Taste of Southlake was loads of fun, topped with music, socializing, and food for the entire family to enjoy. This event not only saved many dinner plans for families but it also served as the completion of Leadership Southlake’s group project that impacts some part of the Southlake community. The goal of this delicious event is to give back and bring awareness to local restaurants by allowing them to show off what they do best.
Hosted by the Cambria Hotel, along with many different food options, this event was sure to be a promising one. GRACE’s very own Transitional Housing manager, Martisha Smith and Seasonal programs manager, Beth Chernik, are a part of the Leadership Southlake 2021-2022 class, and have expressed how close their bond has become since collaborating on this exciting project. “The opportunity for us to work together along with fifteen others is priceless” said Beth. “It allows us to strengthen our leadership skills while deepening our friendship.” The night became nothing short of excellence, especially with the food.
Fajita Pete’s, Loveria, Kirby’s Steakhouse were just a few of the many mouthwatering options that many could enjoy. The Me & Pooch band also provided the energetic live music that echoed throughout the hotel. The best part about the event is that Leadership Southlake shows appreciation towards many restaurants, letting them know that the community will always have their back.
We send thanks to Martisha, Beth and the rest of the Leadership Southlake team for putting on a spectacular event. We also say, congratulations for being amazing leaders in the community. We are truly blessed to have people and places that can come together to show support towards one another. Congratulations to everyone who was involved in this special event.