Chefs Do Dinner will benefit Center for Developmental Disabilities

19th annual dinner on March 22 will honor Susanne Wroblewski with Children's Champion Award


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  • The dessert table at a past Chefs Do Dinner (Photo by George Leroy Hunter)



Participating restaurants and sponsors

Participating restaurants are:
Balch’s Family Restaurant
Best Western Inn at Hunt’s Landing
Calkins Creamery
Camp Speers YMCA Food Service
Fretta’s Italian Food Specialties
Gio’s Gelato & Cafe
Hotel Fauchere
John’s of Arthur Avenue
Lords Valley Country Club
Key Foods
Morrison Healthcare Food Services
Perkins Restaurant & Bakery
Peter’s Europa House
Sussex County Vo-Tech
Sweet Sweet Wonderland
The Erie Hotel & Restaurant
The Fork at Twin Lakes
The Warrior Cafe and DV School
The Settler’s Inn
The Waterwheel Cafe
Two Rivers Grille
The Wallenpaupack School Food Service
Executive Chef Sponsors:
Biondo Investment Advisors
Econo Pak
The Pike County Bar Association
Chef de Cuisine Sponsors:
Bon Secours Charity Health System
Rent Equip

— Enjoy culinary creations by local restaurants and food providers while helping the Center for Developmental Disabilities of Pike County.

The 19th annual "Chefs Do Dinner" fundraiser will be held from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 22, at the Best Western Inn at Hunt's Landing, 120 Route 6 and 209, in Matamoras.

The dinner is an opportunity to learn about recent achievements at the center, which provides educational, therapeutic, behavioral, and family support services for children with developmental delays and disabilities from birth to kindergarten age and beyond.

The cost is $95 per person. Cocktail attire is requested.

Seating is limited to the first 350 reservations. For more information or to make a reservation call 570-296-3992 or email lrandazzo@cddkids.org.

Children's Champion AwardThis year's Children's Champion Award Honoree is Susanne Wroblewski, whose daughter Alyssa attended CDD beginning in 1994. Wroblewski continued her service to CDD as a parent advocate in 1998 and then in various roles on the board of directors, including secretary and now treasurer.

"She has been an ambassador to our youth, advocating for them to receive the programs and services that are necessary for so many," said a statement by CDD. "We thank Susanne most of all for being a friend to CDD while assisting in carrying out the mission and vision."



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