There is nothing like a Labor Day party at Joey Seay’s beautiful arts and crafts home in Goshen. Lots of his friends were there and a good time was had by all.
Later in the week, Debbie Scoppechio, Creative Alliance founder and CEO with her husband Rick Duffy, Creative’s COO, hosted a monumental 25th Anniversary party for the agency at their offices on West Jefferson. The party featured the Pointer Sisters in a party tent set up in the middle of Jefferson Street. It looked like more than 2,000 people were there to offer their congratulations. Everyone who was anybody and some who were nobody were there and having a grand time.
Norton Commons will host Louisville’s newest and most exciting home show this fall. They are building and decorating 13 new homes just for this event, featuring the latest in home building technologies, architectural design and interior decorating trends. And each home will represent a different charity with a portion of the proceeds benefiting these very deserving causes.
Historic Homes Foundation has been selected as one of the organizations to benefit from this very special event. Tickets cost $16 if purchased online, $15 if purchased via phone or in person. Tickets may also be purchased by contacting Gutherie Zaring at 502.494.4605 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A fixture in Louisville society, Carla Sue Broecker has been writing her weekly column for more than two decades.