Chefs Do Dinner to raise money for children with developmental disabilities CDD fundraiser on March 27 to offer culinary creations from tristate restaurants
River Rock Inn Chef Ken Pisciotta serves a guest at a past Chefs Do Dinner (File photo by George Leroy Hunter)
MATAMORAS — The Center for Developmental Disabilities of Pike County will hold its 21st annual Chefs Do Dinner fundraiser from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27, at the Best Western Inn at Hunt's Landing in Matamoras. This is an opportunity to learn about the educational, therapeutic, behavioral, and family support services the center provides to children with developmental delays and disabilities, from birth to kindergarten and beyond. This year’s Children’s Champion Award honoree is Thomas J. Duncan and CDD’s featured child is Timothy Asper. The 350-plus attendees will be able to enjoy culinary creations from many of the premier restaurants and food services in the tristate area. The center is currently reserving tables for restaurants, eateries, food vendors, and caterers, for both the dinner and dessert portion of the event. Biondo Investment Advisors is a returning sponsor. Econo Pak is this year's Executive Chef Sponsor.