St. Charles Women's Club TeaCup Auction
L to R: Shelia Rachal, Cheryl Carmouche, Irma Guidry, Nancy Finsta, Gail Stevens, Theresa Loving, Teresa Miller, Angela McGowan, Priscilla Horn, and Cathy Cantrell.
Themed "Let's go to the Bunny Hop", over 290 guest participated and bid on over 350 auction items provided by both members and area businesses.
Just under $17,000 was raised in 2013, proving to be a record year for the annual event. Several non-profit organizations and scholarship recipients of St. Charles Parish will be awarded these funds.
Chairwomen Kacy Kernan and Diane Rochelle extended thanks to the members of the club who volunteered for the TeaCup and the contributors.
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