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Flourish 2.0 = Great Food, Drinks and Entertainment!

As always, our Flourish Gala will include delicious food and beverages as well as some exciting entertainment...


We are delighted and privileged to have esteemed Chef Yaku Mortin Spruill cooking for Flourish 2.0 once again. 


Chef Yaku is a standout in the culinary world. A graduate of California Culinary Academy of San Francisco (Le Cordon Blue) making his mark in the San Francisco food scene running a successful pop up Called "The Fix" , Celebrity chef for Eat Play events and catering as well as Chef/Owner of D.O.P.E Chef Society,  chef instructor at the Bay View Hunters Point YMCA, and Contributing writer for an online woman's magazine called The Single Ladies Cafe

After his first national television appearance on NBC's "Food Fighter", Chef Yaku has moved on to compete on Food Networks "Cutthroat Kitchen" (3 final appearances and 1 championship) winner of food networks star salvation season 12, finalist on "Food Network Star" Season 12 and finalist on this season of comeback kitchen on food network (aired May 27th 2018)

Full Menu Coming Soon.


There will be lots of entertainment throughout the event!


MC KYLE BLAZE - TECA Music Teacher  will be performing from 5:00- 5:30 


FONTANA BUTTERFIELD - Improv actress and TECA Parent 


PANGEA  will be performing from 5:45 pm to 6:45  pm 

DJ LUV - Get your dancing shoes on and dance the night away with DJ Luv Spinning awesome tunes from 8:30 till close



Pangea is powerful mix of cultures and rhythms on a mission: Bring people together to one heartbeat.  Members hail from Madagascar, Iran, Italy, Chile, and the Bay Area and bring their particular nuances and knowledge.   Their songs can travel from New Orleans to the Andes to the Middle East to Rio de Janeiro all in a contagious blend of universal languages that cross borders and unite cultures. 

Originally born from friendships made on the soccer field in San Francisco, Pangea’s roots are deep in sharing community.  The international Soccer Family, which meets to play once a week for almost 2 decades, brings people from all over the world together to play soccer and enjoy the exchange of culture and, after the game, play music together.  Damian Nuñez, who had recently arrived from Argentina and was studying his masters in music at San Francisco State, thought that music can blend community the same way that soccer does.  And so from that simple notion, in 2007, Pangea Futbol Club was born.


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