Partnership makes Art & Wine Festival successful

By From page A3 | January 25, 2013

9th annual Wine & Art Action

CARSON ELLA CLARK, 2, looks out the window of the playhouse that was auctioned off at the event. It was built as apart of a carpentry/construction training program at MORE. Photo by Kathy Durrett

A full house celebrated the El Dorado Art & Wine Festival at the Main Exhibit Hall of the El Dorado County Fairgrounds in Placerville on Jan. 19. Thanks to a strong partnership between Mother Lode Rehabilitation Enterprises, Inc and the Kiwanis Club of Placerville, the event’s 10th year once again saw a large turnout fill every table, and every coffer as the two organizations attempted to raise money for their respective causes.

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