Shopping = giving to Stepping Stones


Outgoing president Jeremy Vaughan with Trevor Furbay

Businesses and organizations are stepping up to help Stepping Stones.

In December, the Kenwood Country Club Ladies Holiday Luncheon raised close to $10,000 for Stepping Stones programs for people with disabilities.

Longtime supporter Trevor Furbay, who owns Romualdo fine and custom clothing and tailoring shop in Madeira, recently decided to hold an event of his own.

The first Romualdo shopping day for Stepping Stones raised $1,350 as shoppers bought everything from suits to ties to shoes and enjoyed wine, cheese and cocktails.

Several other community businesses and organizations are supporting Stepping Stones with special events, including a March 20 steel band concert at Clark Montessori School.

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