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Cookin’ for Kinship event set for Sept. 8 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, August 14, 2012 2:05 PM

Zach Grant works on his hand-painted dinner plate, which will among several hand-painted dinner plates by Kinship youngsters to be auctioned at the fourth annual Men Who Cook fundraiser for Iron County Kinship. (IC Kinship photo)
STAMBAUGH TOWNSHIP—Iron County Kinship, which provides adult mentoring for young people throughout the county, has scheduled its fourth annual Men Who Cook fund-raiser for Saturday, Sept. 8, at the George Young Recreation Complex from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.


 Men Who Cook provides an opportunity to taste the culinary masterpieces of many of Iron County’s finest chefs.
 Nine teams of two chefs each will provide diners with tastings from their personal collection of delicious recipes.
 Diners cast votes to crown the year’s top chefs.
 This year the event will also feature a silent auction of dinner plates hand-painted by the children of Kinship.
 All proceeds go directly to Kinship, which provides positive role model support for children in grades 2-8.
 Kinship is dependent on private donations and fund-raising events to maintain its programs in Iron County.
 Tickets are available for $35 each, limited to the first 150 sales.
 Mail your check, payable to Kinship of Iron County, with your name and address, to Kay Anderson, 135 N. Trybom Drive, Iron River, MI 49935. If you have questions, email ironcountymenwhocook@gmail.com or call (503) 380-6327.