It may be a guilty pleasure, but indulging on chocolate was for a good cause in Norway Saturday. Members of the Jake Menghinni Museum hosted the third annual Taste of Chocolate fundraiser.
For five dollars, people were invited to taste more than 30 different kinds of chocolate. The chocolate was all homemade from members of the museum.
"Some are ordinary recipes people might make at home," said Gayle Nicholson, museum member. "A lot of the ladies try to find something different and use those; we also have a couple of white chocolates and sugar-free for those who can't eat the sugar."
The Taste of Chocolate fundraiser also included a raffle and the sale of wooden Santas. Proceeds go to fund museum operations. Organizers hope that Taste of Chocolate will be held again next year.