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3rd Annual Sweet Escapes Benefitting Community Link
Non-Profit | Fundraiser
Date: May 31, 2014
Time: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location: Show map
Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) - Harris Campus
3210 CPCC Harris Campus Dr
Charlotte, NC 28208

Contact: Randall Hitt
Phone: 704-943-9506
Email: rhitt@communitylink-nc.org
Site: http://www.communitylink-nc.org/about/sweet-escapes.aspx

A true chocolate experience, you'll see, smell, and taste an incredible variety of chocolate sculptures, candies, cookies, brownies, and even a chocolate river! In fact, you'll witness five hundred pounds of chocolate delights and creations that will awe-inspire even the most discerning chocolate Aficionados! You'll also get your fill with heavy hors d' oeuvres, beer and wine, entertainment, and a silent auction to round out an incredibly sweet evening.

All to support efforts to help working individuals and families obtain and sustain housing through Community Link.


Cocktail Attire.
Cost:
$50/individual - Sweet Rate (before April 30)
$60/individual - Semi-Sweet Rate (after April 30)
$125/individual - Patron Level (Sponsors a Community Link customer AND guarantees you a reserved seat!)




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