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Friday, February 22
I would like to thank everyone involved in the MEF/flour + wine project, your teams and all the other people that made this fundraising initiative so amazing.. and amazingly successful! The MEF, the students, teachers and administrators, will benefit in a different way, possibly from a stronger community belief and stronger community ties. We all hope to see MEF moving in a direction of strength and sustainability; I hope the new energy we created this year will propel a wonderful program onward and upward. We began this initiative with a goal of $5,000; and while some thought that was slightly out of reach, when we brought the raffle to a global audience, we not only reached our goal, but doubled it; bringing home $10,000 for the …
The restaurant in business since May 2012 has experienced tremendous community support and in return is supporting the Music Education Foundation through an upcoming raffle.
The owners at flour + wine are on a mission. A mission to break the 433 curse and so far business is right on track. The restaurant open at 433 N. Main St. in downtown Glen Ellyn since May 2012 has been so well received in the Glen Ellyn community; business is doing better than anticipated. As the community supports flour + wine, the restaurant has found ways to also give back in fresh food and community support. With fresh food served daily and a menu that changes seasonally, the restaurant, which draws diners from around the area, is also broadening its reach, with diners as far as the city showing interest, according to the owners. The experience the owners have in the restaurant industry translates to a positive experience for diners, …