Wine, Cheese, Silver Jewelry Shopping all for a Good Cause

Ladue Family Assistance Program hosts Silpada design jewelry shopping Wednesday night.

The Ladue Family Assistance Fund committee is hosting a Silpada designs jewelry open house this Wednesday, Sept. 21, 7-9 p.m. at Deer Creek Coffee in Ladue.

This a fundraiser for anyone who wants to support the Ladue Family Assistance Fund, anyone who loves jewelry and can bring friends who want to do the same.

This is an “open house” format. Orders can be placed immediately. One hundred percent of the proceeds will be donated to the Ladue Family Assistance Fund.

There will be jewelry to try on, and orders will be shipped within one week. Silpada offers a popular and unique and exclusive line of fine sterling silver jewelry. Silpada jewelry is stunning, stylish and handcrafted by artisans world-wide.

The silver is .925 sterling and the gemstones are authentic. All pieces hold a lifetime guarantee.

Deer Creek Coffee is located at 9820 Clayton Rd. with ample parking to the west by Ladue Pharmacy.

Patrons will have the opportunity to enjoy wine and cheese while shopping. On line shopping is on line by clicking here.

The Family Assistance Program is able to help district families during hard times. The program has provided for:

  • Student lunches
  • ACT testing fees
  • Groceries and gasoline for families in need
  • Bask program
  • Utility restoration
  • Free athletic physicals
  • Summer camping fees
  • Backpacks and school supplies

Co chairs of the event are Diane Patershuk and Tricia Soncasie.

Committee members include Kelly Shervitz, Nancy Weinrich, Kate Clark, Elizabeth Allen, Susan Figenshau, Kelly Gaines, Janice Laycob, Shelli Netherton, LeighAnn Allen, Connie Dunkle, Ellen Wilkinson, Tracy Donovan and Lynda Rater.

For information, email Diane Patershuk.

Hosts for the event are Susan Holt, 314-974-7929 or Laura Feder, 314-330-7236.


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