Vendors included Peterson Nut Co., Malley’s Chocolates, Colonial Coin and Jewelry (buying back gold, silver, diamonds, coins and selling jewelry), plus pottery, hand-knit items, purses, women’s accessories and books.
“We’re grateful to everyone who came out today to support both Judson’s 2012 Annual Fund and the Creative Arts Fund,” said Chris Bartel, Judson Annual Fund Chairman.
“The Boutique was a great success. We had quite a few new vendors and sales are up 25 percent over last year,” said Lisa Dean, Manager of the Judson Foundation.
Proceeds from the Judson Holiday Boutique support the 2012 Judson Annual Fund which ensures that all Judson residents have the opportunity to participate in enriching programs, regardless of their need for financial assistance. Proceeds also support The Judson Creative Arts Fund, which provides residents and their families with unique opportunities to express themselves through the visual arts.
If you missed today’s Boutique, you can shop tomorrow, Thursday, November 15, 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. at Judson’s South Franklin Circle community in Chagrin Falls.
For more information about how you can support the 2012 Annual Fund Campaign and the Creative Arts Fund, call Lisa Dean, (216) 791-2691 or email@example.com. You may also make a secure online donation by clicking the “Donate Now” button below.