On Thursday, September 19th, the Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation will host an exciting new culinary event at the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center called DINE OUT. The inaugural event is part of the Tri-Cities Cancer Center’s Cancer Crushing Cuisine Program. At DINE OUT, local restaurants will compete for the title of Cancer Crushing Restaurant of the Year. Attendees will sample the best in healthy cuisine prepared with cancer fighting foods and vote for their favorite dish. The cost to attend is $75 per individual or $120 per couple and includes one Cancer Fighting Kitchen cookbook. Tickets are on sale through the Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation office by calling (509) 737-3413 or online on Eventbrite.
Participating restaurants include CG Public House and Catering, Fiction at J. Bookwalter, Foodies Brick & Mortar, The Bradley, Wine O’Clock, The Kitchen at Barnard Griffin, Ice Harbor, Fat Olives, Twigs Bistro and Martini Bar Mezzo Thai Fusion, and Henrys Restaurant and Catering. Beverages generously provided by: Mercer Estates, Chandler Reach Vineyards, Badger Mountain Winery, Ice Harbor Brewery and Naoi Cailini Óga Wines.
All funds raised stay local and provide valuable non-reimbursed cancer programs and services for patients, their families, and the community.
What: DINE OUT, a Cancer Crushing Cuisine Program
When: Thursday, September 19th, 6-9pm
Where: Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center, 2140A Wine Country Rd, Prosser WA
The Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation continues to benefit from the generosity of corporations and individuals in our region whose desire to invest in world class cancer care has changed the availability and quality of services. These generous investments have allowed the Center to provide no-cost services like Nurse Navigation, supporting patients through their cancer journey, reducing emergency room visits through nurse consultation and providing practical support for side-effect management.
These investments have funded our community education, which focuses on a variety of topics all aimed at the prevention and early detection of cancer, which gives community members the tools to reduce their risk of cancer and to become more alert in detecting cancer early, when treatment options are plentiful and outcomes are significantly improved. Community investments allowed us to provide over 1,000 free screenings a year to our region, further emphasizing the lifesaving importance of early detection.
Community investment in our Foundation is the most critical element to ensuring that world-class cancer care will ALWAYS be available in our region.
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