Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate agents have a passion for helping people feel taken care of and secure with a roof over their heads. All people. This happens to be the passion of the Stewpot Alliance as well, so it makes perfect sense our agents would be present at their Soup’s On! Luncheon and Art Sale on Tuesday, January 19. The annual event, held at downtown Dallas’ historic Union Station, featured speaker Collins Tuohy, whose life was chronicled in the movie The Blind Side.
Says Broker Associate Jane Gordon, “Bravo to the luncheon chairs Christi Nicolas and Charlotte Legg for giving so much of their time to create a wonderful event and for raising a record-breaking amount for the Stewpot. I was honored to be a part of the event and to serve on the host committee with fellow agent Shirley Cohn.”
Broker Associate Tom Rhodes and wife Suzy are also longtime supporters of the Stewpot.
Rhodes visited with Tuohy after her talk and says, “Collins Tuohy was a delight and had a wonderful message that is totally aligned with the mission of the Stewpot. We really enjoyed listening to her. This event just reinforced why we continue to back this worthy organization.”
Micki and Mayor Mike Rawlings were Honorary Chairs of the 2016 luncheon, co-chaired by Stewpot Alliance members Charlotte Legg and Christi Nicolas.
The Stewpot Alliance Soup’s On! Luncheon and Art Show featured a dozen of Dallas’ finest chefs serving up a signature soup as the first course of the meal.
- Chef Chairman Brian C. Luscher of The Grape and Luscher’s Red Hots
- Chef Brent Anderson, Wolfgang Puck Catering
- Chefs Melody Bishop & Dennis Kelley, LARK on the Park
- Chef Omar Flores, Casa Rubia
- Chef Danyele McPherson, Remedy
- Chef Misti Norris, Small Brewpub
- Chef Suki Otsuki, Mudhen
- Chef Janice Provost, Parigi
- Chef Abraham Salum, Salum and Komali
- Chef Sarah Snow, The Grape
- Chef Brian Zenner, On-Premise
The monies raised from the event will go toward several programs – including meal services, on-site medical/dental and much more — for some of Dallas’s most vulnerable people.