Chocolate & Wine Frolic Raises $15,000 for SCOLA

October 23, 2019

More than 350 people filled the ballroom at the Scranton Cultural Center for the 2019 Chocolate & Wine Frolic Goes Broadway on Sunday, Oct. 20. Attendees sipped wine, sampled sweet and savory chocolate dishes, and enjoyed Broadway’s biggest hits performed by Stephen Murphy and Michele Conaboy McGrath. The event raised $15,000 for the Scranton Council of Literacy Advance (SCOLA), UNC’s free adult literacy and English as a Second Language education programs.

Thank you to everyone who came out to make the night a sweet success, and a special thanks to the following:  Sponsors – Grimm Construction, Inc., Geisinger, WNEP-16, PNC Bank, AmeriHealth Caritas Northeast, Lamar Advertising, Entercom, Highmark, American Janitor & Paper Supply, The Times Tribune, Community Bank, N.A., Citizens Savings Bank, FNCB Bank, Topp Business Solutions, Sprint Print, BlackOut Design  Vendors – Barbour’s Bakery, Bartolai Winery, Barnyard Cidery, Case Quattro Winery, Edible Arrangements, Electric City Bakehouse, Food and Fire BBQ-Taphouse, Gertrude Hawk Chocolates, Harvest Seasonal Grill and Wine Bar, Hilton Scranton and Conference Center, Igourmet Foods, Lucchi Family Wine Cellars, Manning Farm Dairy, Morrison Food Service, Pittston Popcorn Company, Shadowbrook Resort, Space Time Mead and Cider Works, Sugar Plum Chocolates, Texas Roadhouse Raffle Donors – AAA North Penn, Amendolaro, Elizabeth Burns, Cooper’s Seafood House, Cosmic Cinemas, Hilton Scranton and Conference Center, Nada & Co., Nibbles & Bits, NOTE Fragrances, Osborne Specialties, POSH @ The Scranton Club, Spirited Art, Texas Roadhouse, Thirteen Olives, Waverly General Store, Zummo’s Cafe