Fundraiser will be enchanting

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About 200 people are expected for Some Enchanted Evening on Saturday.

"This is our fourth annual event. The funds raised will benefit the Trinity endowment, which provides a limited resident grant program," said Connie Henrich, the administrator of the Trinity Lutheran Home in Aiken.

The event will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Aiken Center for the Arts and will feature entertainment by the Henrys, a father-son duo, and gourmet food.

Highlights of the evening include a live auction with auctioneer Bill Dearman and a silent auction.

Auction items include Disney World tickets, beach vacations, Atlanta Braves tickets, a gourmet dinner for eight in the winner's home and a refrigerator stocked with wine.

The Trinity Lutheran Home has been in downtown Aiken since 1997. It offers independent senior living in addition to assisted living and respite care.

Tickets to the event are $35. For more information, call (803) 643-4200.

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