Social Eyes by Faye Reeder

December 6, 2013 12:00 AM

Celebrity Chefs aims to help children step into new lives

Nineteen chefs from posh Tarrant County restaurants will again be cooking for a cause at the eighth edition of the “Celebrity Chefs” party presented by Mid-Cities Supporters of SafeHaven on Jan. 19 at the Hurst Conference Center ballroom.

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