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Riedel Wine Tasting Event to Benefit the Boy Scouts of America Programs

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The Boy Scouts of America and volunteer co-chairs, Dawn and Rich Buchanan of Fanwood will be hosting a Riedel Wine Tasting on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 6:30pm at the Masker's Barn located in the Watchung Reservation in Berkeley Heights, NJ. Guests will enjoy great wines using Riedel wine glasses, learn more about wines, how to pour them, the effect wine glasses have and how to improve the overall enjoyment of wine.

The ticket price of $150 includes hors d’oeuvres, four glasses of wine rated 90 or better on the Wine Spectator List, buffet dinner, dessert, auction and a set of 4 Riedel wine glasses to take home.

The proceeds of this event provide the necessary funds to send underprivileged youth to four of our camps in New Jersey and New York State. Over 3,000 youth are served in this program, and a total of 16,000 youth served in traditional Scouting in our area. Most recently the BSA has enhanced STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) content in every facet of Scouting, from summer camp to the Pinewood Derby, by developing programs that explore the STEM principles behind familiar Scouting activities. The STEM Program is another beneficiary of this event.

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Registration for the event is required at www.ppcbsa.org/give/special-events by Tuesday, May 22nd. Must be 21 or older to attend. All contributions over $50 are tax deductible. 

Contact Jennifer Volz at 973-765-9322 ext. 249 or at jennifer.volz@scouting.org with questions. 

 

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