Bocce with the Brothers 2019

Shelving Inc. and Detroit Capuchin ministries, which includes the Capuchin Soup Kitchen and On The Rise Bakery in Detroit, hosted the seventh annual Bocce with the Brothers on Friday, Jan. 25 at Villa Penna in Sterling Heights. Guests enjoyed a buffet dinner, cash bar, silent auction, live music, dancing, and unlimited bocce ball.


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