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WHAT:     REAL MEN COOK – The largest, longest-running and most anticipated urban-oriented Father’s Day celebration where “real men” from all walks of life serve up food to celebrate and uplift the family. The event, now in its 29th year, is sponsored by Real Men Charities, the benevolent arm of Real Men Cook.

WHEN:     Father’s Day – Sunday – June 17

WHERE:.  Hales Franciscan High School– 4930 S Cottage Grove Ave – Bronzeville – 3PM – 6PM.

VISUALS:

 *Fun, family and a festive atmosphere featuring fathers and father figures cooking and serving their favorite dishes to their families and community.

 •Good food, including healthy food options

.INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITIES FOE THE PRESS:         

•Yvette Moyo – co-founder of Real Men Cook

•Ayinde Cartman – Executive Director – Real Men Cook Charities

•Any of the chefs, which include professional chefs, fathers/father figures and amateur chefs who want to serve on Father’s Day

•Any of the scores of other chef/dads who will be serving up their specialties and making this a spirit-filled afternoon.

•Any of the attendees enjoying the festivities

 For more information, log on to www.realmencook.com

There will be a Satellite Real Men Cook site: Trinity United Church of Christ, 1276 W 20th Ave – Gary, IN -Hosted by Rev. John Jackson  – 3PM – 7PM

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