Social Summit: Wine in the Pines in Keystone raises thousands of dollars |

Social Summit: Wine in the Pines in Keystone raises thousands of dollars

Members of the Smith family, including Kelly Smith, center left, take in the entertainment at Wine in the Pines in Keystone on Saturday, Oct. 18.
Courtesy of Ability Connection Colorado |

More than 600 people got together on Saturday, Oct. 18, at the 31st annual Wine in the Pines fundraiser for Ability Connection Colorado and the Kelly Smith Employment Center. Dressed to the nines, residents and visitors perused silent auction items while sipping wine samples and savoring small plates from some of Keystone’s finest chefs.

Total amounts haven’t been calculated, but the live and silent auctions brought in more than $46,000, according to Terri Armstrong, special events director for Ability Connection Colorado.

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