A Feathered Mob
Party like it's 1920! Gambling bash brings out the gangster in real estate professionals
What: A roaring '20s gambling party in which flappers and fellas from Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene raised dough for the Sunshine Kids Foundation.
Where: Momentum Jaguar Southwest Houston.
The 411: The posse of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene professionals, notorious for being social butterflies, kindled a stylish mob of more than 220 to model feathered boas, bedazzled fascinators and strings of pearls for a gangster eve of gambling and bubbly. Adding to the kitty was a handful of themed fundraising amusements that included wine pulls, champagne for jewelry, a wheel of sunshine, left right center and a silent auction, which collectively accrued a whopping $78,000 for the charity that supports little ones undergoing cancer treatment.
Who: Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene co-owner Marilyn Eiland, Ann and Mark Woodroof, Christi Borden, Linda Burnett , Julie Lower, Kristi and Dave Holcomb, Pattie Huey and Ruby and Reginald Branch.