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Guy Boucher Cooks to Help Fight Cancer

Cooking For A Cause III this Saturday at Copper Bell Café in Riverview

Friday, 08.24.2012 / 3:16 PM / Bolts Report
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Guy Boucher Cooks to Help Fight Cancer
Lightning head coach Guy Boucher will be helping cook and distribute food at the third annual Cooking For A Cause event
TAMPA BAY – Tampa Bay Lightning head coach Guy Boucher will be helping cook and distribute food at the third annual Cooking For A Cause event in support of Susan G. Komen for the Cure sponsored by Bright House Networks and PNC Bank on Saturday, August 25 beginning at 4:30 p.m. at Copper Bell Café in Riverview.

Coach Boucher will be on hand to assist the cooks prepare food and help serve to the guests attending the event. The buffet dinner will include carved roast beef, roasted chicken, pork medallions, potatoes au gratin, green beans, mac and cheese, Caesar salad, strawberry feta salad, coleslaw, dinner rolls and dessert. Tickets to the dinner are $15.95 per person and $8.95 for children under 12 years old with all proceeds and gratuities going to charity. Individuals looking to purchase tickets can call the Copper Bell Café directly at 813-671-1100.

"I am very excited to be 'Cooking for a Cause' this weekend," Boucher said. "Breast cancer is a horrible disease that touches so many of us and I am pleased to be able to help raise money for Susan G. Komen in my own community. As for the food, I spend more time at the rink than in the kitchen, but I'm sure everyone will have a great time for an even greater cause."

Susan G. Komen for the Cure began with a single grant of $28,000 in 1982, and has now invested more than $685 million in research, making Komen the largest non-profit source for breast cancer research funding outside of the U.S. government. Komen currently manages more than 500 active research grants totaling nearly $300 million. After touching every major advance in breast cancer science, Komen is now focused on research to stem metastatic and aggressive disease, find scientifically sound preventive strategies, and investigate environment links to breast cancer development.