Rotary Harvest Brew Fest


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The Wallkill Valley Rotary Club ( which serves Franklin, Hamburg, Hardyston, Ogdensburg, Sussex and Wantage) will host the Rotary Harvest Brew Fest on Saturday, Sept. 13 from 1 to 6 p.m. at Franklin Firemen’s Pavilion, Parker & Buckwheat Road in Franklin.

A $20 entrance fee offers a free glass and six coupons to try the taste of 10 different world class beers. Music is by “The Jones band” playing classical rock, “The Culver Gap band” playing Blue Grass and several others. Designated driver tickets are $10 include soda and a free bratwurst platter.

Bavarian beer pretzels and bratwurst platters can be purchased at the food Bar from our Rotarians.

Proceeds of this fund raiser go to the Rotary International fight against Polio, Scholarships at High Point Regional High School, Wallkill High School, Sussex County Vocational School, Pope Johns High School, support our local first aid squads and many other Community projects.

Wallkill Valley Rotary has been raising funds for these and many other community projects since 1946 with more than $100,000 raised for Polio Plus and more than $200,000 for Scholarships, just to name a few.

For information contact President Sharon Hosking at 973-875-9807 sharonfred22@embarqmail.com or e-mail Fred Kattermann at kattermannfred@gmail.com.




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