Educational Assistance Through Scholarships
E.A.T.S. 2015 will be held on Saturday, November 7, 2015. 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the Communication Arts Center
Sample delicious food from over 30 community leaders as well as faculty and staff and help raise money for scholarships for students at UWFox. This year five Community Celebrity Chef’s will also be serving foods and vying for the title of “Top Chef.” It’s an evening filled with great food, live music, entertainment and a silent auction.
Since 1997, E.A.T.S. has raised over $600,000 for scholarships at UW-Fox Valley. Our goal this year is to raise $75,000 to ensure that students, regardless of their economic situation, can attend UW-Fox Valley, receive an exceptional education and go on to achieve great things. With your help we can make this happen!!
For more information about E.A.T.S. please call 920-832-2849 or order your tickets online.
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General Admission Tickets: $40 per person.
“Foodie” Tickets: $50 per person.
Everyone who purchases a “Foodie” ticket will have their name entered in a drawing for a $150 gift basket as well as have their name appear as a “Top Foodie” in the program.
Purchase 10 “Foodie” tickets for only $400 ($100 savings) and receive all benefits of the regular “Foodie” ticket – must call the Foundation for this savings 920-832-2849
Only 100 tickets will be sold for $100 each. Grand Prize – All-Inclusive Vacation for Two – Includes 7 nights and 8 beautiful days at Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort in Cancun. All food, beverages, unlimited golf and a variety of spa services are included. Plus $1,000 in airfare from Creative Group Travel. Winner may choose this package or $2,500 in cash. Call the Foundation office to purchase your tickets. Hurry – as there are only 100 tickets available for this amazing package!
Since 1997, guests have gathered on the Menasha campus of the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley to sample wonderfully creative dishes prepared entirely by numerous volunteer community chefs in an evening filled with food, music, entertainment and a silent auction.
Past chefs have included Mayor Tim Hanna, County Executive Tom Nelson, Brett Favre’s mother, State Representative Penny Bernard Schaber and Congressman Reid Ribble – just to name a few. Professional chefs from local restaurants showcase their talents and contribute their culinary skills too.
The annual event is developed and managed by a team of volunteers from within the board of the UWFox Foundation, campus faculty, staff and students and the community.
The Communication Arts Center where the event is held provides an elegant setting for food sampling, wine tasting and a delightful evening. E.A.T.S. is one of those special evening events that have become a tradition and highlight of fall in the Fox Cities.
Sample fine wines from Flanagan’s Stop and Shop and great micro-brews from Stone Arch Brewery as well as enjoy a full cash bar in the Community First Credit Union Lobby throughout the event.
Numerous musicians and musical groups will also be showcasing their talents at the event.
UWFox Foundation Board member and 2015 E.A.T.S. chairman, Guy Bytof describes the event as “a one-of-a-kind opportunity to sample delectable foods, beverages and music while “shopping” an amazing array of silent auction items including vacation packages and airplane tickets - all for the benefit of UWFox students!”
Join us for a great night benefitting a great cause!!
Richard and Amy Jo Aylward
Head Chef Sponsors
Pastry Chef Sponsors
- Robert W. Baird & Co.
- The Boldt Company
- Gail & Bruce Enke
- Milk Source, LLC
- Network Health Plan
- Schenck Business Solutions
For information on becoming a sponsor and sponsor benefits, contact our office at 920-832-2849 or visit www.uwfoxfoundation.org