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Passion, Fashion, & Philanthropy The 18th Annual

Women On Their Toes Spring Luncheon April 10, 2012

Honoring Outstanding Volunteers from Austin Non-Profit Organizations presented by

M O T H E R ' S



Romeo&Juliet Choreography by Stephen Mills Music by Sergei Prokofiev

Musical Accompaniment by Austin Symphony Orchestra

8pm | May 11, 12 3pm | May 13 THE LONG CENTER

For Tickets: Visit or call 512.476.2163

Passion, Fashion, & Philanthropy The 18th Annual

Women On Their Toes

Spring Fundraising Luncheon & Fashion Show Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Hyatt Regency Austin, 10 am - 1 pm

Guest Emcees: KVUE’s Tyler Sieswerda & Terri Gruca Benefiting

O rder 10 am 10:45 am 11 am 11:30 am 12:25 pm 12:45 pm


Featuring fashion by

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Registration & Social Hour Ballroom Opens Lunch & Welcome Presentation of 2012 Honorees Estilo Fashion Show Raffle Drawing

R affle T ickets

Tickets are $25 per ticket or five tickets for $100 and are available for purchase until 12:25 pm. To purchase tickets, indicate your package choice(s) on the raffle ticket form and provide it with your payment to a Guild raffle volunteer. We accept cash, credit cards, or checks payable to “Ballet Austin Guild.”

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Arugula & Radicchio Salad with Baby Roma Tomatoes, Shaved Parmigiano Reggiano, & Roasted Garlic Basil Vinaigrette | Basil Roasted Chicken with Balsamic Reduction, Mushroom Risotto, & Broccolini | Hyatt Signature Bread Presentaion, Honey Lavender Butter | Tiramisu “Martini” Alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages are available for purchase in the foyer, including “Juliet’s Poison,” a signature cocktail created for today’s event. Page 3

2012 Honoree Organizations

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Women On Their Toes 2012 Honorees

Jarrett Crippen Breast Cancer Resource Centers of Texas Jarrett Crippen was born and raised in Austin, where he has been employed by the Austin Police Department as a

patrol officer, detective, and instructor. He has completed numerous leadership and communication seminars including the West Point Leadership Academy and the pub-

lic speaking seminar Say It Loud. His talents serve him well as the face and voice of the nonprofit SCARE for a

CURE, a haunted house adventure benefiting cancer chari-

ties. Jarrett and his wife Norma founded SCARE for a CURE, which got its start in the

Crippens’ backyard. In 2007, Jarrett—a self proclaimed comic book geek—was selected

as a cast member in Stan Lee’s SciFi Channel reality show, “Who Wants to be a Superhero.” He won the competition as “The Defuser” and was proclaimed the world’s next great superhero! Jarrett routinely travels around the country to emcee a variety of events, programs, and contests.

Griffin Davis The Trail Foundation Griffin Davis is a founding board member of the Trail

Foundation and served as its board president from 2005 to 2008. He currently chairs the foundation’s Campaign

for the Trail, a $5 million capital campaign raising funds to complete the trail around Lady Bird Lake. Austin City Councilwoman Sheryl Cole appointed Griffin to the 2012 Bond Election Advisory Task Force, and he serves on the

Parks and Open Space subcommittee. He has served on the advisory board of the Austin Parks Foundation and volunteered for many trail and park projects throughout

Austin. Griffin graduated with honors with a Bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Virginia and earned an M.B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin. He

and his wife Heather Keating live with their eight rescue animals near Zilker Park, and he runs by his favorite tree on the trail, a Blanco crabapple, as often as he can.

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Lauren Espinoza Badgerdog Literary Publishing Lauren Espinoza has been working with Badgerdog Literary Publishing to foster the next generation of creative writers since her arrival in Austin, and she moved here

from the Rio Grande Valley to do just that. She believes in the transformative power that writing has on a student’s

life and is grateful to be able to engage in that through Badgerdog’s “Silver Voices in Ink” creative writing workshops

for senior citizens and its “Youth Voices in Ink” program. Badgerdog also publishes

the anthologies Transcend, Rise, and Emerge. Lauren is a student pursuing her Master of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies in English Literature and Mexican-American Studies at the University of Texas Pan-American. Her work has been published in the

book Time You Let Me In: 25 Poets Under 25, in the journal Label Me Latina, and in a forthcoming NewBorder anthology.

