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Remember the musician John Tesh and his actress wife, Connie Selleca? These days John is a radio talk show host, and together with the Selleca-Tesh Family Foundation, John is collecting donations to aid fishing families adversely affected by the devastating gulf coast oil spill. The fund drive, known as Adopt a Fisherman, utilizes 100% of donations received to assist fishing families in Venice, Louisiana with food supplies, medical care and other necessities.

Our fashion savvy friends at Muse boutique have jumped on board. Beginning July 1 - through Labor Day, Muse will contribute 15 percent of proceeds from the sale of Summer accessories including sunglasses, summer scarves, and embellished sandals to Adopt a Fisherman. To kick off this fundraiser, Muse is hosting an evening of summer shopping sure to be boatloads of fun! Grab some friends and hook a great catch while donating to a worthy cause.


Adopt A Fisherman Event at Muse
Wednesday, June 30
6pm – 8pm
2411 West Alabama (at Kirby)
713-581-8416
www.musehouston.com

www.tesh.com







Buzz over to Bering's and pick up a can of The Original Bee's Wax aerosol spray. Fly straight home and start transforming the wood, marble, granite and stainless steel in your home to its original luster. As a bonus, the Bee's Wax helps marble and granite tops become acid resistant, and prevents bathroom mirrors from fogging. WOW, the husband and wife team that have been making this product since 1974 really know their stuff (as do the bees). $10

www.beeswaxpolish.com









Mary Ann McKeithan hosted a luncheon May 19, to introduce Buckner International to a special gathering of movers and shakers at Tony’s. Buckner provides care and resources for orphans and at-risk children in the United States and more than 50 countries around the world. Through international orphanage support, humanitarian aid, short-term missions, foster care and adoption, Buckner has made a lasting impact in some of the world’s most poverty-stricken and socially desperate countries. Zack Parrish is heading the office here in Houston and is working with other organizations to partner and support opportunities to help more children and families in our community. Seen in the crowd: Mary Ann Hoffer, David McKeithan, Anna Dean, Philamena Baird, Susan Boggio, Barbara LeGrange, Betty Tutor and Virginia Steppe. There are plans underway for a fall reception to reach out to a broader audience about the many programs Buckner provides.

www.buckner.org



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