Tru by Hilton Pigeon Forge’s Frosty the Snowman inflatable was vandalized on Friday 11/23/18. The team at Tru ordered a new Frosty immediately. However, due to the overwhelming public response and concern, they thought the incident would be a great opportunity to turn the tragedy into a triumph of goodwill! They solicited donations in Frosty’s remembrance to Mountain Hope and raised $1,000 to help those who live and work in Sevier County but have no medical insurance. What a wonderful Christmas gift from the Tru team! We at Mountain Hope are grateful!
On Saturday, Oct. 6, in a field somewhere in Sevier County, Chef Adam Palmeno will prepare a pig roast as a very special fundraiser for Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic. Palmeno and his catering company, Private Chef, are already earning rave reviews across East Tennessee for his wonderful food.
Palmeno will prepare roast pig and all the trimmings in his own style. His specialty is New World cuisine, which takes traditional recipes and adds a twist. This will be no ordinary barbecue.
He grew up in South Florida and learned to cook in the Florida Keys. After a stint in Charleston, NC learning Low Country cuisine, he is now at home recreating traditional Appalachian dishes with a delicious difference.
Private Chef cooks for couples, parties, wedding and anniversary celebrations, creating dishes from scratch on site. Palmeno particularly likes catering big events such as field festivals, where he and his staff build an outdoor kitchen two or three days in advance, then roast pork or other meats slowly and create a delectable buffet.
So save October 6 for Mountain Hope’s own Appalachian Field Festival. Details will follow.
On April 27th and 28th, award-winning Team 22 Studios is offering the public Mommy & Me mini photo sessions to benefit Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic! Team 22 invites corporate and business sponsors to take part in this promotion to further benefit Mountain Hope. Contact Team 22 Studios at 865.366.1213 to become a sponsor for this event or schedule your Mommy & Me Session.
There will be a dinner, an auction, music and a murder at Mountain Hope Good Shepherd’s Titanic fundraiser this year.
Someone will unexpectedly “die” during the course of the evening, and guests will have the opportunity of solving the mystery. Whodunit and why? Finding out will be part of the fun at the event set for Saturday, July 14, beginning at 6 p.m.
The setting for the event is the Titanic attraction in Pigeon Forge, itself spectacular. Guests will be wined and dined in the sumptuous dining room while trying to figure out clues. At the end of the evening they will gather for a toast and a photo on the Grand Staircase.
An auction and live music will keep guests entertained. If that’s not excitement enough, guests can opt in advance to play an active acting role in the murder mystery.
Tickets cost $250 each or $500 per couple. They are available from Ashley Burnette at Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic. She can be contacted at 774-7684 or at email@example.com. Sponsorships are also available for businesses.