February 19, 2019
In her role as chair of the Lucy Daniels Center (LDC), Raleigh partner Toni Peck was interviewed by Spectrum News' Caroline Blair regarding the 3rd annual Cooking for a Classic Food Competition. All the proceeds from the cook-off went to LDC, which aimed to raise $150,000 this year.
In Cooking for a Classic, eight chefs competed over three weeks to win $15,000 cash or a restored 1981 Jeep Scrambler. The cooks prepared three courses from secret ingredients revealed that day. Judges then decided their favorite dishes based on creativity, use of ingredients, execution, and presentation.
Peck has served as chair of LDC since Sept. 2018, but she has been involved with the organization for six years. LDC is a nonprofit serving children and their families in the Raleigh, N.C., area that could benefit from mental health services. The nonprofit offers mental health assessments, family counseling, one-on-one and group therapy, as well as early childhood and elementary education programs. Peck focuses her practice on assisting healthcare providers with regulatory compliance and corporate matters.
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