May 1, 2014 It was a night full of different food from dozens of different cultures, all to raise money for Children's Miracle Network.
Thursday night at the Hilton in Greenville the second annual "International Taste of Greenville" took place.
Every type of dish from Chinese, to Italian, to American and many more were available for hundreds of people to sample the international tastes of the town.
All of the money raised through the event goes directly toward the James and Connie Maynard Children's Hospital and CMN. Even the restaurants donated all of the food provided.
The 2014 CMN poster child is 18-month-old Piper Wilhide, who is already a cancer survivor.
Those in charge of the event tell us each restaurant prepared enough food to feed between 300 and 400 people.
The event also included a live and silent auction.
WITN's Dave Jordan served as emcee.
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