Kiwanis invite community to 'Share the Harvest' dinner Aug. 29

Jul 25, 2014
Photo by: Donated Kiwanis members join Tara Cathey, front row, left, of Walnut Cove Farm, to gather ideas for their farm to table dinner.  These future farmers spent an evening at the farm learning about the tasty, locally grown food they can serve at their 'Share the Harvest' dinner.

What could be more delicious than a farm to table dinner in August?

The Kiwanis Club of Waynesville has been working with local gardens and farms this summer to prepare a “Share the Harvest” dinner at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 29, at the Laurel Ridge Country Club pavilion. The dinner is a fundraiser for the Kiwanis International Eliminate Project.

The Kiwanis Eliminate Project is a worldwide effort to supply tetanus shots to protect 61 million women and babies in third world countries.  Around the world, a baby dies every 9 minutes from tetanus. The series of shots costing $1.80 will protect the mother and all of her offspring from maternal/neonatal tetanus.

Executive chef Alton “Al” Terry will prepare food that has been grown and raised in the gardens and farms of Haywood County. David Russell, a Haywood County local, will play several instruments, sing folk music and tell some fun-filled folk stories.

Tickets are now on sale for $50.

To purchase tickets, reserve a table eight or learn more about this signature event, call Ann Kline at 734-4310, Judith Antross 813-390-1706 or email-

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