‘Dining in Darkness' a success

2010-03-25T07:50:00Z ‘Dining in Darkness' a success missoulian.com
March 25, 2010 7:50 am

Many of us got to witness the outpouring of love, generosity and spirit from our Missoula Community last Saturday night (March 20) at "Dining in Darkness."

Jane Shober put together a fundraiser/senior project from the heart. Guests were blindfolded and led to their tables and ate and talked to one another without being able to see. We all not only felt the love from the community, we ate from the generosity of Dan Carlino and the Doubletree, and we saw an amazing young woman fight back her affliction with grace, passion for life and strength in spirit. Great job, Janie.

Laura Snyder, Missoula

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