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March 22, 2010

Whole Foods something or other

Whole Foods signboard

I'd like to tell you about a "beer, wine, food and silent auction" event taking place at the Harbor East Whole Foods Tuesday.

But all I've got is this photo of a signboard.

Midnight Sun blogger Sam Sessa was good enough to snap the picture and send it along to me.

Now, if only someone at Whole Foods would be good enough to return my call and fill me in on the details ...

Then again, the signboard pretty much says it all. If you can't quite make it all out:

It's 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

$10 includes food

$15 includes food, beer and wine

All proceeds go to the Whole Planet Foundation.


Sun photo by Sam Sessa

Posted by Laura Vozzella at 5:38 PM | | Comments (5)


Cocktail Party and Silent Auction at Whole Foods Market, Harbor East!
Tuesday, March 23, 5-8 pm
Kids under 5 are FREE!
All proceeds go to the Whole Planet Foundation.
Silent auction items are varied.

Tickets: $10- Food, $15- Food, Wine & Beer
Menu for the Evening Featuring:
Gourmet Hors d’oeuvres with Vegan and Vegetarian options, Sushi and Decadent Desserts, Kid friendly foods.

Wine from Bin 604
and Beer from Clipper City

See you there!

Why not go to customer service likes the sign says?I instead of relying on sessa all the time?

I called customer service and they transferred me to the voicemail of some marketing person who never called me back. LV

You can buy tickets in advance or at the door. There will be over $5k worth of auction items including catered cocktail parties, kid's birthday package, catered lunch for 20, coffee and bagel or pastry every day for the year, restaurant gift cards, retail gift cards, portrait packages, nutrition consultations, personal training, cooking classes and more!

For more information email

sounds FUN!!

Whole Foods, Wholesale Replica Handbags, hmmm. I totally get your link, you shilling spammer!

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