickets include free wine, beer and soda. The event will also include live entertainment, silent and live auctions, and acknowledgements of each individual branch of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Individual (open-seating) tickets for the event are $80, and a reserved table of 8 is $800. Ticket reservations can be made by calling Rotarian Roger Whiteley at 484-515-0267.
Participating restaurants include: Shula’s Steakhouse, Roosevelt’s 21st Bethlehem, Full of Crepe, Molly’s Irish Grille & Sports Pub, Inn at Pocono Manor, Hotel Bethlehem, Corked Wine Bar, Tapas on Main, Goosey Gander, On the Border, Sodexo, The Bayou: Southern Kitchen & Bar, and Bethlehem Area Vocational Technical School.
Tastes & Tunes is made possible through the generous support of Presenting Sponsor Air Products, as well as the following sponsors: Just Born, Albarell Electric, American Bank, National Penn Bank, the law firm of Mosebach, Funt, Dayton & Duckworth, P.C., Lehigh Valley Health Network, Scott Cars, Embassy Bank, Concannon Miller, and PNC Wealth Management.
About Bethlehem Rotary Club
About Bethlehem Rotary Club: Men and women unite in local community projects as well as international aid. Projects have included: the Children’s Room at the Bethlehem Public Library, Strike Out Hunger, support of the Hispanic Center Lehigh Valley, providing dictionaries to local elementary students, Rotaplast missions helping third-world countries treat cleft palate deformities, and more.
Contact: Gerry or Jill Long