An Evening of Wine, Food, and Muisc to Benefit the Henrietta Weill Memorial Child Guidance Clinic

On October 16th, the Weill Memorial Child Guidance Clinic and Guild House restaurant hosted "Savor", a special wine tasting event to benefit the Child Guidance Clinic. The event featured wines from the Pacific coast paired with gourmet hors d'oeuvres and pasta prepared by Guild House.

The Weill Child Guidance Foundation was established in 1990 to conduct fundraising activities in support of the Henrietta Weill Memorial Child Guidance Clinic. Members of the Weill Child Guidance Foundation have coordinated various events including formal dinners, auctions, and an invitational golf tournament.  For this event, the Foundation partnered with Guild House, an all-volunteer operated restaurant in Downtown Bakersfield whose proceeds also benefit the Child Guidance Clinic.  

Evenings like tonight help shine a light on the Clinic and the importance of mental health services for Kern County children and families
— Joshua Sullivan

Volunteers from the Foundation, Guild House, and Child Guidance Clinic poured wine and entertained guests as they savored a variety of wines of California, Oregon, and Washington.  Brown Armstrong Certified Public Accountants provided the wines for the evening, which were curated by Certified Specialist of Wine, Pierre Freeman.

Guests also enjoyed live performances throughout the evening from artist Christopher Wooley.  "Savor" was a wonderful success, we thank all of our incredible volunteers and guests who came out to support the Child Guidance Clinic.   To learn about future events, please like us on Facebook or subscribe to our newsletter.