Triangle Architects, Artists Raise Funds for Homeless Cats and Kittens

5 Houses, 1 chair, 4 pieces of art

Modern cat houses and original art are auctioned off to benefit SAFE Haven for Cats

A sleek black cube, a “cannoli” rendered in walnut veneer, a maple cat house/side table… These were among the modern, indoor cat houses that Raleigh-area architects and designers created for The Cat’s Meow 2018, the second annual fundraiser for SAFE Haven for Cats.

Founded in 1994, SAFE Haven is Raleigh’s no-kill shelter and low-cost spay/neuter clinic. Since opening, SAFE Haven has orchestrated the adoptions of more than 9500 cats and kittens and spayed or neutered over 25,000 animals in its clinic.

Five modern, one-of-a-kind indoor cat houses, four original works by Raleigh artists, and an iconic Eames Shell Chair comprised this year’s live auction held in Trig Modern in Raleigh on June 7th. Professional auctioneer Ben Farrell sold every item.

Presented by Trig owner Bob Drake and Ann Marie Baum of Baum Shelter interior design, the event raised nearly $3000.

Safe-Haven-for-Cats-LOGO“All of us in the SAFE Haven family are amazed at the generosity of the designers and artists who created all of these cat-centric works of art for The Cat’s Meow,” Miller said. “We are grateful to our local business sponsors Trig Modern and Baum Shelter for creating and hosting this event. Because of them, we will be able to save the lives of many more stray and abandoned cats and kittens in June and July.”

The 2018 Cat’s Meow auction items were:

Cat Cannoli

1. Cat Cannoli by architect David Cole, founder and principal of Inclusion Studio. Low and cozy, the cannoli features a walnut veneer exterior that brings to mind paneling frequently used in mid-century-modern houses. A real, cat-sized cowhide rug slips inside the bright red interior.

Cat's Loft

2. A Cat’s Loft by Will Alphin, founder and principal of REdesign.build, and his talented team. The sleek black cube features the smooth, satin finish of a fine piece of furniture. The cube sits on a metal frame base, allowing the piece to do double duty as a cat’s modern loft and a side table. The opening lets the resident peek out from this elegant hiding place. A removable lid allows humans to locate their feline friend quickly, vacuum up the accumulated cat hair, and get rid of the occasional fur ball with ease.

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3. Cat House/Modern Side Table by Corey Baughman of Clearscapes. The piece is composed of solid maple and brass with a painted light-blue exterior and wax finish. The inverted form is reminiscent of a traditional concept of “house.” The interior is carved. The exterior is smooth. And elevated on tapered legs, it can serve as both cat house and modern side table. There’s also a cup holder on the surface.

Vertical Modern Cat Tower

4. Vertical Modern Cat Tower by artist and interior designer Clark Hipolito, founder and principal of The Art Co. Created with a cat’s love of climbing in mind, the tall Tower features lots of scratching surfaces and a very “climbable” structure.  A couple of dangling green balls for batting around complete the contemporary composition.

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5. California Cliff-Hanger…on Casters! by Jamie Smith of Xylem, Inc. cabinetmakers. Utilizing the economy of the “S” shape, this creative cat house offers three levels – internal and external – rendered in white and wood-grain laminates. Today, a real California Cliffhanger might feature a “green,” or vegetated roof. This roof is covered in carpeting, however, that inspires hours of scratching. And napping. And the casters let the owner’s human move it around to find a sunny spot, offer a view out a window, tuck into a dark corner if strangers come in the house…

Eames Chair plus Cat Illus. copy

6 Eames Molded Fiberglass Shell Chair donated by Bob Drake, owner, Trig Modern, and “Smalls on Eames Chair” original illustration by Karen Kluttz. The chair, originally designed in 1950, and Kluttz’s illustration of her own cat, “Smalls,” on two red Eames shell chairs, were auctioned off together.

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7. “Sofa Snoozer” and “Fish Market,” original illustrations by Karen Kluttz. A Visual Arts Exchange artist, Karen Kluttz donated three cat-related pieces to The Cat’s Meow 2018.

