Talking Stick chefs to lead March of Dimes fundraiser

Talking Stick Resort has announced that Executive Chef Tom Freimuth and Orange Sky Restaurant Chef Ron Dimas have been named the 2015 Honorary Chefs by March of Dimes Arizona for the charity’s Signature Chefs Auction to be held Nov. 8.

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Talking Stick Resort Executive Chef Tom Freimuth.

Each year, March of Dimes honors leading chefs who have donated their time and talents to support of the organization and Arizona’s babies.

Talking Stick Resort, Mr. Freimuth and Mr. Dimas have provided more than $35,000 in support of March of Dimes through sponsorship and funds raised through the auction.

“The continuous support of Chefs Tom Freimuth and Ron Dimas and the culinary team at Talking Stick Resort has played a significant role in the success of the Signature Chefs Auction over the past four years,” said Kate Sepe, senior community director, March of Dimes Arizona. “We are thrilled to be able to show our appreciation by giving them the title of Honorary Chefs.”

As the Honorary Chefs, Freimuth and Dimas are providing a culinary and resort experience as one of this year’s March of Dimes Signature Chef Auction prizes. The prize gives 10 guests a two-night staycation at Talking Stick Resort with dinner at Orange Sky and spa treatments at The Spa at Talking Stick Resort.

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Chef Ron Dimas

“March of Dimes Arizona is an outstanding organization that makes a difference in the lives of so many families. We are happy to lend our support to raise funds for the work they do in throughout the state,” said Mr. Freimuth.

The seventh annual March of Dimes Phoenix Signature Chefs Auction takes place on Sunday, Nov. 8 at the Arizona Biltmore. The event features samplings of signature dishes from some of the Valley’s best chefs, in addition to an exciting auction that helps fund March of Dimes programs.

Talking Stick Resort is located in Scottsdale just east of the Loop 101 on Indian Bend Road.

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