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14th Annual Celebrity Chef - Men Who Cook
By Community Notes | Published  02/21/2010 | Arts & Entertainment | Unrated
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Brampton - Celebrity Chef - Men Who Cook, a special fund-raising event hosted by the United Achievers' Club of Brampton, takes place on Saturday, March 27, 2010 in the Auditorium – Century Gardens Recreation Centre, 340 Vodden Street East, Brampton.  The event starts at 6:00 PM (social hour and entertainment), 7:00 PM (food sampling), 10:00PM (Dancing).  Tickets are $35 each (includes 5 samples).  Dress is semi-formal.

Among the 30 select gourmet volunteer chefs showcasing their culinary skills will be "celebrities" from such diverse occupations as politicians, judges, police services, doctors, lawyers, educators, financial consultants, realtors, artists, and entrepreneurs.

Proceeds from this year's event are geared towards funding scholarships (for graduating secondary school students who have been accepted to colleges and universities) and other youth and community initiatives.One-third of net proceeds will be donated to the Paediatric Program (Sickle Cell Disease support), Brampton Civic Hospital (WOHS).

The United Achievers' Club is a non-profit organization which was established in the Brampton community in 1980. Some of the Club's aims and objectives are to:raise the profile and consciousness of Black and Caribbean communities in the wider society; provide effective and meaningful role models for our youth; encourage greater participation in community and political affairs; provide resources for adaptation and integration of the Black and Caribbean cultures into the wider community; and to link with existing community services to provide educational resources.  Although its focus is on people of Black and Caribbean heritage, it welcomes anyone who shares its goals and objectives.

For information on participating as a Chef, sponsorship opportunities and other details:

Contact: Marjorie Taylor
Phone: 905-454-4956

Contact: Lucinda Sloley
Phone: 905-459-1842

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