Swing into Spring at the 57th Annual Spring Luncheon

Swing into Spring with the Navarumsunk Auxiliary
At its 57th Annual Spring Luncheon & Fashion Show

Swing into Spring at the 57th Annual Spring Luncheon

LONG BRANCH, NJ, March 12, 2014 – Members of the Navarumsunk Auxiliary Spring Luncheon Committee: Front row, l-r, Arlene Lospinoso, Maureen Hintelmann (Co-President), Terese Pinto and Maureen Kachinski (Co-President). Back row, l-r, Linda Schottland, Cynthia Mathews, Patty Overman, Louise Molke, Lee Weber and Mary Jane O’Hare.

LONG BRANCH, NJ, March 12, 2014 – Members of the Navarumsunk Auxiliary cordially invite the community to attend its 57th Annual Spring Luncheon and Fashion Show, 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, May 7, at Branches in West Long Branch benefitting Family & Children’s Service (FCS), Monmouth County’s oldest nonprofit social service agency serving people at vulnerable times in their lives through education, intervention, care and counseling.

Auxiliary Co-Presidents Maureen Hintelmann and Maureen Kachinski, both of Shrewsbury, have been busy planning this year’s event which will include a delicious gourmet lunch, a silent auction encompassing bountiful baskets of wine, luxury items and accessories, a 50/50 raffle and a fashion show featuring Le Papillon of Rumson. Professional and volunteer models will walk the runway, showing off the latest collections by designers such as Eileen Fischer, Lilly and Tommy Bahama.

“This is the first event of the Spring season,” says Maureen Hintelmann says. “It’s a wonderful way to see what’s new in Spring fashion, refresh your wardrobe and reconnect with friends who may have been away during the long, winter months.”

Maureen Kachinski added that the fundraiser is also a great way to celebrate the upcoming Mother’s Day holiday. “Bring your mother, your daughter and your friends. It’s going to be a great time!”

Tickets for this year’s luncheon are $60 and can be obtained by contacting FCS Director of Development Diane Gribbin at 732-222-9111 or at dgribbin@fcsmonmouth.org

Founded in 1957, the Navarumsunk Auxiliary of FCS adopted its name from the Native American tribe that inhabited the Rumson-Fair Haven peninsula. Over the years, the group has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for FCS to support programs such as homelessness prevention, caregiver services and child literacy.