e Tijuana Project, Diane Hutcheson (wife of UpLift founder Kent Hutcheson), luncheon chairs Carleen Haselden and Jennifer Myers, Guild President Margie Hunter. Photos by Trung Nguyen
Glenmoor Country Club was the site of the annual fashion show with fashions from EveyK Mobile Boutique modeled by UpLift’s Advanced Leadership Students. Among the exciting programs reported at the annual luncheon were the Tijuana Trip, Book Project and the Guild Boutique set up from a broad spectrum of donated items so students can shop for family gifts. The Tijuana Trip is remarkable because students actually travel to Mexico to help build homes for those without shelter there. Instead of being considered victims, these young people are taught skills themselves and help others in need.
Colorado UpLift CEO Dr. Joe Sanders
Pam Thomas, who headed the boutique for students, and Carmel Hanson. Courtesy of Colorado UpLift Guild
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