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Kristina Bacon (left) pours Dolin wine for Amy Raine (right) as Pam Okane looks on Oct. 27 during St. Aidan Episcopal Church’s 13th annual Harvest of Hope fundraiser. Photos by Suzy Demeter/Surfside News
Harvest of Hope, held Oct. 27, saw record attendance this year with 195 attendees, according to the bookkeeper at St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church.
Harvest of Hope attendees (left to right) Emma Ujifusa, St. Aidan’s children’s ministry coordinator, Kaitlyn Chui, Anaïs Ewbank, Eleana Ewbank, Shawn Ewbank and Anahi Casas converse as Anäis and Eleana get their faces painted.
Jonathan Pryde, a classical guitarist studying under Christopher Parkening, performed at the event, as did Old Dawgs, New Tricks.
St. Aidan’s clergy and staff members gather for a photo.
Katie Martirosyan with Crumbles Patisserie puts out mini cupcakes.
Old Dawgs, New Tricks perform as attendees enjoy wine and food and conversation.
Lauren Coughlin, Editor
2:29 am PST November 4, 2019
The 13th annual Harvest of Hope — an event that was nearly skipped amid trying times — saw record attendance, with 195 individuals joining St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church on Oct. 27 for camaraderie and fundraising.