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Recap: Party In The Kitchen For Open Hand Atlanta « Miss A® | Charity Meets™ Style.
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A native of Birmingham, Alabama and Marketing major at Auburn University, Katherine Kimbrell is an aspiring writer, event planner, and marketing enthusiast. As a recent resident of the Atlanta she plans on covering everything Atlanta has to offer as well as learning all about what gives the city its southern charm. She is ready to share her thoughts and opinions about what the city has in store with the readers of AskMissA.

Recap: Party In The Kitchen For Open Hand Atlanta

Photo Credit: Katherine Kimbrell

Photo Credit: Katherine Kimbrell

Party in the Kitchen was an event that truly lived up to its name. King Plow Arts Center had turned into a social gathering filled with well dressed Atlantians that lived up to the all-white attire theme as well as amazing food to match. I started out the night in the VIP reception where I got to witness Chef Kevin Gillespie from Bravo’s  “Top Chef” whip up some delectable treats. The bar was also stocked for the wine connoisseurs and cocktail enthusiasts.

The main event featured an exquisite array of food from some of Atlanta’s top chefs. I got to taste a variety of creations from Chef Kevin Rathbun, Gerry Klaskala, Chad Clevenger, and Shaun Doty to just name a few. The place was also decorated with an array of chocolates and pastries to satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth.

The evening also included an auction with proceeds going towards Open Hand Atlanta.

Overall, Party in the Kitchen helped Open Hand raise much needed funds to provide nearly 5,000 healthy meals a day and nutrition education to those with critical and chronic illnesses as well as home bound seniors. It truly was a great event for an even better cause.

Photo Credit: Katherine Kimbrell

Photo Credit: Katherine Kimbrell.

Photo Credit: Katherine Kimbrell

Photo Credit: Katherine Kimbrell

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