Louis St. Lewiis 2018

8. Untitled by Louis St. Louis. To borrow some words from critic D. Eric Bookhardt, Gambit Weekly, New Orleans, the artist created this piece especially for The Cat’s Meow as one of his series of “smallish collages…a mix of pop and classical images cut up and sandwiched between sheets of glass. Touched up with paint and displayed in ornate frames…”

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About The Cat’s Meow:  The Cat’s Meow is an annual party and auction of modern, professionally designed indoor houses for cats to benefit SAFE Haven for Cats in Raleigh, sponsored by Trig Modern and Baum Shelter, both of Raleigh.  For more information, visit this year’s Facebook page.

For more information on SAFE Haven for Cats in Raleigh: www.safehavenforcats.org.

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Nowell’s Fund to Fight Multiple Myeloma To Host Kick-Off Event

 

The public is invited to help launch the holiday fundraiser. 

 

November 26, 2010 (CARY, NC) — Nowell’s Contemporary Furniture in Cary will launch its holiday fundraiser to benefit multiple myeloma research at Duke University Medical Center with an in-store kick-off on Tuesday, December 7, from 6-8 p.m. The event will include giveaways, music, refreshments, and a brief presentation on the illness as well as Nowell’s fundraising effort, “Nowell’s Fund To Fight Multiple Myeloma.” The public is invited.

 

Nowell’s owner Jerry Nowell was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a cancer of the white blood cells, earlier this year and is currently undergoing treatment.

 

The purpose of the December 7 kick-off event is to raise awareness of multiple myeloma and to highlight the two ongoing fundraising events at Nowell’s Contemporary Furniture:

 

(1) An online auction of fine furnishings from Nowell’s that has been featured on the set of NBC 17’s “My Carolina Today” show.

 

(2) The in-store Ekornes benefit: Every customer who purchases an Ekornes Stressless Recliner during the holiday season and donates $50 to Nowell’s Fund To Fight Multiple Myeloma will receive a $200 discount off his or her purchase. The Ekornes fundraiser began Thanksgiving weekend. Party “giveaways” will be provided by Ekornes.

 

Multiple Myeloma is diagnosed in approximately 20,000 new patients every year in the US, and the illness claims the lives of nearly half that number annually. While there is currently no cure for multiple myeloma, on-going research raises great hope that emerging therapies may make this a manageable disease and, ultimately, lead to a cure.

 

All contributions to the Nowell’s Fund To Fight Multiple Myeloma will benefit multiple myeloma research at the Duke Medical Center. For more information on the fundraiser, visit http://nowellsfurniture.com/multiplemyeloma.aspx.

 

Nowell’s Contemporary Furniture is located 900 East Chatham Street, Cary, NC 27511. For more information and directions, go to www.nowellsfurniture.com.

 

About Nowell’s Contemporary Furniture:

 

Nowell’s Contemporary Furniture is located at 900 E. Chatham St., Cary, NC 27511. Operated by Jerry Nowell, the store is in its third generation of local ownership with a commitment to contemporary and modern furniture supported by a talented in-store design team and professional delivery crew. “Defining Style Since 1905.” For more information: www.nowellsfurniture.com.

 

Five New Sponsors Sign On For RHA Howell’s “Blue Tie Casino Night”

March 8, 2010 (RALEIGH, NC) – RHA Howell, Inc., a not-for-profit organization that has been helping people with disabilities and special needs and their families for more than 35 years, is pleased to announce five new “Friends Circle” level sponsors for RHA Howell’s Blue Tie Casino Night.

Blue Tie Casino Night is a major fundraiser to be held in New Bern, NC, on Saturday, April 17, beginning at 6 p.m. Proceeds will benefit the children and adults at RHA Howell’s Tar River and Greenville Group Homes, and River Bend Centers. The event will include music, fine food, signature drinks and a host of non-cash-prize casino-style games, such as Poker, Blackjack, and Roulette.

The five new “Friends Circle” sponsors ($500) are:

– Carolina Mobility & Seating, Inc., specialists in pediatric mobility and seating for eastern and central North Carolina and the Hampton Roads area of Virginia (www.carolinamobility.com)

– Bill Schmidt of Van Products, a Raleigh-based company that meets the specialized transportation requirements of physically challenged individuals (www.vanproducts.com).

–  Hastings Ford, the Greenville, NC, dealership for new and pre-owned Ford vehicles and rentals (www.greenvillenewcars.dealerconnection.com).

– Tandemlock, a New Bern-based company that designs and manufactures customized lifting and mobilizing jobs for the transport industry, all branches of the military, port authorities, governments and agencies around the world (www.tandemlock.com).

