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prada aviator sunglasses men hospital.Bill McGee and his wife, Krysti, host the wine tasting preview for the Charles Regional Medical Center Foundation at their La Plata home. McGee company, Outdoor Creations, has been a longtime supporter of the hospital fundraising wine tasting. Noel Cervino, president and CEO of the University of Maryland Charles Regional Medical Center, is pictured in the background. Lewis remembered the first wine tasting event held 16 years ago. About 30 people attended. The wine tasting now attracts more than 1,000 people and raises thousands of dollars for the hospital.A lot has changed in the 16 years since the first wine tasting was held to benefit the county only community hospital.The medical center has undergone a few name changes, from Physicians Memorial Hospital founded in 1939 to 1998 launch of Civista Medical Center Civista was a merging of the words and to the current University of Maryland Charles Regional Medical Center.The wine tasting, one of the Charles Regional Medical Center Foundation tent pole fundraisers for the hospital, started out rather quaintly on Linden Farm in La Plata; the event attracted about 30 people.Carole Lewis, a foundation member and chairwoman of the silent auction for this year event, was among the first guests.She remembered the auction 16 years ago being on the small side. Maybe it was set up on a table in the corner; there was a lot of artwork.Now, the silent auction has expanded to fill a tent and includes not only artwork, but trips, jewelry, sports memorabilia, home decor, wine related items, rifles, handbags and other items that are bid or buy it now is a bonus to the wine tasting, Lewis said.She praised the donors in the county and surrounding areas, and talked about their generosity.very lucky, she said.Sixteen years ago, the wine tasting was staged for $7,000, said Susan Mudd Vogel, the executive director of the Charles Regional Medical Center Foundation.The fundraiser cleared about $1,000 of that for the hospital, the rest went to pay for the event.Now, after years of planning, practice, patience and perseverance, the wine tasting has become a premiere event in the area.Bill McGee, owner of Outdoor Creations, a