Habitat’s Women Build Culinary Experience

November 11, 2019

 

 

A sold-out crowd of 75 attended the Culinary Experience fundraiser at Trevarrow, Inc. of Auburn Hills, benefiting the 2019 Habitat for Humanity-Oakland County Women Build project. The farm-to-table cooking demonstration featured 2015 MCCA Chef of the Year, Sarah Rougeau, C.E.C. of Oakland Hills Country Club. Attendees also had the chance to enter raffles to win culinary-themed baskets which were displayed throughout the 11 professionally designed gourmet kitchens. The event raised approximately $10,000 for the 2019 Women Build project.    

If you would like your future event considered for coverage, you can email Nichols at GigiNichols@DowntownPublications.com or if you need to speak with her, phone 248.515.6105.

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