– Morcom Medical Consultants, PLLC (formerly known as Medical Management Company), which was founded in 1995 by William Cromer, MD, and his partner John Moore, PA-C.  Both Dr. Cromer and Morris have been caring for clients in the eastern RHA Howell facilities since that time. Dr. Cromer serves as Medical Director.

“It’s so gratifying when the wonderful people we work with us show their support for our fundraisers, especially in such a difficult economy and with devastating cuts in our funding,” said Debbie Valentine, RHA Howell’s marketing and special events planner. “The generosity of everyone represented in our ‘Friends Circle’ is an example of how we work together to open the world to people with disabilities.”

Blue Tie Casino Night will take place in the main ballroom of the Hilton River Front Hotel in New Bern. Tickets are $50 each with tables of 10 available for $400. Seating is limited. To purchase advance tickets, go to www.rhahowell.org/BlueTie.aspx or call RHA event coordinator Debbie Valentine at 919-803-2690. Preferred attire is “dressy cocktail” with an emphasis on blue rather than black tie, reflecting RHA Howell’s logo color.

The RHA Howell Tar River Center in Greenville is a pediatric unit supporting 30 medically fragile infants and children with disabilities. The Greenville Group Homes provide quality care for children and teenagers with developmental delays and special needs. The RHA Howell River Bend Center in New Bern is home to 125 children and young adults with developmental disabilities. Proceeds from the Blue Tie Casino Night will directly benefit each person served by these programs.

For more information on RHA Howell, Inc., visit www.rhahowell.org.

About RHA Howell, Inc.:

RHA Howell is a not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) organization that has been helping people with disabilities and special needs, and their families, make choices to live more independently for more than 35 years. Integrity, high standards for quality, hard work are at the core of every RHA Howell disability assistance program. Proven leaders in caring for people, RHA Howell, Inc. is a pioneering force in the field of human services, particularly supporting infants and children. For more information, go to www.rhahowell.org.

Metro Magazine Signs On As Major Sponsor For “Blue Tie Casino Night”

February 23, 2010 (NEW BERN, NC) – RHA Howell, Inc. is pleased to announce that Raleigh Metro Magazine, the city-regional monthly magazine with coverage from the Triangle region to the coast of North Carolina, has become the first Platinum Sponsor for Blue Tie Casino Night, a major fundraising event to be held in New Bern, NC, on April 17th. Proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit children and adults with disabilities.

The Platinum Sponsorship level is worth $5000. The magazine’s in-kind donation is a full-page, color advertisement for the event in its March edition.

Metro’s editor and publisher Bernie Reeves is well-known for supporting a variety of charitable efforts through the magazine and its website, including Heroes of Hope, an organization that raises public awareness and funds for brain tumor research.

“We are always grateful for support from our sponsors, but especially this year in a difficult economy and because of devastating cuts in our funding,” said Debbie Valentine, RHA Howell’s marketing and special events planner. “The extreme generosity of Metro Magazine is an example of how we can all work together to open the world to people with disabilities.”

RHA Howell, Inc., a not-for-profit organization that has been helping people with disabilities and special needs and their families for more than 35 years, is presenting Blue Tie Casino Night as a fundraiser benefiting children and adults at its Tar River, Greenville Group Homes, and River Bend Centers.

The event will take place in the main ballroom of the Hilton River Front Hotel in New Bern and include music, fine food, signature drinks and a host of non-cash-prize casino-style games, such as Poker, Blackjack, and Roulette.

The night will also feature a silent and live auction. The live auction will give party-goers a chance to bid on five major entertainment packages ranging from a Fighter Pilot for a Day experience to a Girlfriends Shopping Getaway in New York City.

Tickets to the Blue Tie Casino Night are $50 each with tables of 10 available for $400. Seating is limited. To purchase advance tickets, go to www.rhahowell.org/BlueTie.aspx or call RHA event coordinator Debbie Valentine at 919-803-2690. Preferred attire is “dressy cocktail” with an emphasis on blue rather than black tie.

The RHA Howell Tar River Center in Greenville is a pediatric unit supporting 30 medically fragile infants and children with disabilities. The Greenville Group Homes provide quality care for children and teenagers with developmental delays and special needs. The RHA Howell River Bend Center in New Bern is home to 125 children and young adults with developmental disabilities. Proceeds from the Blue Tie Casino Night will directly benefit each person served by these programs.

