St. John The Baptist Parish News Release

Malcolm Jenkins Foundation to Support Recovery Efforts in St. John

Malcolm Jenkins Foundation to Support Recovery Efforts in St. John

Friday, September 21, 2012

Beginning at 7:00 p.m., Monday, September 24, at the Pavilion of Two Sisters in City Park, New Orleans Safety Malcolm Jenkins will be hosting Taste of New Orleans, a fundraiser to help support recovery efforts of recreational play areas in St. Tammany and St. John the Baptist parishes damaged by Hurricane Isaac.

The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation’s (TMJF) fundraising event is designed to celebrate the region’s best food paired with the nation’s top wineries. TMJF is dedicated to positively impacting the lives of youth, by providing resources, innovative opportunities and experiences that will help youth develop skills to succeed in life and becoming contributing members of the community.

Taste of New Orleans Participating Restaurants, Wineries and Sponsors include: Wolfe's Gulf Coast Grill, Ruth’s Chris, Joel, Morton’s, Bravo, Markham Lapostelle, Sandord, Drago’s, Chimney Rock, Rutherford Hill, Maple St. Patisserie, Praline Connection, St. James Cheese, Kakkoii, Pigeon, Café Giovanni, Galatoire’s, Domaine Carneros, Hendry, Simi, Marius, Terlato, Starbucks, Entergy New Orleans, Red Stick Prosthetics, Wendy’s, WDSU, Q93.3, 98.5 WYLD, Spears Consulting Group.

To attend Taste of New Orleans, visit, or call 504.366.8063

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