There’s nothing better than hearing the words “Sold Out!” And that’s what Callier Cares Luncheon Chair Tiffany Divis was reporting this morning at Bachendorf’s in Preston Center East, when she picked up the 2015 Ruth and Ken Altshuler Callier Care Award from Lawrence Bock.
But don’t show the photo to awardee Mike McCullough. He doesn’t want to see the award until the lunch at Brook Hollow on Thursday, April 30.
If you want to get sentimental, you need to drop by Bachendorf’s within the next couple of weeks. Lawrence explained that the jewelry store is going to go through a major overhaul. Where the Baccarat and Waterford crystals now shimmer will be Rolexes galore. And, no, the crystals collectibles and gifts aren’t going away. They’re just moving a few feet away to their own neat nook. As for business, it will be as usual. The work will take place in phases, so Mother’s Day, wedding and graduation purchases will still be a snap.
As for the luncheon, there is a waiting list , so you can try and should because mom Rhoni Golden will talk about “her personal journey of navigating her [autistic] son’s treatment and acre towards the goal of a happy and fulfilling life” thank to Callier.
Proceeds from the luncheon will benefit patients in need through the Callier Care Fund.