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Dining for a Cause

By October 27, 2015 No Comments

On October 20, Chateau Ste Michelle hosted an event to honor our food partners in fighting hunger.

L to R: Bruce Christiansen, Senior Vice President, Park City Group  Amy Kirtland, Senior Vice President, KeHE Distributers Frank Genovese, EVP of Sales, Chateau Ste Michelle/Columbia Crest Linda Nageotte, President and CEO, Food Lifeline Tom Douglas,  Owner & Chef, Tom Douglas Restaurants Group Thierry Rautureau, Owner & Chef, LUC and Loulay

Guests enjoyed a four-course dinner from Chefs Tom Douglas, Thierry Rautureau, and Chateau Ste. Michelle’s own, Janet Hedstrom with delectable wines from Chateau Ste. Michelle. Guests also learned more about the campaign to build Food Lifeline’s new home, the Hunger Solution Center.

L to R: Carol Munro, Director of Community Relations,   Ste. Michelle Wine Estates Ted Baseler, President and CEO, Ste. Michelle Wine Estates Linda Nageotte, President and CEO, Food Lifeline The event was co-hosted by Food Lifeline Board Members: Bruce Christiansen, Senior Vice President, Park City Group; Tom Douglas, Chef & Owner, Tom Douglas Restaurants; Frank Genovese, EVP of Sales, Chateau Ste Michelle/Columbia Crest; Amy Kirtland, Senior Vice President, KeHE Distributors; Thierry Rautureau, Chef & Owner, Luc and Loulay Restaurants

During the event, our hosts honored Food Lifeline’s food donors with the Corporate Roots award for their outstanding work helping us feed our hungry neighbors.

L to R: Leah Abell, Whole Foods Market Associate Coordinator, Marketing Joe Rogel, Whole Foods Market Regional President Amelia Pape Whole Foods Market Food Access Coordinator Corporate Roots Winners were:

Albertsons and Safeway
Fred Meyer
Metropolitan Market
QFC
Schwartz Brother Restaurants
Skagit Valley’s Best Produce
Whole Foods Market

 

Congratulations to our Corporate Roots winners! For more information about the Hunger Solution Center and how you join us, please visit http://bit.ly/1MRGJpT.

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