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Win a pair of tickets worth $100 to Stanford Youth Solutions food/wine event

04/18/2014 4:54 PM

04/18/2014 4:55 PM

How would you like to win a night out for two that includes local food and wine, plus live music to work those boogie shoes? Two tickets are up for grabs for the Stanford Youth Solutions “Vintage 2014” event at North Ridge Country Club on May 1, a $100 a head benefiting the organization formerly known as Stanford Home for Children. Those tickets normally cost $100 each, and this year will include eats from Cafeteria 15L, Dad’s Kitchen, de Vere’s Irish Pub and more local restaurants. You can wash those bites down from such local wineries as Twisted Rivers and Sean Minor.

To enter a drawing for a pair of tickets, send an e-mail to and include your phone number. The deadline to enter is April 24.

Whether you’re the big winner or not, the event’s geared toward local foodies with a taste for philanthropy, and a few tickets still remain. Proceeds from the event go towards Stanford Youth Solutions and its efforts to support young people through foster care services, parent support, family outreach and other services. This annual event serves as Stanford Youth Solutions’ main fundraiser, and also includes an auction for a chance to score vacations and other items.

For more information: ... and good luck on winning those tix!

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