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Save a Child's Heart Gala

Join celeb chefs in supporting Kawasaki Disease reasearch




Save a Child's Heart Gala Kawasaki Disease Foundation

The Kawasaki Disease Foundation is excited to announce a star-studded lineup of celebrity chefs to join researchers, local community members and families touched by Kawasaki Disease (KD) for the 4th Annual “Save a Child’s Heart” Gala. This event, benefiting Kawasaki Disease Research at both Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego and UC San Diego’s KD research program will be held on Saturday, November 17, 2012 at 6:00 PM at La Costa Resort and Spa in Carlsbad, CA.

This year’s Master of Ceremonies is local celebrity chef and TV host, Sam “The Cooking Guy” Zien.  Zien will travel table to table, to give everyone in the room a virtual taste of each of celebrity chef’s delicacies. San Diego local favorites Matt Gordon of Urban Solace, Chad White of Counterpoint, Joe Magnanelli of Cucina Urbana and Scott Thomas Dolbee of Kitchen 1540 will also be on display.

For more information, visit http://kdfgala.org/about/.

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