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Lions Club holds third annual All Things Chocolate & Wine event

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Chocolate lovers and wine lovers are in for a treat.

On Nov. 14, College Station Noon Lions Club will present its third annual All Things Chocolate & Wine event from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Hilton Hotel and Conference Center.

This event will feature samples of chocolate, wine, coffee, bakery items, restaurant and caterer specialties and kitchen products.

There will also be a variety of vendor booths that will offer chocolate cakes, other bakery products, artwork, clothing and specialty items just in time for the holidays.

Tickets are $20 and will be available at the door and online at csnoonlions.org or by calling 979-412-1025.

Silent and Live auctions will feature items like catered dinner for eight with Texas A&M Head Women’s Basketball Coach Gary Blair, a two-night stay at the Schiller Ranch and an original Benjamin Knox painting that he will create onsite during the event.

Funds raised from All Things Chocolate & Wine event will go toward supporting local Lion charities and community service projects.

For more information go to scnoonlions.org.

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