Haddonfield Progressive Dinner Dishes Up Local Support for Twin Oaks Community Services

  Recently, Haddonfield residents gathered for an evening of fun and fine dining at the sixth annual Twin Oaks Community Services Haddonfield Progressive Dinner. The evening started with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres at the beautiful home of Sam and Colette Gabriel. Guests then proceeded to one of ten fabulous homes throughout Haddonfield for a gourmet dinner and dessert prepared by a talented area chef.
Participating chefs included:
- Chef Todd-Jay Annese, Brio Tuscan Grille
- Chef Aldo Lamberti, Caffe Aldo Lamberti
- Chef Joe Nocella, Catelli Duo
Chef Brandon Smith, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
- Chef Sofia Karakasidou Khoury, Kuzina by Sofia
- Executive Sous Chef John Sidoti, Osteria
- Chef David Jacobo, Seasons 52
- Chef Joey Medellin, The Capital Grille
- Chef Markese Beverly, The ChopHouse
- Chef Todd Fuller, The Farm and Fishermen Tavern & Market
  By attending the dinner, guests invested in their own community. Proceeds from the Progressive Dinner benefitted the Twin Oaks Food Pantries in Mt. Holly and Berlin which serve over 800 families a month. Bob Pekar, Twin Oaks Community Services CEO and Haddonfield resident, says, “Haddonfield welcomed us into their hearts and homes for the Progressive Dinner. We sincerely appreciate the generosity of the guests, hosts, volunteers and chefs that worked with us to make this event a success.

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Pictured: Haddonfield Progressive Dinner Hosts – Chris and Lisa Wolschina, Steve and Debbie Wolschina, Bruce and Cheryl Paparone, Kathy and Lawrence Morris, Colette and Sam Gabriel, Rick DeMichele and Sharon Dostmann, Anton and Tina Kemps, Kelly and Brad Fischer and Anita and Brad Bendesk