Good Life City hosts chefs in preparation for First Supper Series

Students from Albany Technical College will be helping plate and serve dinner at the Albany Museum of Art Saturday night.

Photo: Kailey McCarthy

Chefs from all over Georgia have traveled to the Good Life City for the Albany Museum of Art's First Supper Series.

The series will be a five course meal which will include a starter, salad, entree and dessert with hors d'oeuvres served throughout the evening. The meal will be served Saturday night as a fundraiser for the Albany Museum of Art.

The chefs have been hard at work, preparing for the courses using Albany Technical College's culinary kitchen.

FOX 31 spoke with Chef Holly Chute who traveled all the way from Atlanta to take part in the series. She says she's looking forward to being a part of such a big event in the Good Life City.

"Albany has had it's share of hard times with the weather in the past year or two so to be able to come back and see the community come together and raise money to get the museum back up on it's feet is a great thing to be apart of," said Chute.

Chef Todd and ATC students will also be helping plate and deliver the meals to the Albany Museum of Art Saturday.

Over two hundred people will be served. Tickets for the supper series costs $250 dollars per person.

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