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Lisa Meyer, Honorary Chair Barbara Hunt Crow, Event Chair Michelle Mew, Women’s Council President Linda Spina, Dorothea Meltzer.

The Women’s Council of the Dallas Arboretum revealed the signature drink that will be served for an invitation only Meet the Authors reception for Sponsors and Patrons of the 12th Annual “A Writer’s Garden” Literary Symposium and Luncheon A Passion for Gardens. The event is sold out and names are being added to the wait list for $250 and above tickets.

The cocktail named Bishop 75 is a play on the French 75, using OG Cider from Bishop Cider Co. located in the Bishop Arts district. The special cider provides a mellow effervescence and cool, fruit-forward flavor. The addition of rosemary makes for a more robust, autumn-friendly adaption of this classic cocktail.

Special thanks to Edible Dallas & Fort Worth magazine for introducing the Bishop 75 cocktail to Women's Council just in time for this autumn's A Writer's Garden Literary Symposium and Luncheon.

The cocktail will be served at the intimate evening with the symposium speakers which is planned for Tuesday, November 13, 2018 - 6 PM to 8 PM in the Highland Park mansion of acclaimed interior designer Betty Lou Phillips. The party in the beautifully decorated home on St. Johns will be an unforgettable evening for attendees. It was named one of the ten most beautiful homes in Dallas by D Magazine in 2010.

In attendance at the party will be the distinguished authors for the 2018 program:  Carolyne Roehm, internationally recognized style icon and gardener extraordinaire; and Colta Ives, renowned art historian and landscape designer. 

 “A Writer’s Garden” Literary Symposium & Luncheon is the Women’s Council annual Fall Fundraiser.  Proceeds go towards the maintenance and improvement of A Woman’s Garden - a principle garden at the Dallas Arboretum. This year’s event will occur Wednesday, November 14, 2018 from 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM at the Arboretum.

Longtime supporter of the Dallas Arboretum and the Dallas community, Barbara Hunt Crow, is the Honorary Chairman. Michelle Mew is the Event Chair and Linda Spina is the President of the Women’s Council.

Both of the speakers’ current books will be available for purchase and autographing at the Symposium. 

The event is sold out and names are being added to the wait list for $250 and above tickets.

Complete Information is available at www.womenscouncildallasarboretum.org.

Questions, please contact:

Michelle Mew, Event Chair, 214-236-2564 or mmew1111@aol.com

Mary Ellen Winborn, Reservations Chair, 214-369-2246 or mewinborn@sbcglobal.net

Photos by Deborah Brown

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The Dallas Symphony Orchestra League’s Fashion Notes Luncheon and Style Show is SOLD OUT. The event will be held on Monday, October 29, 2018 in the Venetian Room at The Fairmont Dallas. Lela Rose, the Dallas raised, New York City-based fashion designer, will be the recipient of the Inaugural Fashion Notes Designer Award. To be placed on the waiting list, contact Lisa Loy Laughlin, President of the DSOL, at (214) 507-7661 or lisaloylaughlin3@gmail.com.

Fashion Notes begins with a reception and silent auction followed by a fashion show and live auction topped off with a delicious lunch. Fashions will be provided by Stanley Korshak, Hip Hip Hooray and St. Bernard Sports. The luncheon is underwritten by The Fairmont Dallas. Proceeds support the education and outreach programs of the DSO.

Dianne Etheredge and her daughter Meagan Etheredge Sells are the Honorary Chairs Amy Turner is Chairman of the fundraiser.

For information: www.dallassymphonyleague.com or 214-871-4005.

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Helen Murchison and Presentation Ball Chair Carla Leffert.

The mothers of the debutantes and honor guard met on October 10 at the home of Kathy Shuford for details leading up to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra League’s 33rd Annual Presentation Ball on February 9, 2019. More than 20 events are planned from the Thanksgiving holidays to the grand finale in February where 32 debutantes will be presented at the Meyerson Symphony Center.

Presentation Ball Chair Carla Leffert and committee chairs provided guidelines for ensuring all goes smoothly ranging from making hotel reservations to planning for photography sessions to scheduling hair and make-up appointments.

