By Kelci Nicodemus
MULTIMEDIA JOURNALIST, High River Times
The Ladies Evening to Pamper fundraiser in support of the Narrow Road Home women’s transitional home located in High River was held on Feb. 27.
The event, which was hosted by Jezibel’s Studio Boutique, featured several pampering stations, such as makeup and massage as well as a silent auction. The evening raised $2,000 for Narrow Road Home.
Becky Webster, owner of Jezibel’s Studio Boutique, said the idea of supporting the local organization came about through word-of-mouth.“It just sounded like a fantastic new organization in High River,” she said. “There’s a huge need for it. They take in women suffering from addiction and depression.” – Becky Webster
Webster said she enjoys helping charities and organizations in the community. Previously, Webster held a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity in November 2014.