‘Men That Cook” event to benefit Our Towns Habitat, other local nonprofits

The grills are fired up, the stew pots are out and the mixers stand at the ready–all sure signs that the second annual Huntersville Happy Hour Rotary Club’s  Lake Norman Men That Cook event is just around the corner. Our sweet tooth is already kicking in, and we can’t way to try the cheesecake Rowboat Dock and Dredge is cooking up to support Our Towns Habitat for Humanity.

Here’s how this fun and delicious event works–your ticket ($10 in advance) lets you sample some of the best home cooking that Lake Norman area men have to offer. Then vote for your favorite dish to support that nonprofit (Our Towns Habitat and Rowboat Dock and Dredge, of course!).

Cooking on behalf of Rowboat Dock & Dredge will be Greg Harrison, project manager, assisted by business owner and longtime Habitat supporter Bob Wilson. Bob directed Jimmy Carter Work Projects for Habitat for Humanity International in the 1980s, helping raise awareness of Habitat’s global work. He is currently a member of Habitat for Humanity of North Carolina and a former member of Our Towns Habitat’s board.

If your mouth, like ours, is already watering, we hope you’ll come out and join us–and don’t forget to vote for cheesecake!

Here are the event details you’ll need:

Lake Norman Men That Cook

March 31, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Historic Langtree Plantation
554 Langtree Road
Mooresville, NC 28117

Tickets are $10 in advance, and are available online or in person at our office and the Cornelius and Mooresville Habitat ReStores. Tickets can be purchased at the event for $15 (or $10 with a church bulletin).