An Evening of Food, Fashion & Inspiration, Introducing Lolly’s Locks

Your host for the evening Dr. JC Hayward ~ Vice President WUSA-TV9
Your host for the evening Dr. JC Hayward ~ Vice President WUSA-TV9

Remember victims of cancer at the Lolly’s Locks “Food, Fashion and Inspiration” event at the National Museum of Women in the Arts.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Washington DC

An Evening of Food, Fashion & Inspiration introducing Lolly’s Locks will take place November 27th. Lolly’s Locks is an organization that provides wigs for cancer patients in need. The evening will be hosted by Dr. JC Hayward of WUSA-TV9 and featuring top chefs: Victor Albisu of Taco Bamba, Nathan Anda of Red Apron Butchery, Scott Drewno of The Source and Haidar Karoum of Proof & Estadio. The honored guest of the evening is Lainie Schultz Jones.

An Evening of Food, Fashion & Inspiration, Introducing Lolly's Locks

DRINKS BY:

Adam Bernbach ~ Proof & Estadio

FEATURING:

A very special fashion show with wigs by Shevy Wigs and clothes by Tsyndyma

HONORED GUEST:

Lainie Mara Jones

Event Chair Michelle Gloden Schoenfeld
Event Chair Michelle Gloden Schoenfeld
John Paul Hamilton
John Paul Hamilton

EVENT HOST COMMITTEE:

Michelle Gloden Schoenfeld ~ Event Chair
Bela Patel Aggarwal
John Paul Hamilton
Cristina Marie Hosmer
Amanda Polk
Crystal Torchio

Cristina Marie Hosmer
Cristina Marie Hosmer

TICKETS
Space is limited and reservations are required by Monday, November 19th. Suggested minimum donation is $75 per person.

Complimentary valet parking will be provided for the event courtesy of Unipark.

Amanda Polk
Amanda Polk

About Lolly’s Locks
Lolly’s Locks connects high-quality, human hair wigs with cancer patients who are suffering hair loss as an effect of chemotherapy, and who are unable to afford them.  Lolly’s Locks is a way to honor the memory of wife and mother-extraordinaire, Lolly Toll, who lost her 15-month battle of cancer in March, 2012. While she was sick, Lolly endured more than 20 chemotherapy treatments and eventually lost her hair.  Despite this, Lolly never let her cancer or the effects of chemo keep her from living and enjoying her life.  She went out and bought two high-end, human-hair wigs that made her look and feel as close to herself as possible, and she went right on making beautiful memories with all of the people that she loved.

National Museum of Women in the Arts

National Museum of Women in the Arts
1250 New York Avenue NW
Washington DC 20005

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