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Delaware’s Christmas Shop Foundation is best known for their popular annual holiday gift show (Nov 13 – 14, 2012). But the Christmas Shop Guest Bartending Night at Greenville’s BBC Tavern and Grill last Wednesday attracted loyal friends throughout the area who tipped generously and often to support Delaware’s neediest non-profits. The Foundation raised some $1,300, which will be directed toward some 40 non-profits who will receive grants this year. “My mother was a past General Chair of The Christmas Shop,” said patron Jeff Brooks. “Everyone in this room is happy to support The Christmas Shop Foundation because they have done so much for many, many years to benefit our community,” he said.

Photos courtesy of Ruthie Kleinman Photography


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