Filled to capacity, Culver City’s La Dijonaise restaurant was the site on Wednesday, February 1 for a successful — and delicious — evening of food and fundraising to benefit Meghan’s campaign for City Council. The sold-out event saw a throng of Meghan’s supporters enjoying the delicious food, great service, and lively conversation at the classic French bistro in the heart of the Helms Bakery District.
A silent auction followed dinner featuring the work of local artists Michelle Souza and Leslie Rosdol, and Oregonian Artist Greeley Wells (Meghan’s father). A number of area businesses and individuals donated gift certificates to the silent auction, including Koncept 67 Salon, Sada’s Flowers, Goda Yoga, voice lessons from Cecily Gardner, plumbing services from Chase Palmer, a garden design consultation from Mayita Dinos, and a bike tune-up from Bikes & Books, as well as local restaurants Shalimar Cuisine of India, and Conservatory for Coffee, Tea and Cocoa.
Meghan’s next campaign event is a spectacular evening of dining and theater on February 24 culminating in a groundbreaking interpretation of George Orwell’s classic novel 1984 at The Actors Gang at Ivy Station. The location of the dinner is TBA — we will soon be taking reservations and payments online!