Get ‘all dolled up’ for Cincinnati Symphony Club’s April Affair

Past April Affair chair Lynne Mathews with 2018 co-chairs Phyllis Tenenholtz and Rosalyn Staadeker

Past April Affair chair Lynne Mathews with 2018 co-chairs Phyllis Tenenholtz and Rosalyn Staadeker

Thursday, April 12, Kenwood Country Club

A collection of dolls donated by interior designer David Millett inspired the theme for April Affair, the annual spring fundraiser of the Cincinnati Symphony Club.  

Phyllis Tenenholtz and Rosalyn Staadeker are co-chairs for the “All Dolled Up” event, which includes a grand raffle, a silent auction, a basket raffle and shopping opportunities. Tickets for the grand raffle prize – a weekend at French Lick Resort in Indiana – are $20 each or $50 for three. They will be sold at several Cincinnati Symphony concerts.

The Symphony Club, founded in 1923, has 260 members. In addition to raising money for the CSO and the Cincinnati Pops, the club gives scholarships to music students. April Affair raised $35,000 for the CSO in 2017, and members contributed $17,000 for music scholarships.

Tickets to the luncheon and fashion show, presented by Carol Trotta, are $65.
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