Blessings of the Field to Showcase Oklahoma Agriculture- Happening August 26th at White Dog Hill in ClintonThu, 03 Aug 2017 06:32:18 CDT
Alumni of the Oklahoma Ag Leadership Program will be holding "Blessings from the Field," a fundraiser dinner event at White Dog Hill Restaurant in Clinton, Oklahoma, on August 26, 2017 at 7:30 pm. Mike Schulte, a Class XII Graduate of the program, is coordinating the evening and tells Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Farm Director Ron Hays that the evening is designed as a great get away for urban and rural folks alike.
The foods that will be featured have been produced by Oklahoma farmers and/or will be sourced from Made in Oklahoma companies- and will be showcased in an international format. Schulte says there will be several food stations that will each represent a country or region of the world that various Classes of the OALP have visited as a part of their Educational Experience. The dinner experience is being prepared by th White Dog Hill's renowned Chef Jacqueline Davies-Thunderbull. Chef Davies- Thunderbull will be taking people on several food experiences that lend themselves to other regions of the world, all while showcasing the famous agricultural products we grow right here in our great state!
This dinner will be held to benefit the Oklahoma Ag Leadership Program, which was established in 1980 and sponsors a two year leadership development program for young adults involved in some aspect of agriculture in the state of Oklahoma. The purpose of this event is to offer a world class dining experience for Oklahomans not directly connected with farming and ranching in our state- allowing them to enjoy the global cuisine while rubbing elbows with graduates of the OALP program, learning more about where their food comes from.
Mike Schulte talked with Ron Hays about the night that has been planned- click on the LISTEN BAR below to learn more about the 2017 Blessings of the Field event. For ticket information and more information about the Alumni Organization for OALP, the Ag Leadeship Oklahoma, click or tap here.
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