Breakfast for Dinner Charity Features Celebrity Servers & You’re Invited!

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FOX 4 is a sponsor of a cool event next week to benefit the Olathe Mayor’s Christmas Tree Fund. This year the fund will benefit 14 metro area charities.

On Thursday, November 8, you have the chance to eat breakfast for dinner — for metro area charities. For $20 per person, you can make reservations to eat your evening meal at FirstWatch at 119th & Black Bob in Olathe, and meet celebrity servers from the City of Olathe, Johnson County Government, and Johnson County businesses.

First seating is at 5:30 p.m.  Call 913.829.3720 for reservations.
Second seating is at 7:30 p.m.  Call 913.971.8500 for reservations.

Celebrity servers include:
Joe Lauria — FOX 4
Calvin Hayden — JoCo Commissioner
David Nelson — Honeywell
Steve Menke — Olathe Police Chief
Dr. Jeff Degraffenreid — Olathe Fire Chief
Mike Jensen — Olathe Medical Center
Dr. Marlin Berry — Olathe Superintendent
Dr. David Spittal — President, MNU
Dr. Robert Drummond — President, Kids TLC
Michael Copeland — Mayor, City of Olathe
Michael Wilkes — Olathe City Manager
Michael Ashcraft — Johnson County Commissioner
Ed Eilert — Johnson County Commission Chair
Tim McKee — Olathe Chamber of Commerce
Kevin Rauckman — CEO, Garmin International

Charities benefitting from the 2012 Mayor’s Christmas Tree Fund are:

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates)
Catholic Charities
Center of Grace — Children’s Shoe Fund
Cypress Recovery
El Centro
Health Partnership Clinic
Olathe Public Schools Foundation
JoCo Interfaith Hospitality Network
Kansas Foster and Adoptive Children
KVC Behavioral Health Care
Salvation Army
Mission Southside

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