Society / The Seen

Can (Do!

) A Trendy Plaza Boutique Keeps a Power Crowd Buzzing On a Vital Night for the City

BY // 03.22.16
photography Lisa Means

What: Wilkinson Center Can Do Luncheon Kickoff shopping extravaganza

Where: Kendra Scott, Plaza at Preston Center

Who: Executive director of Wilkinson Center Anne Reeder; Can Do Luncheon chair Sara Albert; North Texas Food Bank’s Tammy Barger; chair of the Mayor’s task force Regina Montoya; Holly Greef, Anne Conner, Annie Salem, Lacy Montgomery, Sher Miller, Cindy Weed, Cynthia Melnick, Baylea Wood, Kelli Mansfield, Megan Blessing, Barton Duffey, Missy Huber, Sher Miller, Amanda Tumey, Sally Wheeler, Meredith Zidell, Stephanie Taylor, Joni Brown-Haas, and Katherine Coker

PC Moment: Colorful baubles and charm necklaces kept members of WC buzzing about the trendy boutique as they kicked off celebrations for the annual Can Do Luncheon, set for Tuesday, May 10 at Dallas Country Club. Dedicated to helping Dallas families find a pathway out of poverty, the non-profit believes they really Can (Do!) in order to make a difference. At the fourth annual luncheon, WC will present the Can Do Awards to the North Texas Food Bank and the chair of the mayor’s task force on poverty, Regina Montoya.

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