Food for Thought Chef & Wine Dinner
Saturday, June 23, 2012
Westin Hotel, Seattle
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June 23, 2012, welcomes our first annual
Food for Thought Chef & Wine Dinner, our Chapter’s
newest event. This hybrid of two past successful events -
Tasteful Evening and Memories are Made of This – is attracting
several of the region’s most celebrated chefs who will prepare their
culinary creations in support of the Alzheimer’s cause.
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Guests will also enjoy a lively cocktail hour, including signature
cocktails, live entertainment, and a silent and live auction, before
our inspiring dinner and program begins in the ballroom.
The price of a ticket is $175 per person and $1750 for a table of
All funds raised will support the full mission of the Alzheimer’s
For questions, contact Annie Rehn at email@example.com or 206.363.5500,
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Participating Chefs & Restaurants
Susan Kaplan -
Street Kitchen & Café
Dalis Chea -
Sabrina Tinsley -
Walter Kwan -
Jason McClure -
Shiro Kashiba -
Ed Villacorta -
Auction Items – a sampler
Cod House for 1 Week
Beautiful 3-bedroom year-round house in the town of
Centerville, Cape Cod, MA on 1.8 acres of land
surrounded on three sides by wildlife preserve. Includes
parking pass for all Barnstable beaches in summer months
or walk to nearby Wequaquet Lake (only 100 yards from
front door) for a quiet swim. While on Cape Cod visit
Sandwich, Woods Hole, Chatham, Cape Cod National
Seashore, Provincetown, and all the antique, art, gift,
and ice cream shops along the many scenic roads.
Beautiful locally made blue rainbow bowl and vase.
Enjoy a 2-night stay in the heart of downtown.
Steves’ Europe through the Back Door collection
Collection includes autographed copy of Rick Steves’
Europe 101: History and Art for the Traveler, DVD
anthology 2000-2012, Europe Planning Guide, Tour
Catalog, and Rick Steves’ Smithsonian Magazine.
Special Thank You to
Thank you to
Garrett Morlan for designing the new
Food for Thought