Kitty Kelley and Nancy Taylor Bubes Host Rose Park party

Photo by RJSmith
Nancy Taylor Bubes, Jack Evans, and Kitty Kelley
Nancy Taylor Bubes, Jack Evans, and Kitty Kelley
Kitty Kelley is a national treasure, author of bestsellers on Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Elizabeth Taylor, Frank Sinatra, Nancy Reagan, the British Royal Family, the Bush family and on Oprah.  She is also a Georgetown resident who contributes to her community.  Wednesday she opened her house on Dumbarton Street for a convivial evening fundraiser for Rose Park.

With the Kiwanis Club of Georgetown, the Rose Park Association and sponsor Nancy
Kitty Kelley is joined by  Pam Moore (left), past president of Rose Park and David Dunning, the current president (Photo by: RJSmith) Kitty Kelley is joined by Pam Moore (left), past president of Rose Park and David Dunning, the current president
Taylor Bubes of Washington Fine Properties, the reception also kicked off the “Georgetown Daffodil Weeks” bulb sale aimed at beautifying the streets of Georgetown with spring flowers and raising funds to support our the Kiwanis Club's community efforts. Beginning with the East Village, the aim is to plant 5,000 yellow and white daffodil bulbs this autumn to create a spectacular and colorful spring showing in early- to mid-April year-after-year. 
 
Kelley, joined by super realtor Bubes, welcomed arriving guests with a handshake, a hug and warm greetings.   Supporters who enjoyed drinks and a full table of delicacies, included Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner Tom Birch, Jennifer Altemus, head of the Citizens Association of Goergetown, local architect Outerbridge Horsey, David Dunning, the current president of Rose Park, and Pam Moore, a past president, and the newlyweds Michele Seiver and
Michele Siever (Photo by: RJSmith) Michele Siever
Councilmember Jack Evans.
 
The bulbs will be available for purchase at the rescheduled October 17th Rose Park Day held at the tennis court/baseball field area of the Park from 1 to 4 pm, at the Rose Park farm Market on Wednesdays from 4 to 7 pm and the Hardy Middle School Farm Market on Saturdays from 9 to 1 pm through October. All proceeds from bulb sales will benefit the service leadership programs of The Kiwanis Club of Georgetown that assist area youth.
 
Prices are:

$10 for 10 (a bag of ten bulbs, mixed yellow and white)
$25 for 3 (three bags of ten bulbs, mixed yellow and white)
For more information, please call Jenny Mottershead at (202) 944-5296 or visit our web site: http://georgetownkiwanis.com or www.georgetownkiwanis.com.
 

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