Linda Wartow, Chairwoman of the event
of Palm Beach County invites you to step back in time to
Edwardian London and savor its “My Fair Ladies” Tea on
Thursday, May 8, 2014, 2:30 p.m., at the Chesterfield Hotel,
363 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach.
Guests, who are
encouraged to wear black and white reminiscent of Eliza
Doolittle’s stunning Ascot outfit, will enjoy a classic
afternoon tea, a “Tea Cup” auction and special themed
“We are so excited
to part of this lovely event,” said Chairwoman Linda Wartow,
speaking on behalf of her Vice Chairs, Rosemary Bronstien
and Phyllis Verducci, and the Committee. “The YWCA does so
much to assist the women and children of the community; it’s
important that we support them,” she added.
include Ali DiNovo, Gayle Landen, Theresa LePore, Virginia
Longo, Pat McInerney, Toni Mastrullo, Judi Miller, Bobbi
Shorr, Maria Siemon, Sonja Stevens, Karen Swanson, Paula
Wittmann, and Barbara Benson Wymer.
Proceeds from the
tea will support the programs of the YWCA including the Mary
Rubloff YWCA Harmony House, a crisis shelter for abused
women and their children; two Child Development Centers that
prepare 3-5-year olds for entry into kindergarten;
transitional housing for homeless women and their children;
Y-Girls, a leadership and mentoring program for girls ages
8-14; and a racial justice initiative.
Tickets are $75. For
more information or to make your reservation, please contact
the YWCA, 561-640-0050, ext. 134, or visit