Dunning's Market will host the Battle of the Chefs at 5:30 p.m. this Saturday. This will be a fundraising event in collaboration with iCan Dream Center, a nonprofit organization.
According to their website, the iCan Dream Center provides quality programming for youth. They specialize in working with students with intellectual disabilities, autism, and various learning difficulties.
Maureen Mader, owner of Dunning's Market, said she came up with the Battle of the Chefs idea last December after purchasing raffle tickets from the iCan Dream Center. Mader won the raffle, and . . .
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