Hai Guin Scholarship Association 2019 Spring Benefit Luncheon

Hai Guin Scholarship Association 2019 Spring Benefit Luncheon Committee Members. Standing left to right: Andrea Garabedian, Karen Martin, Donna Deranian, Sandra Aghababian, Joyce Guleserian, Ida Kolligian, Mary Kupjian, Christine Berberian, Gladys Partamian, president. Seated from left to right: Pamela Gechijian, Joyce Jones, Michele Kolligian, Benefit Co-Chairs

BELMONT, Mass.—The Hai Guin Scholarship Association will hold its 2019 Spring Benefit Luncheon on Saturday, April 27 at the Belmont Country Club in Belmont. This year will feature a fashion presentation and pop-up shop by world renowned luxury brand, St. John of Boston, Mass. The luncheon will commence at 11:30 a.m.

The Spring Benefit will begin with a distinctive silent auction, raffle prizes, a Pop-Up Shop & more, followed by a luncheon and a fashion presentation by St. John. St. John is an American luxury house that was founded in 1962 by Robert and Marie Gray. It is a fascinating coming together of craft and couture based on the premise of a simple, yet elegant knit dress. Over the years, the brand has evolved, but the basis for the collection remains the same today as it did from the very start: effortless, alluring, and refined clothing that appeals to women all over the world. St. John has a unique American design with a core in signature innovative knits, and has an undisputed reputation for luxury and quality.

The Hai Guin Scholarship Association has provided educational assistance to undergraduate and graduate college students of Armenian heritage since 1935. Proceeds from this event fund scholarships to students who are Massachusetts residents, and attend a college in the continental United States. Candidates must have completed one year at the school for which the scholarship is requested. Scholarships awarded are based on merit and need. Your attendance and support allows the Hai Guin Scholarship Association to continue its mission.

For tickets to the luncheon, please call Christine Berberian at 978-500-1116 or Andrea Garabedian at 978-618-3030. Applications for the scholarship are available upon request by writing to: Hai Guin Scholarship Association, 23 Bradley Road, Arlington, MA 02474, Attn: Scholarship Chairman. All application materials are due by October 25, 2019.

 

This article is a press release submitted to the Armenian Weekly by the Hai Guin Scholarship Association and has been published to our announcements section as a courtesy. If your organization has an event you would like to submit for consideration, please email us at editor@armenianweekly.com. Publication is not guaranteed.

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