Signature event to raise funds to provide home health care to individuals in MetroWest
The Natick Visiting Nurse Association (Natick VNA), the area’s premier free-standing, not-for-profit home health care agency, today announced that its annual Fresh Taste benefit will take place on Thursday, June 13, 2013 from 6pm until 9pm at Elm Bank Reservation, Wellesley.
WCVB anchor Susan Wornick will host the event, which will raise funds to support the Natick VNA in its endeavor to provide home health care to individuals throughout MetroWest, regardless of their ability to pay.
This year’s featured chefs and restaurants include:
The Fireplace, Brookline – Jim Solomon, Chef/Owner
Dorset Café, Wellesley – Sue Khudairi, Chef/Owner
Whitney Place, Natick – Christopher Norton, Executive Chef
The Cottage, Wellesley – John Wolfe, Owner
Milestone, Wellesley – Dimitri Pantealekis, Chef
Water Fresh Farm, Hopkinton – Mike Welch, Executive Chef
Zaftig’s, Brookline and Natick – Lisa Clark, Corporate Chef
Fresh City, Natick – George Luse, Manager
Jin’s Fine Asian Cuisine and Sushi Bar, Wellesley – Kitty Huang, Manager
Culinary Underground, Southborough – Lori Leinbach, Chef/Owner
Sweet Basil, Needham – David Becker, Chef/Owner
Belkin Family Lookout Farm – Natick, John Burns, Manager
Jan’s Cookies, Marlborough – Jan Jordan, Chef/Owner
Whole Foods Market/Wellesley – Melinda Saris, Manager
Mac’s Seafood, Wellfleet
Peet’s Coffee and Tea – Wellesley
Fifth Avenue Liquors, Framingham
Long Trail Brewing, Bridgewater Corners, Vermont
The Sherborn Inn, Sherborn – Gregory Talmont, Executive Chef
Chocolate Therapy, Framingham
Captain Marden’s Seafoods/The Cod Squad Food Truck, Wellesley
Tickets to the event start at $50, and all proceeds will benefit the Natick VNA. Event sponsorships are available. Ticket and sponsorship information can be found at www.natickvna.org.
The Natick VNA is located at 209 West Central Street, Suite 313, Natick, Mass., 01760. For additional information, call 508-653-3081 or visit www.natickvna.org.
About The Natick Visiting Nurse Association: The Natick VNA, which serves more than 20 towns in MetroWest, is the area’s premier free-standing, not-for-profit home health care agency. The Natick VNA helps patients of all ages live with the fullest degree of independence in their own homes, while benefiting from the agency’s state-of-the-art home telemonitoring technology, ComfortCare palliative care program, cold laser therapy, and other advanced services.