The Uncommon Friends Foundation is pleased to announce the finalists for its 2018 Business Ethics Award. The finalists are Chris-Tel Construction, PBS Contractors and Priority Marketing. As part of the final judging, finalists and area business leaders will jointly participate at the 13th Annual Ethical Leadership Conference on October 23 hosted by the Lutgert College.
The Burroughs Home & Gardens is taking reservations and finalizing plans for its inaugural “Brunch on the River: an Inspirational Bridal Exposé” to be held on November 11, 2018 to showcase the venue’s expansive waterfront views, alongside an array of over 45 wedding professionals and services. The strolling tour will introduce engaged couples to the.
The Uncommon Friends Foundation is closing nominations for its 2018 Business Ethics Award on September 1. Finalists will be announced in advance and honored at a special business ethics luncheon hosted by Florida Gulf Coast University’s Lutgert School of Business and the Uncommon Friends Foundation on Tuesday, October 23, 2018. The recipient of the Business.
Holiday House Chair Tracy McGee of the Fort Myers Woman’s Community Club recently presented a check for $26,970 to Executive Director Jennifer Nelson of the Uncommon Friends Foundation from its 61st Annual Holiday House. As every year, the historic Burroughs and Langford-Kingston homes at 2505 and 2500 First Street are decorated in miles of ribbon,.
The Uncommon Friends Foundation (UFF) is pleased to announce its 2018 Uncommon Evening annual gala is set for Thursday, November 8, 2018 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the historic Burroughs Home & Gardens at 2505 First Street in downtown Fort Myers. The theme of “Reflections on the River” will celebrate the Uncommon Friends Foundation’s.
The Uncommon Friends Foundation will hold its 2018 Uncommon Evening annual gala on Thursday, November 8, 2018 from sunset at 6 to 9 p.m. at the waterfront pavilion at the historic Burroughs Home & Gardens in downtown Fort Myers. The “Reflections on the River” theme will celebrate the Foundation’s 25th anniversary with a special program.
Jennifer Nelson, chairperson of Love that Dress!6, is proud to announce this year’s event raised more than $125,000 to benefit PACE Center for Girls, Lee. A record-breaking number of collection parties leading up to the big night garnered an unprecedented total of about 4,000 new and gently loved dresses to be sold at the epic.