By Kaylin Paschall, TME
Sue Alberti slept like a baby Saturday night, September 17, after the success of Shelter on the Hill’s 20th annual Festival of Wine and Cheese. She and a team of what seemed countless volunteers entertained a crowd of over…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)
Singer-songwriter Cary Park plays music and entertains a crowd of around 200 guests who came out to support Shelter on the Hill.
Teresa Dyer helps present the oldest live auction item, a coal scuttle from the late 1800s, to the highest bidder. Sue Alberti and BJ Saidi confer on the live auction.
Attendees Andrea Manriquez and Marianne McDonnell enjoy wine and dance to music while waiting for the next winner of the drawing to be called.
Charcuterie displays and a large banquet table were designed by Michelle Walker of Blooming Gardens.
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