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Annual Chefs’ Feast raises money for hungry children

FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: April 15, 2009
The recent 22nd annual Chefs’ Feast, held at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, raised more than $85,000.

Angie Gaines, marketing manager for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, said the money raised will provide more than 425 chronically hungry children with a backpack filled with nutritious, food over weekends and holidays for an entire school year.

Kurt Fleishfresser of The Coach House was coordinating chef for the event, which included an open bar provided by local distributors and 100 entrees and 25 desserts from more than 30 metro chefs and restaurants.


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