Honorary Chairs for the event are Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller. Lisa Loy Laughlin is the DSOL President.

Photos by Deborah Brown

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The Women’s Council of the Dallas Arboretum announced that its annual Fall Fundraiser “A Writer’s Garden” Literary Symposium & Luncheon A Passion for Gardens is a SELLOUT. To be added to the waitlist for $250+ tickets, contact Mary Ellen Winborn mewinborn@sbcglobal.net or 214-369-2246.

This year’s event will occur Wednesday, November 14, 2018 from 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM at the Arboretum. Proceeds go towards the maintenance and improvement of A Woman’s Garden - a principle garden at the Dallas Arboretum.

The distinguished authors for the 2018 program are Carolyne Roehm, internationally recognized style icon and gardener extraordinaire; and Colta Ives, renowned art historian and landscape designer. 

Longtime supporter of the Dallas Arboretum and the Dallas community, Barbara Hunt Crow, is the Honorary Chairman. Michelle Mew is the Event Chair and Linda Spina is the President of the Women’s Council.

Both of the speakers’ current books will be available for purchase and autographing at the Symposium. 

Complete Information is available at www.womenscouncildallasarboretum.org.

Questions, please contact:

Michelle Mew, Event Chair, 214-236-2564 or mmew1111@aol.com

Mary Ellen Winborn, Reservations Chair, 214-369-2246 or mewinborn@sbcglobal.net

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Barbara Hunt Crow is the Honorary Chair for the Women’s Council of the Dallas Arboretum’s 12th Annual “A Writer’s Garden” Literary Symposium and Luncheon A Passion for Gardens scheduled for Wednesday, November 14, 2018 from 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM at the Arboretum’s  Rosine Hall.

“A Writer’s Garden” Literary Symposium is an annual Fall Fundraiser which has presented outstanding authors and speakers with extensive knowledge in the histories of garden design, architecture and art, and stories of extraordinary individuals and events. The 2018 program will feature Carolyne Roehm, internationally recognized style icon and gardener extraordinaire, and Colta Ives, renowned art historian and landscape designer.

Michelle Mew is the event chair and Linda Spina is the Women’s Council President.

Longtime supporter of the Dallas Arboretum and the Dallas community, Barbara Hunt Crow is a native of Dallas.  She is a graduate of Highland Park High School and attended Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia.  She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History from The University of Texas (Austin), graduating summa cum laude.

Barbara is a member of The Junior League of Dallas, The Crystal Charity Ball Committee, The Cattle Baron’s Ball Committee, and The Dallas Woman’s Club, where she served on the Board of Governors from 2004 - 2007.  Her current community involvement includes sitting on the Executive Board of Dedman College at Southern Methodist University and the Board of SMU-in-Taos.  She is also a long-time member of the Board of Texas Discovery Gardens at Fair Park, where she served three years as Board Chair; she received the Flora Award from TDG in 2011.  She is a past board member of the Dallas Zoological Society and served on the Advisory Board of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (the Dallas Independent School District’s Arts Magnet), where her oldest child graduated.  She has been a member of the planning committee for Highland Park High School’s annual Literary Festival for many years.

Barbara is a life-long member of Highland Park Presbyterian Church and is active in several garden clubs, the Dallas Glass Club, the Dallas Antiques and Fine Arts Society, Pennies From Heaven Investment Club, two book study groups, and the Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club of Dallas.  She has helped chair and host numerous events benefiting Dallas-area philanthropies, including the 2006 Saint Valentine’s Day Luncheon and Fashion Show for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (co-chaired with her sister, Libby Hunt Allred), the 2006 Flora Awards (co-chaired with Bettye Slaven), and the 2016 Each Moment Matters Luncheon benefitting the Caring Fund of Faith Presbyterian Hospice (co-chaired with Lucy Johnson). 

Barbara is a member of the Advisory Board of Petro-Hunt, L.L.C., a privately-held oil and gas company headquartered in Dallas.  She is the proud mother of three children - Nathan, Margaret, and Daniel Crow.

