Community programs to benefit

More than 300 supporters sampled delicacies from some of the area’s finest restaurants to help make MelroseWakefield Healthcare’s Taste of Spring a tremendous success. The event raised over $60,000, with proceeds directly impacting the delivery of high-quality care, increased access to services, and community programs for generations of patients and families.

Taste of Spring, hosted by Subaru of Wakefield, featured gourmet food from more than a dozen restaurants and specialty shops, and live and silent auctions.


The Taste of Spring would not have been possible without the generous support of these top sponsors: Subaru of Wakefield; Eastern Bank; Jennifer S. Wu, MD; Action Ambulance; Salter Healthcare; Armstrong Ambulance; Cataldo Ambulance; MelroseWakefield Imaging; Consigli Construction Co.; Hannaford & Dumas; BrightView Senior Living; Residence at Melrose Station; Taylor Communications; and WB Mason.

Participating restaurants included: Bobby C’s Ristorante; Biltmore and Main; Burtons Grill of Burling and Peabody; Legal C; Henry’s Fine Foods and Catering; Laurie’s 909 Catering; The Pizza Goddess; The Residence at Melrose Station; The Whoopie Wagon; Wegmans; Rosaria Restaurant; Rising Eagle; Remedy Exchange; 110 Grill Saugus; Nothing Bundt Cakes; Maya Indian Bar and Grill.

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