Jenny Eversole Hospice Austin Jenny Eversole grew up in Kentucky. She married her high school sweetheart and after his college graduation

moved to Dallas, where they spent 29 years. Volunteering at Atlanta’s Piedmont Hospital ICU waiting room in 2002,

Jenny learned that she can be with people who are in pain. She doesn’t believe this ability makes her good; it’s simply something she can do. After moving to Austin in 2005,

Jenny applied her gift as a volunteer at Hospice Austin, encountering patients who just

needed someone to sit by their side. She began working every Monday at Christopher

House where she arranged and delivered flowers, refreshed supply closets, and visited

with patients and their families. To Jenny, Christopher House is a very special place. Since 2006, Jenny has been a member of Les Amis, the fundraising arm of Hospice Austin and is honored to be serving this year as president of the organization.

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Amrita Moor The Amala Foundation Amrita Moor and her family have lived in Austin for 20

years. For a decade they have stayed involved with the

Amala Foundation, a humanitarian organization that helps people realize their own personal transformation through

service to others. After being inspired by projects such as

Camp Indigo for children, Global Youth Peace Summit for refugee, immigrant, and local teens, the Bhatti Mines

School Project in India, and the San Quentin Prison Project, Amrita wanted to create a way for Amala to be more financially sustainable. Combining her passion for beautiful

spaces, her joy at finding thrift shop treasures, and her love of connecting with people, she created Nectar, a boutique that contributes 100 percent of its profits to the Amala Foundation and its local and global projects. She invites you to visit Nectar to find something beautiful and in turn do something beautiful for the world.

Kerri Morrison New Milestones Foundation Kerri Morrison is a one-woman volunteer powerhouse who transforms her outstanding visions into reality with

enthusiasm, charm, and an unfailing ability to galvanize people to action. Kerri has put her mark on the New Milestones Foundation’s annual fundraiser for the past three

years. She instituted online bidding and had Zoltan David craft a one-of-a-kind ring from donated gems and gold for

the event’s auction. She re-branded the annual gala so that the community would recognize the organization’s role in raising funds to bridge gaps in mental health services.

Kerri brought the New Milestones Foundation to Facebook and garnered tremendous TV and print publicity with contests for the foundation to reach untapped audiences.

Thanks to Kerri’s outreach, the foundation has benefited from increased participation on its board, volunteerism, sponsorships, and in-kind donations.

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Misty O’Neal Texas Hearing and Service Dogs Misty O’Neal was born and raised in Austin. As a baby, she was diagnosed with a terminal illness called Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type 1, a form of Muscular Dystrophy. Doctors told her parents she would not live past the age

of four. Misty is now 34 years old, and while she struggles

with many health issues, she has always wanted to give back to the community. In 2001, Misty acquired her first

service dog, Nellie, from Texas Hearing and Service Dogs. With Nellie, Misty gave presentations about the benefits of using shelter animals and positive training at Animal Behavior Management Association conferences around the nation. Misty never lets her disability get in her way and has made sure her life is full of things to do. In 2011, Misty

acquired her successor service dog, Intrepid, and enjoys training with him and promoting shelter dog adoption as a volunteer for Texas Hearing and Service Dogs.

Mary Ann Parker Assistance League® of Austin Mary Ann Parker has served Assistance League® of Austin

since 2006, accepting multiple committee appointments and elected board positions. Her contributions to ALA’s success include dynamic public relations strategies for enhanced recognition, membership initiatives for developing

the volunteer base, and collaborative designs for expanding programs. She earned the nickname “Energizer Bun-

ny,” as no job is too large or small for her to tackle, and she never declines when tapped to give her special brand of attention to a need or request. In her current role as ALA’s

Vice President of Strategic Planning, Mary Ann’s talents have been most obvious. Her

ability to find common ground and tie achievement strategies to organizational goals have led to the creation of a comprehensive five-year strategic plan for growing ALA’s philanthropic base and increasing the impact of its programs.

