Camp Kno-Koma provides a summer camping experience for diabetic children. The camp has a specialized medical staff focusing on diabetic care. The Club awards four scholarships to students from the Garnet Career Center Nursing Program at their May meeting.
Reservations are required for the fundraiser, which costs $20 per person. Call (304) 776-7800 by Sept. 7, or tickets may be purchased in advance at the club, between 11 and 1 Sept. 4th through 6th.
Taste America Challenge
South Hills Market and Café, 1010 Bridge Road, is participating in the James Beard Foundation's Taste America Local Dish Challenge, which explores America's culinary diversity, from September 1st through October 31st.
Chef Richard Arbaugh has chosen to feature Honey Lacquered Chicken with Hand Foraged Chanterelle Purée and Fricassee of Kanawha County Vegetables.
"As a James Beard Foundation member, I have composed a dish to showcase the best of our local food scene in Charleston...We are the only West Virginia restaurant participating in this national event, and if we win the challenge, $10,000 will be donated to Manna Meal on behalf of the James Beard Foundation," said Richard Arbaugh, owner and chef of the South Hills Market and Café.
South Hills Market and Café will donate $1 from each dish sold to the JBF Taste America Education Drive, which supports educational programs on topics surrounding our country's food system.
Diners can support the JBF Taste America Local Dish Challenge by following these steps: Visit the Café between September 1 and October 31; Complete list at jbftasteamerica.org/local-dish; Order the Taste America Local Dish; Take a photo of the dish; Post to Instagram with #JBFTasteamerica and the hashtag of your city (#charlestonWV).