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MENu Tasting And Silent Auction to Benefit Fairness Campaign

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Press Release May 15, 2017
MENu Tasting and Silent Auction to Benefit Fairness Campaign
to Feature Local “Celebrity Chefs” and Louisville Gay Men’s Chorus

Louisville, Ky…. On Saturday, June 3rd,a fundraiser to benefit the Fairness Campaign will be held at Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church from, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The MENu will feature notable men in the community acting as “celebrity chefs” providing and serving food to attendees in a spin on traditional gender roles.Chefs include:

Metro Councilman Brandon Coan
Mayor Greg Fischer
Gill Holland, Developer/Preservationist
Tim and Roy Koons-McGee, Owners of Comfy Cow
State Representative Reginald Meeks
State Senator Gerald Neal
Bobby Petrino, Jr., Petrino Family Foundation
Remy Sisk, Modern Louisville Editor
Developer George Stinson
Aaron Yarmuth, LEO Weekly Owner/Editor
U.S. Representative John Yarmuth

*Cartoonist Marc Murphy will draw caricatures

The Louisville Gay Men’s Chorus will perform, 502 Winery will provide wine tastings, and approximately 100 businesses have provided silent auction items for the event. Donations include an historical tour of Old Louisville for 34 people donated by historian Tom Owen, an original piece of artwork of Muhammad Ali, a one-of-a-kind handmade quilt in rainbow colors, two VIP tickets to the Bourbon & Beyond Louder/Than Life Festival, a private wine tour for 10 at Elk Creek Vineyards, a tour for 10 with box lunch at Yew Dell Gardens, a $250 wine tasting at Commonwealth, and gift certificates from fine dining establishments throughout the city. The full list can be found on the website at www.fairnessky.wixsite.com/menu Limited number of tickets available and must be purchased through the website.

Official sponsors of the event are Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church, IPG Investment Property Group, and Anderson Financial Network. The event was created by the Progressive Action Committee of Kentucky (PACK) who strive to support progressive causes throughout Kentucky.
Contact: Pam Gersh