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Ready to cook like a chef?
Kyle Williams with
Voya Financial Advisors
Cook an amazing meal with the CASA ChefBox!
Introducing Madsion County CASA's ChefBox Fundraiser!
Purchase a box of ingredients for 2 people for $125 and join in a live cooking show to cook along with Chef Tanner Wade (of Jackson Country Club Fame).
This box will cook an amazing meal of:
•Pan Seared Prime Grade Pork Loin Chop
•Bacon and Smoked Gouda Cavatappi
Madison County CASA helps children in foster care by provided trained volunteers who help them find safe, permanent, and nurturing homes.
How it works:
1. Reserve Your Box for 2 for $125 Online at the link below.*
2. Decide if you want to add a paired alcohol from the Forked Wine to your order for $X
3. Pick-Up your box at First Presbyterian Church on Thursday, March 4 between 12-6pm.
4. Cook along live with Chef Tanner on YouTube at 6:30pm on March 4., where he will also be taking your questions!
5. Enjoy your food, new skills, and helping children in Foster Care in Madison County!
Orders must be placed end by of day on Feb 23 and no refunds will be issued.
Meet Madison County CASA
Meet Chef Tanner Wade
Born and raised in Jackson, Tanner Wade was the guy who cooked for all of his friends in his teenage years. At 16, Tanner began working as a busboy at Outback - where he often got in trouble for hanging out on the line - so they finally moved him to the kitchen!
After graduating from Northside High School May of 2004, Tanner then graduated from Sullivan University in Louisville, KY with his Associates of Science in Culinary Arts in 2006.
After working in multiple restaurants and catering companies San Antonio, TX, Tanner returned to Jackson to create a menu for the Furtle Turtle before working at Coyote Blues.
Tanner transferred to the Jackson Country Club in 2011 when Coyote Blues took over the food and beverage operations for the JCC. In 2016, the Jackson Country Club brought the food and beverage services back in house and Tanner was retained as the manager of operations where he remains today.
Over the last year and a half Madison County CASA has provided approximately 120 abused andneglected children in Madison County with specially trained Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs)who advocate for the children’s best interests and for safe permanent homes for the children wherethey will thrive. Madison County CASA, the local program for the National CASA/GAL Association for Children, has been training community volunteers as advocates for children since 1996.
Research shows that children with CASAs are more likely to graduate from high school, spendless time in foster care, and are less likely to re-enter foster care once they exit the system. Furtherresearch shows that one of the key determinants of a child’s resiliency is the presence of a supportiveadult like our CASA volunteers. CASA volunteers bring hope and stability to children’s lives as well as tolay the foundation for stronger futures for the children.