Following "doctor's orders," all women in the Syracuse
community have been prescribed a therapeutic evening of "Retail
Therapy," including shopping, dinner, drinks and fun on Thursday, Oct.
22 between 5 to 9 p.m. at Al's Wine and Whiskey Lounge in Armory Square,
321 South Clinton Street. This "girl's night out" will support the
Crouse Hospital Auxiliary and its continued commitment to Crouse
Hospital to provide the best in patient care and to promote community
Fabulous shopping will be provided by Arbonne, Bella Creations, B Better
Book, Bella and Grace Dog Couture, CNY Chef, Creative Memories, Crouse
Hospital Gift Shop, Eva's Boutique, Gerri Rich Designs, Hospital-Land,
Huephoria Glassware, Initial Impressions, Jennifer Locke Designs,
Lilypad Creations, My Doll My Fashion, Nancy McConnell Candles, Nicole
Van Hee Designs, Promise Me Chocolate, Showoff's Boutique, and The
Vault. This event will also include a raffle featuring a chance to win
over $1000 in gift cards to the shops in Armory Square.
Complimentary parking will be provided by Republic Parking in lots located at 340 West Fayette St. or their open lot on the corner of Franklin and Fayette
Women can participate in this fundraising opportunity by becoming either
a 'Platinum Shopper' or a 'Gold Shopper.' For $100, 'Platinum Shoppers'
will receive a complimentary drink in a hand-painted cocktail glass, one
raffle ticket, lite dinner and parking. With a fee of $50, 'Gold
Shoppers' will receive dinner and parking. There is also the option of
purchasing a $20 raffle ticket only, or sending a donation in support of
the work of the Crouse Hospital Auxiliary.
Reservations to 'Retail Therapy' can be made by contacting Kellie Mista at 471-4636 or email@example.com.
The Crouse Hospital Auxiliary is comprised of more than 500
all-volunteer members. Since 1888, the organization has raised millions
of dollars to buy hospital equipment, provide scholarships for nursing
students and cover the cost of "Visit to Hospital Land," an ongoing
community service project that gives local first-graders a chance to
visit the hospital and experience a day as a patient.