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Photos: 9th annual Chefs' Dinner for PAWS

Last night the 9th annual Chefs' Dinner for PAWS was held at Lincoln Financial Field.

Photos: 9th annual Chefs' Dinner for PAWS

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Last night The 9th Annual Chefs’ Dinner for PAWS was held at Lincoln Financial Field.

It was a night of food, fun and excitement where the city’s best chefs created 3-course food and wine pairings table side for 12 guests each.

The intimate setting and personal attention from each of the 46 chefs gave attendees an insider’s look at the nation’s most prestigious kitchens.

The annual event helps raise money for PAWS, the city’s largest no-kill shelter. PAWS operates a high-volume, low-cost animal clinic serving pet owners and rescue organizations that lack access to affordable basic veterinary care.

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