Pace Center for Girls to host annual Grande Dames Tea
The Pace Center for Girls, Lee County recently announced its virtual 2021 Grande Dames Tea on March 11 at 1 p.m., when Pace will honor three local women — Naomi Bloom, Mariel Goss and Robin Krivanek — for their significant impact on the community.
The annual event honors women who exemplify the organization’s guiding principles and have made an impact through their roles in business, community and philanthropy. It recognizes the unique perspectives and powerful insights that the women have gained in life, and honorees will share their wisdom during a Q&A session led by the young women of Pace. The program will be complemented with a performance by the Pace girls and prize drawings.
“We invite the community to join us for an afternoon of inspiration as we recognize our community’s most revered women — this year with a virtual twist,” Executive Director Meg M. Geltner said. “This time-honored Pace tradition celebrates the female spirit while recognizing the wisdom that comes with time, and learning from these women’s lives is an unforgettable opportunity.”
Virtual tickets are $15 per person. Proceeds from the event benefit Pace and its strength-based, gender-specific programs that guide Pace girls in finding their voice and achieving their potential.
For more information or to register, visit www.PaceCenter.org/GrandeDames or call 239-425-2366.