Hurricane Sandy Appreciation Dinner Set for Wednesday
First responders and their families are invited to enjoy a free meal prepared by Terry French.
Join Hurricane Sandy's first responders — including police officers, firemen, and public workers for an afternoon of food and gratitude.
Chef Terry French, winner of The Food Network's Extreme Chef and founder of Chefs for Life, will host a special appreciation dinner on Wednesday, Nov. 21 from 3 to 5 p.m., along with The Explorer's Club, Water Watch International and the Point Diner for the brave men and women in the New Jersey area and beyond who risked their lives during this past storm of the century.
The appreciation dinner will take place in the banquet room of the Somers Point Diner at 1 MacArthur Blvd., where attendees will be served a specially prepared meal while having the opportunity to give their thanks to those who helped protect Hurricane Sandy victims.
Chef Terry French will be there to greet guests along with co-host Joel S. Fogel, President of Water Watch International and Member Emeritus of The Explorers Club.
This dinner is free for first responders and their families. All inquiries should be addressed to Captain Fogel at 609-214-3967.
— News release from Water Watch International