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Zonta Club of Greater Sandusky Gourmet Nuts and Gourmet Chocolate Covered Nuts Fundraiser

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October 29, 2019
Zonta Club of Greater Sandusky, a local community service 501(c)3 organization of professionals improving the lives of women, children and senior citizens within our community, is holding its annual Gourmet Nut Sale. This year, the 2 lb 4 oz gourmet nuts consists of a mix of natural almonds, whole cashews, fancy pecans, Brazil nuts and pistachios and are roasted and seasoned lightly with sea salt. The gourmet nuts are certified Kosher. In addition, a limited supply of "Delicious Delights" - a 7-way assortment of dark chocolate covered cranberries, dark chocolate covered pretzels, milk chocolate covered cashews, dark chocolate covered almonds, double-dipped milk chocolate covered peanuts, milk chocolate covered raisins and honey roasted peanuts - is available in a 9 inch round 2 lb 4 oz decorative tin.

Both the Gourmet Nuts and "Delicious Delights" are available after October 28th for $22 per can/tin and may be purchased from any club member or at the following businesses: In Sandusky: Civista Bank, Fabulous Female, Flowerama, Tone, Grubbe et al Law Offices, Fresch Hair, Hair Creations; in Huron: Civista Bank; in Norwalk: Civista Bank & Ewell & Assoc. Inc. Real Estate.

The proceeds raised are used towards supporting 3-4 college scholarships to seniors majoring in science or math; 2 scholarships through the Sandusky/Erie County Community Foundation to seniors majoring in business; a non-traditional scholarship for an adult woman returning to school; Buckeye Girls State; and donating time, funds and support to Safe Harbor Domestic Violence Shelter, Stein Hospice Camp Good Grief, Kendra's House, Heartbeat and Buddy Benches for local schools.

Zonta Club of Greater Sandusky is affiliated with Zonta International, a leading global organization of professionals empowering women worldwide through service and advocacy. Zonta International is celebrating its centennial anniversary November 8. For more information, please visit and
Kathy Kaman, Public Relations
(419) 621-8703