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Jazz-logo-275x300Sunday, April 21 at 11 am

Join supporters of Delaware Hospice at the 9th annual Barbara Santoro Jazz Brunch will be held on April 21st from 11 to 2 pm at Harry’s Savoy Grill. Guests will enjoy a rich, New Orleans-style brunch, Mimosa and Bloody Mary bars, and a live and silent auction as they listen to talented  jazz musicians, headed by Al Santoro. Patron tickets are $75 per person ($33 tax deductible).  Benefactor tickets are $125 per person for reserved seating ($83 tax deductible).  Contact Joyce Bensinger  Jbensinger@delawarehospice.org.

The Barbara Santoro Jazz Brunch has truly become a signature charity event for Prudential Fox & Roach in their commitment to Delaware Hospice. This event was initiated in early 2003 by Barbara Santoro, a manager in the Prudential Fox & Roach Greenville office, as a collaborative event between the Real Estate professionals and Delaware Hospice. Throughout 2003, Prudential Fox & Roach colleagues, including Barbara, worked enthusiastically to organize the Jazz Brunch; however, Barbara tragically succumbed to cancer before the event could be held.  The charity she supported now supported her.


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