Dish It Out

Culinary fundraiser provides opportunities for Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix hosted its annual Dish It Out culinary event Oct. 20 at High Street in north Phoenix. More than 2,500 guests attended, with 1,000 attending the sold-out VIP portion. The evening grossed $295,000.

The evening included cuisine from 34 Local restaurants and 75-plus beverage experiences from Breakthru Beverage and Crescent Crown. Local bands played live music throughout the night. Mathew Blades and Priscilla Ornelas from iHeart Radio’s Mix 96.9 hosted the festivities.

The event was presented by Fry’s Food Stores, and all of the proceeds help BGCMP provide meals and programs to children in need.

CORPORATE PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARK SKALNY COURTESY BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF METRO PHOENIX

Bandy Pair, Bailey Dean, Jordan Mueller, Jessica Thomas and Jeanine Lavine

Gretchen Goldstein, Kyu Utsunomiya, Nicole Anderson, Alana Vehaba, Chloe Silva, Shawn McClain and Jill Watts

Vaughn Compton, Cori Akin and Sarah Lambert

Nicole Anderson, Christy Kelman, Josh Kelman and Matt Anderson

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