Join Oak Grove Center for the 10th Annual So-Cal Chef Open presented by Temecula Valley Winery Management and Leoness Cellars, happening at Pechanga’s Grand Ballroom Monday, Sept. 11, at 5 p.m. This foodie event follows the 15th Annual Golf Classic presented by Temecula Valley Toyota, taking place at the award winning Journey golf course at Pechanga Casino and Resort with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 11.
Golfers will be competing in various games on the course including a chance for a hole-in-one to win a car courtesy of Temecula Valley Toyota. The proceeds raised by the So-Cal Chef Open will benefit the youth at Oak Grove Center and specifically the culinary, vocational and gardening programs. The funds raised from the Golf Classic will be benefiting Oak Grove Center’s sports and recreational programs, along with a special goal this year of adding a baseball field for all students. As the years have continued, attendance has grown along with the participation of outstanding establishments in the community. As in the past years, the public is welcome to join the golfers in the evening for tastings at the So-Cal Chef Open. This year the So-Cal Chef Open will be featuring 13 chefs from some of the most raved about restaurants, wineries and catering services in Southern California. The executive chefs will be competing for the attendees’ hearts to win the “People’s Choice Award,” while also hoping to win over the panel of all-star judges to receive the “Pinnacle Award.” Don’t miss out on one of the biggest foodie events in the community. Individual tasting tickets can be purchased for $40 through Sept. 5 and $45 following or at the door.
All proceeds from the event will benefit the youth of Oak Grove Center, a nonprofit residential, educational and treatment Center (with multiple campuses) for children throughout California with psychological, emotional, behavioral problems and special needs. Oak Grove Center’s mission is to rebuild the lives of at-risk children and their families through education, healing, restoring relationships, building character and instilling hope.
For more information contact Randy Swanson at (866) 796-6307 or via email at [email protected] Visit the website at www.oakgrovecenter.org.