Ivory elephant, wine-tasting event benefits homeless children

A portion of the proceeds from Feb. 3 event will go to Birthday Dreams.

The Insurance Professionals of South King County will host an ivory elephant event and wine tasting from 4-6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 3, at Abbe Winery, 530 S. 373rd St., Federal Way.

Tickets are $25 per person before Jan. 26, or $30 at the door and includes five wines and appetizers.

Bring new or gently used wrapped items for the auction.

A portion of the proceeds will go to Birthday Dreams, a non-profit organization that gives birthday parties to homeless children.

For more information, contact Ruth at rhubbard.hubino1@insuremail.net or Libby at libby@elliotinsurancegroup.net or 253-292-2148.

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