Fourth Annual “Greenalicious” culinary Extravaganza and Benefit Concert to feature acclaimed Chefs and International Singing Sensation, Naturally 7.
Event slated for Tuesday, July 20, 2010
with proceeds benefiting Children’s Health Foundation
Aspen, Colorado (March 29, 2010) — Children’s Health Foundation, champion of health initiatives that benefit the mind, body, and spirit of children, presents the fourth annual Greenalicious culinary extravaganza and live music event, which takes place at The Little Nell and Belly Up Aspen on Tuesday, July 20, 2010. Hosted at the height of Aspen’s summer season, Greenalicious is an exclusive evening featuring exquisite food, tantalizing wine pairings, a luxury live auction and original entertainment, with proceeds benefiting the Children’s Health Foundation Lunch for Life Program. This year, Greenalicious welcomes Naturally 7 in private concert, direct from their international tour with crooner Michael Bublé.
Tickets are available through the Children’s Health Foundation office: 888.920.4750 or email@example.com.
With a focus on the art of “Colorado Cuisine,” acclaimed local and nationally renowned chefs will prepare a sumptuous 5-course dinner.
Participating chefs include:
- Mark Fischer* of Six89, Carbondale
- Ryan Hardy* of Montagna, Aspen
- Chris Keating, Consultant and Entrepreneur, Aspen
- Kelly Liken* of Kelly Liken Restaurant, Vail
- Michel Nischan of Dressing Room, A Homegrown Restaurant, Westport, CT
- Todd Slossberg* of Plato’s Restaurant, Aspen
- *James Beard Award nominee for Best Chef Southwest
About Naturally 7
Moving the art of a cappella into an entirely new realm, Naturally 7 musicians create “vocal play,” using their voices as instruments. In a rare move, Naturally 7 is breaking away from their international tour with Michael Bublé in order to be part of the evening.
About Children’s Health Foundation and the Lunch for Life Program
In just a short number of years, Children’s Health Foundation has raised over $3 million for its Lunch for Life and student-related programs in schools, impacting 16,000 students in the state of Colorado. Children’s Health Foundation has established itself as a leader, innovator and champion of health initiatives that benefit children and seek to eliminate childhood obesity through healthy school lunches. The Lunch for Life Program has been recognized by the Colorado Legacy Foundation as part of an award given to the Garfield RE-2 School District; the Commissioner of Education’s Award was presented by Governor Bill Ritter in 2009, an important acknowledgement for the organization. More about Children’s Health Foundation can be found at childrenshealthfoundation.net.
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WHAT: Fourth annual Greenalicious culinary extravaganza and benefit concert featuring savory dishes prepared by acclaimed chefs and live performance by international singing sensation, Naturally 7. Proceeds benefit Children’s Health Foundation Lunch for Life Program.
Tickets available through Children’s Health Foundation office:
888.920.4750 or firstname.lastname@example.org
WHEN: Tuesday, July 20th, 2010
6:30 PM at The Little Nell with concert to follow at Belly Up Aspen
WHERE: The Little Nell, 675 East Durant Avenue, Aspen
Belly Up Aspen, 450 South Galena Street, Aspen
WHO: Naturally 7, acclaimed vocalists
The mission of Children’s Health Foundation is to advance preventive and integrative health initiatives that benefit the mind, body and spirit of children. The Foundation aims to create systemic change in schools and communities to prevent childhood obesity and ensure school safety. Greenalicious, an evening benefitting the Foundation’s Lunch for Life Program, is generously supported by Aspen Magazine, JG Black Book of Travel, Kurtz-Ahlers & Associates, HSBC Private Bank, Aspen Daily News, and edibleAspen.
Visit www.childrenshealthfoundation.net for more information.