JPA creates a tradition
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 21 Dec 2006, D4, D5

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"What Women Want," a benefit for the Juvenile Protective Association, was held Nov. 9 at the Kenilworth Club for the fifth consecutive year. The shopping boutique was attended by more than 400 women from the North Shore raising approximately $60,000 for the organization's programs for children and families in crisis.

Photographs Kathy Bernstin of Wilmette, Patty Johnson of Kenilworth, Patty Moore of Kenilworth, Nancy Heinz of Winnetka, Kate Shapiro of Wilmette, Christie Osmond of Winnetka, Chris Weitman of Wilmette, Vikki Creeden of Wilmette, Katrina Rice of Kenilworth, Amy Cassell of Chicago, Pam Phillips of Winnetka, Noelle Medenwaldt of Cicago, Becki Etzler and Mona Sweeney both of Winnetka, and Kathie Ciolla of Wilmette
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21 Dec 2006
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JPA creates a tradition