Performing Arts League Of Chattanooga To Hold "Sweet Rewards For PAL" Fundraiser Feb. 4

Monday, January 27, 2020

The Performing Arts League presents Sweet Rewards for PAL, an evening of food and wine as a fundraiser to support their ongoing work benefiting youth involvement in the arts throughout the greater Chattanooga area. 

The event takes place on Tuesday, Feb. 4 at 6 p.m. at the FEED co. Table & Tavern, 201 West Main St. in Chattanooga, who is co-sponsoring the event.  Seating is limited.  Tickets are $50 and can be purchased at the PAL website.  

The deadline for reservations is Thursday, Jan. 30. 
 
Patricia Daniel, chair of the event, said, “Sweet Rewards for PAL features a gourmet 
four-course meal with each course accompanied by a spectacular wine, as well as a smashing 
silent auction in the FEED co.’s beautiful private event space.  We are delighted to be partnering 
with the FEED co. and are even more thrilled that the meal will be prepared by Executive Chef
Charlie Loomis, fresh from his win on the Food Network’s “Beat Bobby Flay” challenge.  We 
invite people to join us for this special evening of delicious food, fine wine and a fun social time 
in this lovely space, and to support our important work awarding scholarships and grants to 
benefit youth involvement in the performing arts throughout the greater Chattanooga area.” 
 
Sweet Rewards for PAL is also sponsored by Athens Distributing Company of Tennessee and 
Hutton & Smith Brewery in Chattanooga.


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