The Beast Feast

March 29, 2014As Published in: Coppell Community Development FoundationAttorney: Irving E. Walker
On March 29th, Cole Schotz Texas Member, Jim Walker, served with the City of Coppell’s Mayor Karen Hunt as Co-chairs for a fundraising event entitled The Beast Feast. The event attracted over 200 attendees and featured four local chefs and their restaurants. The chefs prepared a variety of wild game several incredible different ways. Over $30,000 was raised and will be donated to the benevolence funds of the four largest churches in Coppell with the stipulation that all funds be used solely for Coppell residents. This allowed for a genuine community effort where those living in Coppell could help others living in the same community that need assistance of any kind, including code compliance work on their homes or food and health care assistance.



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