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February 18th: DC’s Top Female Chefs ‘Turn Up The Heat!’ At Annual Gala

This year marks the 10th Anniversary of DC’s highly anticipated annual event, The Turn Up The Heat! Gala to benefit the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance. Join area philanthropists, friends, and supporters for this unforgettable affair that is guaranteed to be a night of food, friendship and festivities to remember!

Hosted by Masters of Ceremonies Tommy McFly, Kelly Collis & Jen Richer (Co-hosts of “The Tommy Show” 94.7 FRESH FM), the elegant evening celebrates the talents of the region’s best women chefs, restauranteurs and mixologists. Guests of the gala will enjoy silent and live auctions, as well as tastings from more than 60 of Washington, DC’s top female chefs.

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WHAT: Turn Up The Heat! Gala Hosted by Ovarian Cancer National Alliance

WHEN: Wednesday, February 18th at 6:00pm

WHERE: The Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, DC

TICKETS: Click here for ticket information

For more information about the Turn Up The Heat! Gala, visit their official page here.

Turn Up the Heat is an important fundraiser for the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance and their work on behalf of ovarian cancer survivors. Your support allows us to continue to educate and serve ovarian cancer patients, survivors and caregivers, as well as the thousands whose lives will be touched by ovarian cancer this year.

To learn more about the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance, visit their website at http://www.ovariancancer.org

Follow their latest updates on Twitter at @OCNA

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