Cameo Heights Mansion of Touchet and Hamilton Cellars of Richland are kicking off a fundraiser Tuesday to benefit Domestic Violence Services of Benton and Franklin Counties.
At one Tri-City area business a day from noon to 1 p.m. starting on Tuesday, a grand prize winner will receive one weeknight stay at Cameo Heights Mansion and a bottle of Hamilton Cellars’ 2007 Bona Vita.
Each local business will an envelope to the first 25 people who donate at least $25 to Domestic Violence Services. One envelope will contain a gift certificate for the grand prize and the other 24 will have a $25 discount for lodging at Cameo Heights Mansion or a meal at the mansion’s restaurant, The Vine. The grand prize certificates can’t be used from Dec. 24 to Dec. 31 and good through Jan. 31.
Alan Fielding, owner of Cameo Heights Mansion, said in a statement that “We wanted to give back to the community to show our appreciation for all our blessings.”The schedule is: On Tuesday, Les Schwab Tire Center, at 1019 W. Court, Pasco; on Wednesday, Walker Family Dental, at 750 George Washington Way, in Richland; on Thursday, Cost Less Carpet, at 1925 W. Fowler, in Richland; Friday at Fielding Law Group, at 2601 W. Falls Ave., in Kennewick; on Saturday, Washington Hardware, at 6 W. Kennewick Ave., in Kennewick; on Sun., Dec. 8, Hamilton Cellars, at 1950 Keene Road Bldg I, in Richland; and on Mon., Dec. 9, at Beaver Bark, at 607 Aaron Drive, in Richland.