Manhattan Country Club Hosts 21st Annual Manhattan Wine Auction

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Manhattan Country Club played host to a sell-out crowd at the 21st Annual Manhattan Wine Auction. The event raised over $1 million for the Manhattan Beach Education Foundation, helping to support the city's public schools.

More than 1,800 people gathered at Manhattan Country Club for the 21st Annual Wine Auction that took place on Saturday, June 13, 2015. The event, which serves as the largest charity wine auction in Southern California, raised over $1 million for the Manhattan Beach Education Foundation.

The perennial summer event is much anticipated in the community, selling out each year. Manhattan Country Club has sponsored and supported the Manhattan Wine Auction since it began in 1995.

To set the scene for a spectacular gala, the Club converted tennis courts into a luminous outdoor dining room and dance floor with large-screen video coverage of the auction. Guests mingled, danced, and sampled fares from 40 local restaurants and 74 wineries, distilleries, and breweries. The highlight of the evening was the live auction, which featured collectible wines, exotic vacations, and one-of-a-kind sporting experiences.

About Manhattan Country Club
Located in beautiful Manhattan Beach, California, Manhattan Country Club is a private club known for its superior recreation and fitness amenities, including 18 tennis courts, a swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, spa facilities, and both casual and formal dining. The newly redesigned, modern clubhouse also hosts weddings, meetings, and social events. Membership is not required to host an event at Manhattan Country Club. To learn more about hosting an event, contact the Director of Food and Beverage, Nicole Stubbs, directly at nicole(dot)stubbs(at)manhattancc(dot)com or (310) 698-1831. For more information on Manhattan Country Club, visit

About the Manhattan Beach Education Foundation
The Manhattan Beach Education Foundation (MBEF) bridges the gap between state funding and the actual cost to provide a well-rounded, quality education for local students. Funds raised by MBEF help to pay for more than 70 educators, including classroom teachers, guidance counselors, college and career counselors, librarians, science and reading enrichment teachers, and music teachers. One out of five elementary teachers are funded by MBEF. MBEF also helps to underwrite 21st century curriculum development and a district-wide reading and writing initiative. For more information about MBEF, visit

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