Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain and New York City Fire Department Raise $30,000 for the Fire Family Transport Foundation During Manhattan Benefit
Dec. 10 Dinner Honored Late New York City Firefighter, Randy Wiebicke
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Pictured Above: Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain's Executive Chef Beau MacMillan with New York City Fire Department's Ladder Company 1 at the New York City Fire Museum.
Pictured Above: Executive Chef Beau MacMillan of Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain with Madeline Wiebicke, widow of Randy Wiebicke, joined by FDNY's Steve Rogers.
Pictured Above: Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain's Executive Chef Beau MacMillan readying a feast at the New York City Fire Museum, which raised $30,000 for New York's Fire Family Transport Foundation.
New York, NY (December 13, 2011) – On December 10, Executive Chef Beau MacMillan of Scottsdale, Arizona's Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain teamed up with FDNY Engine 7 Ladder 1 to raise money for the FDNY Fire Family Transport Foundation. The dinner celebration raised $30,000, which will go towards the purchase of a new transport van in honor of late New York City firefighter, Randy Wiebicke. The evening's festivities, held at the New York City Fire Museum, included a live auction – featuring an elaborate vacation package to the Sanctuary resort – as well as performances by Singer Michelle Cleary and comedians Kevin Flynn and Judson Liapply.
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A video montage of the Dec. 10 dinner is available at: http://www.jeffertz.com/Sanctuary/NY_Fire_Sanctuary2.mov