VANCOUVER, Wash., Jan. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
Who: The Wine and Food Society of Clark County, (WFSCC).
What: Robert Burns birthday fundraiser (Burns was born Jan. 25, 1759). This celebration of Scottish culture includes a welcome cocktail, full dinner including beer and wine and a Scotch toast. No host bar available. The event includes live and silent auction items, a dessert dash, and the traditional Bag-piping in of the Haggis by the Fort Vancouver Pipe Band. Proceeds will be divided between the Clark College Foundation and the Wood and Wine Society scholarship fund.
Where: Clark College at Columbia Tech Center 18700 SE Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver, Washington.
When & How: 5 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 28, individual tickets are $75; tables of 8, $550. Seating is limited, advance purchases recommended: www.wfscc.org.
"In keeping with a long tradition, we are doing a Robert Burns birthday scholarship fundraiser. I am proud to honor my Scottish heritage through this event. On this night, everyone is Scottish," say Clark College President Robert B. Knight.
For tickets and more information: www.wfscc.org.
About the Wine and Food Society of Clark County
WFSCC was started in 2006 to gather together people who shared a common joy in discovering great wines paired with culinary foods while raising much needed funds for the advancement of the food and wine education and research in SW Washington.
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit the Wine and Food Society of Clark County is committed to raising funds and supporting an on-going scholarship and grant foundation.
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SOURCE Wine & Food Society of Clark County