MOTHER'S DAY MEALS

Saturday, May 8, 2021
 
 

Treat Mom to a Gourmet Meal at Home!

These gourmet meals are prepped and ready to cook for Mom!  A local, professional chef will guide your family, step by step, on how to cook your Mother's Day Meal with an instructional video.

Mother's Day Meal

Starter: Vegan Cauliflower Ceviche, Fresh Lime Cucumber, Tomato Tostada

Salad: Rogue Valley Spring Greens, Medley of Dried Fruits and Nuts, Tarragon Vinn
 
Entree: Fresh Herb and Fig Stuffed Pork Loin, Fall Spiced Squash
Trio, Locally Foraged Spring Mushroom Risotto
 
Desert: Momofuko Milk Bar, Chocolate Chip Cookies

Details

Each meal serves 4 people and includes all food items needed to prepare the meal. Included with the ingredients, is a pre-recorded instructional video by a local, professional Chef so you can prepare the meal at your convenience. Link to the video will be included at pick up or available on
this page starting May 8th. All this for only $100!
 
Don't forget to do the dishes for Mom!
 
Purchase & Pickup
 
You may purchase your Mother's Day Meals online via this LINK or the QR Code below.
Pickup will be on Saturday, May 8 from 10:00AM-2:00PM at 328 S. Holly Street, Medford, OR 97501.
 
Available for purchase thru May 2, 2021.
 
 
                                                                                 
 
Questions or concerns about dietary restriction contact: roguevalleyafterfiverotary@gmail.com
 

The Cause

The proceeds from this fundraiser will benefit local causes (including the Rogue Powerpacks, which provides backpacks full of nutritious, child-friendly food to local elementary school children to ensure they do not go hungry while away from school), as well as all the many youth activities that Rogue Valley After Five Rotary supports such as Interact, RYLA (youth leadership camp), and scholarships.
 

Safety First: COVID-19

The pickup location is in an outdoor public space and all volunteers will practice social distancing. The entire event from beginning to end will follow all current OHA and CDC safety guidelines.