The eve of the 2022 Chiklit Luncheon, including backers of the Community Partners of Dallas fundraiser Reena Brayshaw, Libby Hunt, Diane Morten, Kim Stevens-Olsanya, Sandy Moore, Rhonda Sargent Chambers, Francie Mancilas, Christy Carter, Dave Sanford, Heather Bonfield, Elizabeth Gambrel, Mary Lee Miller, Roxanne Carnet and Chick Lit Presenting Sponsor Lara and Bob Terfel I attended a unique evening at Stanley Koshak.
In addition to Chick Lit, Honorary Chairman Sint Marshall Korshak owner reading an excerpt from his recently published book You’ve Been Chosen: Thriving Through the Unexpected crawford block Arrange a personal stylist for Koshak Sonya Woods Rose Provides fashion presentation. Here’s a report from the field:
Co-Chair of Chick Lit Luncheon Erica Flood-Maltory When Renita Joyce Smithalong with honorary chairman Sint Marshall, welcomed more than 100 sponsors to a backers party hosted on Thursday, September 29.
Party-goers, hosted by Stanley Korshak, gathered downstairs as soon as they arrived and upstairs for a special presentation.
After a brief welcome by CPD President/CEO Paige McDaniel, Sint shared an excerpt from her new memoir, You’ve Been Chosen: Thrive in the Unexpected. but in reality it is a story about every challenge she has ever faced and she truly believes she was chosen for the challenge. just like it was. Not only have they been chosen, but they are uniquely equipped to meet these challenges.
The chapter she read described her personal journey through a miscarriage with her husband and the loss of her 6-month-old daughter. Marshall and her husband, who later decided to consider adopting her, eventually adopted her two-year-old Anthony. Her Anthony was neglected and abandoned by her mother when she was just nine months old. This story reflects the many children in the Dallas community that her partner supports. .
Stanley Koschak personal stylist Sonya Woods Rose We talked all about fall fashion. With the help of her two models and a rack of her picks, she topped her coats, faux leather and/or leather, culottes, and pajama-inspired 1980s styles. We highlighted the latest trends and must-haves with lots of nods to. The look, statement boots in bright pops of color, stunning blazers, and schoolgirl skirts. You don’t need to,” he added, causing a lot of laughter.
As the evening wore on, attendees continued shopping throughout the store, with a portion of the proceeds donated to community partners in Dallas.
* Photo credit: Celeste Cass