Sponsor Underwriting Levels for “A Writer’s Garden” Literary Symposium and Luncheon are $25,000, $15,000, $10,000, $5,000, and $2,500. Individual Patron tickets are $1,500, $1,000, $500, and $250. Individual tickets are $150 per person for Symposium and Luncheon and $125 per person for Symposium Only. Information is available at www.womenscouncildallasarboretum.org.

An intimate “Meet the Authors” Reception for Sponsors and Patrons is planned for Tuesday, November 13, 2018 - 6 PM to 8 PM in the home of local designer and author Betty Lou Phillips.

For further information:

Michelle Mew, Event Chair, 214-236-2564 or mmew1111@aol.com,

Mary Ellen Winborn, Reservations Chair, 214-369-2246 or mewinborn@sbcglobal.net.

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Honorary Chairs Fanchon and Howard Hallam.

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra League will present A Noteworthy Night, an evening in an exclusive private residence with libations, cuisine and an intimate musical performance by DSO musicians. The event will take place on Thursday, November 15, 2018 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Dump Top, the residence of Mary McDermott Cook and is limited to 80 people.

The Presenting Sponsors are Fanchon and Howard Hallam and The Ben E. Keith Company Foundation. Sidley is the Season Sponsor for A Noteworthy Night.

Honorary Chairs are Fanchon and Howard Hallam. Kim Calloway Jacobs is the Event Chair and Lisa Loy Laughlin is the DSOL President.

The proceeds from event will benefit the Dallas Symphony Association and its education and community outreach programs. Some of the quality outreach programs the League supports are: DSO on the Go, Community Concerts and Performances, Cecil and Ida Green Youth Concerts, Symphony Yes!, DSO Kids and Young Strings. A Sponsorship of the Red Violin Program provides a financial gift to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Young Strings through the Innovators of the DSOL. Children are provided with the sponsored instrument and receive lessons and performance opportunities.

Sponsorships remaining are $5,000, and $2,500, and $1,500. Underwriting tickets are $500 for two. Individual tickets may be purchased for $150. Donations In Honor Of are $250 and $100.

For information: Visit the web site at www.dallassymphonyleague.com. For more information contact Allison Brodnax a.brodnax@dalsym.com or 214-871-4005.

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Mission Statement: The Dallas Symphony Orchestra League is an organization of volunteers who support the Dallas Symphony Association through service, education and fundraising activities.

History: Since 1946, the DSO League has worked to support the Dallas Symphony Orchestra through service, education and fundraising efforts.  Since 1998, the League has contributed more than $20 million in support of the Dallas Symphony Association’s Community Outreach and Education programs, which help bring the wonder of music to thousands in the Dallas Metroplex.

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The Women’s Council of the Dallas Arboretum has secured two distinguished authors for the 12th Annual “A Writer’s Garden” Literary Symposium and Luncheon A Passion for Gardens which is scheduled on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 from 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM in Rosine Hall at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden.

The 2018 program will feature Colta Ives, renowned art historian and landscape designer, and Carolyne Roehm, internationally recognized style icon and gardener extraordinaire.

“A Writer’s Garden” Literary Symposium is an annual Fall Fundraiser which has presented outstanding authors and speakers with extensive knowledge in the histories of garden design, architecture and art, and stories of extraordinary individuals and events.

Longtime supporter of the Dallas Arboretum and the Dallas community, Barbara Hunt Crow will be the Honorary Chairman. Michelle Mew is the event chair and Linda Spina is the Women’s Council President.

An intimate evening reception to "Meet the Authors" for Sponsors and Patrons is planned for Tuesday, November 13, 2018 - 6 PM to 8 PM in the Highland Park mansion of acclaimed interior designer Betty Lou Phillips. The party in the exquisitely decorated home on St. Johns will be an unforgettable evening for attendees. It was named one of the ten most beautiful homes in Dallas by D Magazine in 2010.

Sponsor Underwriting Levels for “A Writer’s Garden” Literary Symposium and Luncheon are $25,000, $15,000, $10,000, $5,000, and $2,500. Individual Patron tickets are $1,500, $1,000, $500, and $250. Individual tickets are $150 per person for Symposium and Luncheon and $125 per person for Symposium Only.

