Solanus Center fundraiser serves up drinks, dinner

Published On: Feb 06 2014 01:21:05 PM EST
Updated On: Feb 06 2014 01:21:26 PM EST
TROY, Mich. -

The Solanus Casey Center, a Capuchin ministry, will be hosting its 10th annual wine, dinner, & auction event Saturday, February 15, 6:00 PM at the The Met Troy, 5500 Crooks Rd, Troy, 48098

This year’s event is featuring a cocktail hour with appetizers, a sit down dinner complete with fine wine plus silent and live auctions.  Tickets are $75 per person and can be purchased by calling 313.579.2100, ext. 153 or on-line:  www.SolanusCenter.org


Raffle tickets are also available and are $10 each.  You do not need to be present to win.  The Grand Prize is $2,500 cash; second prize is $1,500; and the third prize is $500.

“This year’s wine event is ‘nourishing the soul’ making it a perfect Valentines’ celebration,” Capuchin friar Father Larry Webber, Director of the Solanus Casey Center, explains.  “It’s the perfect time of year to recall the loving and compassionate heart of Venerable Solanus Casey, all while supporting the Center that is dedicated to the holiness of Venerable Solanus Casey.”

Proceeds of the event benefit the Solanus Casey Center, a world class spiritual center. Inspired by the holy life of Father Solanus, the Solanus Casey Center opened its doors in 2002 in order to lead visitors on a spiritual journey.  Thousands come to the center each year for prayer, to nurture the spirit, and to visit the Venerable Solanus’ tomb.

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