Three nonprofits benefit from well-attended Sunset in the Vines

Murrieta Mesa athletic director John Broussard serves as master of ceremonies for the Sunset in the Vines event Saturday, Sept. 7, at a private residence in Temecula Wine Country benefiting three nonprofits that focus on helping children. Jeff Pack photo
As the sun began to fall in the sky and the summer heat subsided Saturday, Sept. 7, more than 100 patrons gathered at a private residence in Temecula Wine Country to raise money for three charities.“I’m really thrilled to see so many people come out and new faces as well,” Rose Again Foundation CEO Rhonda Reinke said. “So that's extra special for us. The camaraderie of three nonprofits coming together to benefit more kids, the community; I mean, we couldn’t ask for more.“It gets the word out to some who did not know about us, but perhaps they get to know about one of the other nonprofits. And that’s kind of something that we’re all sharing here. We’re sharing people that care about children and care about helping children. That’s what tonight is really all about
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