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Daughters of Penelope Evryklea Chapter 36 Hosts In-Person Event September 10

NEW YORK – The Daughters of Penelope Evryklea Chapter 36 hosts an in-person event on Thursday, September 10, 7 PM, a Sunset Dinner at the rooftop restaurant Mykonos Blue, 127 West 28th Street in Manhattan.

The dinner features a three-course meal and unlimited wine for two hours Venmo: @Daughters-Penelope-36

Please include your name and that of any guests.

More information is available by phone: 929-240-3917 and email: [email protected].

Over $8,000 in gifts from top Greek brands will be raffled and all guests will receive a gift bag.

Space is limited due to coronavirus precautions at this semi-enclosed outdoor space, so tickets must be bought in advance. Tickets are $80. Proceeds will go to charity.

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