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Registration open for Culinary Golf Classic
Tasty golf tournament held Oct. 14
 
Published Saturday, September 7, 2013 2:00 am
by Staff Reports

Registration is open for the 11th annual Culinary Golf Classic, benefiting the Community Culinary School of Charlotte. The tournament will be held October 14 at Cedarwood Country Club.

Golfers will be treated to tasty fare throughout the day provided by chef instructors and CCSC alumni. In addition to a gourmet lunch, snacks will be available on the course, including cooking demonstrations at the Putting Green – from CCSC’s Bistro Buggy food cart.

Proceeds support the non-profit Community Culinary School of Charlotte, which provides workforce development training for adults who face barriers to successful long-term employment. CCSC’s approach is holistic, encompassing culinary arts, job-readiness skills and goal setting. CCSC collaborates with other community organizations to “fight hunger while creating opportunity.”

For more information, visit CommunityCulinary.org or contact program administrator Lakesha Lamons, at lakesha@communityculinary.org or executive director Chef Ron Ahlert at chefron@communityculinary.org.

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