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Ward 3 Councilor Rob Cesternino


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Rob Cesternino
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IN THE NEWS- Rob Cesternino

An 'Affair" To Remember

Sugar lovers got their fix last night at the third annual Chocolate Affair benefitting the 15th Judicial District Child Advocacy Center.

Guests enjoyed an assortment of three dark chocolates, three milk chocolates and one white chocolate – all surrounding an indulgent chocolate fountain in Cumberland University's Labry Hall.

Ribbons of Chocolate Catering once again provided the delicious fountain and dip-able treats that included marshmallows, strawberries, Oreo cookies and cream puffs.

"The whole concept of having chocolate draws people in. They put their hearts out there for children," Ribbons of Chocolate Owner Pam Hogancamp said.

Child Advocacy Center Director Deb Daugherty added a fashion show to the Chocolate Affair, which spotlighted Wilson County businesses, Crystal Couture, Judy's Fashions, LuLu's Clothing Company and The White Room.

"It is staying with the theme of Shop Wilson County First," Daugherty said.

Sole Unique Shoes provided shoes for the models.

Upstairs, Dove Chocolate Discoveries Chocolatier April Schmitz offered attendees chocolate covered expresso beans and other decadent treats.

The silent auction was more alluring than the chocolate for some serious shoppers eager to big on table lamps from DT McCall and Sons, a "Box of Chocolates" painting from The Art Mill, and gift certificates from The Bull & Whistle, Lookers Salon and Spa, Demos' Steakhouse and Hunter's Point Golf Course, among others.

Daugherty said that funds raised through ticket sales and the silent auction will provide counseling for children as well as community education.