Architectural Ceramics attended Shepherd’s Table’s Fall fundraiser Infused with Love: An Evening at the Pearl on October 4th, 2018 to support their mission of providing services to those in need within the community. Supporting groups like Shepherd’s Table is just one of the ways Architectural Ceramics is living out our Core Value of Community.
The evening was emceed by local NBC4 Anchor, Leon Harris while featured guests Chef Christina Moore and storyteller/cook/author Jonathan Bardzik faced off in a cooking competition where they put their creativity to use. Moore, the resident chef for Shepherd's Table, emerged victorious after the chefs went head to head concocting a tasty meal from mystery ingredients like salmon, orzo, and chocolate. We didn't get a chance to taste it ourselves, but the lucky few who did were raving about how delicious and inventive it was!
A live auction and raffle tickets offered event-goers another opportunity to contribute towards Shepherd’s Table’s cause. Plenty of Caps gear got a new home and some generous auction-goers even snagged a dinner out with Leon Harris.
Shepherd's Table Infused with Love Raffle Table
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Shepherd’s Table’s mission is to provide help to people who are homeless or in need by providing basic services, including meals, social services, medical support, clothing, and other assistance in an effective and compassionate manner. Since 1983, Shepherd’s Table has been a necessary and effective resource welcoming and serving those in need within Silver Spring, and is supported by volunteers, religious organizations, government, businesses, foundations, and individual donors.
We’re kicking things off this week by honoring the upcoming birthday of storytelling legend Dr. Seuss, whose words and wisdom have inspired millions of children for over 80 years. What better way to celebrate the life of a legend than by showcasing children’s spaces this week?