NKF Serving Connecticut and Western Massachusetts

3rd Annual Night of Hope

The Third Annual National Kidney Foundation’s Night of Hope, Honoree Masquerade Ball will be held on Thursday November 1, 2018 at Aria, 45 Murphy Rd. Prospect CT at 6:00 pm. There will be a roaming magician and a prize for the best costume.
 
This year the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) is honoring, Dan Madison, MS, a long time Board Member of the National Kidney Foundation and Director Transplant Services at Hartford Transplant Center with the Excellence in Care Award. Dr. Margaret Bia from Yale New Haven Transplant Center will be receiving the Life Time Achievement Award. Also, we have the pleasure of Honoring Quinnipiac University, with the Excellence in Care Award, accepting the Award will be Bruce Koeppen, MD. and Hartford Hospital Transplant Center will receive the Excellence in Care Award, accepted by Caroline Rochon, MD and Joseph Singh, MD. All our Honorees are deserving of these awards for not only caring for their patients but caring about their patients.
 
It will be a fun-filled evening with a delicious sit-down dinner, silent auction tables with many high-end items and a chance to support not only the honorees but the National Kidney Foundation’s programs and services. The theme is a Masquerade Celebration so we ask that people wear suits, dresses or gowns embracing the masquerade theme. There will be Masks on every table for those who might want one.
 
For more information or to purchase tickets please contact Marcia Hilditch at 203-439-7912 or email marcia.hilditch@kidney.org.

Thank you to our sponsors:

Hartford Hospital
Yale New Haven Health
Quinnipiac University

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Cobb Salad

SERVINGS: 4
PREP TIME: 30 mins
COOK TIME: 30 mins

Author: National Kidney Foundation
Degree of Difficulty: Medium
Meal: Lunch, Dinner
Course: Salad, Entree
Preferences: Wheat Free

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Ingredients
Cooking Instructions
Dice tomato, cook and chop turkey bacon, slice roasted turkey, crumble blue cheese, and boil, peel and chop the egg. Toss all lettuce together in a large bowl. You can top with other vegetables, meat, and cheese. For a classic presentation, divide ingredients in rows to top your salad. Enjoy!
0.25 cup Blue Cheese
2 cup Romaine Lettuce
1 cup Watercress
1 egg Eggs
2 slices Sliced Turkey Bacon
2 tbsp Chopped Chives
0.5 Medium Tomatoes
4 oz Roasted Turkey