What a wonderful night everyone had last Thurs, June 13th @ Scopazzi's! The Museum decided to 'change it up' a bit by having a special menu highlighting chef Paul's delicious flavorful pasta in a buffet setting. Everyone loved the variety of pasta dishes, even a gluten-free option was available, and the option to taste a bit of everything. The live auction items were spotlighted in a corner with a big ticket donation of a track bike that looked like a racer and a framed etched-glass reverse-painted framed art piece of the famous Big Basin Auto Tree circa 1910 by artist Zane Williams. In the live auction, bidding was very lively with lots of laughs and good nature 'stealing' going on with each higher bid. The turnout for the evening was double from last year and the bidding was enthusiastic and fun. If you missed it this year, be sure and attend next year. You won't be sorry.
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