Wednesday May 8, 2013
1062 Delaware St.
Items MUST be dry-cleaned and still in their garment bags with hangers. Clothing will not be accepted otherwise.
Extra WiD VIP Punches will be given for each dry-cleaned set of clothing donated, up to three per Member.
Dress for Success Worldwide is an international non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of women located in more than 120 cities across 13 countries. The professional clothing, employment retention programs and ongoing support that we provide our clients symbolize our faith in every woman’s ability to be self-sufficient and successful in her career.
PLEASE LOG IN PRIOR TO REGISRTAION IF YOU ARE A MEMBER TO RSVP TO THIS EVENT. IF YOU ARE NOT A MEMBER, REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS $5.
Wednesday May 8, 2013
Colorado National Bank Building
918 17th St.
Saturday May 18, 2013 – Saturday May 18, 2013
Registration is closed so please contact Kathy Ford at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
On Tuesday March 19th the Women (and Men) of Women in Design (WiD) met at Teammates showroom to learn the Japanese art of folding paper, origami. The flower we created was a lily, which is an intermediate origami fold, so we broke into groups and went step by step, folding multiple sheets of paper for each step. Everyone seemed to pick it up pretty quickly and the bouquet flourished. There was lots of socializing and
We also had two prizes to be giving away to participants at the event. Congrats to our two winners; a Teknion Conflex desk lamp:
Everyone took a few of their flowers home and the rest were used to put together a bouquet on the recycled SIP panel from the Habitat for Humanity build day. This is our way of “paying it forward” to the Habitat project – using leftover materials to create a unique piece of art that will look good in any environment. These also can be a memory keep-sake, by making the flowers out of pictures from a build day.
by Carmen Schechinger
WiD Networking Chair
Our volunteers gathered once again on a beautiful sunny morning up in Kittredge. The Blue Spruce Habitat team was ready for us with a brand new list of things to do. Those who were most comfortable with heights strapped in and headed to the roof to install the wood framed overhangs. Those less inclined to stand on top of the world built the frames on the ground and hoisted them up. Others worked with expandable foam, grinders, nail guns and more. We were very busy all day and got a lot done.
The weather was perfect on Saturday, and so were our volunteers. We stopped off in Evergreen this time for some reportedly awesome burgers. Our table was packed with 16 hungry helpers and we had a lot of fun getting to know each other. Some of us stayed to sing….but that’s a whole other story and one that should stay in Evergreen.