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Jimmy Shields The Christi Center Jimmy Shields spent almost 30 years as an active United Way volunteer campaign chair and board member. After

the devastating loss of his young daughter Amy in a car wreck, Jimmy and his family found hope and healing at

The Christi Center, a grief support organization. Committed to making sure every grieving person has access to the

same support, Jimmy put his corporate management and

fundraising skills to work as board president of The Christi Center. Jimmy’s leadership

not only helped solidify the financial and strategic sustainability of the organization, but

also made The Christi Center’s expansion to a second Williamson County site possible.

With a calling to provide comfort and support to anyone adjusting to life after the death of a loved one, Jimmy also transitioned to a new professional role as Director of Family Services for Our Lady of the Rosary Cemetery and Prayer Gardens.

Ted Whatley Breakthrough Austin Ted Whatley has spent 10 years as a board member, fundraiser, and college coach for Breakthrough Austin, an organization helping low-income students become first-gen-

eration college graduates. Despite the advice of his high school principal to forget about college, Ted graduated from Harvard University with two degrees and became a

headmaster. In 1988, he returned to Austin and began two

decades of community service, including a stint on the Austin ISD board of trustees from 1992 to 2000. When Breakthrough’s founding executive director asked Ted to help

her launch the organization, there was no hesitation because he had spent eight years

observing the loss of so many young people from the education pipeline. Since 2001,

Breakthrough Austin has expanded, now serving close to 500 kids, including 150 high school graduates, many of whom are in college today.

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Raffle Packages R affle P ackage 1

Let It Snow

Hit the skiing trails of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, then enjoy “après ski” in front of the fireplace of your deluxe, two-story, ski-in/ski-out condo. Your slope-side accommodations sleep six for a full seven days of fun. Donated by Betty Jameson. (Not available during holiday periods. Expires 3/31/13.) Get in shape for your trip with a gift certificate for five dance or fitness classes at Ballet Austin’s Butler Community School. (Expires 8/1/12.) Add to your fun in Colorado with gift cards valued at $200 to use for lift tickets, equipment rentals, or any way you please. Donated by Louise Hein and by Margaret & Bob Kelly. After a week’s worth of skiing, soothe tired muscles with a $25 gift certificate valid for any spa service from AWAY Spa by W Hotels. (Expires 9/24/12.) Also take advantage of a gift certificate from Austin Onsite Acupuncture for a wellness consultation with massage or acupuncture “tune up.” (Expires 9/13/12.)

A dditional P erks

• A $200 gift certificate from Second Bar & Kitchen. (Valid for food, beverage & tax; gratuity not included. Expires 12/31/12.) • A round of golf for four people at River Place Country Club. Donated by the Dominion Golf Group. (Excludes cart fees. Expires 12/30/12.) • A $75 gift certificate from Siena Ristorante Toscana. (Expires 3/19/13.) • A bottle of exclusive California boutique wine donated by Go Local France - Bespoke Luxury Voyages. • A portrait session by photographer Don Rogers for family or children. Can be created in-home or outdoors and includes one 8x10” heirloom color portrait. Total estimated value: $3,528

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Be “Austintacious” Enjoy the best of Austin! Experience Ballet Austin’s 2012/13 season with parterre-level season tickets for two. Relax at the Lake Austin Spa Resort with your “Half Day Away” package, featuring two 50-minute package treatments at the luxurious LakeHouse Spa, spa lunch, spa gift, and gratuities. (Expires 1/13/13.) Spend a weekend at the Hyatt Regency Austin, including two-night accommodations for two people and a $75 gift certificate to dine in Hyatt’s Southwest Bistro. (Expires 4/10/13.) Invite your friends for a private, docent-guided tour for up to 15 people to preview the newly renovated permanent exhibit at the LBJ Library on the UT campus, courtesy of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation. (Valid from 1/1/13 to 12/30/13. Schedule through the LBJ Foundation.) Capture memories with an individual or family photography session, including five digital images on a photo CD. Donated by Brianna McKinney Photography. (Valid for up to five people. Locations restricted to Austin city limits. All images purchased will be carefully retouched. Image files are provided in both color and black-and-white versions. Images can be enlarged to between 11x14” and 16x20” and printed at a lab of your choice. Each CD includes a printing release so that you may reproduce the photos for personal use. Expires 4/10/13.) Spend two nights in a luxurious double room with full breakfast at the Strickland Arms Bed & Breakfast in Hyde Park. Donated by Barbara Strickland. (Expires 11/10/12.) Sample the offerings of Ballet Austin’s Butler Community School with a gift certificate for five dance or fitness classes. (Expires 8/1/12.) Get your finances in shape, too, with a $1,000 gift certificate for comprehensive financial planning with Keith Powell of Waddell & Reed. (Expires 4/10/13.)

