December 7, 2022 Noon – 1:00 p.m. Check-in begins at 11:45 a.m.
Lake Elmo Event Center 3712 Layton Ave N Lake Elmo, MN 55042
Who doesn’t like a good story, especially when it’s told by one of the most incredible storytellers of our time? We hope you’ll join us for lunch featuring Boyd Huppert of KARE TV. We also hope you’ll help share our story and spread the word about Meals From The Heart, as hunger continues to be a serious problem right in our own communities.
This year, Meals From The Heart is on target to pack an astonishing 1 million meals through events with community groups, churches, and our amazing corporate partners. Our hope today, through your generous support, is to stock local food shelves with an additional 100,000 meals.
This free event is made possible by Meals From The Heart partners and sponsors. Participants will be invited to make a charitable gift to Meals From The Heart (no minimum or maximum contribution).
Lunch selections include a choice of sandwich or salad with a dessert.
Chicken Club Sandwich Grilled chicken breast topped with Swiss cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and seasoned spread. Served on a kaiser roll.
Festival Salad Dried cranberries, candied pecans, sliced oranges, apples, and pears with gorgonzola on a bed of mixed greens. Served with a champagne vinaigrette.
Dessert – Mini Sin Of The Inn Pecan crust filled with caramel, white satin and chocolate ganache. Topped with white chocolate mousse.
Have questions? Contact Tom or 651-829-3232 Ext 2 or reach out to your table host.
Boyd recently marked his 26th year at KARE TV in Minneapolis, where he reports and produces the station’s Land of 10,000 Stories segment. Boyd also serves as National Storytelling Coach for the 49 newsrooms of TEGNA, KARE’s owner.
Boyd’s work has earned some of journalism’s highest honors, including 21 National Edward R. Murrow Awards, multiple National Headliner and Sigma Delta Chi Awards, the Scripps Howard Award, the national Emmy for feature reporting, and more than 140 regional Emmys. Boyd is a 2016 recipient of the Sprague Award, the highest honor bestowed by the National Press Photographers Association. Also, in 2016, Boyd was inducted into the Emmy Silver Circle, recognizing career contributions to the television industry.
Boyd grew up on a dairy farm in Wisconsin and graduated with a journalism degree from UW-River Falls.