News release from Community Harvest Food Bank:
Annual Taste of Waynedale Feeds Area Hungry
(March 3, 2011) – Kingston Residence will host the 3rd annual “Taste of Waynedale” on Tuesday, March 22, 2011 4:30-7:30pm to raise funds for Community Harvest Food Bank for Northeast Indiana. Last year a crowd of over 600 people sampled the delectable fare from 26 local restaurants and businesses and bid on silent auction items raising $7,500 to feed hungry people in northeast Indiana. This year is planned to be bigger and better than ever. There is a limited number of tickets available so reserve yours today!
“We are so grateful to Kingston Residence and all of the hard work they put in to pull off this wonderfully successful community event every year,” said Jane Avery, executive director, Community Harvest Food Bank. “The vendors make a significant donation in terms of the food and staff-time and businesses donate wonderful items for the silent auction. Clearly Taste of Waynedale is a hit with all those who attend. What a great event!”
“Over the past 25 years, the staff and residents of Kingston Residence have taken pride in giving back to the Waynedale community,” said Erin Floyd, executive director Kingston Residence. “We love opening up our doors and inviting the neighborhood to join us for events and functions such as Taste of Waynedale, that make this community even stronger.”
What: Taste of Waynedale
Where: Kingston Residence, 7515 Winchester Road
When: Tuesday, March 22 4:30pm-7:30pm
How: Tickets are $15 call: 747-1523 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your tickets by March 18th
Why: All proceeds benefit Community Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Indiana, Inc.
For tickets call 260/747-1523 or email
About Community Harvest
Community Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Indiana, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the alleviation of hunger through the full use of donated food and other resources. As the largest food bank in northeast Indiana, it collects and distributes over 10 million pounds of donated, surplus food annually through a network of human service member agencies. For more on Community Harvest, visit
About Kingston Residence
Kingston Residence is an assisted living community that exemplifies what neighborhoods used to be, people watching out for people. Our philosophy centers on providing outstanding personal service. The success of Kingston Residence lies in the hands of our employees whose genuine compassion often goes above and beyond. Kingston Residence has been licensed by the State of Indiana to provide residential assisted living since 1983. Therefore, Kingston Residence participates in annual state inspections to maintain our license. As a state licensed facility we are also able to provide care that is reimbursed by your long-term care insurance policy. At Kingston Residence we succeed in meeting the requirements set forth for our community. Kingston residence in Fort Wayne is located at 7515 Winchester Road. For more information visit