Chairs Kim Padgett and Jessica Rossman
request the pleasure of your company at
Shades of Roses
A multi-course dinner with exclusive wine pairings
benefiting the Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation
graciously underwritten by
Fleming’s Prime Steak & Wine Bar
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
6:30 p.m. Cocktails, 7:30 p.m. Dinner
Honoring Patricia Rauch
Tracey Hilfman Award Recipient
Featuring Dave L. Hilfman as the evening’s auctioneer Live Auction featuring two round-trip first class tickets on United Airlines and jewelry by Uptown Diamond, Cocktail Attire, Cigars on the terrace, Entertainment by vocalist Kristine Mills
Special thanks to Nancy Marcus Golden
Uptown Diamond is proud to support the Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation and their wonderful cause through the donation of the Holly Rose Memorial Diamond Ring.
The ring is a 1.43ct pear shaped diamond with .53ctw of pink diamonds. It is a donation from Rick Antona of Uptown Diamond for the many mothers and women who have cancer. The Holly Rose Memorial Diamond Ring was exclusively designed by Rick Antona of Uptown Diamond for the Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation. Bidding on the ring is open to the public, and makes a great Mother’s Day Gift, or engagement or wedding ring. All the money goes directly to the patients.
Rick can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 713 360-7922 to interview him about why he designed this ring in pink gold and is donating it for cancer prevention and wellness for women, men, and children, all ages, all races, both genders.
Bidding will end on May 29, at our Fleming’s dinner. The ring appraises for $20,000 and the bidding should start at $7,000.00.
For a better description of the quality of the diamonds and exact carats, please contact Rick directly. To bid on the ring, contact Lily Paxson at email@example.com Every dollar will go directly to helping save a life with cancer, and preventing cancer in men, women, and children.
The ring is a custom crafted rose gold double halo ring that is beautifully garnished with a fascinating pear shaped diamond and pink diamonds on the sides of the ring.
The outer halo ribbon represents the infinite life of Holly Harwood Skolkin. Her life continues to impact and help women who suffer from breast cancer by being the inspiration for the Foundation. It is a gentle reminder to all that Holly Harwood Skolkin lives on in spirit and watches over those women who are battling breast cancer.
The inner halo ribbon represents the women who are fighting breast cancer. It also serves as a symbol to those women to continue to persevere and pay forward the gift that they have received from the Foundation by being ambassadors to the cause.
Then pink diamonds on the side of the ring represent the beauty that is within each woman who is fighting or has fought breast cancer. It is a reminder that this terrible disease can never take away from the true beauty of a woman.
The heart of the ring is fashioned with a single pear shaped diamond, which represents the Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation. The foundation continues to give women new beginnings and hope.
The Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation 501 (c) (3) helps the under and uninsured with critical illness and cancer with free reconstruction, and wellness. It has helped men, women, and children with physical deformities due to birth or illness.
The foundation was formed by Dr. Franklin and Cindi Rose to honor and in memory of Cindi’s sister, Holly Harwood Skolkin, who battled stage 4 cancer with courage and love. Holly’s example proved that those who have goals, support, and prayer, battle their physical health opportunity with longer lives. By making those feel “whole”, the HRRF has helped over 100 people in its 8 years of existence with support, wigs, permanent eyebrows, reconstruction, education, research, prevention of cancer, outreach, alternative treatments when requested, world-wide. Holly and Tracey’s examples of giving love to family and community while battling illness has made a lasting example to the world of living your highest path. Fleming’s Prime Steak & Wine Bar as well as United Airlines (formerly Continental) have made this vision possible, of assisting those who have cancer and other illness’s stay well longer.
To get involved or to refer a possible patient, please contact Lily Paxson, new Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 713-622-3610 and ask for Autumn Ayers, assistant to Dr. Franklin A. Rose.
For more information please visit: hollyroseribbon.org