Eventually Sharon (a Pfarkel sister and booth mate of mine) and I made it to Cheryl’s booth, just in time to meet and have our picture with Joan Steffend. Of course, neither of us had a camera handy, but Cheryl did! And here – finally - is the picture (me, Joan, Sharon).
I ran into Cheryl again in
at Gold Rush the following weekend and had a nice but too short visit in the parking lot. We both agreed that she should come to St. Chuck’s, so we have scheduled a Tomboy Tool party for October 21. Rochester
October is breast cancer awareness month and we in
tend to make a big deal of promoting breast cancer awareness. We -- my Women in Business group and local breast cancer survivors and supporters -- call ourselves the Bosom Buddies. We try to have several events throughout the month to promote awareness. St. Charles
Back to the scoop on the tool party. Instead of having it at my home, it will be at Gatherings & Gifts, a gift and coffee shop in downtown
that is owned by my friend Laura Kirby. By having it in a downtown business, we hope reach a larger audience and get everyone acquainted with those awesome pink Tomboy Tools! St. Charles
Cheryl, I hope you are prepared for a fun night with the Bosom Buddies of St. Charles!!!