Information is available at www.womenscouncildallasarboretum.org.

For further information:

Michelle Mew, Event Chair, 214-236-2564 or mmew1111@aol.com,

Mary Ellen Winborn, Reservations Chair, 214-369-2246 or

mewinborn@sbcglobal.net.

 COLTA IVES

Renowned Art Historian and Landscape Designer
Guest Curator for Recent Show at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City

During her long career at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, Colta Ives has organized over 20 exhibitions and authored nearly as many scholarly books on artists and art, mainly of the nineteenth century, among which are the titles: Daumier Drawings, The Private Collection of Edgar Degas, The Lure of the Exotic: Gauguin in New York Collections, The Graphic Art of Pierre Bonnard, and Vincent van Gogh: The Drawings. Colta has lectured on these topics and others at the invitation of museums across America and also in France and Australia. She has conducted seminars at New York University and at Columbia University, her alma mater, from which she holds graduate degrees in both Art History and Landscape Design.

Following her retirement from the Metropolitan Museum with the title Curator Emerita, Colta was invited to return to the Museum as a guest curator to mount an exhibition she conceived on the historic botanical boom of the nineteenth century and its effect on French art, culture, and gardening practices. That exhibition, shown at the Museum in New York from March through July 2018, was the realization of her book published earlier this year, Public Parks, Private Gardens: Paris to Provence.

Colta is a life-long amateur botanist and experimental gardener at her woodland retreat in the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts.

 

Carolyne Roehm

Style Icon and Lifestyle Maven

Style icon and lifestyle maven Carolyne Roehm has been part of American design culture for over four decades with a career spanning the fashion, gardening, decorative arts, entertaining and publishing worlds. Finding a mentor in Oscar de la Renta, Carolyne worked alongside the couture great for 10 years before launching her own fashion house in 1985. A discerning eye and a passion for beauty lead her into the world of flowers and gardening, where her books are often referred to as the best in their field. Subsequent entertaining and interiors titles cemented her position as one of America’s premier lifestyle experts.

A former president of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, with appearances in both the Who’s Who of Women in America and the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame, she was honored by Manolo Blahnik with a shoe in her name and, in a fitting tribute, design legend Bill Blass labeled Carolyne, “The Ultimate Tastemaker.”

Regardless of the medium, Carolyne’s unerring eye and innate sense of style have turned out timeless products including clothing, fashion accessories, jewelry, and fragrance.

The author of twelve books including At Home in the Garden, A Passion for Flowers, At Home with Carolyne Roehm, and the Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring Notebook Series, Carolyne’s mission is to teach others how to capture and create beauty in their lives, in both the everyday and the out of the ordinary.

Her new book, Design & Style: A Constant Thread by Carolyne Roehm, Rizzoli, 2018 was released in September, 2018.                             

About the Women’s Council

Since 1986, the major goal of the Women’s Council has been the development and maintenance of "A Woman's Garden," the only public garden in the nation conceived by women, funded by the efforts of women, and dedicated to the spirit of women.  “A Woman's Garden” celebrates the strength, ingenuity, creativity and determination of all women. It is a centerpiece garden of the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden.

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Betty Lou Phillips

 

 

The invitation only event for Sponsors and Patrons of A Passion for Gardens will be
at the Highland Park Mansion of acclaimed interior designer Betty Lou Phillips.

The Women’s Council of the Dallas Arboretum revealed the location for an invitation only Meet the Authors reception for Sponsors and Patrons of 12th Annual “A Writer’s Garden” Literary Symposium and Luncheon - A Passion for Gardens. In attendance will be the distinguished authors for the 2018 program:  Carolyne Roehm, internationally recognized style icon and gardener extraordinaire; and Colta Ives, renowned art historian and landscape designer. 

The intimate evening with the symposium speakers is planned for Tuesday, November 13, 2018 - 6 PM to 8 PM in the Highland Park mansion of acclaimed interior designer Betty Lou Phillips. The party in the beautifully decorated home on St. Johns will be an unforgettable evening for attendees. It was named one of the ten most beautiful homes in Dallas by D Magazine in 2010.