For more information on RHA Howell, Inc., visit www.rhahowell.org.

For more information on Raleigh Metro Magazine, go to www.metronc.com.

About RHA Howell, Inc.:

RHA Howell is a not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) organization that has been helping people with disabilities and special needs, and their families, make choices to live more independently for more than 35 years. Integrity, high standards for quality, hard work are at the core of every RHA Howell disability assistance program. Proven leaders in caring for people, RHA Howell, Inc. is a pioneering force in the field of human services, particularly supporting infants and children. For more information, visit us at  www.rhahowell.org. or join us on our Face book page.

Area Retailers Want You To “Think Pink” For A Day

PIPF logo, newNovember 13, 2009 (RALEIGH, NC) – A grassroots effort in support of Pretty In Pink Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides financial resources for under-insured and uninsured North Carolinians with breast cancer, continues to grow among Triangle area retailers.

 

Among the many retailers supporting the foundation is Generations Salon & Day Spa in Raleigh. The salon/spa will hold a “Gold Buying Party” on November 13th with a percentage of the proceeds going to Pretty In Pink Foundation.

 

For the Party, gold buyer Michelle Pilos will set up shop in Generations Salon & Day Spa in to purchase broken or unwanted gold and silver items from the public. She will then donate 20 percent of the proceeds to Pretty In Pink Foundation.

 

Pretty In Pink Foundation board member Renee Jankowsky, owner of Generations Salon & Day Spa, is also donating 20 percent of the price of many of its services that day, from ear-piercings and massages to hair conditioning and sales of its Caribbean products.

 

The salon will also give away tee shirts, samples, coupons, and $10 “Generations Bucks” for use on services and products. Refreshments will be served.

 

“When area retailers rally to support a cause, the impact is immediate. The efforts of those who champion for Pretty In Pink Foundation’s mission know that we are helping our neighbors, our friends and our loved ones conquer breast cancer. Hat’s off to Michelle Pilos and Renee Jankowsky for being community heroes.” Commented Olalah Njenga, Pretty In Pink Foundation’s marketing strategist and CEO of YellowWood Group.

 

Njenga also notes that unlike other breast cancer organizations that raise funds for research, Pretty In Pink Foundation’s sole mission is to help with the costs related to care and surgery once a breast cancer diagnosis has been confirmed and there are financial hardships present.

 

The gold-buying portion of the day will be held from 10 a.m. until 12 noon, and from 4-6 p.m. No appointment is necessary.

 

Generations Salon & Day Spa is located in Brierdale Shopping Center at 10370 Moncreiffe Road, Suite 101, Raleigh. For more information visit www.gensalon.com.

 

For more information on Pretty In Pink Foundation, visit www.prettyinpinkfoundation.org.

 

About Pretty In Pink Foundation

 

Pretty In Pink Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides financial resources for uninsured and underinsured North Carolinians who are diagnosed with breast cancer and have limited financial means. Founded in 2004 by Dr. Lisa Tolnitch, a breast cancer surgeon, Pretty In Pink Foundation is positioned to have a point of presence in every state by 2020. Committed to providing hope, health and healing, Pretty In Pink Foundation has a growing network of healthcare professionals and quality of life partners. For more information on fundraising events, ways to help and how to become a volunteer, visit the website at www.PrettyInPinkFoundation.org, or join the Pretty In Pink Foundation Fan page on Facebook.

 

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Lather Hair Salon to Hold Cut-A-Thon for Habitat/Wake

logo_horizontalNovember 2, 2009 (RALEIGH, NC) — A Cut-a-Thon to raise money for Habitat for Humanity of Wake County will be held Thursday, November 12, from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. at Lather Hair Salon off Glenwood Avenue North/Highway 70, Raleigh.

The money Lather raises will be used to help sponsor Habitat/Wake’s 2009 Holiday Home Tour & Party later in November.

“We want to show our support for Habitat/Wake’s on-going mission to

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Jessica Williams, owner, Lather Hair Salon

build good, affordable homes for low-income families who simply can’t qualify for traditional mortgages,” said Lather’s owner and senior stylist Jessica Williams. “The annual Homes Tour & Party are also fundraisers for Habitat/Wake. So by helping to sponsor that wonderful event – during which tour goers get to see a collection of homes Habitat has built – we can extend Lather’s donation beyond the money we raise during the cut-a-thon.”

