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Wine & Politics - Phoenixville Democratic Committee's Spring Fundraiser

On Sunday, April 25th, the Phoenixville Democratic Committee will be hosting their Spring fundraiser, "Wine & Politics".
The Phoenixville Democratic Committee's Spring Fundraiser will be held Sunday, April 25th. This is a follow-up to our very successful wine and cheese fundraiser we held last year. So mark your calendar, invite friends and come out for a night of wine and politics in Phoenixville.

The event features wines to taste and purchase from Chaddsford Winery, Live Entertainment, Silent Auction, Public Officials, and Candidates for Office.

Confirmed guests include:
State Representative and Candidate for U.S. Congress 7th District, Bryan Lentz

Tickets are $30 per person and can be purchased at the event. Checks should be written out to, "Phoenixville Democratic Committee."

Not coming but still interested in donating? Please contact the Phoenixville Democratic Committee for more information on donating at, PhoenixvilleDems@gmail.com

For more information on the Phoenixville Democratic Committee, please visit, http://www.phoenixvilledems.org/

Sunday, April 25th
6pm - 9pm
Franklin Commons
400 Franklin Ave.
On-Location Site: Franklin Hall
Phoenixville, PA 19460

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