Received via email from The Journey Through Hallowed Ground:
Edna Lewis Fundraising Dinner
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Celebrate Black History Month by honoring one of the Journey’s most famous chefs, Edna Lewis from Orange County, Virginia. Carla Hall, an African-American celebrity chef from Bravo’s Top Chef will prepare an Edna Lewis dinner at The Foundation Room in Historic Manassas. The evening will be complemented by a lecture on the life of Edna Lewis by renown African-American historian Leni Sorensen.
Spend an evening with friends and get up close and personal with Carla Hall & Leni Sorensen while contributing to the Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership. Seating is limited. Sponsor a table for four or reserve individual seats today.
Table Sponsors – $1,000
Special Thanks to our Event Sponsors:
About Edna Lewis
About Carla Hall
About Leni Sorensen
Tickets for the event are nonrefundable and proceeds go to help the Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership.
|The Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership is a 501-c3 public-private partnership dedicated to raising national awareness of the unparalleled history in the region, which generally follows the Old Carolina Road (Rt. 15/231), from Gettysburg, PA to Monticello in Albemarle County, VA. This 180-mile National Heritage Area holds more American history than any other swath of land in the nation.|
The Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership
P.O. Box 77, Waterford, VA 20197
T 540.882.4929 | F 540.882.4927