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It felt like Bourbon Street in New Orleans at Harry’s Savoy on March 7th, as Delaware Guidance Services celebrated Mardi Gras at their annual fundraiser. The Champagne Gala attracted some 115 guests who danced the night away under the jazz tunes of the Barbone Street Band. Harry’s featured authentic Louisiana cuisines at various tasting stations carefully paired with selected wines and champagnes. This year’s festive event raised $31,000, and all proceeds will support the outpatient counseling that DGS provides to at-risk children and youth.

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