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Dining for recovery

Chef's Dinner nourishes Schoharie flood relief

Bob and Pat Wilcox of Westerlo, left, and Donna Grego of Guilderland Center, look at paintings up for sale in the silent auction at the Inaugural Bounty of the County Chef's Dinner at the Carrot Barn in Schoharie Saturday. The event will benefit the Schoharie Area Long Term, (SALT) the agency helping those affected by Hurricane Irene in the Schoharie Creek Basin.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Bob and Pat Wilcox of Westerlo, left, and Donna Grego of Guilderland Center, look at paintings up for sale in the silent auction at the Inaugural Bounty of the County Chef's Dinner at the Carrot Barn in Schoharie Saturday. The event will benefit the Schoharie Area Long Term, (SALT) the agency helping those affected by Hurricane Irene in the Schoharie Creek Basin.
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The only guarantee at Saturday's Bounty of the County Chef's Dinner was six courses of food and a chance to help recovery efforts in Schoharie County from flooding in 2011. Diners didn't learn the menu of locally inspired dishes until they arrived at the Carrot Barn for the gala, which offered regular tickets for $125 and was anticipated to raise $50,000 for Schoharie Area Long Term Inc., the lead agency in the Schoharie Creek basin ...


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