Fox Valley Food for Health project, a new non-profit serving the greater Tri-Cities area, is announcing their launch in 2012, with a charity dinner to be held Oct. 8 at Tavolino, a newly opened Italian restaurant in Geneva.
FVFFH is takinga new approach to serving the community by linking high school student volunteers to cancer patients and their families.
Tavolino, a new restaurant in Geneva, will be hosting the dinner at their restaurant at 305 W. State St. in Geneva, to support the FVFFH project. The dinner will start at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 8, followed by a silent auction. Tavolino reports that support for the project has been unbelievable and that tickets for the event were sold out within 48 hours, as people look forward to an evening of food, friendship and support to those in need.
"Tavolino’s generous support of this program is a classic example of businessesworking to make a difference in Geneva, Batavia and St. Charles," said Mary Fremgen, one of the organizers.
If you are not able to attend this event, the FVFFHP is hosting an open house for information andvolunteer opportunities from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Oct. 18, at Roquette America Inc.
For more information on this event or to request an invitation, contact: Susan Leigh and Fremgen at info@FVFFHP.com
Fox Valley Food for Health is a new program that gives high school students an opportunity to learn cooking and food-growing skills, while providing a vital service to those in need. Qualified chef mentors will teach high school students to grow and cook nutritious meals, which will in turn be delivered free of charge to cancer patients and their families. With more than 10,000 identified cancer patients in Kane County over the last five years, and malnutrition identified as a major challenge to those going through chemotherapy and radiation, this effort is vital to the well-being of our county’s families. Modeled after a highly successful program in Northern California, this project expects to make a major impact in the lives of both Kane County students, and cancer patients and their families. For more information, contact Susan Leigh and Mary Fremgen at info@FVFFHP.com.
Tavolino, Geneva's newest restaurant, invites you to come enjoy a taste of authentic Italian cuisine in the heart of the downtown area. Opening in September 2012, Tavolino offers fresh, inviting and authentic Italian cuisine for dinner, seven days a week. With a variety of genuine dishes that will tempt your palate and delight your senses, they offer a taste of the old country that is simply unrivaled this far away from the Mediterranean. Owned and operated by Jon With, a veteran restaurateur in Kane County, authentic Italian food is prepared by Executive Chef Kevin Provenzano using the freshest of ingredients. Featuring homemade sauces, pasta, breads and desserts. Go to www.tavolinogeneva.com to view the menu. Open seven days a week at 5 p.m. for dinner. Extensive selection of wines, spirits and beers from around the world. Call 630-232-6100 for reservations. Text "tavolinogeneva" to 33938 for info on specials and events.
SOURCE: Fox Valley Food for Health press release