50 Men Who Cook!

Please join us! Our 6th annual 50 Men Who Cook Event is a fun filled, delicious, fundraising event in which cooks & chefs serve up wonderful culinary creations for you to sample. All proceeds go to help support the mission of Suicide Prevention Services.       

The 50 Men Who Cook fundraiser will be 6 to 9 p.m. March 22 at:  Lincoln Inn Banquets: 1345 South Batavia Avenue (Route 31), Batavia, IL 60510

We will have 50 Cooks for this fantastic event. Be sure to arrive hungry.       

Enjoy bite-sized portions of a salad/appetizer, side dish, entrée or dessert treat in a beautiful banquet hall. The event features live music and a cash bar.

Want to cook? Sign up at www.50menwhocook.com 

Here are just a few of the Cooks/Chefs who have cooked at this event: Kurt Becker: member of the 1985 champion Chicago Bears team, Yorkville Mayor Gary Golinski, former Plano Mayor Bill Roberts, Tony Scott of the Kendall County Record, former Yorkville Alderman Arden Joe Plocher, Hillshire Brand Executive Chef: Chris Kline, Laborers #149 Business Representative: Corey Johnson, Dennis Larson of That's Barbeque, Owner of Jacobsen's Lawn Service, Rick Jacobsen, Pastor Jodeen Immer, Chef Regina Lopez, and Kendall County Board members Amy Cesich & Dan Koukol.

Tickets are $50 in advance at www.50menwhocook.com or $60 at the door. 
Proceeds from Suicide Prevention Services of America events and fundraisers remain local and support SPS programs and services to prevent suicide. 

Would you like to be a sponsored donor? We have amazing opportunities for you. Simply email: info@spsamerica.org    
We are HERE FOR LIFE! See you March 22, 2014!   

Suicide Prevention Services
630-482-9699 Office 
800-273-8255 24/7/365 Helpline

Donate to SPS: www.donatetosps.org

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