Harvest Dine-Out Dinner at Van Rensselaer’s – Raises $1,500

We’d like to thank Van Rensselaer’s owners Diane and Peter Hall for hosting a “Harvest Dine-Out” for Wild Care on October 20th. The event plus donations and auction raised a total of $2,150 for Wild Care!

Many thanks to the chefs and waitstaff at VR’s for providing extraordinary meals.

And thank you to VR’s chef, Becky Alexander, for her creation of a “Copper Seagull” necklace for our silent auction.

Most of all, thank you to everyone who dined out a VR’s for Wild Care on the 20th!

VR’s Chef, Becky Alexander, created a “Copper Seagull” necklace for our silent auction

 

Left to right: Judy Bullard, Wild Care Board President, Stephanie Ellis, Wild Care Executive Director, Diane and Peter Hall, owners of Van Rensselaer's
Left to right: Judy Bullard, Wild Care Board President, Stephanie Ellis, Wild Care Executive Director, Diane and Peter Hall, owners of Van Rensselaer’s

On Thursday, October 20th, from 4 PM- 8:30 PM, Van Rensselaer’s (VR’s) Restaurant in S. Wellfleet will host a Harvest “Dine-Out” Dinner to support Wild Care. Between 4 PM and 8:30 PM, order anything off the regular menu, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Wild Care. In addition, Van Rensselaer’s is offering a special 3-course vegan OR vegetarian “Prix Fixe” menu. 100% of the proceeds from the Prix Fixe menu go to Wild Care!

Wild Care invites the public to dine out at Van Rensselaer’s on October 20th, and support this wonderful restaurant and great cause! The evening’s activities will also include a silent auction. You do not have to be present to win.

Van Rensselaer’s is located at 1019 Rt. 6 S. Wellfleet., http://vanrensselaers.com

RSVP is strongly encouraged. To RSVP, contact VR’s at 508-349-2127. For general information about this event, contact [email protected].

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