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Author Archives: Alexandra Wallace Currie
Although we are steady planning Trunk Shows for children’s shows, we thought it only appropriate to fit another kind just in time for the holidays: Ana’s Collection has been designing and providing additional fashionable clothing for American Dolls. Not
In the month of November, we had the privilege of hosting 2 Girl Scout Troops from The Dwight Elementary School here in Fairfield, CT. They were all invited to decorate holiday
Wooooooooo Hooooooooo! I was expecting! Please read this story of hope within our community! Thank you Caitlin! CLICK HERE TO READ ARTICLE: http://fairfield.patch.com/articles/a-little-square?ncid=newsltuspatc00000001 Please support The Pink Pom-Pom Project!
My heart, prayers and thoughts are with the people that were hit hardest by and are still recovering from Hurricane Sandy this past week. For those of you who have not seen the photos of devastation, it is bad, and … Continue reading
I was trying to come up with a clever way to announce that my sign was up and a little square LLC and The Pink Pom-Pom Project are both officially open!!! Being from
A few weeks ago was the PinkAid/Ralph Lauren fashion show at Mitchell’s in Westport, CT where, in addition to professional models, 20 fabulous Breast Cancer survivors,
Watch this You Tube video – HILARIOUS!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BX7FnAEEXsY&feature=youtube_gdata_player
Hi Family and Friends! The Pink Pom-Pom Project team has committed to riding our bikes between 10-50 miles in the 8th Annual CT Challenge Bike Ride on Saturday, July 28th to support cancer survivorship programs for adults & children.
O-M-G! The CT Challenge and The Fairfield Village Voice recognised me and The Pink Pom-Pom Project for our efforts in raising awareness and money for The CT (Connecticut) Challenge!
I got this e-mail a few weeks ago from my little sister, Laura, who was asking for donations of (used or new) school supplies, sporting equipment, clothing, and shoes. Her mission: travel to Peru and help an impoverished orphanage.