Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty helps raise $45,000 for Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice

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Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty helps raise $45,000 for Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice

Highly acclaimed chefs from Denver to Aspen treated patrons of Mount Evans Health Care & Hospice to a memorable evening ‘Under a Summer Moon,’ raising $45,000 for the charity on August 7.

Scott and Andrea Webber, Heather Graham, Sean Endsley, Kristen Muller and Bob McCarroll of Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty
Left to right: Scott and Andrea Webber, Heather Graham, Sean Endsley, Kristen Muller and Bob McCarroll of FSIR.

The ten premier Colorado chefs and their staffs provided an evening of fine wine and marvelous five-course meals prepared tableside for ten guests at each table at the Lake House in Evergreen, Co., where Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty has an office.

“We’re honored to be able to support Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice and the wonderful work they do in our community,” said Scott Webber, president of Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty. “Our sincere gratitude goes to all the chefs who participated in making this a memorable event.”

Menus represented the finest ingredients available, with dishes creatively prepared and served, wowing the 100 guests in attendance. Each table was randomly assigned a chef following a wine reception, adding a touch of suspense to the exceptional fundraiser.

Dancing followed dinner beneath the full moon on the Lake House deck, with big-band music from the Dean Bushnell Orchestra.

 

The $45,000 that Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty helped raise during the event will be used to underwrite home care and hospice for those who could not otherwise afford it.

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Photo by Annie Coppock Photography.

Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice provides compassionate in-home health care and hospice services to Colorado mountain-area residents. They offer grief support to adults and children, including their award-winning children’s bereavement program, Camp Comfort.

Tickets for the 100-person fundraiser were sold out before the invitations to the inaugural event were mailed, according to Kathy Engel, executive director for Mount Evans Home Health & Hospice.

Participating chefs included Richard Bailey, Taste 5 Catering (Vail), Frank Bonanno, Mizuna (Denver), Anand Chaturvedula, 240 Union (Lakewood), Austin Cueto, Palettes Contemporary Cuisine (Denver), Curtis Lincoln, Willow Creek Restaurant (Evergreen), Shaun Motoda, TAG (Denver), Sean McGaughey, Opus Fine Dining (Denver), Matt O’Neill, David Burke Kitchen (Aspen), Ryan Taylor, Kevin Taylor’s at the Opera House (Denver) and Kelly Whitaker, Basta (Boulder).

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