WOMEN LIFTED THEIR HATS AND YOUNG GIRL’S HEARTS AT THE 6TH ANNUAL HATS OFF LUNCHEON PRESENTED BY ING FOUNDATION
Tracy Wilson Mourning Hosts Popular Luncheon Benefiting Honey Shine Mentoring Program for Young Girls at Risk in South Florida
MIAMI, FL (April 30, 2008) — South Florida’s most vulnerable and often forgotten – young girls at risk – had the chance to shine in the spotlight, and were joined by over five hundred women who sported hats of all kinds, on Tuesday, April 29th, 2008 at Jungle Island for Tracy Wilson Mourning’s 6th Annual Hats Off Luncheon presented by the ING Foundation.
A dozen girls – a.k.a. “Honey Bugs” – were dressed in high style with the latest spring fashions and strutted their stuff to adoring fans at a fashion show sponsored by Aventura Mall during the Hats Off Luncheon. “Our hearts and sincere gratitude go out to all our supporters who contributed to make this year’s luncheon yet another success,” said Mourning, founder of the Honey Shine Mentoring Program, which develops and nurtures the mind, body and soul of young women by providing experiences that enlighten and create balance in their lives. “Hats Off has grown not only in size and popularity, but also in awareness in the importance of what Honey Shine does and means to the community.”