March of Dimes: Chefs Signature Auction

Created: 11/01/2013 9:16 AM

On November 7th, the March of Dimes will be hosting their 75th anniversary at Greysolon Ballroom with their Signature Chefs Auction.

The Signature Chefs Auction not only celebrates the anniversary of the March of Dimes founding, it is also a great fundraiser for the organization.

Guests will have the opportunity to enjoy a great night out while raising funds, making friends and supporting the mission of the March of Dimes to improve the health of babies. This is a tasting event, and they have an impressive lineup of chefs from great restaurants, chefs and caterers in the area. You can see a full list of participating restaurants at their website.

There will also be a live auction, with travel packages, chef catered private parties, and more.

The March of Dimes does fantastic work in the community. And for $100 per person, or $1250 per table of 10, guests can support this wonderful mission.  Head to their website or Facebook for more information.

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