Hundreds of women from the Fresno-Clovis area attended our second annual Girl’s Night Out event held on Tuesday, April 19th at the Odd Fellows Hall in Clovis. Attendees were given the opportunity to pamper themselves, shop, sample delicious food and wines, listen to great music and more thanks to the participating vendors. It also afforded Sisterhood of Survivors a fun and unique way to continue to inform the community of our local outreach efforts.
Without the help of many this event would not have been possible. Sisterhood of Survivors would like to thank the following 2011 vendors for their participation, donations and support: Cabi, California Oncology, Cookie Lee Jewelry, Cora Nicaccio, “DeAuro” Jewelry, Designs with Life, Exploding Photo Boxes, Fashion Doctor, Forever Photos, Foster Industries, Fresno Rebekah Lodge #158, Gold Canyon Candles, It’s My Party, Juice Plus, Mary Kay, MedID, Melaleuca, Miche Bags, Milla Vineyards, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Party Just Because, Pink Heals Tour, Sandra Acuna Designs, Nussentials, Tastefully Simple, The Healing Place, Top Drawer, Twinkle Toes and Princess Bows, Two Bottle Blondes, Vault Denim, Wickless Scents by Denise and W.I.S.H. Our thanks also go out to Milla Vineyards for providing the Wine Tasting, It’s My Party for providing the wine glasses, P.F. Chang’s China bistro for the Lettuce Wraps and our D.J. of the evening, Jerry Ames compliments of “Fun Put to Music”. SOS would like to express our sincere appreciation to the Fresno Odd Fellows Lodge #186 who so generously donated the use of their hall, tables and chairs for this event and with the assistance of Fresno Rebekah Lodge #158 provided assistance before, after and during this event. And a big thank you to Kevin Kelly for taking photo's throughot the evening and Crystal Sherian for working with local media contact well before the event! Last, but certainly not least, Sisterhood of Survivors would like to thank everyone who attended our second Girl’s Night Out and for helping us to make this event a success.
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