The King’s Academy’s fourth annual Boutique & Trunk Show held Oct. 2 raised more than $20,000 to benefit the school.
More than 50 vendors transformed the M. Nelson Loveland Sports & Fine Arts Center into an extraordinary shopping experience for 600 guests who shopped the specialty and unique merchandise.
Many guests took advantage of the shopping experience to get a jump start on their Christmas shopping. TKA parents were joined by friends, students, alumni, faculty, staff, grandparents and community members for the highly anticipated, spectacular shopping event.
Pre-registered guests received a reusable Vera Bradley market tote and enjoyed a complimentary breakfast provided by the school.
The highly successful Boutique Bake Shoppe was once again the hit of the day, featuring homemade treats baked by TKA faculty, staff and administrators, as well as talented and creative TKA parents. The scrumptious treats generated more than $2,500.
Special thanks to the Boutique & Trunk Show committee, led by Event Chair Teddy Walker, a TKA parent.
More information about the King’s Academy is available online at www.tka.net.
ABOVE: TKA Boutique & Trunk Show committee members Andrea Titus, Jazz Jules, Susan Gableman and Event Chair Teddy Walker.