BRONXVILLE, N.Y. -- The Junior League of Bronxville's will hold its signature fundraiser, Trails to Treasures, to help stamp out hunger in the Bronxville community on Thursday, May 5, and Friday, May 6. The event includes shopping and a tour of residences in the area.
On May 5, the newest element, Trails @ Twilight, will include a fashion show featuring spring looks modeled by members and supporters of the Junior League of Bronxville.
"The Bronxville Chamber of Commerce is extremely grateful to the Junior League of Bronxville, not only for the invaluable service they provide in their tireless commitment to address hunger in our area but also because of the new methods the organization has developed to embrace the business community in these charitable endeavors," said Susan Miele, executive director of the Bronxville Chamber of Commerce. "The chamber's member businesses are excited to be a part of the new fashion show, both to showcase their merchandise and to demonstrate their support of the Junior League's efforts. This is precisely how a community should partner."
In addition to the shopping across the two days of events, there will be a treasure trove of raffle prizes, many of which have been provided by local businesses. An extremely popular item already, through pre-event online sales, is the three-night stay at the Hamilton Princess in Bermuda courtesy of Bayside Travel.
Barbara Nichuals, president and CEO of Bayside Travel, said: “Bayside Travel is a proud supporter of many local charitable organizations. We are especially honored to support the work of the Junior League of Bronxville, a nonprofit that was founded in 1948, which is close to when our Gramatan Travel division was established in town. This year is a special one for our business locally after merging our former Larchmont office with the Gramatan Travel division into our new home of Bayside Travel on Pondfield Road. Contributing to Trails seems a fitting way to mark the occasion.”
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