From 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. on November 12, Lather will donate the usual payment for every hair cut done that day to Habitat/Wake. Lather’s hair cut prices are: women’s cuts $38-$50; men’s $22-$31; and children 10 and under $18-$26. (Stylists’ tips are not included.)

Complimentary beverages will be served during the Habitat/Wake Cut-a-Thon, and a donation box will be on hand so customers can donate even more if they want.

“The box will also be there for anyone who may not need a hair cut that day but still wants to donate,” Williams added.

Since 1985, Habitat for Humanity of Wake County has joined with individuals and local organizations to build simple, decent, affordable homes in partnership with families living at modest income levels. Habitat for Humanity helps people build and buy their own homes by creating opportunity, not dependency.

“So we’re hoping lots of folks will decide to make their next hair cut count for more than just style and beauty,” Williams said. “By getting your hair cut at Lather that day, you’ll be supporting one of the best causes out there. We encourage everyone to remember the Habitat mission: ‘Building homes, building hope, building community.’ “

Lather will accept walk-ins and appointments for the Habitat Cut-a-Thon. To make an appointment, call 919-792-0715.

For more information on Lather Hair Salon, visit www.latherhairsalonnc.com. For more information on Habitat for Humanity of Wake County, visit www.habitatwake.org.

 

About Lather Hair Salon:

Lather Hair Salon is a full-service, upscale salon specializing in color, cuts, waxing, deep conditioning treatments, shine glossing, perms, anti-curl treatments, and both trendy and classic styling. Lather also offers special wedding party services both in-salon or on location.. Lather’s stylists maintain “Hair Academy 101,” an on-going blog on hair care, styling, products, and DIY techniques.

Lather Hair Salon is located at 8521 Cantilever Way, Suite 109, just off North Glenwood Avenue/Highway 70 West near Carmax. For more information visit www.latherhairsalonnc.com or call 919-792-0715.

Lather Hair Salon is also available on Facebook and through Citysearch.

 

About Habitat/Wake’s Annual Home Tour & Party:

The 9th Holiday Home Tour & Holiday Party will be held Sunday, November 22, from 5-9 p.m., beginning at the Habitat ReStore, 2420 Raleigh Boulevard, Raleigh, NC 27604. Buses will depart at 5 p.m. for an hour tour of local Habitat homes. The party will include appetizers, seafood from 42nd Street Oyster Bar, and dessert, plus live music by “Old Avenue.” Tickets are $50 each and can be reserved at https://habitatholidaycards.kimbia.com/hometour.

 

 

 

Fundraising Fashion Show To Celebrate National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

pipfSeptember 18, 2009 (RALEIGH, NC) — Pretty In Pink Foundation and the Women Business Owners Network (WBON) will host “Honoring You,” a Fashion Show and Luncheon, on Wednesday, October 7th, to celebrate National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and to raise funds for the Pretty In Pink Foundation. The show and luncheon will begin at 11:30 a.m., at the Matthews House, 317 W. Chatham Street, Cary.

The Fashion Show will include 10 winter styles from Doncaster in Chapel Hill, modeled by WBON members and Pretty In Pink Foundation volunteers. Fashion authority Mary Michele Little of OneChicMama.com will emcee the show.

Pretty In Pink Foundation is the only not-for-profit organization in North Carolina that provides financial resources for uninsured and underinsured breast cancer patients with limited financial means, including the lack of health insurance. In a message to its membership, WBON noted the reasons why funds raised from the Fashion Show and Luncheon are so important:

  • One in 10 women is diagnosed with breast cancer each year and almost 20 percent of women in North Carolina are without health insurance.
  • Life-saving breast cancer treatment bills can total in the $100,000s.
  • Pretty in Pink Foundation, headquartered in Raleigh, provides access to quality of life support, education and life-saving resources to North Carolinians diagnosed with breast cancer, regardless of their ability to pay.

Those who attend the event can get involved in various ways besides the cost of a ticket, WBON notes. They can honor someone by sponsoring a Pink Balloon Display or Pink Flower Bouquet for the Show. (Both are $25 and can be purchased at www.wbon-cary.org.) They can also purchase raffle tickets for $5 to win a “50/50 Drawing” in which 50 percent of the money raised through the raffle goes to Pretty In Pink. (Last year’s winner took home $2500.)

