You Made Purse Bash 2017 Wonderful!!
Our PURSE BASH 2017 was FAB – there are many to thank for time, talent and investment. Special Kudos to Hannah Perry, our OUTSTANDING Event Chairperson.
THANKS, Jennifer Tomazic and Brittny McGraw of WPXI, our gracious Mcees at Purse Bash 2017!!
- THANKS to the Masonic Center for a beautiful venue!
- THANKS to our Purse Bash Top Sponsors: Dollar Bank; First Commonwealth Bank; North Allegheny Rotary International; Pollock Begg Komar Glasser & Vertz LLC; Simplified Merchant Services; Scopewell LLC
- THANKS to our Purse Bash Purse Sponsors: Ace’s Tavern; Crisis Center North; Glenshaw Auto Service; Lucy Stake & Cindy Backes; Creese, Smith & Co. LLC; Northwest Bank
- THANKS to our Purse Bash Wine Sponsor: The Power House
- THANKS to Kathy Badarraco of Bountiful Foods and Baskets for her scrumptious hors d’voures and gracious servers
- THANKS to our Purse Bash Cookie Bakers: Kathy Geiger, Sandy Towle, Mary Innamorato, and Diana Fettis….YUM!!
- THANKS to our faithful Beverage Sponsor, Turo Family Chiropractic
- THANKS to our Purse Bash Planning Committee: Tracy Kincaid, Cindy Backes, Kathy Geiger, Linda Berkheiser, Mary Ann Zeigler, Jessica Butchko, LeeAnn Hune, Willa Koenig, Agnes Merlin, Nita Moots-Kincaid, Paulette Thomas, Joann King and Kat Belsky… hopefully I didn’t forget anybody.
- THANKS to each and every Volunteer of Treasure House Fashions for your steadfast dedication and service. We could not exist without your selfless giving to our mission – running our shop, working behind the scenes, being “personal shoppers” or helping with special events!! Your efforts are a priceless gift!!
THANKS to each and every one of you for taking time from your busy schedule to support – in a very enjoyable way – the mission of Treasure House Fashions. Words are inadequate to express the heartfelt appreciation to each of you for attending our fundraiser
Thank you…Thank you…Thank you!!!
Founder and Executive Director of Treasure House Fashions In 2000, after navigating through a divorce and “inheriting” over $200,000… worth of debt, Sally purchased a retail store to augment her income. The rest is history and she drafted other like-minded women to walk alongside me responding to a need – tangibly “affirming the treasure” within women navigating challenging journeys.
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