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Celebrity Steak-Out supports early detection research Aug. 23

Baseball star Jamie Moyer, rock star Duff McKagan among celebrity servers; fundraising event to benefit the Center includes private shopping at Mario’s, steak at Morton’s, auctions

Aug. 1, 2011
Karen Moyer

Karen Moyer is pictured at last year's Steak-out. Tickets are $250; the event raises funds for the Catch a Cure for Cancer fundraising campaign, a collaboration of the Hutchinson Center and The Moyer Foundation.

Rebecca Ellison Photography

Ingredients for a memorable night: Shop at Mario's, then dine on steak and salmon served by celebrities including baseball star Jamie Moyer—all in support of the Hutchinson Center’s early cancer detection research.
 
The Brotherton Cadillac Celebrity Steak-Out on Tuesday, Aug. 23, starts with cocktails at Mario's downtown Seattle boutique. After mingling and private shopping, head downstairs to Morton’s The Steakhouse for dinner and silent and live auctions.

In addition to Moyer, your waiters will include Seattle Sounders forward Steve Zakuani, former Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan and swimwear designer/supermodel Susan Holmes-McKagan.

Auction items include:

  • Art by Dale Chihuly
  • VIP packages from Emerald Downs and the Experience Music Project
  • A Seattle Seahawks training camp experience
  • A New York City trip for two to see “Late Show with David Letterman”

Tickets are $250, with proceeds supporting The Gregory Fund® for early cancer detection research at the Center. The Steak-Out raises funds for the Catch a Cure for Cancer fundraising campaign, a collaboration of the Center and The Moyer Foundation.

See the full list of celebrity waiters and auction items and order event tickets online.

To learn about additional ways you can support Catch a Cure for Cancer, including a Tweet Up and a Seattle Mariners silent auction, visit the Center’s event website.

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center is a world leader in research to prevent, detect and treat cancer and other life-threatening diseases.