The cost for the luncheon is $20 for members and $30 for non-members who pre-register before Monday, October 5th at 12 noon.  Registration at the door is welcomed for $40.

For more information on the “Honoring You” Fashion Show and Luncheon and to make reservations, visit www.wbon-cary.org or contact Ruth Drum at Crossroads Business Center at 919-424-3801.

For more information on Pretty In Pink Foundation, visit www.prettyinpinkfoundation.org.

About Pretty In Pink Foundation

Pretty in Pink Foundation is the only not-for-profit organization in North Carolina that provides financial resources for uninsured and underinsured breast cancer patients with limited financial means. Founded in 2004 by breast surgeon Dr. Lisa Tolnitch, Pretty In Pink’s vision is to have a presence in every state by 2020 and is well on the way of breaking ground in Virginia and South Carolina in 2010.  More than ninety percent of donations go directly to providing the funding for necessary treatment, surgery, support and resources to help breast cancer patients win the fight.  Proudly supported by Triangle-based Capital Bank, Pretty In Pink Foundation is able to minimize operational costs by maintaining a committed group of volunteers and supporters to further its efforts. For more information on donating, sponsoring, volunteering or applying for hardship funding, please visit www.prettyinpinkfoundation.org.

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Food & Wine Fundraising Event A Huge Success On Many Levels

June 10, 2009 (PINE LEVEL, NC) – The real winner of The Epicurious Vino Challenge, a charitable fundraising food and wine event held May 30th at Hinnant Family Vineyards in Pine Level, NC, was RHA Howell: The non-profit organization that serves children and adults with disabilities across the state of North Carolina was the recipient of the fundraiser. And from ticket sales, specialty raffles, and a fine jewelry auction, the event raised over $18,500.                                        sm chef

Of course, the reason the nearly sold-out crowd turned out for the event was The Challenge: 12 professional chefs from Raleigh to Kinston competed to see who could create the best signature dish using a specific Hinnant Family Vineyards wine as the key ingredient. The chefs pulled the name of an award-winning wine from a hat and created their recipes. Everyone in attendance sampled the results, including the U.S. Food Services’ team of professional chefs, who selected the Chef’s Choice Award.

And the winners are:

US Food Services’ team proclaimed Chef Jeremy Sabo of Porter’s City Tavern in downtown Raleigh the winner of the Chef’s Choice Award. Chef Sabo created a Flourless Chocolate Cake with Tar heel Soaked Cherries using Hinnant’s sweetest red wine, the “Tar heel Red.” Porter’s is one of the Urban Food Group’s collection of fine dining establishments in Raleigh.

The “Peoples Choice Award,” selected by a vote from the attending crowd, went to Chef Frank Peters of Catering Works in Raleigh. Chef Peters used Hinnant’s “Southern Red” wine to create Tournedos of Pork, Hinnant Vineyard’s Southern Red Muscadine Glaze, Strawberry Consommé, Spiced Crispy Bacon, and Asher Blue Cheese, all with ingredients from local sources.

Chef Manny Froehlich of the Goldsboro Country Club received an Honorable Mention for his use of Pomegranate wine to make a Duck Ballotine. Chef Joyce R. Jenkins of The Serving Spoon, a catering company in Pine Level, also received an Honorable Mention for using “Pack House Gold” wine to create her Pack House Gold Tandoori Chicken.

“It was a magical evening,” said event planner Debbie Valentine of RHA Howell. “We are so grateful to our wonderful sponsors, executive chefs, parents, and staff who gave generously and worked tirelessly for this great event.  It was a privilege to work with Wes Dills from Hinnant Family Vineyards and Tim Sitter of US Foodservice, our Grand Benefactors. Fallon Benefits Group, Southern Pharmacy Services, PFMI, Jim and Donna Panton, SCA Tena, and Morcom Medical Consultants were also extremely important to our success. We raised over $18,500, which is incredible for a first time event considering the economy, and we can not wait until next year!”

About RHA Howell:
RHA Howell has been helping people with disabilities and special needs, and their families, make choices to live more independently for more than 35 years. Integrity, high standards for quality, and hard work are at the core of every RHA Howell disability assistance program. For more information visit www.rhahowell.org.

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