Food bank applauds evening of great food, great support

The Kenai Peninsula Food Bank would like to thank all those who participated in our March 2nd “Chefs of the Night” fund raising event. All the attendees, chefs, volunteers, and ticket holders have reported having a great time eating, visiting and dancing to the rousing music of Don Weller and J.D. Uponen.

All these local participants were instrumental in creating the event: aksupperclub, Bear Creek Winery, Buckets Sport Grill, The Cake Lady (Karen Otter), Kaladi Brothers Coffee, Kassik’s Brewery, Kenai Catering, Louie’s Restaurant, Mykel’s Restaurant, Odom Corp., Northcountry Fair, Safeway Stores, Kenai and Soldotna, Snug Harbor Seafood, 2 Sisters Alaska Seafood, Wal-Mart Store, Chefs Cheryl and Linda of The Food Bank.

Many other local establishments and people donated to the event. Alaska Cab, Beemun’s, Big Daddy’s Pizza, CBC Rentals, Echo Lake Meats, Grant Aviation, Home Depot, Hooligans, Jeness Graphic Design, KSRM Radio, Kenai Senior Center, Peninsula Clarion, Redoubt Reporter, Save-U-More, Sedona Florist, Tammy’s Flowers and Gifts, Three Bears, Joe Briggs, Ryder Galic and Dawson Shangin as servers.

Thank you to all the Food Bank board members, friends and employees for their time and efforts selling tickets and transforming our Fireweed Diner and the warehouse into an attractive venue.

The attendees voted the winners of the event. They are: Kenai Catering for Best Presentation; 2 Sisters Alaska Seafood for People’s Choice; Bear Creek Winery for Best Beverage; and akupperclub for Chef of the Night

We hope to see you all again next year. We sincerely appreciate all your efforts.

Linda Swarner, Executive Director

Phil Smith, 
Special Events Coordinator

Kenai Peninsula Food Bank Inc.

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