Tickets available for Hog Wild fundraiser on Saturday

Port Angeles benefit’s proceeds to help out obstetrics department at Olympic Medical Center.

PORT ANGELES — Tickets are still available for “Hog Wild — A Night of Games, Suds and Grub” at Harbinger Winery on Saturday.

Tickets are $35 for the third annual Olympic Medical Center Foundation fundraiser at the winery at 2358 W. U.S. Highway 101. Tickets will include dinner and a beverage.

The event, sponsored by Sequim Health &Rehabilitation and Crestwood Health &Rehabilitation, will feature a rib cookoff between local physicians and other medical providers, Harbinger wines, local brews and several games where attendees can win prizes.

Proceeds will go toward equipment for the obstetrics department at Olympic Medical Center in Port Angeles.

“Since we are both in the health care business, we are pleased to partner with the foundation and OMC,” said Sequim Health &Rehab Administrator Ed Ebling.

“We have sponsored and donated to the foundation for several years now, and we are pleased to be a part of the effort to make our local medical center a great rural center.”

Tickets can be purchased at the foundation offices at 1015 Georgiana St., by calling 360-417-7144 or at the door.

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