Wine and Dine Festival Will Benefit Rotary Charities
The Dallas Rotary Club, in association with the Dallas Area Fall Fair, Inc., will be sponsoring another very special event on June 27 2015 from noon until 6:00 p.m. at the Luzerne County Fairgrounds, Rt. 118, Dallas, PA. The Dallas Rotary Wine & Dine Festival will feature tastings of the finest wines and specialty foods from the Back Mountain and Endless Mountains areas. A variety of goods will also be for sale by area craftsmen, and there will be musical entertainment all day long.
The Dallas Rotary Club is an all-volunteer service organization and will be conducting this event to support their many charities such as a Christmas shopping spree for less fortunate children, book scholarships for deserving college-bound high school seniors, support of the Back Mountain Food Pantry, holiday event for our senior citizens, the Salvation Army Kettle Drive, and much more. On the international level, they support Rotary International’s campaign to end polio around the world.
Tickets will be $15.00 in advance and $25.00 at the door. Designated drivers will be admitted for a reduced fee of $5.00 and be given special identification.
If you would like to participate as a food or craft vendor, please call Melissa at 852-9591 or contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rotary Club of Dallas – serving the Back Mountain since 1927
The Dallas Rotary Club is an all-volunteer organization and will be conducting this event to support their various charities such as a Christmas shopping spree for less fortunate children, book scholarships for deserving college-bound high school seniors, support of the Back Mountain Food Pantry and the Salvation Army Kettle Drive, and much more. On the international level, they support Rotary International’s pledge to end polio around the world.
This year, the Rotary Club of Dallas is celebrating our 88th anniversary. Rotary has always been a cornerstone of our Back Mountain community with our first charitable act being a dinner to honor the veterans of the Civil War. The landscape of the Dallas area has dramatically changed, but Rotary continues to be that cornerstone.
Rotary has always worked hard to meet the needs of our community. The less fortunate still rely on Rotary to brighten lives through the Children’s Christmas Shopping Spree, the Back Mountain Food Pantry donations, gifts to the Dallas Senior Center clients, and much more.
Membership in our club is on the rise, and new fundraisers are being explored to help us meet these increasing needs. We are a close group who meet all of these opportunities with great determination and enthusiasm.
We are proud to be active participants and contributors to:
|Luzerne County Fall Fair||Back Mountain Memorial Library|
|Town Clock, Rt. 415||Dallas Harvest Festival|
|Back Mountain Food Pantry||Children’s Christmas Shopping Spree|
|First Responders Recognition||Book Scholarships|
|Youth Exchange Program||Group Study Exchange|
|Dictionary Project||Rotary Youth Leadership Program|
|Salvation Army Kettle Drive||Polio Eradication Campaign|
|Wyoming Valley Children’s Assoc.||Habitat for Humanity|
|Dallas Senior Center||Rt.309/415 Triangle Improvement|
The planning committee, composed of individuals from the Rotary Club of Dallas and the Dallas Area Fall Fair, Inc., has held several meetings to make all of the arrangements for this returning event. Seated, from left: Kim Shina, Jason Jolley, Melissa Saxon, Paul Saxon, Dale Estep. Standing: Sandy Peoples, Art Peoples, Kelvin Swanger, Paul G. Bella, Colette Mahoney, Mike Kmetz, Judy Kmetz.