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• A gift certificate from Austin Onsite Acupuncture for a wellness consultation with massage or acupuncture “tune up.” (Expires 9/30/12.) • A $250 gift certificate from Bella Salon for a facial and hair treatment. (Expires 11/20/12.) • A bottle of exclusive California boutique wine donated by Go Local France - Bespoke Luxury Voyages. • A $25 gift certificate valid for any spa service from AWAY Spa by W Hotels. (Expires 9/24/12.) Total estimated value: $4,264 Page 11

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Soak Up the Sun Spend a week on the Mexican Riviera in a two-bedroom, two-bath condo in gorgeous Playa del Carmen overlooking the clear blue waters of the Caribbean. Located at the El Taj Resort, this second-floor condo sleeps four and features two king-sized beds, upscale furnishings, and a fully equipped gourmet kitchen. Donated by Maureen & Dean Greenwood. (Seven-night stay must be contiguous. Winner must pay for three housekeeping visits. Reservations subject to availability and must be completed by 12/15/12.) Get in swimsuit shape with a gift certificate for five dance or fitness classes at Ballet Austin’s Butler Community School. (Expires 8/1/12.) Outfit yourself for the tropics with a $50 gift certificate to be used toward a personalized CAbi shopping experience with Monica Smith, fit expert and independent fashion consultant for CAbi. (Expires 12/31/12.) After soaking up the sun, rejuvenate your skin with a gift certificate from Skin Care by Donah for a 90-minute HydraFacial with GlySal Peel. Share vacation stories with eight to twelve friends when you host a private wine tasting and shopping event in your home, compliments of Russ Donaldson at In addition to providing six bottles of California boutique wines available nowhere else, your wine consultant will guide your tasting event and provide a list of chocolate and cheese pairings for your wines.

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• Lotus jewelry set: A 14-karat gold-filled lariat necklace and medium threader earrings from Austin-based Limbo Jewelry Design. • Gift certificates totaling $50 from AWAY Spa by W Hotels, valid for any spa service. (Expires 9/24/12.) • A $50 gift certificate for haircut and style with Luchyne Collins at Villa Salon and Spa. (Expires 4/10/13.) • A round of golf for four people at Onion Creek Country Club. Donated by the Dominion Golf Group. (Excludes cart fees. Expires 12/30/12.) • A gift certificate from Austin Onsite Acupuncture for a wellness consultation with massage or acupuncture “tune up.” (Expires 9/30/12.) • From the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, passes for four to the museum, Imax Theatre, and Texas Spirit Theater. Total estimated value: $3,497

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Wine & Dine

Invite five friends along for a gourmet dinner prepared by a local chef in a beautiful private residence. Rare and exquisite wine pairings will be the highlight of your memorable evening. Donated by Steve & Sheryl Hanes/Vintage IT Services. (Expires 7/1/13.) Get ready for the party with a facial gift certificate and scented candle from Bradz Salon. Burn off the calories with a gift certificate for five dance or fitness classes at Ballet Austin’s Butler Community School. (Expires 8/1/12.) Enjoy a one-night stay at Barton Creek Resort & Spa with double accommodations and two rounds of golf. (Expires 4/10/13.) Pamper yourself with a $25 gift certificate valid for any spa service from AWAY Spa by W Hotels. (Expires 9/24/12.) Receive an Aficionado Membership for one from the Wine & Food Foundation of Texas. Benefits include advance notice of events, access to members-only wine tastings, and a member discount for two people to attend premier Foundation events. (Expires 4/10/13.) Visit the Blanton Museum of Art on the UT campus with six guest passes. Enjoy a one-hour massage plus two “minis” delivered to your location from Exquisite Day Spa Delivered. (Expires 6/30/12.) Total estimated value: $3,587

