Salvation Army Mystery Chefs To Prepare Dinner

OSWEGO, NY – The Oswego Salvation Army is hosting the final Guest Chef Dinner of the year on Dec. 1 from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.

The Army’s famous “Roast Beef Dinner” will be served by the Mystery Chefs behind the Salvation Army curtain.

Mystery chefs to prepare meal
Mystery chefs to prepare meal

The public is invited to take a break from holiday shopping to meet the Mystery Chefs and to sit down and enjoy a delicious meal at the newly renovated Army facility at 73 W. Second St.

Take-out meals are also available for diners’ convenience.

The Mystery Chefs are “seen” behind their assistants: Paul Santore, newly elected advisory board chair; Queenie O’Neil Sands, advisory board member; and Captain Ken Hayes and Major Corrine Hayes.

The dinner event has become a popular fund-raising effort for the community and Army volunteers.

Each year, a special roast beef dinner is served.

The funds help support the operations of the local Citidal.

“This year the need is great.” noted Santore.

Dinner tickets are $8.50 each, $5 for ages 6-12 and children under 5 years old are free.

For more information contact the Salvation Army office at 343.6491.