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February 3, 2013

"Believable Hope"

Michael Cartwright, Chairman of American Addiction Centers discussed his book "Believable Hope" and about beating the addiction of prescription drugs.


Chocolate Dreams

GuardiaCare Services Presents:

"Chocolate Dreams: An Evening of Decadent Bliss"

Monday, February 11, 6-9pm

$110 couple or $60 single

Marriott Louisville East

Live and silent auctions, raffles, music


Susan Smith, Executive Director of GuardiaCare discussed the Chocolate Dreams event. There will be at least 25 local chefs competing. For more information please visit chocolatedreams.org.



Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kentuckiana

McDazzle Red Tie Gala

Saturday, February 16, 6pm

The Galt House Hotel

$175, cocktails, dinner, auctions, dancing


The 11th Annual McDazzle benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kentuckiana is a black-tie seated dinner featuring silent and live auctions and dancing. For more information please visit rmhc-kentuckiana.org.



Seventh Annual Carnevale Celebration

Tuesday, February 12, 6:30-9pm

Louisville Boat Club

4200 River Road

The Italian Cultural Institute of Louisville, Inc. (ICI) presents the seventh annual Carnevale Celebration at the Louisville Boat Club, 4200 River Road. Guests are encouraged to wear masks or costumes to experience the magic of Italy's famous celebrations.

Carnevale is open to the public for $20 per person, or $15 for ICI members. Advance registration and payment required. Tickets are available at www.icilouisville.org or  (502) 938-8830.


Desserts by Helen

Treat your sweetheart to something delicious and thoughtful this Valentine's Day by purchasing gourmet cookies prepared by Desserts by Helen and benefiting Maryhurst. The cookies need to be purchased by Friday, February 8th for delivery by Valentines Day. 

Maryhurst Gourmet Cookies come packaged in tins ideal for mailing or wrapping. Each tin contains three dozen cookies, an assortment of chocolate-dipped chocolate chip, butter raspberry thumbprint and raisin-crammed oatmeal. Each tin costs $25, with discounts available for orders totaling $200 or more. Proceeds from the cookie sales help Maryhurst care for more of Kentucky's abused and neglected children.

Cookies are available year-round. Order online at www.maryhurst.org or by calling (502) 271-4523.

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