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Scenes from the Educational Enrichment Foundation Wine Tasting at The Chelsea in Fanwood

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Evan Timbie and SPFK12 Schools Superintendant Dr. Margaret Hayes Credits: John Mooney
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Anthony and Amy Fiore Credits: John Mooney
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Dominick Giordano EEF president Credits: John Mooney
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Food catered by Nick's Pizza in Fanwood Credits: John Mooney
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Evan and Janelle Timbie Credits: John Mooney
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Cannoli donated by Rocko's Ice Cream in Fanwood Credits: John Mooney
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FANWOOD/SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- The Education Enrichment Foundation of Scotch Plains-Fanwood held its annual Wine Tasting fundraiser on Friday, Oct 21, at The Chelsea at Fanwood. 

Sponsors included The Wine Cellar at BJ's in Watchung and Nick's Pizza and Rocko's in Fanwood/

The EEF provides teacher grants as an incentive to encourage creative and engaging opportunities in our schools. Proceeds from this event will help fund our programs.

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