Bethany Food & Wine Festival Donates to Beebe’s South Coastal Health Campus
Bethany Beach Ocean Suites presented Beebe Medical Foundation with a check for $5,000 from a portion of the proceeds of their 2019 Bethany Beach Food & Wine Festival.
On Saturday, November 16, 2019, Bethany Beach Ocean Suites hosted the best chefs, restaurants, and wine purveyors in Sussex County and beyond to participate in a celebration of delicious food and fine wine. Guests enjoyed live music, wine tastings, savory foods from top area restaurants, commemorative wine glasses, and a spirits pull.
“We chose Beebe as our beneficiary this year because we are excited about their new South Coastal Health Campus near Millville. We are proud to support Beebe’s expansion and feel that is important to support our local not-for-profit hospital as they continue to grow throughout Sussex County,” said Lorrie Miller, Area General Manager, Bethany Beach Ocean Suites. “We look forward to continuing to support Beebe and our community going forward.”
“We are very grateful to Bethany Beach Ocean Suites for inviting us to be a part of this year’s Food & Wine Festival. We enjoyed hosting the spirits pull, meeting our new neighbors, and sharing Beebe’s expansion plans with our community,” said Amy Popovich, Event Coordinator, Beebe Medical Foundation.
“Beebe is very excited to open our new South Coastal emergency department in May 2020 and cancer center in July 2020 near Millville. Community partners, like Bethany Beach Ocean Suites, make our growth possible,” said Tom Protack, President, Beebe Medical Foundation.
Photo (l-r): Lorrie Miller, General Manager, Bethany Beach Ocean Suites, Susan Todaro, Activities Director, Bethany Beach Ocean Suites, Tom Protack, President, Beebe Medical Foundation, and Kay Young, Vice President of Development, Beebe Medical Foundation, pose for a photo at Beebe Healthcare’s South Coastal Health Campus near Millville.