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Benefit Dinner Offers Elegance Steeped in History

Benefit Dinner Offers Elegance Steeped in History
Benefit Dinner Offers Elegance Steeped in History
Cora Meader Thomases

17 Three Gables Road

On Saturday, April 8th, the historic 1888 home at 17 Three Gables Road will host the third annual Benefit Dinner, an elegant evening of philanthropy benefitting The Red Oaks School. Attendees will be treated to lavish rounds of epicurean delights, in the form of sumptuous food and fine wine pairings.

The event includes a silent auction, and surprise festivities surrounded by the stylish gentility of this grand Victorian home, designed for leisure and entertaining.

Built in the quintessentially American Shingle Style and custom finished by railroad magnate Eben B. Thomas, chief executive of the Erie Railroad, 17 Three Gables Road was among the first to be fitted for electricity in anticipation of its inevitable availability to residential customers. The original property encompassed 120 acres and stretched all the way to James Street, in an era when Morristown and its environs formed the summer retreat of wealthy Manhattan businessmen.

We hope that you will join us on April 8th for this important and opulent evening event. Please return your response card at your earliest convenience.

An email containing the link to the evening's outstanding auction offerings will hit mailboxes tomorrow. They include items and experiences that will intrigue and delight bidders. New items will be added and Benefit Dinner attendees will get the final bid on everything.
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