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Holiday boutique seeks vendors
Local businesses are invited to peddle their products at this year’s 25, includes a display table, EMA meeting registration and dinner. For
Entrepreneurial Mothers Association Holiday Boutique from vendor information, contact Prator at 602-403-8373 or daphne@
6:15 to 9 p.m. Mon., Nov. 2 at the Radisson Hotel, 7475 W. daphnescreativegifts.com. There is no charge to attend the
Chandler Blvd. in Chandler. event, and nonmembers are welcome.
“Every year our boutique gets bigger and better,” says The East Valley chapter of EMA meets the fi rst Monday of
Daphne Prator of Daphne’s Creative Gifts. “EMA’s Holiday each month and offers support, information, resources and
Boutique is a great way to network with other business owners, referrals to local self-employed mothers. To learn more about
as well as promote your business and sell your products or EMA, visit www.EMAaz.org.
services.”
The vendor registration fee of $58 per table, due by Sun., Oct.
Local eateries help NFL aid food bank
Teakwoods in Chandler and Gilbert, and Nate’s more than ever, we’re seeing people who have jobs For a current list of participating Arizona
Third Base and Springfi eld’s Eagles Nest in Chandler and are working hard, but still can’t afford to feed restaurants, bars and E&J Gallo Winery brands, visit
have joined efforts with Taste of the NFL and E&J their families.” www.epicurious.com/gallo.
Gallo Winery in an effort to bring 270,000 meals to St. Taste of the NFL, now in its 18th year, has donated
Mary’s Food Bank Alliance by Dec. 31. $8 million to feeding the hungry around the U.S.
The 2009 fundraiser includes more than 100 Arizona Last year, the Phoenix program, run by the E&J Gallo
restaurants and bars that have agreed to carry and Winery, provided 70,000 meals to residents around
sell select E&J Gallo Winery brands in order to raise the state. The E&J Gallo Winery has been running the
money to feed the hungry for St. Mary’s Food Bank, a regional Taste of the NFL program since 2003 and has
nonprofi t organization that serves 13 of Arizona’s 15 successfully involved the local restaurant community
counties by gathering and distributing food to sites in the fi ght against hunger.
that serve the hungry. Each case of select E&J Gallo “The fact that so many people, many times your
Winery brands sold to participating restaurants and own neighbors, can’t afford to provide healthy,
bars through Dec. 31 provides 35 meals to the hungry balanced meals for their families is devastating to
in Arizona, according to program organizers. us,” says Catalina Lara, regional manager at E&J Gallo
“The Taste of the NFL program makes such a Winery. “We’re a family-owned business, and this
positive impact in Phoenix every year,” says Terry cause is one that we believe in strongly. The Taste of
San Tan Ford helps build a recycled playground as part
of its efforts toward corporate social responsibility. Read
Shannon, president & CEO of St. Mary’s Food Bank the NFL is wonderful because it allows restaurants,
more about it at www.SanTanSun.com by clicking on
Alliance. “This year, the drastic economic downfall and the consumers who visit those restaurants, to Business.
has increased our need for meals by 60 percent. Now help feed the hungry in their own community.”
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