House Party

Charlene Fabian, Ronald McDonald House director of development, and Evan Uyetake, event chairman, of Trost Marketing

Ronald McDonald House of Tulsa hosted its House Party fundraiser June 14 at Metro Appliances and More. Fourteen area chefs and restaurants served their signature cuisines to approximately 150 guests at the event. Banks Entertainment provided DJ services.

Event proceeds of $27,000 will benefit families who stay at Ronald McDonald House while their children are being treated at local hospitals.

House Party

Chef David Mays, left, demonstrated sous-vide cooking in the GE Monogram Kitchen.

House Party

El Guapo’s served margaritas and chips and salsa in the Electrolux Kitchen.

House Party

Oklahoma Joe’s Bar-B-Que served meat and barbecue beans in the Thermador Kitchen.

 

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