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UnknownCome out to the BBC Tavern and Grill on Jan 15 to support your favorite bartender and the Sisters of St. Francis Foundation.   The goal of the event is to reconnect the Foundation with its Wilmington alumni and the local community while raising funds for the Sisters’ retirement home, Assisi House, in nearby Aston, PA. All tips donated from 6 to 9 pm will be donated to the Sisters of St. Francis Foundation  for renovations to Assisi House. Special guest bartenders include Frank Gregory, WDEL Saturday morning show host, and Kevin Reilly, former NFL player.  Please contact Emily Leach at emleach@gmail.com for more information.


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