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Hit the Slopes Head for the Rocky Mountains of Colorado with a oneweek stay in a beautiful townhouse on Gore Creek, minutes away from Vail’s renowned ski resort, golf courses, hiking and biking, restaurants, and worldclass shopping. This spacious, multi-level townhouse donated by Georgia and Don Henrich sleeps 8-10 people. (Expires 4/10/13.) Before your trip, get in shape at Ballet Austin’s Butler Community School with your gift certificate for five dance or fitness classes. (Expires 8/1/12.) Soothe any sore muscles after a week of skiing with a $25 gift certificate valid for any spa service from AWAY Spa by W Hotels. (Expires 9/24/12.)

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• A bottle of Cartier Boiser Volé Eau de Parfum with bonus samples of Eau de Cartier Gel Corps, So Pretty de Cartier Eau de Parfum, and Cartier le Baiser du Dragon Eau de Toilette. Donated by Maya & Lorrie Garcia. • A round of golf for four people at Twin Creeks Country Club. Donated by the Dominion Golf Group. (Excludes cart fees. Expires 12/30/12.) Total estimated value: $3,648 Page 13

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Sparkle & Shine Bring home the bling with a custom bauble from private jeweler Peter Martino. Martino has donated a beautiful, one-of-a-kind pearl necklace that was designed exclusively for Women On Their Toes. It features a 14-karat white gold clasp set with brilliant cut round diamonds and fine round black faceted sapphires suspending gemquality Japanese 4-mm round white pearls and hand-faceted natural black spinel beads.

Total estimated value: $6,000

A bout P eter M artino

Peter Martino is a recognized leader in the luxury fine jewelry industry and has spent 20 years as the sales and marketing director for internationally acclaimed Australian jewelry designer Tony White. Martino mounts private exhibitions and sales of couture jewelry collections for clients as elite and rarefied as White’s one-of-a-kind creations, as well as the work of such other extraordinary designers as Phipps Jewelry and renowned pearl dealer Carol Goldstein. He also has his own private collection, Peter Martino Couture. Previously, Martino was a top international salesman and private client public relations liaison at Cartier’s flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York City. He held similar positions at Marina B., Black Star & Frost, and Fred-Paris. With his jewelry design expertise and passion for its history, Martino has long been an invaluable resource to the fashion and lifestyle press and has been quoted in magazines such as Departures, Oprah, Town & Country, and W, WWD to name a few. Formally trained at Studio Jewelers in New York City, Martino enjoys working one-onone with private clients, including luminaries of the fashion, social, entertainment, and artistic realms, to create custom design pieces and help them build a jewelry collection that reflects their personality and sense of style. He has also written for and directed photo shoots for various publications, most recently with the fabled model Carmen. Throughout his career, Martino has been deeply committed to the arts and philanthropy and has long associations with numerous nonprofit entities. He is donating a portion of his private sales in Austin this week to the Ballet Austin Guild.


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Spring is the time to RENEW friendships, Thank our MOTHERS, Praise the GRADUATE, and enjoy Our GREEN city! Bridal & Baby Showers, Mother’s Day, Birthdays, Anniversaries, Graduations. Reserve your event now and come celebrate at Chez Zee. We’re saving a chair for you.

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Platinum Sponsors Carollo Engineers, Inc. Hyatt Regency Austin

Texas Lighting Systems

Gold Sponsors

Austin Woman Magazine

Cambia Information Group

Lt Col Louise N. Crowley USAF Ret. & Jennene Mashburn Edwin Ortiz Productions Heritage Title Company

Pinnergy/Kathy & Randy Taylor

Silver Sponsors

Assistance League® of Austin

Austin Junior Forum – Demetra Pender BN Property Developers, LLC

Guild Gals & Pals

Georgia & Don Henrich

Becky & Richard Herrington

Breakthrough Austin

Ilcor Homes, Inc/Louise J. Hein & Family

Jennifer Mitchell Canaday & Family

Lakeway Friends of the Ballet

Sarah Butler

Ann & Jim Downing

The James Alan Cox Foundation Moreland Properties

Jane Driscoll & Christina Hester

QuantumDigital, Inc.

