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Attend benefits CARLOS ANTHONY: PHOTO BY JAMES TRAN; JOE SANTO: PHOTO BY JOSEPH WEAVER THE COUNTRY FRIENDS: PHOTO BY BOB STEFANKO Chef Match for Charity NOVEMBER 8 | HERB & WOOD Food Network Tournament of Champions alums Chef Carlos Anthony and Chef Joe Sasto are going head-to-head for Herb & Wood's first-ever Celebrity Chef Match for charity. No strangers to friendly competition, this time the chefs are cooking for good, giving 100 percent of ticket proceeds from the event to CJ's Smile and the Ronald McDonald House (CJ's Smile was founded by Chef Anthony's sister after the loss of her son to childhood cancer). Hosted alongside Brian Malarkey, the chefs will offer guests welcome cocktails and small bites followed by a four-course dinner with wine pairings and a show. Diners will enjoy front-row seats to the action and will serve as the judging panel. Tickets for the evening are $200 per person. bit.ly/3SjezNc e Country Friends Holiday Tea DECEMBER 8 | THE CROSBY CLUB AT RANCHO SANTA FE The Country Friends presents its annual Holiday Tea, a luncheon filled with merriment and myriad boutique vendors offering gift items perfect for the holiday season. The mission of The Country Friends is to support human care agencies with emphasis on those providing services to women, children, the elderly, and persons with disabilities in San Diego County. This year's Holiday Tea is co-chaired by Maggie Bobileff and Denise Hug. thecountryfriends.org Black Tie & Boots Charity Gala DECEMBER 2 | LOMAS SANTA FE COUNTRY CLUB For more than 15 years, Cornerstone Equine Therapy Center has provided life-saving programs to 4,000 active-duty service members, veterans, and first responders battling service-related PTSD and catastrophic physical trauma in San Diego. The nonprofit's annual Black Tie & Boots Charity Gala presented by Donegan Burns Foundation is Cornerstone's flagship event where supporters come together for an evening of hope and healing to raise funds and honor our nation's heroes. Guests will enjoy cocktails, dining, dancing, a silent auction, and much more with a goal to raise $150,000 to meet the critical and ever-increasing need. 760.525.2639, judyb@cornerstonetrc.org Poinsettia Ball DECEMBER 10 | MAGDALENA ECKE FAMILY YMCA The 31st annual Paul Ecke, Jr. Poinsettia Ball will celebrate more than three decades of supporting children and families in North County at the Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA. In the Gary E. Biszantz Family Gymnasium, guests will ring in the holiday season and enjoy a gourmet dinner catered by Behind the Scenes, impactful testimonials, giving opportunities, and dancing to the tunes of The Mighty Untouchables. Proceeds will benefit the Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA's scholarship and community partnership programs. This year's co-chairs are Nancy McLennan and Suzanne Welch; Todd Tibbits is CEO of the YMCA of San Diego County. ymcasd.org/poinsettia-ball Carlos Anthony Maggie Bobileff and Denise Hug Jim and Tina Benedict with Denise and Todd Tibbits Kim and Steven Lewis Joe Sasto @ranchandcoast ranchandcoast.com 34 NOVEMBER 2022 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE

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