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Business & Charitable Events Calendar

"A Purse for Change"

4/18/2013

Organization: Women's Foundation of Genesee Valley at Temple B'rith Kodesh

"A Purse for Change" designer purse auction: hosted by the Women's Foundation of Genesee Valley at Temple B'rith Kodesh, 6:30 p.m. Join us for a fun night of friendship and shopping! The auction features purses from today's leading designers with bids starting at 50 percent off the retail price. Includes a raffle with items such as tickets to the Rochester International Jazz Festival, a $500 Cornell's Jewelers gift card, a Reckless Necklace and more. All proceeds benefit the foundation's mission to promote economic self-sufficiency for women and girls. To learn more, visit the foundation's website at www.womensfoundation.org. Advance-sale tickets are $60 and available from the foundation office or through the website; on the day of the auction, tickets will cost $75, if available. Ticket price includes wine and hors d'oeuvres. A cash martini bar will also be offered.



 

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