Lorrie & Carlos Garcia

Stephanie Whitehurst

Frost Bank

The Trail Foundation

In-Kind Sponsors Fashions by Estilo

Models’ makeup by Rae Cosmetics

Models’ hair styling by Ricky Hodge of Ricky Hodge Salon

Models: Julie Chandio, Kendall Hightower, Amanda Martin, Christy May, Marissa Mayhorn, Gabriella McSwain, Michelle Mitchell, Ophelia Talley Event lighting by Texas Lighting Systems

Invitations designed by Teressa Linke of Carollo Engineers, Inc. Program printed by QuantumDigital, Inc.

Videography by Edwin Ortiz Productions

Photography by Brianna McKinney & Rose Krohn Epps

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Gift Bag Donors

Austin Woman Magazine

Jennie L. Elliott, Mary Kay Cosmetics

Custom-printed gift bags provided by Boundless Network

Dr. Mary Ann Martinez, Bee Caves Dermatology

Ballet Austin


Limbo Jewelry Design

Candice & Clayton McKay

Raffle Donors

Austin Onsite Acupuncture AWAY® Spa at the W Austin Hotel Ballet Austin Barton Creek Resort & Spa Bella Salon The Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum Bradz Salon Brianna McKinney Photography Luchyne Collins at Villa Salon & Spa The Dominion Golf Group Russ Donaldson - Exquisite Day Spa Delivered Go Local France – Bespoke Luxury Voyages Maureen & Dean Greenwood Steve & Sheryl Hanes/Vintage IT Services Louise J. Hein Georgia & Don Henrich Hyatt Regency Austin Betty Jameson Margaret & Bob Kelly Lake Austin Spa Resort Limbo Jewelry Design The Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation Peter Martino, Private Jeweler Don Rogers, Photographer Second Bar & Kitchen Siena Ristorante Toscana Skin Care by Donah Independent CAbi Consultant Monica Smith Strickland Arms Bed & Breakfast Waddell & Reed - Keith Powell The Wine & Food Foundation of Texas Page 17

3806 North Lamar Blvd. | Austin, Texas 78756


Brianna McKinney Photography Portrait and Fashion Photography

Women On Their Toes 2012 E vent C hairs

Jennifer Canaday & Candice McKay Publicity Chair: Brianna McKinney Sponsorship Chair: Ann Downing

Program/Advertising Chair: Jennifer Millspaugh Fashion Show Chair: Amanda Martin

Raffle Co-Chairs: Dinah Arce, Beth Brand, Louise Hein

C ommittee M embers Elsie Abrams

Janet Harris

Anna Bauereis

Joyce Orr

Elizabeth Heenan

Glenda Patterson

Carolyn Bingham

Margaret Herman

Valerie Cason

Christina Hester

Jennifer Sackeyfio

Daphne Konderla

Kazie Smith

Sandy Cary

Grania Patterson

Becky Herrington

Leslie Cox

Ann Russell

Jody Kelly

Janet Eaddy Rose Epps

Jennene Mashburn

Lorrie Garcia

Andra Millian

Carroll Foley

Robin Smith

Barbara Strickland

Lorelei McDevitt

Effie George

Kathy Taylor

Thea Whalen

Judy Morris

Gayle Hamilton

Suzanne White

Betty Oltorf

S pecial T hanks

Christine Wotkyns


Meg Reynolds, Priscilla Cortez, and the Ballet Austin Staff

Founded in 1975, the Ballet Austin Guild is a non-profit volunteer organization

whose purpose is to support Ballet Austin through fundraising, educational programs, and special events in greater Austin and surrounding communities.

For more information or to join the Guild, visit or call 512.476.9151, ext. 200.

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