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Business & Charitable Events Calendar

The 27th annual Chocolate Ball A Black & White Affaire

2/9/2013

Organization: Epilepsy Foundation

The 27th annual Chocolate Ball: A Black & White Affaire, the 27th annual Chocolate Ball: hosted by the Epilepsy Foundation at the Rochester Riverside Convention Center. Tickets are $200/person, corporate tables available. Contact Debbie Baker at (585) 442-6420, ext. 286, or visit www.epilepsy-uny.org for tickets and more information. The evening begins at 5:30 p.m. with a cocktail reception as guests sample award-winning cakes. The highlight of the event comes after dinner with a live auction for the unique chocolate cakes created for the Chocolate Ball by a dozen local pastry chefs. The annual fundraising event benefits the Epilepsy Foundation's programs and services.



 

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