Thousands of people converged in Olde Town on Feb. 4 to celebrate A Chocolate Affair, an annual fundraiser that benefits the Ralston House. Over 3,000 tickets were sold during this year’s event, marking a return to the event’s pre-pandemic norm.
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Great weather and scores of local businesses participating — including new kids on the block Outside the Box, among others — made for an excellent day, event organizer Karen Miller said.
“It is heartwarming to have this many people come after these COVID years that are still embracing this event and supporting Ralston House,” Miller said.
Ralston House’s Special Events Associate Jennifer Kemps said A Chocolate Affair kicks off the nonprofit’s fundraising season and is a great opportunity for volunteers and staff to connect with the local community.
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