Chef Tuck Curren welcomed more than 75 guests to his Biga Restaurant in Brookside on Jan. 27 for the four-course wine and northern Italian cuisine dinner, “Eat, Drink and Be Giving,” benefiting the Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges.

Approximately $3,750 was raised at the event, which kicks off various galas at local establishments throughout the year, all benefiting the Center.

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