For example, some ordinances require a permitted kitchen to serve food. Photo: Catherine Yeulet/stock/Getty Images Decide on a budget. Break down a traditional dinner into its component parts in order to figure out what you should ask people to bring. To add variety to the pasta, make two different meat spaghetti options such as one with meatballs and one with sausage. Offer a receipt for any paying guest for tax purposes and make sure that someone keeps track of the money collected. Make a plan. You can write the date and time in a surprisingly large number of different ways. Will this event be professionally catered or will the meal be made by members of the organization? If the party is being thrown by an employer or professional organization, inquire about the budget.
Provide guests with light batters for each corresponding meat or fish. Include your e-mail address or phone number as a way for guests to contact you with their responses or questions. Serve each course of the meal by first serving the female guests at your table. Select a theme around which to build the after dinner speech, and collect relevant information you can use. Open the card and write out the details your guests need to know. Make the meatballs. You should familiarize yourself on the proper technique for writing formal dinner invitations. Confirm with each guest the week before what he or she plans to bring to the party. You may be planning this event for six months down the road, so it's a good idea to check in from time to make sure things are still on track. Serve the chocolate with fresh fruit, chunks of sponge cake and marshmallows for dipping.
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Kennedy, at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 2, at the Deer Valley Country Club in Deer Grove. A cash bar will be from 6 to 7 p.m., before the dinner. Several political office holders have been invited, including candidate for Comptroller Susanna Mendoza, Sen. Dick Durbin, Congresswoman Cheri Bustos, Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth, Secretary of State of Jesse White, Attorney General Lisa Madigan, Treasurer Mike Frerichs, 71st state Rep. Mike Smiddy, 76th state Rep. Andy Skoog and 74th state Rep. Candidate Bill Butts. Tickets for the buffet dinner are currently on sale for $50 each and may be purchased by contacting Rick Wilkin at 815-878-2990 by May 20.