Monday, January 21st, 2019

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        Local charities will benefit from 2011 Rotary Wine event

Local charities will benefit from 2011 Rotary Wine event



The Chesapeake Rotary Club's Board of Directors is pleased to announce the charities that will benefit from the 2011 Chesapeake Virginia Wine Festival. The charities were selected by a task force chaired by Debbie Ritter. It was a difficult choice to select the 10 recipients from over 30 who were considered.

Boys and Girls Club of Southeast Virginia

Chesapeake Care Free Clinic

Rotary Projects (Coats for Kids, Paint Your Heart Out, Orphan Helpers, Rotary Foundation)

Chesapeake Regional Medical Sid Oman Cancer Center

HER Shelter

Our House Families

CHKD for Children's Diabetes Camp

Sheriff's Elderly Victims Assistance Program

Southeastern Virginia Food Bank

Together We Can

We look forward to a tremendous 2011 Chesapeake Virginia Wine Festival on October 29, at Chesapeake City Park.


From left: Council Member Lonnie Craig, Chesapeake Under Sheriff Jim OSullivan, and Capt.

Commissioner of the Revenue Ray Conner with Council Member Debbie Ritter

From left: Chesapeake Director of Public Communications Mark Cox, Chesapeake City Manager William Harrell, Chesapeake Public Communications Coordinator Blair Barbieri, and Chesapeake Public Information Coordinator Heath Covey

Chesapeake Care Free Clinics Executive Director, Cathy Revell, and Board of Directors President, Phil Johnson

From left: Total Wine store manager Mark Cox, assistant manager Alicia Payne, and wine festival Committee Co-Chairman, Scott Danner

Wine festival committee Co-Chairman, Roland Davis, left, and Chesapeake Rotary President, David Hanson

2010 Chesapeake Virginia Wine Festival sponsors were honored