Fire department wins Iron Skillet challenge at Good Eatin’
by Sally Litchfield
August 24, 2014 12:16 AM | 1166 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The winning team at the Safepath event includes, from left, Media Host and WSB-TV Anchor Craig Lucie; SafePath Executive Director Jinger Robins; Chef Host Alex Reethof; Chef Holly Wulfing Chute; Chef Gerry Klaskala; Chef Asha Gomez; Cobb County Fire Department Cooking Team of Elliott Stoney Bowels, Ian Martin, Felecio McDowell, Ryan McKay, Arlen Buck Fowles and Mentor Chef Jessica Ray. <br> Special to the MDJ
The winning team at the Safepath event includes, from left, Media Host and WSB-TV Anchor Craig Lucie; SafePath Executive Director Jinger Robins; Chef Host Alex Reethof; Chef Holly Wulfing Chute; Chef Gerry Klaskala; Chef Asha Gomez; Cobb County Fire Department Cooking Team of Elliott Stoney Bowels, Ian Martin, Felecio McDowell, Ryan McKay, Arlen Buck Fowles and Mentor Chef Jessica Ray.
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On Aug. 14, Balfour Beatty Construction presented SafePath’s 2014 Good Eatin’ Great Cause event at the Cobb Galleria Centre. WSB-TV News Anchor Craig Lucie served as the event’s media host. The event featured restaurants throughout Cobb County including Capers, Chicken and the Egg, Common Quarter, Fusco’s Via Roma, Henry’s Louisiana Grill, Seed and Taqueria Tsunami.

The evening also consisted of an “Iron Chef” style cook off competition between Cobb County Public Safety Teams judged by Chef Asha Gomez, Chef Holly Wulfing Chute, and Chef Gerry Klaskala. SafePath and Balfour Beatty Construction were proud to announce Cobb County Fire Department as the 2014 Iron Skillet Champions. Their cooking team was mentored by Chef Jessica Ray. In addition to all the culinary fun, the event also provided education and awareness to SafePath’s vision: a community free of child abuse.

Attendee’s included JoAnne and Jim Taylor, Commissioner Helen Gorham, Kelly and Robert Jackson, Rhonda and Mark Jacobson, Lisa Olens, Patti and Van Pearlberg, Judi and Robert Snelson, Penny and Sheriff Neil Warren, and Jeff Whitton.

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MUST Ministries recently completed its Summer Lunch program. With the help of volunteers, 254,906 sack lunches were delivered to hungry children in just 10 weeks. MUST served meals in eight counties this year.

Cobb County’s active community of individuals, leaders, churches, businesses, clubs, neighborhoods, schools and others came together and fed thousands of children each week day that required shoppers, bag decorators, packers, checkers, drivers, coordinators and more. The outreach touched as many as 6,100 children each day.

Stay connected with MUST on Facebook and follow on Twitter.

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Fashion spotlight of the week: Wearing a halter-style top in an abstract pattern of greens and yellow and skinny white jeans that showed off her slim figure — Julie Faulk of Marietta — a work of art.

Sally Litchfield is a longtime Marietta resident. She formerly practiced law in Marietta and now stays home to raise her two children. Send Sally news at sallylit@bellsouth.net. Call Sally at (770) 425-8106.
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