'A Night in the Woods' party benefits the Audubon Society


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Fairy homes and fabulous fake flowers were part of the midsummer evening's enchantment during the Audubon Society's "A Night in the Woods" party Saturday. The Beechwood Farms location with its meadows and surrounding forest put a fine point on the benefit. With a steel drum band and mint-infused martinis, this was a night in the woods to remember. The annual benefit had nearly 200 guests believing in fairies and flower power generated by giant solar-driven flower-styled windmills. The fairy homes, created by local artists, were scattered around the property. The party generated $55,000, with $25,000 going to Shannen's Camp Fund. Chairing the success were Libby Ernharth, Rebecca Myerburg and Sarah Stallings

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