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Sweet Miracles Event Raises Money for Sanford Children's Hospital

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You can indulge your sweet tooth, sample some great wines and support the Sanford Children's Hospital all at one event this week. The 3rd annual "Sweet Miracles" event will be held Thursday at the Courtyard by Marriott in Moorhead from 6-9pm.

Valley News Team's Kyle Bosch and Lisa Budeau will emcee the event. Tickets are still available. They are $40 and you can purchase them at the door on Thursday night. Your ticket includes sampling some great hors d'oeuvres from local businesses and a wine tasting sponsored by Cash Wise Liquors.

"Sweet Miracles" raised $13,000 in its first year. The second year the event raised $20,000 and this year's goal is $30,000.

There will be a silent auction with items such as an autographed NDSU Championship football, gift baskets, gift cards and more. Silent auction games will give people a chance to win a 46"in TV donated by Wal-Mart, or a Movado watch donated by Royal Jewelers. 

Musical entertainment will be provided by the UND Varsity Gentleman and Save Me CJ. 

Hannah Miller, the 2014 North Dakota Champion and her family will be there to speak about their experiences with Sanford Children's Hospital.

Sweet Miracles is a fundraiser for CMN at Sanford Children's Hospital, but it's unique because this event is put on by a for-profit organization. Marriott International holds the honorable distinction of being Children's Miracle Network Hospitals' longest standing corporate partner.

All funds raised by Sweet Miracles stay local.

 

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