100 Men Who Cook Will Benefit CASA

Jasper (NNDC) – Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Dubois County will be the benefactor of Old National Bank’s 2018 100 Men Who Cook fundraiser. The proceeds will be used for CASA’s expansion into Orange County.

The goal of Old National’s 100 Men Who Cook event is to raise as much money as possible for local non-profit organizations. In 2014 over $114,000 was raised to benefit the Indiana National Guard Relief Fund, in 2016 more than $245,000 benefited the E5 Foundation and the Dubois County Leukemia Association.

The 100 Men Who Cook event brings 100 local celebrity chefs together to prepare and serve their best culinary dish for the community. The event also offers music, live and silent auctions, and a chefs competition that honors the chef who raises the most money for the cause.

The 2018 event is scheduled for Saturday, September 8, at the Huntingburg Event Center. For information on sponsorship, chef registration, tickets, and/or tables, contact Denise Schnell at denise.schnell@oldnational.com or 812 634-5299.

MEN WHO COOK BENEFIT CASA – (l. t. r.) Clayton Boyles (Director, Dubois County Community Foundation), CASA representatives Angie Anderson, Nicole Lampert, Deena Hubler, Elaine Schitter, Sara Wendholt, and John Siebert, and in back, Old National Bank Region President Tom Krodel.

 

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