“A Woman’s Garden is one of the most beautiful places in Dallas. As an author myself, it is a great pleasure to open my home for this very special evening with Carolyne and Colta for the patrons and sponsors of this event,” said Betty Lou.

Betty Lou Phillips is a translator of European tastes for sophisticated Americans. She is a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers. She is also the award-winning author of more than a dozen books on French and Italian design, including The French Room, Inspirations from France & Italy, French Impressions, and The Allure of French & Italian Décor. Her work has been featured in hundreds of newspapers and dozens of magazines. She was a guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show. She is the mother of three sons all of whom married interior designers.

“A Writer’s Garden” Literary Symposium & Luncheon is the Women’s Council annual Fall Fundraiser.  Proceeds go towards the maintenance and improvement of A Woman’s Garden - a principle garden at the Dallas Arboretum. This year’s event will occur Wednesday, November 14, 2018 from 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM  at the Arboretum.

Longtime supporter of the Dallas Arboretum and the Dallas community, Barbara Hunt Crow, is the Honorary Chairman. Michelle Mew is the Event Chair and Linda Spina is the President of the Women’s Council.

Both of our speakers’ current books will be available for purchase and autographing at the Symposium. 

Sponsor Underwriting Levels for “A Writer’s Garden” Literary Symposium & Luncheon are $25,000, $15,000, $10,000, $5,000, and $2,500. Individual Patron tickets are $1,500, $1,000, $500, and $250.

Individual tickets are $150 per person for the Symposium & Luncheon and $125 per person for the Symposium Only.

Complete Information is available at www.womenscouncildallasarboretum.org.

Questions, please contact:

Michelle Mew, Event Chair, 214-236-2564 or mmew1111@aol.com

Mary Ellen Winborn, Reservations Chair, 214-369-2246 or mewinborn@sbcglobal.net

 

About the Distinguished Authors

Carolyne Roehm
Style icon and lifestyle maven Carolyne Roehm has been part of American design culture for over four decades with a career spanning the fashion, gardening, decorative arts, entertaining and publishing worlds. Finding a mentor in Oscar de la Renta, Carolyne worked alongside the couture great for 10 years before launching her own fashion house in 1985. A discerning eye and a passion for beauty lead her into the world of flowers and gardening, where her books are often referred to as the best in their field. Subsequent entertaining and interiors titles cemented her position as one of America’s premier lifestyle experts. 

A former president of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, with appearances in both the Who’s Who of Women in America and the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame, she was honored by Manolo Blahnik with a shoe in her name and, in a fitting tribute, design legend Bill Blass labeled her “The Ultimate Tastemaker.”

Regardless of the medium, Carolyne’s unerring eye and innate sense of style have turned out timeless products including clothing, fashion accessories, jewelry, and fragrance.

The author of twelve books including At Home in the Garden, A Passion for Flowers, At Home with Carolyne Roehm, and the Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring Notebook Series, Carolyne’s mission is to teach others how to capture and create beauty in their lives, in both the everyday and the out of the ordinary.

Her new book, Design & Style: A Constant Thread will be released this month.  And will be available for purchase and autographing at the Symposium. 

Colta Ives
During her long career at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, Colta Ives organized over 20 exhibitions and authored nearly as many scholarly books on artists and art, mainly of the nineteenth century, among which are the following titles: Daumier Drawings, The Private Collection of Edgar Degas, The Lure of the Exotic: Gauguin in New York Collections, The Graphic Art of Pierre Bonnard; and Vincent van Gogh: The Drawings. Colta has lectured on these topics and others at the invitation of museums across America and also in France and Australia. She has conducted seminars at New York University and at Columbia University, her alma mater, from which she holds graduate degrees in both Art History and Landscape Design.

Following her retirement from the Metropolitan Museum with the title Curator Emerita, Colta was invited to return to the Museum as a guest curator to mount an exhibition she conceived on the historic botanical boom of the nineteenth century and its effect on French art, culture, and gardening practices. That exhibition, shown at the Museum in New York from March through July 2018, was the realization of her book published earlier this year, Public Parks, Private Gardens: Paris to Provence. This book will also be available at the Symposium for purchase and autographing.

