TASTEFUL EVENT: Enjoying last year’s Taste of Grace Sunday Brunch fundraiser are, from left, Jessica Powell, Emerge Interactive Media; Sharon Cameron, GTR Newspapers; Elote Café and Catering representative; Carolyn McGhay, Grace Hospice Foundation; Belinda Hedgecock, Emerge Interactive Media; and Karen Larson, KJRH Main Anchor.
DANIEL C. CAMERON for GTR Newspapers
The Grace Hospice Foundation is hosting its second annual Taste of Grace Sunday Brunch April 25 from Noon to 2:30 p.m. at the Tulsa Historical Society. Taste of Grace is an extravaganza with a fashion show and silent auction. The brunch will feature some of the finest chefs in Tulsa. Restaurants will include Garlic Rose, Cosmo Café, Keo and Center 1 Market, Blue Dome Diner, Elote and Blue Moon Bakery.
Each chef station will have a media celebrity to help serve and greet the crowd. The event will include media celebrities Forrest, Sharon and Daniel Cameron of Greater Tulsa Reporter Newspapers; Justin Wilfon, Erin Christy and Beth Burnett of ; Mike Collier and Keith Taylor of ; Ron Terrell and Mia Fleming from Fox 23; Jennifer Loren from ; Holly Wall from Tulsa Business Journal; Natasha Ball of www.tashadoesTulsa.com and Kendall Barrow and Judy Allen from Tulsa People.
In addition to tasty cuisine, Taste of Grace will include a Mother’s Day Fashion Show, “Grace Through the Generations,” courtesy of Ribbons, Little Black Dress, Lolly Garden and Baby Bump.
Local business and community leaders will show off the latest fashion trends for spring and summer. Models include Ava Caughrean, executive director of Grace Hospice; Adrienne Kallweit of SeekingSitters along with her mother Joanne Whitney and daughter Bella; Cary Baker of Part Time Pros and her daughter Katie; Joanna Blackstock of Chinowth & Cohen and her two boys; Former TV anchor, author and speaker Cindy Morrison with daughter Marlow; Marnie Fernandez along with stepdaughter Jade and new baby Josie; April Sailsbury of MacroSolve with daughter Olivia and mother June Skaggs; Executive Director Felicia Collins Correia along with her “honorary granddaughter” Emily; and Janice Pierce and daughter Jordan.
Guests can bid on luxurious silent auction packages such as a one week trip to a private villa in Montego Bay, Jamaica, a Napa Valley Wine Tour, one week at Lake of the Ozarks, a wine dinner from Polo Grill, dinner at the Brasserie, shopping packages to Brookside boutiques, hotel packages, health club memberships, a party from Pump it Up, a Miss Jackson’s spa package, and artwork from some of Tulsa’s premier artists, and many, many more items.
Mrs. DeHaven’s Flower Shop and Montag Candles are providing the decorations for the event including centerpieces and a special “Taste of Grace” candle.
Tickets for the event are $60 for individual tickets and $400 for a table of 10. All money raised will benefit the Grace Hospice Foundation.
To buy tickets and reserve your spot, contact Diane White at (918) 794-3554, or email@example.com. You can also buy tickets and learn more about Grace Hospice at online at www.gracehospicefoundation.org