‘Chefs Giving’ returns Nov. 5 with new twist, proceeds benefit Boys & Girls Club

October 31, 2022 | 12:07 am

Updated October 30, 2022 | 4:19 pm

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The Cliff Hagan Boys & Girls Club is bringing back their “Chefs Giving” event in a creative new way on November 5. Formerly known as “100 Men Who Cook,” this year’s event features 50 Star Chefs that include both men and women. Proceeds benefit the club’s members and programs, and there will also be a drive to donate items to local food pantries and resource centers.

Chefs Giving will be held at the Owensboro Convention Center in the German American Ballroom. This year’s new title sponsor is U.S. Bank. Event doors will open at 5:30 p.m. for a social hour, with the event beginning at 6. 

With the theme of “Fall in for the Kids,” the event will be centered around the Fall season and having all of the supporters be “all in” for the CHBGC Club members in the community. 

The Star Chefs will prepare food samplings for guests, and will compete for chef tips. They are all vying for the Top Chef position of the night. You may tip your favorite chefs during the event night, or on the Chefs Giving website here

Individual tickets are $75 per ticket. A table for 8 guests is $400. For all table and ticket sales, contact Kalie Winkler at 270-685-4903 or [email protected]

Each guest will receive two free drink tickets if they bring two canned food items or two personal care items. These will be distributed to local food pantries and resource centers in the community. There will also be a live auction during the event. 

All proceeds will benefit the Mike Horn Unit Club members through Academic Success programs that help members to graduate on time and be motivated to learn, as well as the club’s Workforce Development programs that prepare members with skills and knowledge to succeed in today’s modern workforce. 

October 31, 2022 | 12:07 am

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