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Alzheimer’s Family Center (AFC) is honored to be the benefiting nonprofit of Chef Masters, a unique culinary experience that features 35 of Orange County’s finest chefs. The chefs will offer samples of their delicious cuisine and pair it with a glass of wine from the Boisset collection. Attendees will also be able to join live entertainment and a silent auction at the end of the night.
To commemorate this event, AFC CEO Joanna Richardson-Jones and AFC Board Chair Mary Lou Shattuck were featured in Newport Beach Lifestyle Magazine alongside nine of the participating chefs. The cover sports an eye-catching blue swimming pool with everyone relaxing on pool tubes. The last two photos continue with the summery theme with a group photo in a cabana scene and a picture of both Richardson-Jones and Shattuck in front of the Pasea Hotel Volkswagen Bus.
Chef Masters is an opportunity to celebrate AFC’s 38-year history of creating happier and healthier days for families touched by dementia. With services such as physical and occupational therapy, nursing care, and caregiver counseling, the agency strives to provide high-quality care to both the patient and the caregiver.
Shattuck says, “I am tremendously proud of what the agency does for our patients and our families in this terrifically difficult journey.”
Chef Masters will take place on Sunday, October 28 at the Pasea Hotel and Spa. Tickets start at $300 per seat or $3,000 for a table of ten. To purchase a seat, visit www.chefmasters.org.