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This crazy good wine dinner at Sevy’s on September 10 will raise money to cure kids with cleft lip and palate


Dallas oral and maxillofacial surgeon John Wallace needs some help. Each year, the board certified medical doctor and dentist (he has both MD and DDS degrees) leads a mission trip to a less privileged country to help children with cleft lip and palate. This year, he’s asking the community to give him an assist to help kids in Bangladesh. 

On Sunday, September 10, Wallace and chef Jim “Sevy” Severson are partnering on a fundraising dinner at Sevy’s Grill. Chef Sevy will prepare a special four-course meal paired with wines. But not just any wines. These will be crazy good wines. Because Wallace is bringing the wines from his crazy-good, personal wine cellar.

“I have searched my cellar and personally selected each of the wines for this paired dinner,” Wallace told the Hatch. “The wines will be served “blind” and their labels revealed at the end of each course.”

The fun (and fundraising) begins at 1 pm with Champagne, ending around 3:30.

It’s $85 per person, all-in, for the meal.

Wallace says 100% of the cost of each ticket goes to the restaurant for the meal, while 100% of all charitable donations will go to Smile Bangladesh, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

Every $300 dollars covers all the expenses related to a cleft surgery for a child in need..

RSVP to Julie Bishop – email juliebishop@oralsurgerydfw.com  or call her at (214) 989-6639 if you want to attend.

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