Paradise Valley resident hosts holiday party, trunk show for charity

Lyle and Missy Anderson (submitted photo)

Local design aficionado and expert Missy Anderson recently introduced her new design galleries House of Anderson and The Estate Collection with a holiday trunk show and charitable fundraiser, in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale.

Guests mingled and perused the unique home furnishings, art, décor and gift items in the upscale galleries while sipping cocktails and enjoying live acoustic guitar music, according to a press release.

As the evening progressed, Christmas carolers entertained the crowd as they mixed, mingled and shopped for the holidays.

Many prominent local community leaders attended, including Vicki and Vern Vaughn, Chrissy and Mark Donnelly, Patsy Lowery, Roseanne Dunteman, Carol Clemmensen, Deborah Pshebniski, Pat Bondurant, Lynne Love, Shannon and Joel Barthelemy, Eileen and Tony Yeung, Kim Cullum, Betty McRae, and Sherri Quinn, the release stated.

Several companies participated in the event and trunk show, including Galicia Fine Jewelers and Cambria, natural stone surfaces for residential and commercial spaces.

Proceeds from the event benefitted the Trends Charitable Fund, an organization that has donated millions of dollars to charity programs that positively impact women, children and their families – 100 percent of the TCF funds stay right here in the Valley.

Paradise Valley resident, Ms. Anderson, has been involved with the organization for several years and its members, who are selected for their body of charitable work, are known as Trendsetters.

House of Anderson and The Estate Collection are located next door to each other at 3922 N. Scottsdale Road, in Scottsdale.

For more information visit www.HouseofAnderson.net.

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