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Local chefs to serve up HOPE

The way to one’s heart is through the stomach — okay, perhaps not strictly biologically. But that may be true when you are the Half Moon Bay branch of HOPE Services and the handful of chefs planning a stupendous meal to benefit HOPE in its work of assisting the developmentally disabled.

Said meal will be the centerpiece of “Hearts & Moons: A Taste of Half Moon Bay Event” benefiting HOPE Services, set for Monday, Feb. 6, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at Cetrella at 845 Main St. in Half Moon Bay.

Think Valentine’s Day with a compassionate and culinary twist, and you’ve got the idea of what’s cooking for that night: A meal presented by Cetrella and chefs John Karbowski and Doug Degeeter of Cetrella, Tim Duarte of Duarte’s Tavern and Dee Harley of Harley Farms, both in Pescadero, and additional chefs to be announced.

Following the meal will be a presentation on HOPE Services and its work. The overall HOPE organization has site across Northern California, and has been in existence for 60 years — with the local program, HOPE Services Half Moon Bay – Peninsula Diversified Network, here for six years.

Table sponsors include Bill and Ruthie Palmer and Valerie Rynne (Heart Table Sponsors,) the Settles family (Moon Table Sponsors) and Richard Johnson and Claudia Frank (Valentine Table Sponsors.)

Tickets are $50 per person, reservation only. To buy tickets, contact Brit Krueger at bkrueger@hopeservices.org or at (408) 284-2867.


I'm guessing one post amidst 9 or 10 months doesn't constitute a "blog" on the information super highway. Where been?

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