Rotary Wine Tasting Gala Is Tonight - Tuesday, Nov 13 at Sunset Foods

The Rotary Club of Buffalo Grove, with the support of Sunset Foods, bring a new wine tasting to the community. Please attend to support the many projects Rotary provides our community and the world.

Sample dozens of wines while enjoying appetizers fresh from the kitchen at the Rotary Wine Tasting Gala at 5:30, Tuesday, November 13 at Sunset Foods in Long Grove. Upon entering, you will receive a wine glass for sampling that you may keep after you have selected those wines you fancy. There is special event wine pricing available if you wish to purchase a single bottle or cases of your favorites. Additionally, there will be a silent auction featuring sport, wine and pop treasures.

The evening is sponsored by Sunset Foods benefiting the Rotary Club of Buffalo Grove. Tickets are available online at www.BGRotary.org and at the Long Grove Sunset Foods customer service desk. Pre-sales are $40. Otherwise, $50 on the day of the event. Your ticket also enters you into a raffle for a wine package valued at over $500 which includes one bottle of each of the featured tasting wines, wine glasses, a carafe and more. You need not be present to win.

Rotary is the world’s first and largest service organization whose members form a global network of business, professional, and community leaders who volunteer their time and talents to serve their communities and the world. Rotary is not a business networking organization. Rotarians focus on 'Service above Self' as a commitment toward bettering the world around them. Strong fellowship among Rotarians and meaningful humanitarian service projects characterize Rotary worldwide. Rotary International is working to eradicate polio, end poverty, and promote world peace and cultural understanding.

Buffalo Grove Rotary supports many local charities and community initiatives including hunger relief, safety programs, Special Olympics, park improvements, school programs, and student exchanges. Beyond their local efforts, its members have traveled to global service projects that include providing fresh water in Africa, immunization efforts to eradicate polio in India and development projects for schools in the Guatemalan jungle.

Rotary International sponsors the largest youth exchange program in the world and promotes world peace and understanding on a person-to-person basis. Currently, a Rotary exchange student from Slovakia attends Stevenson High School and a Chilean student attends Buffalo Grove High School. Additionally, a local Stevenson student is studying this school year in France and a BGHS student is attending school in Argentina.

Get your tickets today. The dress is casual. The wine is delightful. The food is delicious. The event benefits our community and beyond. See you there.

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