NOVEMBER | DECEMBER 2018 77 goodTIMES DALLAS WOMEN’S FOUNDATION PATRON PARTY Dallas Women’s Foundation’s patron party was a celebra- tion of sponsors who have contributed to the 33rd Annual Luncheon. The luncheon, presented by Toyota, is set for November 7 at the Hilton Anatole Hotel, and will feature Academy Award nominated director and producer Ava DuVernay in a dialogue with noted journalist Michele Norris.   Jennifer Owens, Janie McGarr Caren K. Lock, A. Shonn Brown, Jane Hurst APRICOT LANE GRAND OPENING BENEFITING CHILDREN’S MEDICAL CENTER PLANO Apricot Lane, a locally-owned women’s boutique special- izing in fast-fashion with a European flair, opened in Oc- tober atThe Shops of Legacy.  During the grand opening, apercentageofproceedsbenefitedtheWomen’sAuxiliary to Children’s Medical Center Plano, which seeks to make life better for children in the hospital. Inga Koponen, Kati Järvelä and Anne Metso NATIONAL CHARITY LEAGUE GOLDEN CORRIDOR SENIOR STYLE SHOW The 2019 NCL senior class were treated to a day of fashion to celebrate the culmination of 6 years of community service and leadership with NCL Golden Corridor, a chapter of the charitable non-profit organization that has mother and daughter members. Fashions were provided byWhatchamacallit, Ella Bleu and Altar’d State. Event chairs were Justine Sweeney and Gail Hasson. Cortney Strickler and Apricot Lane owner Pinja Bowman NCL Golden Corridor seniors (Front Row L to R): Abby Lowey, Hannah Braddy, Rachel Chotiner, Kaitlyn Murphy, Hannah Morrow, Mikayla Gothard, Brooke Frank, Kelsey Moebius andVeronicaTait; (Back Row L to R): KateWanek, Emily Ballentine, Nicole Moore, Caroline Zagielski, Lindsey Pidgeon, ErinWanek, Natalie Hoffman, Merritt Mundorff, Olivia Thomas and Marissa Chotiner Lindsey Pidgeon andVeronicaTait