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Humanatarian Farm2Table Dinner & Fundraiser

Humanatarian Farm2Table Dinner & Fundraiser

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Where Humanitarian's Meet Philanthropists

Farm2Table Dinner & Fundraiser

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Starting at 5:00 PM

RESERVE YOUR SPOT NOW!
Limited Seating

The Historic Methodist Campground
Epworth Dining Hall
1250 Campground Road
Des Plaines, IL 60016



Please join Chef Beau and Shift2Green in this humanitarian dinner event in what we hope is a series of dinner parties to not only talk about how our food has changed but also, what food can do to change your health. We also want to spread awareness on a piece of land that hardly anyone knows about. 

A Four Course Meal by Chef Beau
  • $80.00 / $90 w/Alcohol
  • Menu to come at a later date
Features fresh, local, organic ingredients served up by Chef William Beau Blackburn of Chef Beau's Klean Kitchen. Gourmet 4-course dinner & entertainment sponsored by Chef Beauís Klean Kitchen & Shift2Green. Learn how to regain your health and freedom, and gain new insights on how what you eat, can affect how you feel. 

Limited Seating. Buy your ticket now and discover how your kitchen can be your very own healing center! 


I was diagnosed with diabetes. I thought for sure I need to be on meds the rest of my life and eventually in a wheelchair, losing 
limbs, etc. But after working with Chef Beau, I learned that all I had to do was make some lifestyle changes to reverse diabetes and life a healthy and fulfilling life. Thank you Chef Beau!!
WendySt. Charles, IL



Local businesses and individuals are coming together to honor the past, and model the future in support of the revitalization of this regional gemstone.  HMC offers a glimpse into a bygone era, that for many, brings back fond memories.  Chef Beau's father learned how to swim in the historic Olympic size pool in the 1930's, one of the first pools in the state, and keeping with tradition, Chef Beau attended summer camp as a young boy in the 1970's.   A percentage of all fundraising proceeds goes directly preservation and restoration of this 36-acre, 157-year old historic campground. To learn more visit: www.chefbeau.comwww.shift2green.orgwww.hmc1860.org
  


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