STOUGHTON — Nationally recognized Chef Stephen Coe, in partnership with The Hannon Foundation, will bring his food trucks and award-winning fare to the Stoughton Municipal parking lot on Wednesday morning to cook for Stoughton Police and Firefighters. The event is being hosted by the Hannon Foundation and Feed the First Responders as a way to give back to first responders, who are some of the non-profit foundation’s most loyal supporters.
“We love doing this. We love showing up and seeing the camaraderie and smiles on the first responders,” Chef Coe said. “We get to see them unwind and joke around and it is awesome.”
Added Fire Chief Carroll: “We would like to thank both the Hannon Foundation and
Feeding First Responders for thinking of us. We are always humbled and amazed by the support we receive from people.”
TOMORROW, Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022 at 11 a.m. — Media availability at 10:45 with Chef Coe and First Responders
Stoughton Municipal parking lot, Rose Street
(Next to the Stoughton Police Department, located at at 26 Rose St)
Chef Stephen Coe, Stoughton Police and Firefighters, representatives from the Hannon Foundation.
“As first responders we thrive to make a difference in people’s lives, but on
Wednesday the Hannon Foundation and Feed the First Responders will look to make a difference in ours,” Acting Police Chief Brian Holmes said.
ABOUT CHEF STEPHEN COE
Stephen Coe is a nationally recognized and award-winning chef, best known for his victory against celebrity chef Bobby Flay in “Chopped: Beat Bobby Flay” on the Food Network. Whether in the kitchen or one of his many food trucks, Chef Coe is known for his culinary creativity and ability to compete at any stage against any competition.
ABOUT THE HANNON FOUNDATION:
The Hannon Foundation was formed to assist families in eastern Massachusetts who are in financial crisis due to a parent’s loss of employment, or a family member’s medical condition. Each year Hannon Foundation posts a team of runners in the Falmouth Road Race, and many of those runners are first responders, running to raise money for local families in need. Stoughton Police Animal Control Officer Michelle Carlos, Stoughton Fire Captain George “Buddy” O’Neil and Firefighter Corey Hatch will be running the Falmouth Road Race next year for the Hannon Foundation.