Thursday, May 19, 2011
Our guest speaker will be Shalini Chitneni, M.D., Fort Wayne Medical Oncology and Hematology. Dr. Chitneni is the practice’s primary physician at Parkview LaGrange Hospital.
Dr. Chitneni is recognized by the World Health Organization and the Medical Council of India. She’s also board-certified in internal medicine and certified by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates. She has also been very involved in volunteer work in India and in the United States, including her efforts on behalf of UNICEF.
We're excited to have Dr. Chitneni with us to speak to our group about news regarding breast cancer.
As table captains and event sponsors, you'll also receive a packet with your October luncheon invitations, so you'll have plenty of time to contact YOUR friends and fill your table(s) for our October event.
Please be sure to RSVP to Jeanne Garton by June 22nd by phone: 625-3532 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope to see you there!
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
|Chefs Jason Fabini and Mike Packnett size up the rib eye.|
EVERYTHING was delicious and the variety was evident. There definitely was something for everyone, and if you left hungry, it was your own fault! The locals who donned their chef hats for the evening spent hours preparing ahead and their efforts did not go unnoticed.
Some highlights - very tasty VRF Grilled Shrimp and IFR Roasted Chile and Avocado Dipping Sauce (chefs Jay Curry and Bob Pequinot) were stationed right beside the simply delicious Grilled Elk Wraps (chef Bob Addison). The Cowboy Rib Eye (chef Mike Packnett) looked like something out of the Flintstones due to its size and melted in your mouth. Frijoles Charros (chef Mark Simmons) had just the right amount of chorizo and spice; two steps to the right the Corned Beef and Cabbage (chef Ron Hostetler) was tradition at its best. Station mates and chefs Bob Walters (Bananas Foster Plus) and Ben Eisbart (Italian Wedding Soup) tantalized your taste buds and had guests returning for more. And super fresh Sushi was the specialty at chef Larry Weigand's table.
|Chef Wayne Williams served yummy Jamaican Tilapia.|
Francine's Friends would like to thank everyone who helped make this enjoyable night possible - the sponsors, the celebrity chefs, the silent auction donors, the committee and the guests in attendance. Proceeds from the event will help support the Francine's Friends mobile mammography program, in partnership with the Breast Diagnostic Center and Parkview's Comprehensive Cancer Center.
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