A Day at the Saratoga Races to Benefit the Ronald McDonald House

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Rondald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region New YorkComplexions Spa & Salon is very proud to be a sponsor of tomorrow’s 11th Annual RMHC Saratoga Fashion Show fund raising event in Saratoga Springs, New York. The event typically raises thousands of dollars for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region and is open to all. The festivities start in Club House’s At the Rail Pavilion at 11 a.m. Kristina Krawchuck from KK Image Media helped organize the event and this year they are expecting over 400 women! Saratoga Trunk is once again conducting a fantastic fashion show for all the ladies to see and enjoy. I can’t wait to see the spectacular fashions they are always known for. Natalie Sillery consistently does an outstanding job.

Our job consisted of putting together over 150 skin & beauty product filled gift bags full of wonderful samples that I hope everyone will enjoy and make use of. Several of my product vendors were amazingly supportive of the event and helped to fill the bag with an array of top-quality product that reflect our support of green and eco-friendly brands. Included in the bag will be samples of Go Smile teeth whitening toothpaste, Art of Shaving Shave Cream, Kneipp Bath Essential Oil and Lotion, Redken Shampoo, our own brand of Complexions Shampoo, Conditioner, and Body Lotion, Yon-ka Skin Care, a Gardens of Saratoga calendar and Albany’s Where to Magazine. I also added a $25.00 gift certificate that the ladies can use at the spa for any service at any time. :)

It’s been a wonderful August Track Season so far – being able to be a part of charities like tomorrows has made it all the more amazing.

About the event:

“Come On A My House”: The 11th Annual Ronald McDonald House Fashion Show Presented by the Times Union hits the catwalk on Thursday, August 27th. This particular theme is based on Rosemary Clooney’s best selling song from 1951: an era of simplicity with a core deeply rooted in traditional family values. Those core values are what we instill at the Ronald McDonald House for the more than 14,000 families who have passed through our doors.

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I serve on and support several community charity committees as I believe it’s important to give back. In my spare time I love hiking and fishing in the Adirondacks, equestrian sports and thoroughbreds, fine wine, skiing, golf, and traveling to distant locations. I also love early mornings in the gym exercising, pilates, my dog, cooking, and sharing time with my husband and two children, good friends and family.