It’s that time of the year again, the annual Mother Daughter Luncheon is an event cherished by the Shamrock community because it’s an opportunity to strengthen the bond with our daughters. Mothers, Grandmothers, Aunts, Sisters, Godmothers and Special Guests are all welcome to join this year’s luncheon. The theme voted on by the students is “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” We are honored to have Alumnae, Felicia Escobar Carrillo ’95, Director of Immigrant Intergration for the Beacon Fund, as our Keynote Speaker. The Mother-Daughter Luncheon has been a beautiful tradition of the spring semester at IWHS for many years! This special event begins with mass followed by lunch and entertainment.
This year’s event is scheduled for Sunday, February 4, 2018 beginning with mass at 11:30 am at the Chapel of the Incarnate Word located at 4503 Broadway. The Luncheon, Entertainment and Slideshow begins 1:30 pm at the Rosenberg Skyroom at the University of the Incarnate Word located at 847 E. Hildebrand Avenue. Registration and Photography will be available at the Rosenberg Skyroom beginning at 12:30 pm.
Please note the dates and deadlines for Registration, Testimonials, Slideshow Photos and Table Reservations are as follows:
Early Bird Registration: Friday, January 19, 2018
Testimonials: Friday, January 19, 2018
Slideshow Photos: Friday, January 26, 2018
Registration: Friday, January 26, 2018
Table Reservations*: Thursday, February 1, 2018
ALL SALES ARE FINAL
*All luncheon registrations MUST be pre-paid and received no later than Friday, January 26, 2018
Parents please do not let financial challenges prevent you from attending this community event. Please contact Stephanie Denning, Director of Development by Friday, January 19, 2018 at email@example.com to obtain a financial scholarship ticket.
Annette Reyes & Beth Cristadoro
IWHS MD Luncheon Chair & Co-Chair
Founded in 1881, Incarnate Word High School (IWHS) is an independent, all-female, tuition-funded college preparatory school whose mission is to inspire confidence and intellectually stimulate young women to prepare them for success in both college and life. Demanding coursework, community service, athletics and other extracurricular activities promote the intellectual, spiritual, and physical qualities required to achieve academic and career goals. Currently, IWHS educates 550 young women (80% ethnic minority, 87% Catholic, and 39% financially supported). Based on past success, 100% are expected to enroll at a college or university after graduation from high school. IWHS does not receive state or federal support. Tuition assistance and financial aid is provided by foundations, trusts, endowments, Casino Night and private donations.