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October 10, 2013 | 7:36 AM

Just in across the news desk: 

In celebration of their new, expanded location and beauty bar services in Yountville’s V Marketplace, fifth-generation Napa Valley family and owners of Sisters Boutique, will host their 4th Annual Sisters Crush Breast Cancer fundraiser on Saturday, October 19th from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The day features Franciscan Estate wines, Domaine Chandon bubbles, and the Sisters Crush Breast Cancer signature cocktail created by Goose & Gander mixologist, Scott Beattie. In addition to delicious small bites, Kollar Chocolates, Jelly Belly Candy and Michelle Ray's "Hey Sweet Cakes" cupcakes will sate guest appetites. Fundraising efforts will focus on a percentage of day’s sales and silent auction items, such as wine, artist-designed jewelry, exclusive experiences, getaways and more.

One hundred percent of the revenue generated by the Crush silent auction and ten percent of the entire day’s boutique and trunk artist sales will be donated to Breast Cancer Emergency Fund, Pink Heals – The Pink Fire Truck and CaringBridge.org. In addition to creating the signature cocktail for the Crush fundraiser, Goose & Gander is transcending the event by offering the cocktail on their menu the entire month of October – both in spirited and virgin options – with a percentage of sales donated to Sisters Boutique’s charities. Yountville’s Bardessono Hotel and Lucy Restaurant and Bar is doing the same by offering their “CBC” cocktail, with a portion of proceeds directed to Sisters Boutique charities.

For more information, visit www.sisterscrushbreastcancer.org or www.sistersnapavalley.com

 

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