My Girlfriend’s Closet Partners with Sonoma Valley Hospital Foundation in Support of Women’s Health

My Girlfriend’s Closet, Sonoma’s newest women’s fashion consignment boutique, has established a consignment account to benefit Sonoma Valley Hospital Foundation and its support of women’s health initiatives at Sonoma Valley Hospital, including mammography screening for uninsured and under-insured women.

“It’s an easy and effective way for women of our community to help ensure the health of all women in our Valley” says Fran Meininger, owner of My Girlfriend’s Closet. “By consigning high quality clothes and accessories that they no longer need, or have never worn, women can generate a revenue stream for the SV Hospital Foundation and this important program.”

The Sonoma Valley Hospital Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation that is dedicated to bringing health and well-being to the residents of Sonoma Valley through philanthropic and volunteer support for Sonoma Valley Hospital. Community support helps the Hospital in its mission to maintain, improve and restore the health of everyone in our community.

Since its founding in 1982, the SVH Foundation has raised more than six million dollars from individual donors, charitable foundations and corporations to enhance medical services, equipment and programs, and to help cover the Hospital’s cost of caring for patients who could otherwise not afford to pay.

Please call 933-3050 for details about how to participate in this project and other information about the store.

Anyone interested in Sonoma Valley Hospital Foundation may contact Harmony Plenty, Foundation Executive Director, at 935-5070 or visit http://www.svh.com/foundation.

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Girlfriend’s Mad Hatter Party!

We are kicking off hat season with a special event to welcome Jan Wahl to My Girlfriend’s Closet. Jan is visiting MGC on her junket through Sonoma as part of Girlfriend’s Getaway month. 

We are pleased to welcome Jan, who as the KRON website states, is “Recognized as a woman of many hats, film critic Jan Wahl joined KRON 4 in October 1990. Sporting a different chapeau each week, she critiques recent movie releases, reviews new videos, conducts celebrity interviews, and offers interesting background on show business”.

Wear your favorite hat; bring a hat to consign, share some afternoon refreshment and have a little fun with us. The first 20 ladies at the party to consign hats will receive a gift of lovely handcrafted soap.

Date: March 26, 2011
Time: 1:00 – 3:00 pm
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Easy Fix

Rain got you down?  There’s nothing like a fun piece of jewelry to brighten up your day…and your outfit!

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CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN!!!!

WOW!!!  What else is there to say?

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March is Girlfriends Month at My Girlfriend’s Closet – Sonoma’s Newest Fashion Consignment Boutique

We are celebrating with a storewide sale!  Receive 10 – 50% off on your purchases and we will also send you a discount coupon to share with your girlfriend!       Open daily 11 – 7, 539 First St West, Sonoma

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Shop and Sip at My Girlfriend’s Closet with Benziger Family Winery

Friday and Saturday, March 11th and 12th 4:00 – 7:00 pm, 539 First Street West, Sonoma

Join us for a tasting of select wines from Benziger Family Winery, the Valley’s premiere sustainable and biodynamic winery. Enjoy browsing the relaxed and social atmosphere of My Girlfriend’s Closet, a women’s fashion consignment boutique specializing in clothes for the sophisticated women of Sonoma Valley and those who visit.

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Mid-Morning Mimosa at My Girlfriend’s Closet

Come in any Saturday and Sunday in March and enjoy a complimentary Mid-Morning Mimosa while you shop.  My Girlfriend’s Closet specializes in clothes for the sophisticated women of Sonoma Valley and those who visit. 539 First St West Sonoma Open every day 11 – 7.

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