Moorestown, N.J.-- On Friday, October 18, Moorestown residents gathered for an evening of fun and fine dining at the ninth annual Twin Oaks Community Services Progressive Dinner. The evening started with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres at the beautiful home of Jon and Loretta Runyan. Guests then proceeded to one of fourteen fabulous homes throughout Moorestown for a gourmet dinner prepared by a talented area chef. The evening concluded with a special dessert reception hosted by Jim and Maureen Brennan.
Participating chefs included:
Chef Tanya Barbarics, I Love This Food! Personal Chef Service
Executive Chef Markese Beverly, The ChopHouse
Chef Michael Ferguson, Caffe Aldo Lamberti
Chef Todd Fuller, The Farm & Fisherman Tavern & Market
Chef Michael Georgetti, Georgetti’s Pasta & Sauce Market
Executive Chef Jonathan Jernigan, Cathedral Kitchen
Chef Sofia Karakasidou-Khoury, Kuzina by Sofia
Executive Chef Kevin Kramer,
Executive Chef Nunzio Patruno, Nunzio’s Ristorante Rustico
Chef Peter Severino, Severino Pasta Company
Executive Chef Brandon Smith, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
Executive Chef Brad Spence, Amis Trattoria
Executive Chef Ray Spinelli, Sensational Host Caterers, Inc.
Proceeds from the Progressive Dinner benefitted the Twin Oaks Food Pantries and services for children and adults with developmental disabilities. By attending, guests invested in a future filled with hope and helped deserving community members.
Twin Oaks Community Services, a merger of Family Service and Steininger Behavioral Care Services, provides caring behavioral health services to vulnerable children, adults and families throughout New Jersey. For more information, please visit www.twinoakscs.org or call the Development Office at (609)267-5928.