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Salish benefit collects enough dough for 100,000 meals

Salish Lodge & Spa’s third annual “The Falls Come to Life” benefit, held Feb. 19, raised more than $24,000 — enough to provide nearly 100,000 meals for hungry people in Western Washington — for the Food Lifeline.

Salish Lodge’s Chef de Cuisine of The Dining Room Jack Strong hosted a line-up of Seattle celebrity chefs. Each chef prepared a signature dish to create a distinctive five-course dining experience with wine pairings from some of Washington’s most renowned wineries.

“We are honored and humbled by the generous contributions made during this year’s Falls Come to Life event,” said Linda Nageotte, president and CEO of Food Lifeline.

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