Barbara and Scott James, Vintage Celebration volunteers, watch Dave Holman pop the first cork at the 14th annual Vintage Celebration, held Aug. 4 at the Museum of York County. The event, a York County tradition, includes a live and silent auction to benefit the Culture and Heritage Museums programs as well as an opportunity to experience and learn about wines.
Barbara and Scott James, Vintage Celebration volunteers, watch Dave Holman pop the first cork at the 14th annual Vintage Celebration, held Aug. 4 at the Museum of York County. The event, a York County tradition, includes a live and silent auction to benefit the Culture and Heritage Museums programs as well as an opportunity to experience and learn about wines.
Barbara and Scott James, Vintage Celebration volunteers, watch Dave Holman pop the first cork at the 14th annual Vintage Celebration, held Aug. 4 at the Museum of York County. The event, a York County tradition, includes a live and silent auction to benefit the Culture and Heritage Museums programs as well as an opportunity to experience and learn about wines.

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August 12, 2007 12:34 AM

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