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RRI eyes spring success

Fundraisers offer taste of culture, competition

Olivia Perry, of Sutton, participates in the therapeutic riding program at Elm Hill Center in Brookfield. Elm Hill Center is a program of RRI and provides programs for all people including those with special needs through hands on activities using horticulture, horsemanship and the arts. (click for larger version)
February 21, 2011
STURBRIDGE — As we move ever closer to springtime, officials at Rehabilitative Resources Inc. are looking to ahead to their upcoming fundraising events.

The non-profit organization works year-round with fundraising to stay afloat, along with applying for grants. RRI's Wine, Beer and Food Festival will take place on Thursday, March 31, at Old Sturbridge Village. RRI is partnering with OSV as well as Yankee Spirits, located at 376 Main St.

Yankee Spirits is currently arranging for different breweries and wineries to take part in the event. RRI has arranged for seven different restaurants to take part in the fundraiser as well.

The restaurants are The Publick House, The Old Sturbridge Village Tavern, Doctor Rub's Spices, Cabot Cheese, Vienna Restaurant, Overlook Catering, Norm's Best and Giovanello's.

This is the second year it is being held at Old Sturbridge Village and sixth overall, according to Mason.

For more on this story, please see tomorrow's Southbridge Evening News.

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