MIDLAND -- Christopher Radko, one of the most recognized and beloved brands of collectible holiday ornaments, is sending their top designer, Mario Tare', to Miss Cayce's Christmas Store and home of Show Me Decorating for an ornament signing event on Thursday, November 8th from 5 to 8 pm. Tare' will make a personal appearance and be available to sign Christopher Radko handcrafted ornaments and table top dcor, including "Worth the Wait", a limited edition piece created exclusively for 2012 signing events. The Christopher Radko Company has been making fine quality European handmade glass holiday ornaments since 1983. Exquisite workmanship and handcrafted details are the hallmark of all Radko creations. Using time honored techniques dating back more than two centuries, Christopher Radko ornaments rekindle the holiday traditions of yesteryear while keeping the magic of Christmas alive for generations to come.
This event is also the kickoff for a Charity Rumble and Raffle to raffle off a 7.5 ft. Christmas tree decorated by the Show Me Decorating experts and trimmed with beautiful Christopher Radko ornaments for a total value of $5.000, all donated by Miss Cayce's Christmas Store. The proceeds will directly benefit the charities involved in the event. The public is invited.
The eight charity organizations that will be present November 8th from 5 to 8 pm at the lst Annual Miss Cayce's Christopher Radko "Rumble and Raffle" fundraising kickoff event will be:
Midland/Odessa Area AIDS Support, Inc. (MAAS)
Alzheimer's Association, Bynum School (Autism)
American Diabetes Association
Gifts of Hope-Midland & Odessa (Breast Cancer)
Keep Midland Beautiful
Lee High School AFJROTC Booster Club
The Odessa Humane Society.
Each charity will sell the tickets for $10 each and they will keep 100 per cent of the proceeds raised by their organization. The winner of the drawing for the tree raffle will be announced Wednesday, December 5th during the Good Morning West Texas. Miss Cayce's Christmas Store is now celebrating their 28th year of operation. Co-owner of Miss Cayce's, Becky McCraney said," What better way to get into the spirit of Christmas than by giving back to your community's charitable endeavors."
Sisters and co-owners of Miss Cayce's Christmas Store, Kathy Harrison and Becky McCraney, so loved Christmas as children that they never wanted it to end. Inspired by their grandmother, Martha Cayce Baumann, after whom they named their store, they have continued their love of holiday decorating as well as their dreams of spreading the enchantment of the Christmas season, and the meaning behind it, to who ever visits the holiday wonderland that is Miss Cayce's.
Miss Cayce's Christmas Store
3323 Midland Drive