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Wine tasting event coming to Georgetown

The Brown County Health and Wellness Foundation is making plans for a Wine Tasting Event being held from 3 to 7 p.m. Saturday, June 20. The Wine Tasting will feature wines from several area wineries including Bardwell Winery, Bent Tree Winery, Caesar Creek Vineyards, Hanover Winery, Henke Winery, Indian Spring Winery, LaVigna Estate Winery, Meranda-Nixon Winery and The Winery at Versailles.

Members of the Foundation will host the Wine Tasting. Tickets are $10 for five samples, or use three tickets for a glass of your favorite wine.

The Wine Tasting will take place in tents located at South Main and Cherry Streets on the Courthouse Square in Georgetown. Food vendors, crafters and entertainment sponsored by the Courthouse Square Association will also be part of what promises to be an enjoyable afternoon and evening.

The Brown County Health and Wellness Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide programs and services designed to promote the general health and well-being of the citizens of Brown County. In the past, the Foundation has benefited the people of Brown County through the purchase of AED equipment and supplies, a scholarship program for those students seeking a medical career, an Annual Dental Awareness Program for our County’s Fourth graders, and help for people navigating through large medical bills.

For more information concerning the Brown County Health and Wellness Foundation, contact Teri Baumann, Foundation Secretary, at 937-446-3101.

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