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Princess Dinner_webDebi Pauletto, Community Relations Director at the UGM Center for Women & Children in Coeur d’Alene, teaches a class on the beauty of being a woman. In this cross between a charm course and an in-depth study of our identity in Christ, Debi goes over etiquette, modesty and table manners and unveils the woman described in Proverbs 31. She wanted to end the class with a special celebration that would give the women an opportunity to practice what they had learned, so she contacted Spokane Country Club Chef Frank Comito. Frank sees food as an expression of God’s grace and was excited to lavish that grace on these women in abundance. He served the ladies a five-course meal, featuring filet mignon for the main course and a palate cleanser of raspberry sorbet with balsamic vinegar and yellow beet syrup.

The ladies said they felt like royalty . . . which, in fact, they are.

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