NEW YORKERS for SEEDS
YOUNG PROFESSIONALS: $50
ALL PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT OUR STUDENTS AND CURRICULUM PROGRAMS IN ADAMA AS WELL AS THE DREAM SCHOOL INITIATIVE. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT DEE DEE MOZELESKI AT DEE@SEEDSOFAFRICA.ORG OR 914-216-9797.
The event will bring together 12 of the most talented and well-known chefs in the Dallas area.
Tickets are priced at $150 each. There will be a silent and wireless auction featuring products and services from local businesses.
Remember, proceeds go towards the Take Root Center in Adama, Ethiopia.
We at Seeds of Africa are very excited for Chefs and Seeds. Fourteen (14) of Dallas’ best chefs will be out on October the 22nd to show us what they – and their dishes – are made of. Let’s meet some of the chefs extraordinaire. And for tickets just follow the link… Chef Jon […]CONTINUE READING →
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From August 10th to 18th, the Take Root Center will welcome the next Visiting the World participant, Amber Collins, a native Texan turned New Yorker. A former public relations professional and 2011 Miss New York USA, Amber decided to transition to a career that focused on children, and she earned her master’s degree in early childhood and special education at New York University.CONTINUE READING →