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Boston Scenes 10-17-19: Codman Square Health Center’s 22nd annual Men of Boston Cook for Women’s Health gala

On Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019 more than 1,000 people came to Codman Square for the 22nd annual Men of Boston Cook for Women’s Health fundraising gala. Guests sampled food from 30 restaurants, drank, danced, chatted and met celebrity chefs who represented community, business and municipal groups in the city. Each year, Men of Boston raises money for women’s health programming and has become a signature event in the city.

CNN’s John King (left) and Marty Martinez, the City of Boston’s Chief of Health and Human Services, address the crowd at Codman Square Health Center’s Men of Boston Cook for Women’s Health. PHOTO: BETHANY VERSOY
Boston Police Commissioner Willie Gross serves food with Tavolo restaurant. PHOTO: BETHANY VERSOY
Party goers enjoy the evening at Codman Square Health Center’s Men of Boston Cook for Women’s Health. PHOTO: BETHANY VERSOY
State Rep. Dan Hunt (left) with representatives from Shanti Restaurant. PHOTO: BETHANY VERSOY
Former Red Sox pitcher Manny Delcarmen serves food from Darryl’s Corner Bar & Kitchen. PHOTO: BETHANY VERSOY
Party goers enjoy the evening at Codman Square Health Center’s Men of Boston Cook for Women’s Health. PHOTO: BETHANY VERSOY
Michael Curry of the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers (right) shares a laugh with attendees of Men of Boston Cook for Women’s Health. PHOTO: BETHANY VERSOY
Robert Lewis, Jr., founder and president of The BASE, gets some ice cream from Chill on Park. PHOTO: BETHANY VERSOY
Former Bruins player Rick “Nifty” Middleton enjoys a moment with UMass Boston’s Charlie Titus. PHOTO: BETHANY VERSOY
Party goers enjoy the evening at Codman Square Health Center’s Men of Boston Cook for Women’s Health. PHOTO: BETHANY VERSOY
Sandra Cotterell, CEO of Codman Square Health Center, and her husband, Ian Cotterell, get some photo time with Patriots defensive end Michael Bennett. PHOTO: COURTESY OF SANDRA COTTERELL
WCVB meteorologist Mike Wankum (center) gets a photo with party goers at Men of Boston Cook for Women’s Health. PHOTO: BETHANY VERSOY
State Representative Russell E. Holmes (second from left), his wife Sheree Holmes, and mother Marilyn Stout, enjoy a moment with Julie King of Villa México Café. PHOTO: COURTESY JULIE KING/VILLA MÉXICO CAFÉ
Above and Beyond Catering offered Swedish Fish candy “sushi.” PHOTO: BETHANY VERSOY

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