Heart of Stark: Wine, Women & Shoes fundraiser raises in excess of $250,000 Jun 5, 2017 at 12:01 AM Jun 5, 2017 at 11:00 AM In partnership with The Canton Repository, every week Stark Community Foundation highlights positive happenings in our community. This week, we say, "Here's to a Good News Tuesday!" • Thanks to the support of many generous local residents and businesses in Stark County, Mercy Service League raised over $250,000 for women's cancer services at Mercy Medical Center during its inaugural Wine, Women & Shoes fundraiser! • We're looking forward to the new partnership between Stark State College and Stark Development Board that will ensure current and future companies have the educational and workforce training they need to be competitive. • Excited to see the development of an inflatable splash waterpark at Caddie Shack in Alliance, providing our community with another outdoor activity to enjoy this summer. • It's encouraging to see Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank expanding its senior box program to serve more residents in our communities. In an effort to improve senior citizens' nutrition, boxes of nutritious food will be provided to low-income residents. Stark Community Foundation is the community's trusted partner in giving to over 700 individuals, families, businesses and nonprofits that have created charitable funds to impact the lives of others through the most effective philanthropy possible. The Foundation and its family of donors have granted more than $145 million to nonprofits since 1963. Learn more at www.starkcf.org.
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Whether you have a calendar loaded with business trips or just an extended summer vacation planned, a comfortable pair of shoes is a must to ease your travels — and flip-flops sometimes just don't cut it. We tapped road warriors, trade show managers, and event planners who regularly face the prospect of looking professional and avoiding aching feet for try what he says the brands and styles of footwear they like most. They spilled their secrets, along with the shoes that they wear (and sometimes even reorder in bulk). "I have a pair of Eccos that are well-padded and look nice for work, presenting, walking, etc.," says Joan Eisenstodt, a consultant, facilitator and trainer for the meetings and hotel industry (translation: she's on the road a lot). "Though a little sporty if seen from the back, they look almost like wing-tips from the front and I'd be comfortable wearing for all but the most dressy event," she says. "I had two pair. I should've bought more." We tracked down the updated version of Eisenstodt's praiseworthy shoe: The rubber-soled "Bluma" ballerina flat ($100) comes in black and a neutral grayish-gold metallic. It's not just Eisenstodt who is a fan of the ballet flat, which has become the go-to style for women who alternate between flying and lots of walking. "I live in ballet flats," says trade show exhibit project manager Candy Adams. "As a female, you can wear them with a suit and they don’t look out of place. I’m totally into ballet flats — and Easy Spirits is the brand I look for." "Avery" ballet flats ($79) with a slight wedge are one of Easy Spirits' top-selling dressy shoes, and these on-trend lace-up black "Ginada2" ballet flats ($35) are a top pick among Amazon reviewers.
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