'Taste of the Town' Fundraiser Benefits AIDS Project
December 02, 2012 11:31 PM
by Laura Nichols
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Patrons circled President's Hall of the Penn Stater Conference Center and Hotel on Sunday evening, sampling the finest food and drink from around State College at the AIDS Project's 'Taste of the Town' 15th annual fundraiser. This year's theme was 'Spirits of Ireland.'

Between 6-10 p.m. on Sunday, guests sampled local wines, baked goods and event entrees from local restaurants, such as Gemelli's Bakery, Clem's BBQ, Otto's Pub and Brewery, Zola's New World Bistro, Cozy Thai, the Tavern Restaurant and more. 

A cash bar was also available for patrons, and a silent auctions was held.

The AIDS Project, the organization which benefits from the event, helps HIV-positive residents in the State College area find shelter, clothing, medical treatment, transportation to medical facilities and other necessities, according to a press release. 

Check out some of the sights – sorry, no smells included – of 'Taste of the Town.' 

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