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Davis Cook-Off benefits Davis Community Meals

By From page A14 | June 23, 2013

Tamas Torok of Seasons Restaurant, left, and Pru Mendez of Tucos Wine Bar and Café prepare for the Davis Cook-Off on Sunday to benefit Davis Community Meals. Courtesy photo

Davis Community Meals and the Davis Odd Fellows will co-host the Davis Cook-Off at 5 p.m. Sunday at the Odd Fellows Hall, 415 Second St. in downtown Davis.

Local chefs Tamas Torok of Seasons Restaurant and Pru Mendez of Tucos Wine Bar and Café will prepare a gourmet meal that guests will enjoy with live music, wine and other activities. Tickets for the dinner are $35 per person.

A raffle will be held for a one-week stay at a vacation home on the Big Island of Hawaii. In addition, the raffle winner will receive $1,000 toward their airfare and other expenses for the trip. The raffle tickets cost $10 and the winner need not be present to win.

To purchase event tickets and raffle tickets, call the Davis Community Meals administrative office at 530-756-4008 or stop by 202 F St.

Proceeds will support Davis Community Meals’ programs and services to community members in need and who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Davis Community Meals is a nonprofit, nondenominational organization whose mission is to provide low-income and homeless individuals and families with housing, food and human services to help them rebuild their lives.

It operates several programs, including free meals, emergency shelter, cold-weather shelter, transitional housing, supportive housing, transition-aged youth housing, a resource center and a day shelter.

Enterprise staff

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