Sunday, September 21, 2014

An Evening of Wine & Roses

We attended the 2014 American Cancer Society Hope Gala last evening. 



While we were in downtown Johnson City we took a short detour before the gala to visit The Lady of The Fountain



The event was held at Orchard Place, the fabulous home of Valda Jones. 


Photo credits for images above and below: Kingsport Times-News


Our beautiful friends Valda Jones and Caroline Scharfstein chaired the 2014 American Cancer Society Hope Gala of the Tri-Cities, "An Evening of Wine and Roses" in memory of Tim and Ben.


It's always a treat for me to meet followers of Fifty, not Frumpy. This beautiful lady is Diane Hollifield Cupp. 


The evening included live entertainment from "Kids Our Age" and a buffet dinner catered by Main Street Café & Catering.





One of the best things about attending fundraisers is getting to visit with friends we may not see very often. We dined with our dear friends Natalie Bailey and Von Bailey.





I had dessert with sweet friend Lori Caudell Fatherree.


The outdoor fireplace is a lovely new addition to the property.



The pool is blue, however the dim lighting makes it appear green.



Another fire feature on the property was this one by the pool. That's glass!


Mr. Mickey was the most dapper gent there!


A wine display at the entrance.




The Tahari by Arthur Levine jacket is from Dillard's. The slim stretch pants are from Chico's. The Sam Edleman shoes are from Nordstrom. The clutch is from T.J.Maxx.

Thank you for joining Mr. Mickey and me on this journey through midlife and beyond. 

The second fifty years really are the best!

Susan Street is the President of VintageJewelrySupplies.com.

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8 comments:

Margaret Osmond said...

Some LOVELY touches to the décor. Loved the outdoor fireplace, and the table fireplace. Much nicer than the standard tent heaters.

I've decided, though, that I will never let my picture be taken standing next to you unless you turn your back to the camera. It simply isn't fair to be that photogenic. :D

Congrats to Mr. Mickey for doing a black shirt look without looking mafia affiliated. My husband isn't quite so fortunate when he does it! (tee hee)

Great blog!

Margaret

Donna said...

Lovely venue, beautiful friends, yummy food and drink, worthy cause and a most dashing gentleman friend all make a fabulous evening! Look at the shine on Mr Mickey's shoes! Is that a Japanese maple behind you in the first picture? You look so lovely and chic.

Pam @ over50feeling40 said...

You and Mr. Mickey both look stunning...so chic! Your shoes are just perfect for this outfit!! I am so glad you included your friend...fabulous event!

Patti said...

Worthy cause, and lovely friends - what a wonderful evening, Susan. You and your man are stunning! Thanks for sharing with Visible Monday, xo.

Beetique said...

gasp! Those shoes!

une femme said...

What a fabulous event! That's a fabulous jacket, fits you beautifully.

Margo said...

I have just downloaded Eat For Health. Hope it makes me look a glowing as you. Even if it takes a while it will be worth it. I am not so interested in weight but you look so healthy the plan must suit you very well. Would love to hear more of your recipes. Thanks for all your posts they are really inspiring

meriusa said...

THE impression throughout the festivity steals Mr Mickey with his black and white suit.