Soroptimist Fundraiser in Loomis on January 30th
(Loomis, CA) -Soroptimist International of Loomis Basin will host a Designer Purse Extravaganza on Thursday, January 30 from 6 to 8:30 PM at the Blue Goose Event Center, located at 3550 Taylor Rd. in Loomis.
Tickets are available by calling Hebard Higby 916-652-0404 or dropping by the office at 3837 Taylor Rd, Loomis.
Tickets for this "ultimate girl's night out" are $20 and include appetizers, water, games and door prizes. Attendees purchase raffle tickets separately and deposit tickets next to the purses they'd like to win. Purses include Coach, Mishi, Brighten, Guess, Tagnanello and many more. Wine and other beverages will also be available for purchase. Bring your friends, enjoy the laughter, be tempted by the array of purse styles and have a fun, fabulous evening.
If you have a beautiful purse sitting in your closet that might be loved by someone else, please feel free to contact Sabrina Higby or Chris Hebard at 916-652-0404 about making a purse donation to Soroptimist.
The fundraiser supports teacher grants, the L.I.F.E. Senior Center, Women's Opportunity awards, former foster youth and many other community and international projects focused on improving the lives of girls and women.
To learn more Soroptimist International of Loomis Basin, go to www.soroptimistloomis.com
Join them for weekly club meetings on Wednesdays at 8 am at 'The Train Depot' (Taylor Rd. & Horseshoe Bar Rd.) in Loomis and the once a month on 2nd Wednesday evening meeting at Lorenzo's at 5:30 PM, or contact Eileen Elder, President at (916) 652-4509.
Soroptimist (soroptimist.org) is an international volunteer service organization for business, professional and retired women who work to improve the lives of women and girls, in local communities and throughout the world. Soroptimist International of Loomis Basin (www.soroptimistloomis.com) is a 501(c)(3) organization.
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