Honey Baked Ham
November 15, 2010 by staff
Honey Baked Ham, When autumn arrives, the city is alive with more events than you can imagine, providing residents and visitors a variety of fun things to do.
Traditionally, a time to support Montgomery AIDS Outreach, October was filled with a variety of events organized to support “dining with friends,” MAO usually the largest annual fundraiser. In its seventh year, over 15,000 and has been raised recently that donors have come to enjoy over 10 events held across the city and beyond.
As its general principle, generous river area residents support the benefit MAO hosting brunches, lunches, receptions and dinners throughout the month. Volunteer hosts to provide the premises and foot the bill, invite friends and other supporters to enjoy the afternoon and evening with them. MAO benefits of 100 percent of donations made by customers who attend each event.
For a minimum donation and 25, enjoy food and often-themed gatherings. Jim Hodgson was president from 2010 events, with the support of Lynne Zaris, Nick Rojeski and Marion Chartoff.
Southern lady and gent inspire, Jim and Steve Brickley kicked things off with a dinner Friday night at home 1920′s Old Cloverdale, the former residence of the legendary publisher and organizer Montgomery ball, fire Esther Reynolds Mahoney.
The duo welcomed their luck dozen guests at the entrance staircase that Mr. Mahoney own interview guests on their arrival for parties of yesteryear. Customers, including Vanzetti and Thomas McPherson, Rebecca Hagen, Sarah Williams, Bob Vardaman, Garry Brantley, Joe Lee and Lucie and Marion Lanoux and Craig Baab, were thrilled to spend the night in the house where Mahoney has also recorded his radio highly anticipated shows. There they supported “Dining with Friends 2010″; enjoy a meal inspired by the book author Frank Stitt.
As they mingled at the ccktail hour, they were offered fresh okra and Waterford Crystal flutes filled with champagne and sparkling peach juice. Before being seated at a long table decorated with spotless white tablecloths and fuchsia flowers and greenery, they admired Stitt “Southern Table” cookbook and the personal note he wrote thanking the guests for their support Delivery of MAO.
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