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High tea a success

The House with the Red Door would like to thank the following people and vendors for contributing to the first annual High Tea and High Country Fashion show Aug. 23.This first-year event raised more than $5,000 for the House with the Red Door programs.Special thanks to table hostesses Kelli Bennett, Jeannie Bundy, Jane Daniels, India Davis, Jeanette Foley, Elizabeth Gaines, Charlotte Griffin, Elly Gordman, Cheryl Love, Jean Paffrath, Anicia Ebert-Santos, Sharon Schoffield, Shirley Shockely, Donna Synnott, Jane Venable and Pat Voss.Special thanks also to sponsors Breckenridge Jewelry, City Market, Denby, Dotted Dog Designs, Frisco Nails, Bob and Elly Gordman, Hunt Placer Inn, Keystone Conference Center, Liza Ortiz Photography, Mi Casa, Summit Daily News, Lee and Donna Synnott and Frank and Jane Venable.Thanks also to contributors Backcountry Brewery, Boatyard Pizzeria & Grill, Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., Frisco Wal-Mart, La Cazana Restaurant, Sky Bleu Caf, Summit Pilates and Movement Arts, Target, The Mountain Sanctuary Holistic Spa, Tuscato Ristorante, Twisted Pine, First Impressions Salon & Spa, Pika Bagel Bakery, Summit Gold Jewelry, Body Works Spa & Massage and Mattie B’s.Also, thanks for the special music provided by Erica Fox, Christian Julin, Rebekah Kennedy, Allison Rowley, Jullian Rowley and Rebecca Wieronski.And thanks to models Kelly Butler – Canary in a Clothes Mine and Dotted Dog Designs; Kealy Bower – Goods; Patti Bower – Goods; Dana Chambers – Jones New York; Charlotte Griffin – Twisted Pine; Dennis Johnson – Mountain Anglers; Jeannie Johnson – Caamano; Laura Louder – Holly’s Pizzazz; Roger Moen – Twisted Pine; Teresa Moen – Alpen Collections; Jeff Paffrath -Mountain Anglers; Bruce Plankington – Mountain Anglers; Karen Seising – Corral West; and Frank Venable – Mountain Anglers.

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