Thanks for a successful 10th Annual Malden Public Library Wine Tasting Fundraiser

More than 250 participants gathered at the Malden Public Library Friday, May 4th 2012 to enjoy a fine selection of wines and hors d’oeuvres from local restaurants while supporting the library. The 10th annual event was held in the beautiful art galleries of the library and live piano music was provided by Ed Meradith.

The Friends of the Malden Public Library would like to extend special thanks to M&M Liquors for their essential contribution and support of this extremely successful event! We would also like to thank the following generous businesses and individuals:

Area restaurants that generously donated food and beverages include All Seasons Table, Anthony’s Restaurant, Bobby C’s Ristorante, Cornucopia Foods, DiPietro’s, Dockside Restaurant, Dunkin’ Donuts, Fu Loon, Hugh O’Neill’s Irish Pub and Restaurant, Jack’s Ristorante, Joti Palace, Kabab Corner, Lantana Cafe, Moroccan Hospitality, Papa’s Bar & Grille, Patricia Cheever, Pearl Street Station, Ristorante Serena, Taza Chocolate, Trader Joe’s and Two Paisans Pizzeria.

Florists that donated beautiful arrangements include Martin’s Flower Shop, Walsh Florist, and Wildflower Designs.

A raffle was held for items or gift certificates from Bobby C’s Ristorante, Boston Bruins, Boston Red Sox, Coffee Tea and Me, Cuts Plus, District 7, John Brewer’s Tavern, Keurig, Lisa Assetta Porro, M&M Liquors, New England Coffee Company, Patriots, Panda Palace, Pisa Pizza, Prisco’s Pasta Market Cafe & Restaurant, Ristorante Sirena, Rowena Rosen & Mordecai Melnitsky, Salemwood Cafe, State Representative Chris Fallon and Wildflower Designs.

Additional funding was provided by Rucci, Bardaro & Barrett PC. Special thanks go to All-Tech Electric, Karen Anderson, Cathy Granese, the Malden IT Department, the Malden Licensing Board, the Malden Redevelopment Authority, Mayor Gary Christenson, Minuteman Press of Malden, Brianna Romero, Craig Spadafora City Councilor at Large, State Representative Chris Fallon, and the student volunteers from the Malden High School Fine Arts Club.

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