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The Parkinson Alliance Held 2nd Food, Wine, & Maybe Tuscany Fundraiser on Saturday, November 2, 2018, in Princeton, NJ

KINGSTON, N.J., December 7, 2018 – The Parkinson Alliance held the second Food, Wine, & Maybe Tuscany, on Friday, November 2, 2018, at the Alexander Ballroom of Princeton Marriott at Forrestal, in Princeton, NJ. It was the first year we presented this fundraiser as one of our Team Parkinson events. Over one hundred people joined us for a wonderful and successful evening in support of much-needed research into Parkinson’s disease.

We want to thank all our guests, participating restaurants, and sponsors for their support.

Event guests enjoyed cuisine prepared by 1911 SmokeHouse Bar-B-Que, Antimo’s Italian Kitchen, Bell’s Tavern, Cross Culture, Entrata, Leonardo’s II, Lucy’s Kitchen & Market, Maddalena’s CheeseCake & Catering, Seasons 52, Teresa Caffe, The Peacock Inn, Trattoria Procaccini, and Wildflour Bakery/Café.

Maryum “May May” Ali, eldest child of Muhammad Ali, was the guest speaker of this year’s event.

Throughout the evening, supporters had a chance to enter a raffle to win a 7-night trip to Tuscany, Italy, including four airfare vouchers, and a stay at a villa. Congratulations to George Bilyeu, the winner of this year’s raffle drawing!

Berkshire Bank was the Platinum Sponsor of this year’s event, and Witherspoon Media Group was our In-Kind Media Sponsor.

Photos can be viewed on our website. https://theparkinsonalliance.shutterfly.com/foodwinemaybetuscany/512

The date is set for our 3rd Food, Wine, & Maybe Tuscany. Please save the date, stay tuned on our website, and join us for next year’s event on Thursday, October 24, 2019, in Lawrenceville, NJ.

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