Colta is a lifelong amateur botanist and experimental gardener at her woodland retreat in the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts.

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Bronwyn Lee Cordiak - Photo By James French Photography

Bronwyn Lee Cordiak represented the Dallas Symphony Orchestra League in the Austin 64th Annual Jewel Ball on September 22, 2018 at the Palmer Events Center. The Jewel Ball honors families throughout the state who have contributed significantly to their respective Symphony Orchestras. Sponsored by the Women’s Symphony League of Austin, proceeds from the event benefit educational and music appreciation programs.

Bronwyn is the daughter of Mr. Robert Brian Cordiak and Mrs. Kristin Simcox Cordiak, is a Junior at Texas Christian University where she is pursuing a degree in Finance. She was presented at the DSOL Ball in February 2018. She is DSOL Assembly Representative, a Junior Member of The Slipper Club of Dallas, and a member of the Delta Delta Delta Sorority at Texas Christian University.

Bronwyn is an active FEI (Federation Equestre Internationale) Young Rider competitor in United States Dressage Federation and United States Equestrian Federation national and international dressage competitions. She enjoys training and competing horses, playing basketball and traveling.

 

Photo by James French Photography

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Dianne Etheredge and Meagan Etheredge Sells

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra League is pleased to announce the Honorary Co-Chairs for the Fashion Notes Luncheon and Style Show are Dianne Etheredge and her daughter Meagan Etheredge Sells. The event will be held on Monday, October 29, 2018 in the Venetian Room at The Fairmont Dallas. Lela Rose, the Dallas raised, New York City-based fashion designer, will be the recipient of the Inaugural Fashion Notes Designer Award. . Amy Turner is Chairman of the fundraiser and Lisa Loy Laughlin is the DSOL President.

Dianne Etheredge has been a longtime supporter of the DSO and DSOL. She served on the board of the DSOL in many capacities and is a past President and past Presentation Ball Chair. She is a member of The Crystal Charity Ball Children’s Charity, a member of The Dallas Woman’s Club and The Dallas Garden Club.  Dianne is a Registered Interior Designer (RID) and President of Etheredge Design Associates, Inc.  She is a Professional Member and Past President of the American Society of Interior Designers Texas Chapter, an American Society of Interior Designers National Medalist, a Council for Interior Design Accreditation Site Visitor, a member of the Board of Visitors to the School of Fine Arts at Texas Christian University as well as an Advisor to the School of Interior Design at Texas Christian University.  For many years, Dianne has been a member of Bible Study Fellowship and First Baptist Dallas.

Meagan Etheredge Sells is a member of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra League and The Junior Group of the Dallas Garden Club. She is a past DSOL Debutante and represented Dallas at the Jewel Ball Presentation in Austin. She is also a former Idlewild Debutante. Meagan enjoys involvement with The Birthday Party Project, The North Texas Food Bank Food 4 Kids Program, The Women’s Auxiliary at Community Partners of Dallas, Children’s Medical Center, Bible Study Fellowship, First Baptist Dallas and her daughters’ schools.

As Chairman of Fashion Notes, Amy Turner will lead the campaign in support of quality outreach programs benefiting children of all ages. As a mother and former middle school teacher in Highland Park ISD, Amy understands the importance of education and opening doors to all children served. Her leadership in the Junior League of Dallas, Crystal Charity Ball and Cattle Baron's Ball among others raises awareness and critical funds for children in need of all ages. 

Fashion Notes begins with a reception and silent auction followed by a fashion show and live auction topped off with a delicious lunch. Fashions will be provided by Stanley Korshak, Hip Hip Hooray and St. Bernard Sports. The luncheon is underwritten by The Fairmont Dallas. Sponsorships are $25,000, $15,000, $10,000, $5,000, $2,500. Individual Tickets are $500 and $300. For information: www.dallassymphonyleague.com or 214-871-4004.