RHGI have my dress chosen, the high heels co-ordinated; I am wondering whether elbow-length gloves and some pearls would be the final additions to my outfit? I am getting frocked-up for the Women in Business Charity Movie Night co-hosted by Eversols and the National Australia Bank.

With the assistance of Forum 6 Cinema, we have secured a private screening of the classic “High Society”, starring the glamorous Grace Kelly, in support of Ovarian Cancer.

As the event will support Frocktober, we are asking attendees to wear a dress to the movie. For those more daring, 1950s Hollywood glamour will be the theme of the night.

So channeling the enchanting Princess of Monaco, I have selected my dress and I am gathering all my loose change together for the raffles and auction items that will feature at intermission.

I am most looking forward to the auction of several blokes who will kindly donate their time & handy-man skills to the highest bidder. Andrew Warden, winner of this year’s Young Auctioneer competition at the Sydney Royal Easter Show and stock & station agent with Ray White Garvin & Cousens, will convene our auction and talk up the fellas (as if they don’t do it enough themselves!) who will be available for “purchase”. We are hoping that the highest bidder will utilise the team of blokes for a business renovation or better still, donate the boys to a charity who could use some hands-on assistance. Hopefully the ladies who attend the night will be in need of some muscle and will be willing to bid up the boys in aid of a great cause.

Date:                           Wednesday 26 October 2011

Time:                          6pm to 9pm

Venue:                        Forum 6 (Cinema 3)

Ticket Price:              $25 per person

To reserve your spot in the Women in Business Charity Movie Night, register at www.eversol.com.au/pages/firm/Seminars.html by 21 October.

Numbers are limited by cinema seating, so first in, best dressed (pun intended!).

Grab a friend, sister, mother or colleague to join you for an evening of Women in Business in support of Frocktober.

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