Jewelry, purses & the wobble benefit service organization
This girls night out on Monday was about fun and doing what some of us girls do best…shopping! A generous amount of the sale proceeds will help the Fort Bend County Women’s Center continue to provide valuable services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, and also their children.
Held at the distinctive City Plaza Clubhouse in Sugar Land Town Square on Lone Star Drive, this event, just with those supporting the effort, was about the modern world of casual fashion featuring jewelry and purse collections to accessorize the lives of those shopping for a worthy cause in the name of sharing.
Founded in 1980 by a Rosenberg attorney Pat Altman, an assistant DA Timothy Sloane, and Paulette Greene, a Rosenberg businesswoman, the Fort Bend County Women’s Center began as a single crisis hotline and has been fortunate to have committed notables like Christy Jennings (formerly Fuentes) at the helm, and today, Vita Goodell continues the important mission of the organization. But, when the fun kicked off this Monday, they were visiting with guests, and did not wooble. The Fred Astaire Dance Studio added this new line dance ingredient to the fundraiser that had Debbie Marcel and her daughter Molly Cooper strutting along with an impressive number of others.
If you did not make it to the Girls Night Out or have the chance to own one of those exclusive line fashion jewelry pieces featured and/or a handbag touted as the only purse you’ll ever need since it can have dozens of different fashionable looks just by changing its exterior, there’s probably still time to do it and help out the worthy cause. For more information, contact Liz Moreno, 832- 274-4542 or email@example.com