Archive for April, 2012

Help Save Serena Sale

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

I’m hosting a special booth at Rincon Valley Farmers Market April 21 to help an outstanding Tucson gal with a recently diagnosed brain tumor.  Serena Freewomyn, 31, is a women’s activist, web designer and social media guru.  Serena has helped countless people…homeless and underprivileged women in need of medical attention, and she has volunteer coached debate students for many years.  Now Serena needs help–$86,000 worth.

The Save Serena Sale Booth will carry art, antiques, jewelry, women’s accessories, housewares, toys, gourmet desserts, and more at reasonable prices.  All sales items have been donated, and 100% of all sales will benefit Serena’s medical treatment fund.

The booth will also feature a writers’ table with signed books by Southern Arizona authors, including my book ‘THOUGHTS FROM JAPAN”.   I will donate 50% of my book sales to the Serena Fund, and other authors will also donate a portion of their book sales.

So mark the date in red.  Bring cash or checks.  Buy lots.  And those desserts…red velvet whoopie pies, German chocolate cupcakes, Jamaica rum cake and angelfood clouds, $1.00 each, to enjoy and savor while you shop.

Saturday, April 21  —  9am to 2pm

Rincon Valley Farmers Market at 12500 E. Old Spanish Trail, in the huge green barn 4 mi. east of Saguaro National Monument East.