Taste & Tunes Supports the Hungry in Seneca County

Pictured L – R: Kristin Grillone, Generations Bank; Katie MacIntyre, Generations Bank; Olan Mack, Seneca County House of Concern Executive Director; Sharon Snover, Seneca County House of Concern Board of Directors; Larry Driscoll, Seneca County House of Concern Board of Directors; Ellen Hughes, Trevor’s Gift; Doris Wolfe, Trevor’s Gift; Lindsey Townes, Generations Agency. Not pictured: Haley Lang, Generations Bank; Christine VanDusen, Seneca Falls Backpack Program.

Seneca Falls, N.Y. –Generations Bank hosted the 3rd  Annual Taste and Tunes on Friday, August 18, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. featuring local food, wine and beverages from local area restaurants and business paired with local live music. The event raised $2,367.12 which was donated to the Seneca County House of Concern, Seneca Falls Backpack program, and Trevor’s Gift to support the hungry in our local community.

Thank you to our sponsors: Organizing Sponsor Generations Bank, Insurance Sponsor Generations Agency, Electricity Sponsor Caratozzolo Electric, CVDesigns Boutique, Brad Vandusen Photography, ITT, Sessler Companies, Evans Chemetics, Cayuga Lake Wine Trail, Kurtis Vonbergen & Chris Henderson, Littlejohn Orthodontics, August Sinicropi, O.D., Barrett Marine, Café XIX, Seneca Falls Country Club, DA’s Liquors, Coe Genung, Wilson Press, Dr. Jerome Oleksa, Cobblestone Coffee Roasters, Savannah Bank, Deerhead Lakeside, Alsco, Pilat Graphic Design, Auburn Party Rental and the Seneca Falls Community Center.

Thank you to our vendors: Parkers Grill & Tap House, Downtown Deli, Café XIX, Deerhead Lakeside, 84 Fall, Abigails Restaurant, Martin’s Smokehouse BBQ, Rue Claire Lavender Farm and Artisan Chocolate, Montezuma Winery, Idol Ridge Winery, Zugibe Vineyards, the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail, Cobblestone Coffee Roasters, and Swedish Hill Winery. Local musicians were The Ende Brothers, Brad Ellis & Anna Luisi, and Joe Dog Duo.

“Generations Bank is committed to the people of the small towns in the Finger Lakes. We don’t like to see anyone hungry, but we know that there are many of our neighbors who are. This is one way we can raise visibility and funding to help the hungry in our communities while celebrating the great local offerings we all enjoy”, said Menzo Case, Generations Bank President & CEO.

Save the date for next year – Friday, August 17, 2018!

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